This tag is associated with 6 posts

Opinion: Art and Education






Sarah Lippincott, BFA

K-12 classrooms are often in the center of a debate on trimming the budget through cutting the arts. Should we keep art classes, teachers, and the supplies that tag along with it? Could the funding better serve the students and community through Math, Science, English and other topics of interest?

Continue reading

Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery Call for Art

STOCKTON, CA – Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery annouces a call for artists for its annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) exhibit October 21 through November 7 with the exhbitions theme of Baile de los Muertos (Dancing with the Dead).
Continue reading

Hall of Big Heads

Postcard for Don Hall

Bilingual Weekly

STOCKTON, CA – The Tidewater Art Gallery located in downtown Stockton welcomes Don Hall for a second exhibit titled Big Heads. The exhibit began on Monday, March 7 and ends April 1, 2011featuring a series of enlarged portraits mostly grayscale pastel on paper.
Continue reading

Stolen art only goes with expensive wine

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Two local artists have been deprived of the most recent additions to their canvas collections. Continue reading

High School Art Competition Awards Announced

High School Art Competition Best of Show

Stockton, CA- Tidewater Art Gallery in Downtown Stockton, CA announces their winning High School Art competition recipients which will be on display beginning Tuesday February 1st, 2011 until March 7th, 2011. Continue reading

SJDC: Art by Invitation

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Delta Center for the Arts Horton Gallery is scheduled to present Faculty Connections, an exhibition of artists selected by invitation of the San Joaquin Delta College’s Fine Arts Faculty. Continue reading

%d bloggers like this: