Category Archives: SCA Member Showing

SCA Member Meeting

Hi all!

Hope you had a great summer and made it through all our heat this year!

We will have our meeting at the Irvine Fine Arts Center next Saturday, Sept 15 at 2 pm. In case you haven’t made it before, there is a seating area through the gallery and facing the park. Be sure to allow extra time because the Irvine All Media Show is going on.
IFAC is open till 5 pm.

Our agenda will include talking about our website. Randall Holbrook has been working on it and would like to show it to you. Hopefully, wifi will be working so that he can actually show us how to move through it. Bring your phones and tablets just in case.

If you want to add something to the agenda just email Janet or me. Also, bring artwork to share.

Hope to see you there.

Sharon Phipps Kump

Liberation/Incarceration

Jim Dahl is in a group show at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center.


Liberation/Incarceration
September 6 – October 14

Accounting for over twenty percent of prisoners in the world, the United States has the highest rate of incarceration per capita than any other nation. This group exhibition will explore artistic themes of personal and societal oppression and liberation, photography documenting the sometimes cathartic stories and experiences of people in prison arts programs, as well as artwork by prisoners themselves.

Opening Reception:
Thursday, September 6, 6:30 p.m.
Free admission, donations welcomed.

Gallery Tour
with photographer Peter Merts
Thursday, October 4, 7:30 p.m.
Free admission, donations welcomed.

Muckenthaler Cultural Center
1201 West Malvern Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92833
www.themuck.org

SCA Artists at the Sunset Beach Art Festival


“Forest Warning #3 Study”, 18″ x 18″, Acrylic on canvas, Thom Wright, 2018

SCA members Ron Howlett and Thom Wright’s paintings have been accepted for show at the Art Gallery of the Sunset Beach Art Festival. The Art Festival will be held on Mothers’ Day weekend, May 12 – 13, 10 am to 5 pm, located at the corner of 12th St. and North Pacific in Sunset Beach, next to Pacific Coast Highway. The festival also includes a large number of arts and crafts vendors along the green strip at North Pacific, and it attracts thousands of visitors every year.