New Exhibits Open at Tarble Arts Center Nov 16, 2017 The Tarble Arts Center at Eastern Illinois University announces its exhibit openings on Nov. 18: Jiha Moon: “Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here,” “Living Room” and “In All Around I See.” Featured in the main gallery, Jiha Moon: “Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here” is […]

Paint on its own terms. Cornelia Schulz is a venerated abstract artist who taught at UC Davis for three decades, but you wouldn’t know her age from looking at her recent paintings. Sarcastically gloppy and garishly colorful, they are all brag and bluster — grand gesture, stunted by canvases less than a foot square. They […]

MADE AWARE  Ramekon O’Arwisters Crochet Jam: Making Space for Change by Leora Lutz A few years ago, Ramekon O’Arwisters walked away from a civic museum art administration job to devote himself fulltime to engaging with the public in meaningful ways through public art making. He asked himself during this time of reassessment, “How can I […]

With the Wind 2011–13 52″H x 86″W x 9″D Crochet Jam invites participants to communally crochet Spirit Tapestries from shredded rags, harkening back to traditional craft practices of reusing and transforming textiles. In these free, public events, artist RAMEKON O’ARWISTERS offers a public space for nourishing a sense of belonging and connection between strangers, as well […]

Our hearts and thoughts are with everyone affected as fires continue to burn in Northern California. Northern California is not unique to the devastation of recent natural disasters, we support the resilience of Puerto Rico and all those impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria. The generosity of those who are giving their time and […]

PSG is crossing the Bay Bridge to San Francisco, 315 Potrero Avenue to be exact.  San Francisco was home to PSG for 18 years, at 49 Geary Street for 10 years, then 77 Geary Street for the remainder. We’re moving back to San Francisco, into the former George Lawson Gallery, an exhibition space with clean lines, breathtaking […]

A conversation with Hudgens Prize finalist Jiha Moon Anna Nelson-Daniel, images by Jamie Hopper. Aug 7, 2017   “My work often deals with people’s common misunderstanding of racial misconception and cultural appropriation,” says artist Jiha Moon. Her multimedia compositions encompass iconography referencing popular culture in contrast to age-old tradition. Evoking her own Korean ancestry through […]