May. 12, 2012
10 am - 4pm
In the SoFA arts district, downtown San Jose between Reed and William Streets
Free Admission & Free Parking:
Notre Dame High School 156 S. 2nd St., 1 block east of ArtHouse, and
City parking lot underneath Hwy 280 one block south of the ICA
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Come to ArtHouse! An art and art-making block party. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR 2013 ARTHOUSE EVENT INFORMATION. THANK YOU!
Please join us at ArtHouse, a day-long festival of exhibitions, art making, demos, performances and more! Participating ArtHouse venues include: Higher Fire ClaySpace and Gallery, MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana, San Jose ICA, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, and The Stage Theatre (in collaboration with the Notre Dame high School Improv Comedy Players).
Complete Event Details Here.
ArtHouse programs at the ICA include:
The Print Fair
An open portfolio sale featuring works on paper by these Bay Area artists: Ryan Bush, Karen Ehlers, Eva Gavrielov, Spencer Hale, Bridget Henry, Gloria Huet, Katherine Levin-Lau, Monika Meler, Barbara Milman, Andy Mounio, Colleen Sullivan, and Karen von Felten
View works by Print Fair artists
10am - 4pm. Make art in the ICA Print Center. $20 for a 20-minute printmaking workshop. All materials provided. Take your art home! No advanced sign-up required - just show up and start printing!
Make a Movie!
From 2-4pm, exhibiting artist, Vanessa Woods will lead a group filmmaking workshop. Draw, stamp, scratch and physically manipulate 16mm clear and opaque film stock to create a collaborative cameraless film. The completed film will be screened in the gallery at 4pm.
Exhibition Tours with ICA curators - morning and afternoon tours.
If making, viewing and buying art isn't enough, go with your gut and come for the food! PSRT's Louisiana Territory, Fairycakes, Bill's HotDogs, Psycho Donuts, Coffee, Tropical Fruit and Ice Cream Trucks too!
Check out these ArtHouse partner websites for detailed program and event info:
Higher Fire ClaySpace and Gallery, MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana, San Jose ICA, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, and The Stage Theatre (in collaboration with the Notre Dame high School Improv Comedy Players).