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MarinMOCA is showcasing the work of its artist members in an annual group exhibition entitled "What Is Art For?" This year's event honors the spirit of Marin's legendary artist William T. Wiley (1937-2021) by celebrating this belief in the democratization of the exhibition space.
Making a full-time living as a musician has always been difficult. The shrinking availability of performance spaces makes it even more challenging in Marin’s post-COVID economy.
As part of the recent Italian mosaic exhibition, MarinMOCA welcomed back a mosaic portrait expert, curator Guglielmo Zanette. He shared with us some information about how to view the works.
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.
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.
In the ongoing process to establish safe and viable ways for the art form to return, it has felt at times like live music had befallen a premature demise. However, in lieu of a vaccine, there’s always the tremendous power of resiliency to remember as well.