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The End of the Acuna Art Gallery and Cultural Center (Café on A) of Oxnard

The End of the Acuna Art Gallery and Cultural Center (Café on A) of Oxnard

  . Armando Vaquez Oxnard are we passing up an important and unique opportunity to become the ethnically and culturally congruent art/culture leaders we should and can be? If so, Why? In the past two years we have lost important cultural institutions like the Carnegie Museum, the Children’s Museum, The Acuna Art Gallery/Cafe on A, […]

Identity Politics and The Arts

Identity Politics and The Arts

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Years ago, fifty-five to be to precise, my husband took me, his newly arrived German bride, to the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. At that time, I was only 5 years removed from Communist, Berlin, Germany and totally unsophisticated in the teachings and wonders of modern art. At that point, I […]

California Welcome Center, Oxnard Features Artist, Susan Ochoa

California Welcome Center, Oxnard Features Artist, Susan Ochoa

The California Welcome Center (CWC) in Oxnard, located at 2786 Seaglass Way is currently featuring Artist, Susan Weigt Ochoa, now through the end of February.  Local residents and visitors alike are invited to see her work on display at the CWC.  Ochoa is known for creating art out of shells, crafting shell treasure boxes in […]

California Welcome Center in Oxnard Features New Artist, Patty Faux, starting January 27

California Welcome Center in Oxnard Features New Artist, Patty Faux, starting January 27

The California Welcome Center (CWC) located at the Collection Shopping Center in Oxnard is featuring local artist, Patty Faux now through February 1, 2017. Her work is currently on display at the CWC and a “Meet the Artist’ welcome reception for Faux will take place on Friday, January 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. The […]

Trust for Public Land seeking qualified artist to do mosaic for Ventura’s Kellogg Park

Trust for Public Land seeking qualified artist to do mosaic for Ventura’s Kellogg Park

The Trust for Public Land, a national, nonprofit land conservation and park development organization, is seeking to commission an artist for public art mosaic design and fabrication for Kellogg Park in the city of Ventura. The site of the future Kellogg Park is a 2.41-acre vacant lot on Kellogg Street and Ventura Avenue. The selected […]