Arts Updates for Antelope Valley

Art Shows in the Antelope Valley: The Antelope Valley, in the lower Mojave region of southern California, currently offers several arts events with more opening soon.

The gallery shows listed here are open to the public. Please check websites for information on hours of operation, or, in the case of Sagebrush Cafe Coffee & Art House, hours of “caffeination”.

Antelope Valley Arts Events: Early Autumn 2010 Neighborhood: Antelope Valley
Lancaster, CA 93536
United States of America

 

The desert community of towns and cities is home to an art museum, several galleries, and a small number of black box theatre groups. New shows are popping up all the time.

Here is an overview of three events ongoing and upcoming in the Antelope Valley.

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Recent, Upcoming and Ongoing Gallery and Museum Exhibits and Theatre Performances in the Antelope Valley:
Gallery:

Monkeys, Monsters & Mermaids – The Art of Narrative

Works by Nicelle Davis

Sagebrush Café Coffee & Art House (Quartz Hill – 50th St. W & Ave. L-14)

August-October, 2010

Sagebrush Café’s gallery will be putting on several new faces, in a show by Nicelle Davis. Working with various media including clay & clay tablets, Victorian paper cutting and poetry, Davis presents a varied and animate perspective on the interior worlds we all possess, and which sometimes possess us.

The works combine the written word with crafted images of persons, animals, and myth.

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From the Cloud Lab
Works by Melinda Smith Altshuler
Antelope Valley College Gallery

Exhibition Dates: August 23 – September 17, 2010

Describing the show, the AVC website has this to say: “The Antelope Valley College Art Gallery is proud to open its 2010 Fall season with FROM THE CLOUD LAB, an installation of sculpture and painting by Melinda Smith Altshuler. Altshuler’s glowing cloud forms are suspended from the ceiling, transforming the gallery space into an aerial chamber.

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