EXHIBITIONS: Trayecto Anómalo and The Art of Athletes
By Dateline staff
NEW AT TANA
Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanacer, or Art Workshop of the New Dawn, a community program of the Department of Chicana/o Studies, announced a new exhibition: Trayecto Anómalo (Anomalous Path), comprising the works of Chilean artists Danilo Espinoza Guerra, Ricardo Fuentealba- Fabio and Iván Zambrano Downing, all of them professors at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
The exhibition is set to open with a reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 30). The program that night will feature an introduction and poetry by Francisco X. Alarcón, a lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanacer, or TANA, is at 1224 Lemen St., Woodland.
- Flat Fusion Five, through Feb. 7, Craft Center Gallery
- Receiver, through March 14, C.N. Gorman Museum (artist talk and reception, Feb. 20)
- The Verve of Quilted Textiles: African American Quilts from the Sandra McPherson Collection, through March 14, Design Museum
The Aggies’ intercollegiate athletics schedule is jam-packed with competitions, Friday through Monday (Jan. 31-Feb. 1): gymnastics and track, basketball and tennis, water polo and lacrosse … and an art show?
That’s right. The Art of Athletes, now in its fifth year, will feature the works of nearly two dozen students — only some of whom are art majors.
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