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)

Asian Art Museum Reflection by Brent Beavers

By Brent Beavers (Common MA – GTU, Chaplaincy – Institute of Buddhist Studies) I went to the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco with my classmates from Buddhism and the West (Institute of Buddhist Studies, Graduate Theological Union) to watch a special exhibition in commemoration of the Japanese internment during WWII and to see the comprehensive… Read More Asian Art Museum Reflection by Brent Beavers

Mining the Collection: “Site/Structure”, works by David Sleeth

About the Exhibition: David Sleeth’s Site/Structure opens with an unframed collage depicting stonewalls surrounding Tell en-Nasbeh, a site northwest of Jerusalem that was excavated by William Frederic Badè between 1926 and 1935. With a focus on experimental archeology and an interest in sculptural work, David Sleeth uses lithics (tools), iron implements, ceramics and other small artifacts,… Read More Mining the Collection: “Site/Structure”, works by David Sleeth