We Are Here
January 19, 2024 – April 7, 2024
A + D Museum

Imagining Space in the 21st Century – Driven by our access to vast amounts of data, advancements in scanning technologies, and an intensified sense of global interconnectedness, these practices are crafting new forms of visual expression. They challenge and broaden our conventional understanding of place, while transforming complex data into compelling visual narratives. The works featured in this exhibition are at the heart of this shift, capturing and communicating the intricate tapestry of contemporary life through a reinvented visual media.

Inglewood Open Studios
November 11 - November 12, 2023
Beacon Arts Buiolding

Artists from the Beacon Arts Building will host Open Studios featuring new artworks during the 2023 Inglewood Open Studios Art Walk.

Channel Islands Research Symposium
November 6 - November 10, 2023
Ventura, CA

A selected group of artists and scientists from the Supercollider and California State University of Channel Islands will present new creative research and art projects from this year’s SciArt Research Trip to Santa Rosa Island Field Station. Works will also be displayed in a curated exhibition at 643 Project Space in Ventura, CA for the month of November.

2023 San Diego Climate Summit
September 20, 2023
San Diego Museum of Natural History

Presented by the Climate Science Alliance, the 2023 San Diego Climate Summit will uplift and celebrate our shared stories of transformational climate adaptation. These stories share not only how we can adapt to a changing climate, but how we might transform our natural and human communities for the better.

San Diego Comic-Con International
July 20, 2023
San Diego Convention Center

Panelists present on “Creators in Space: Expressing our Humanity in an Alien Environment” featuring Aurelia Institute co-founder Sana Sharma, space artist Richelle Ellis, Tere Riley (director, marketing and communications, Redwire Space), and Patrick O’Neill of the International Space Station’s National Lab join moderator Susan Karlin (Fast Company) to investigate how art and 3D-printed sculpture are created in zero gravity hundreds of miles overhead, ways the new space economy uses it to educate and inspire, and how Earth-bound artists can get their creations into orbit and beyond.

July 22 - September 15, 2023
Brea Gallery

As a cross-section of world-making strategies, No Song Unsung showcases the hybrid practices of a community of artists imagining alternative systems to the present. Within these constellated works, the stakes, methods, and possibilities of worlding are explored under the framework of Donna Haraway’s concept of “sympoesis”, or “making-with”. Sympoesis is an ongoing process of cultivating relationships where the human and more-than-human merge; it is an eternal practice of becoming-with an eternal song.

Reflections on a Warming Planet
March 4 - April 9, 2023
LA Artcore, Union Center for the Arts

This dynamic multifaceted exhibition examines the environmental issues we are currently facing, as well as celebrating the natural world.

November 15 - January 31, 2023
Ladie's Room

GARDEN is an amorphous vessel that we plan to fill with all media and approaches to work. If you’re getting this message, I believe your work will fit! Please note, we are also very happy to interface with your gallery, if there is anyone that should be included on this email thread, please feel free to send me their info and I’ll include them in future correspondence regarding your work.

Reflections on our Warming Planet
July 16, 2022 — September 10, 2022
Lois Lambert Gallery

Artists, scientists, filmmakers, and community activists come together to both celebrate the natural world and call attention to the climate crisis. This exhibition includes painting, drawing, sculpture and photography, as well as short films and interviews.

Digital Awareness for Sustainable Futures
June 10 - June 18th, 2022
ISEA2022 Barcelona and New European Bauhaus Festival

“Digital Awareness for Sustainable Futures with Leonardo” explores the Possibles of global futures that Reimagine Everything to invite a vibrant, just, regenerative world with VR, AR, video, web and immersive experience selected from the Leosphere. Organized by Diana Ayton-Shenker. 

Analog Astronaut Conference
May 6 - May 8
Biosphere 2

The Analog Astronaut community was created by Dr Sian Proctor and Jas Purewal to gather together studies, experiences and data.

Moon Gallery
February 19, 2022 - January 2023
International Space Station

The Moon Gallery is an international, collaborative art installation housing the seeds of a future, shared interplanetary culture. In collaboration with Nanoracks , powered by Voyager Space , the test payload of 64 artifacts, each no bigger than one cubic centimeter, is targeting launch aboard the NG-17 Cygnus resupply mission on February 19, 2022. The gallery is represented by artists from Asia, Europe, North America, South America, and Africa.