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UNDER THE RADAR: TEMPORARY SERVICES
written by Harvey, Doug for Artillery Magazine
(July 2)

A 14-foot-long painting of trash makes an epic argument for ‘The Feminine Sublime’
written by Mizota, Sharon for The Los Angeles Times
(May 28)

The Pasadena Museum: The Feminine Sublime
written by Enholm, Molly for Fabrik Contemporary Art and Design
(April 23)

The Feminine Sublime
Pasadena Museum of California Art
490 E. Union Street, Pasadena, CA
Curated by Constance Mallinson
five-person exhibition
(January 21 – June 3)

Panel discussion at the Museum
with artists Constance Mallinson, Merion Estes, Marie Thibeault, Yvette Gellis, Virginia Katz and art historian Dr. Karen Kleinfelder
Saturday, February 10, 2 PM

The Feminine Sublime at the Pasadena Museum of California Art
written by Heitzman, Lorraine for Art and Cake LA
(February 12)

Pasadena Museum of California Art exhibit offers more boldly immersive feminine perspectives on nature and the environment
written by Bowen, Bliss for Pasadena Weekly
(January 18)

LAND
Irvine Fine Art Center
14321 Yale Avenue, Irvine, CA
Curated by Yevgeniya Mikhailik
(January 21 - March 10)

Closing Reception and Artist Walk- through
Saturday, March 10, 2-4 PM

LAND at Irvine Fine Arts Center
written by Carasso, Roberta for ArtScene
(February 26)

LAND at Irvine Fine Arts Center
written by Senn, Evan for Art and Cake LA
(February 6)

LAND at Irvine Fine Arts Center
written by Barton, Dave for OC Weekly
(January 25)

Breaking Illusions: Artist as Scientist
Claremont Graduate University
150 E 10th Street, Claremont, CA
Curated by Conchi Sanford
(January 16 - February 2)

Breaking Illusions: Artist as Scientist at Claremont Graduate University
written by Johnson, Jackie Bell for Art and Cake LA
(February 9)

Signs of the times: Part Two
written by Landi, Ann for Vasari21
(January 22)

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ArtConversations: Monthly art conversations hosted by Virginia Katz, Eastside International, 602 Moulton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.

The next Art Discussion will be Thursday, April 5, 7 to 9pm with Doug Harvey on “Can the Art World be Reformed or Should We Just Move 5 Miles to the Left and Start From Scratch?" Please come with a list of complaints AND solutions.

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