SCVNews.com | The city presents new art exhibitions to explore this winter
The arts abound in every part of the city! The City of Santa Clarita Arts Division invites people of all ages to explore the latest art exhibits in our community. Each exhibit is free and open to the public for enjoyment throughout the fall and winter seasons.
New art exhibitions include:
– “Pulp idols” by Sya Warfield at Canyon Country Community Center (Open now until December 16, 2021)
– “Tradition in contemporary art” by Chiho Harazaki at Town Center Art Space (Open now until December 28, 2021)
– “Holiday traditions from around the world” Group exhibit at the Newhall Community Center (Open now until January 7, 2022)
– “New eyes – abridged” by Sarah Louise Wilson at Canyon Country Library Jo Anne Darcy (Open now until January 19, 2022)
Sya Warfield’s Pulp Idols presents a series of nine mixed media works on wood, including portraits of such figures as Frida Kahlo and Andy Warhol. In Chiho Harazaki’s solo exhibition, audiences will see her pine and crane design created using duct tape. The Newhall Community Center Holiday Group Exhibit features performances from Las Posadas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, Ramadan and more, allowing for an immersion in different cultures. Finally, “New Eyes – Abridged” consists of seven vibrant self-expression paintings by Sarah Louise Wilson.
Learn more about each featured art exhibition and upcoming art opportunities by visiting SantaClaritaArts.com or by contacting Sydney Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org.