Artist Spotlight: Jeannie Ichimura, San Francisco State University

The Bay Area MFA Show is open through Friday, June 15! This exhibition showcases work from the five principal MFA programs in the Bay Area. On the blog, we’re highlighting the participating artists. Jeannie Ichimura, a recent graduate from San Francisco State University, is our third featured artist. “My work considers how the American female… Read More Artist Spotlight: Jeannie Ichimura, San Francisco State University

Artist Spotlight: Kai Chen, San Francisco Art Institute

The Bay Area MFA Show is open through June 15! This exhibition showcases work from the five principal MFA programs in the Bay Area. On the blog, we’re highlighting the participating artists. Kai Chen, a recent graduate from SFAI, is our second featured artist. “In the vastness of color, solitude seems to soften. Repression, trauma, terror, a violent and… Read More Artist Spotlight: Kai Chen, San Francisco Art Institute

Artist Spotlight: Sarah-Dawn Albani, University of California, Berkeley

The Bay Area MFA Show is open through June 15! This exhibition showcases work from the five principal MFA programs in the Bay Area. On the blog, we’re highlighting the participating artists. Sarah-Dawn Albani, a recent graduate from UC Berkeley, is our first Artist Spotlight – stay tuned for more!  ” I am a storyteller.… Read More Artist Spotlight: Sarah-Dawn Albani, University of California, Berkeley

Rev. Dr. Nancy Hall’s New Manual of Worship, a 21st century update of a much-loved classic

Fifty years after the first edition of  A Manual of Worship was published, Rev. Dr. Nancy E. Hall has written a modernized version of the book while remaining true to its traditional history and values. As well as being the Associate Professor of Ministry and Congregational Music and Director of Contextual Education at the American… Read More Rev. Dr. Nancy Hall’s New Manual of Worship, a 21st century update of a much-loved classic

Where are they now? Updates from Nicholas Coley, The Hermitage of Landscape (2016)

“Where are they now?” is a new series, following the recent work of artists who have been displayed in the Doug Adams Gallery over the years. This is the fifth post in the series. New posts are published every Friday morning! The first exhibition displayed in CARe’s new gallery space on LeConte Avenue, Nick Coley’s The… Read More Where are they now? Updates from Nicholas Coley, The Hermitage of Landscape (2016)

Where are they now? Updates from Paul Roorda, Icons & Artifacts (2014)

“Where are they now?” is a new series, following the recent work of artists who have been displayed in the Doug Adams Gallery over the years. This is the forth post in the series. New posts are published every Friday morning! Paul Roorda was the first artist with whom the CARe Director Elizabeth Peña worked, after recently… Read More Where are they now? Updates from Paul Roorda, Icons & Artifacts (2014)

Where are they now? Updates from Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang, Finding Meaning in the Mess (2015)

“Where are they now?” is a new series, following the recent work of artists who have been displayed in the Doug Adams Gallery over the years. This is the third post in the series. New posts are published every Friday morning! Since 1999, Richard and Judith Lang have focused their attention on just 1000 yards of… Read More Where are they now? Updates from Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang, Finding Meaning in the Mess (2015)

Where are they now? Updates from Anne Tait, The Erosion of Memory (2015)

“Where are they now?” is a new series, following the recent work of artists who have been displayed in the Doug Adams Gallery over the years. This is the second post in the series. New posts are published every Friday morning!   “Erosion of Memory: Works by Anne Tait” was an exhibition of twenty-six pieces of… Read More Where are they now? Updates from Anne Tait, The Erosion of Memory (2015)

Where are they now? Updates from Marianne Lettieri, Mining the Collection: Evidence of Life (2014)

“Where are they now?” is a new series, following the recent work of artists who have been displayed in the Doug Adams Gallery over the years. This is the first in the series – stay tuned for more! The “Mining the Collection” series was an joint initiative between CARe’s Doug Adams Gallery and the Badè… Read More Where are they now? Updates from Marianne Lettieri, Mining the Collection: Evidence of Life (2014)