Upcoming and Recent

Speculative Retrievals: Krista Franklin, Julia Goodman, and Sahar Khoury
Salina Art Center
May 1 - July 28, 2019
An expanded sense of time and history in which past narratives collide with future possibilities is central to the work of Chicago-based poet and visual artist Krista Franklin and Bay Area artists Julia Goodman and Sahar Khoury. By reconstituting and transforming materials and the histories and stories embedded within, these artists offer a framework for navigating the present.


Creativity Explored's Art Changes Lives 2019
City View at Metreon
April 5, 2019


Southern Exposure's Annual Auction
Minnesota Street Project
March 23, 2019

The Now in Then
Featuring work by: Renee Gertler, Julia Goodman, Nicki Green, Leah Rosenberg, Miriam Schaer & Imin Yeh
Cal State East Bay University Gallery
January 29 - February 21, 2019
This exhibition brings together the work of six contemporary artists whose work has been influenced by the rituals and narratives of Judaism. Adaptive and responsive to the times, these artists employ studio strategies and material explorations that build on Jewish heritage. Through reinterpretations of the mourners kaddish and lunar calendar to a playful reconstruction of a mahjong set, the artists continue to examine notions of Jewish spirituality and customs, as well as explorations into cross-cultural exchange.