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Spring Recap: Here are four ways we experienced joy from the arts in Marin and Marin-based artists this spring.
Tucker Nichols' flower-themed art in his "Flowers for Sick People" project, demonstrated in the film "Tell Them We Were Here," is currently included in SFMOMA's current exhibition "Close to Home: Creativity in Crisis" and he will soon sell four flower-themed scarves that he created in partnership with Tessuto Editions.
The good news is that ticket sales for community theater are beginning again, and auditions will follow later. Luckily, the roots of community theater run deep in Marin. As theaters went dark in early 2020, two well-loved theater companies reached significant milestones before the shutdown and are still with us today.
Recently, I had the pleasure of sipping a cup of chai while watching a baby deer lounging under a nearby Redwood Tree in my friend, curator Anne Veh's Mill Valley garden. Our conversation moved from the beauty of the garden to the two limited-edition artist books recently completed in collaboration with Korea-based Sangyon Joo.
The New Media Learning Center has partnered with local artists from Marin's Italian Street Painting Festival to create a courtyard floor mural that celebrates the theme of STREAM —science, technology, reading, art, and math.