Sagi is currently working on three projects: A collaboration with the City of Los Angeles on a solo exhibition by Dror Yisrael Hemed, “Standing Out”, as part of the LGBT Heritage Month, celebrated this summer, June-July 2019; a group exhibition titled “Dreaming of a…” curated by Refael, will also be on view starting July 27th at Charlie James Gallery in Chinatown, Los Angeles; and abroad, Refael is one of the curators of the Jerusalem Biennale, currently working on a group exhibition by members of JAI (Jewish Artists Initiative of Southern California).
Lindsey Ross recently returned from an artist residency with the Budapest Art Factory. She had two solo exhibitions while she was there: April 2 Uncultivated at the Budapest Art Factory (this featured work Ross had made in the US during Telluride Mountain Film and Squire Foundation residencies) and May 15 Gilded by Shadows at the Brody Studios curated by Ophelie Paris (this exhibition featured work Ross made during here two month residency in Budapest).
Gail was recently in London giving a lecture titled Lee Krasner: Making Art, Making Trouble, and Making Do in the 1930s at the Courtauld Institute. She also published multiple books in 2018 including Becoming Judy Chicago: A Biography and Lee Krasner: A Biography. Finally, Gail was part of the Fifth International Silk Road Exhibition, Xi'an, China.
Alma E. Catalán was the recipient of The Squire Foundation Travel Fellowship at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art at Claremont Graduate University where she is earning her graduate degree in arts management. The fellowship made it possible for Alma to participate in an international field study to Cape Town, South Africa.
Goleta Valley Community Center (GVCC) has partnered with the Squire Foundation and the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission to conduct 3 free, half-day family art workshops that they are calling Upcycle Art Days. Major funding is being provided by Farmers and Merchants Trust Company. The project is part of GVCC’s larger vision to increase art and cultural opportunities within the Old Town community.
NEW YORK - A group exhibition comprised of art and design works by Anne Katrine Senstad, Si Jie Loo, Jamie Martinez, and Studio Roosegaarde will be on view starting June 1st, 2019. Society is faced with climate change, pollution, rising sea levels, and massive ecologically driven migration. Many sustainable lifestyle theories advise people to “buy green,” invest in a “clean” car or only eat organic food. But is it wise to rely on consumerism to provide a solution to the very problems it has helped create? In this interdisciplinary exhibition, artists and designers think beyond “eco” art made from recycled materials or projects that simply paint an apocalyptic scene in order to address the urgent and ongoing ecological challenges the planet is faced with. The exhibition will be on view from June 1st to June 11th every day from 11am to 6pm at 191 Henry Street, New York, NY. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 1st from 3pm to 6pm.
Ethan's Burn Cycle: Living with Fire Exhibit opens in Santa Barbara this week. The exhibition is a series of immersive and interactive multimedia exhibits and workshops focused on growing the public’s understanding of wildfire.
The Squire Foundation, in partnership with the Santa Barbara Public Market, is pleased to introduce the Short Edition Short Story Dispenser to the Santa Barbara community.
The dispenser will be available at the Santa Barbara Public Market for an entire year, beginning April 2, 2019.
Corazón del Pueblo, Cultural and Creative Arts Center of the Santa Maria Valley recently celebrated the grand opening at their 124 W. Main St. Suite E. location. Five of Morris B. Squire's sculptures now have a new home in the Corazón del Pueblo garden.