Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
12770 Saratoga Ave.
Saratoga, CA 95070
Local artisans/artists are gathered in one place to showcase and sell their beautiful handmade items.Craft Items: Aprons, Book Signing, Candles, Children’s Clothing, Children’s Books Signed by Authors, Embroidery Towels, Glass Arts, Hair Accessories, Handbags, Jewelry, Knitted Hats & Scarves, Organic Soaps & Lotions, Paintings, Postcards, Purses,Sand Scribbles, Wooden Arts, and many more …
SAN JOSE MADE is an intimate, one-day event comprised of local storeowners, makers, artists, and purveyors of San Jose made and inspired goods. Set inside available buildings, unused lots, and other idle spaces in downtown San Jose, San Jose Made is quirky, creative, and fun. We put bandages on these buildings, set-up some tables, and open the doors.
It’s that time again! FanimeCon is on it’s way. One of the largest anime conventions in Northern California, FanimeCon takes place May 27th-30th at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. Bringing together a variety of events, FanimeCon is open to anyone interested in anime and Japanese culture to immerse themselves together with other fans to enjoy the festivities. Make sure to take a look at all of the events, guests and registration information posted on the website and get prepared for FanimeCon
Corpus Callosum, Little Wings and Paige Starling Sorvillo @ Anno Domini
Anno Domini Gallery
366 So. First Street
San Jose, CA
The first in a series
of music and performance art shows
curated by Corpus Callosum at the Anno Domini Gallery in downtown San Jose. Scheduled to occur every two months, Corpus Callosum invites some of their favorite performers to share the stage in an intimate gallery setting.This months music feature is California/Oregon based songwriter Little Wings whose music has been covered by Feist, The Microphones and Calvin Johnson. The Performance art
feature for the month is Butoh artist and director of Blindsight performance, Paige Starling Sorvillo. With more music by Banty Hen and Corpus Callosum.Doors at 6:30 – space is limited!
7:00 – Banty Hen
7:30 – Paige Starling Sorvillo
8:00 – Corpus Callosum
9:00 – Little Wings
$7 // All ages
Tell your friends!
Sunday March 27, 2011 from 10:00am – 2:00pm
A Work of Heart Studio
2196 Lincoln Ave
San Jose, California 95125 Get Directions
Plan to sell your stuff:
Buy a space to sell your gently used or new stash of art and/or craft supplies.
Plan to find great deals:
Come and shop from tables filled with treasures from other people’s stash.
Sellers: Reserve your space no later than Thursday, March 10, 2011.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 408.266.1005 for more details and to reserve your space for selling.
NEXT JAM: MARCH 10th – 7:00 PM
Jazz and comic books are two uniquely American art-forms (along with the short story and the feature film). The SLG Art Boutiki is joining Jazz and Comics into what we lovingly call The Jazz Warehouse.
The next Jazz Warehouse will be on March 10th at the SLG Art Boutiki and Gallery. Doors open at 7:00 PM.
All ages are welcome, as well as all types of instruments and vocalists. Admission is free, although donations will be accepted and most appreciated to help offset the cost of the house band and sound man.
Hosted by the Art Boutiki Jazz Quartet, our house band consists of:
Dillon Vado – Drums
Fred Paclibon – Bass
Sweeney Schragg – Guitar
Madison Bohrer – Tenor Saxophone
So, come participate or just come listen and help us build our monthly jam into one of the cooler events in downtown San Jose.
If you don’t play an instrument you can still participate by bringing your sketch pad and drawing supplies and drawing the music. Do a piece during the jam and submit it later for possible display during our March First Friday event (hey, this is being held in an art gallery after all). Better yet, submit a jazz or music related piece to us for consideration for use on our monthly flier
Art Ark Gallery 1035 S. 6th St., San Jose, CA 95112
ABOUT THE GALLERY:
Art Ark Gallery is located on the Art Ark Apartments property, a thriving Artisan Village in the heart of the Martha Gardens Arts District. Since October 2006 Art Ark Gallery has been featuring the work of local artists in one-person shows and group exhibitions. Art Ark Gallery’s mission is to provide a space where emerging artists can explore possibilities and engage the public. Selected artists experience the entire process of exhibiting art, from submitting a proposal and signing contracts, to planning exhibition design, installing the art, adjusting lighting, and restoring the gallery to its original state.
Resident Curator, Valerie Raps, continuously reviews and selects proposals with cohesive themes revolving around a medium or addressing a concept. There is no fee for submitting a proposal or exhibiting. Valerie’s role as curator is to assist and support the exhibiting artist with web promotion, exhibition design, art labels and lighting. In addition, the gallery provides the exhibiting artist with 500 announcement cards as well as food and refreshments for the opening reception.
Exhibitions run two weeks in length, with a week to install and a week to uninstall. Opening receptions are held on the first Friday of every month.