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Sin Amor, No Somos Nada features new and recent paintings by Costa Rican native Edith Castro. Using her geometric, faceted style and a bright color palette, Castro's works in this show will be sure to grab your attention and remind you of the power of love.
Image: Edith Castro, El Abrazo, oil on canvas, 2019Find out more
When faced with a moral dilemma, do people act out of their core values or do they act uncharacteristically? In Out of Character, Jerome Fleming and Andre McCline question the moral character of the human race and how we respond to everyday situations.
Image: (left) Jerome Fleming, Gula : gluttony, Acrylic on canvas, 2020; (right) Andre McCline, Battleground, Acrylic paint, oil marker and 3D fabric paint, 2017Find out more
Stop by the terrace at the Chandler Center for the Arts for some outside, masked up, community chalk coloring! Gallery at CCA artist Edith Castro has created a 10’ x 20’ chalk outline in her geometric style on the terrace, and we are looking for Chandlerites of all ages to come and help color in the lines.Find out more
Take a break from your computer screen and enjoy the cooler temps with a lunch break field tip to Downtown Chandler! Join us for a walk with staff from Chandler’s Visual Arts Team while they share the stories behind our vibrant mural scene. This tour will occur on January 13, February 10, and March 10.Find out more
For this exhibition, Vision Gallery will be peeling back the various layers of the Phoenix valley’s history to examine topics relating to preservation, land ownership, and coexistence. Sediments: Layers of the Phoenix Valley features the work of Ashley Czajkowski, Matthew Garcia, Ann Morton, and Steven Yazzie.
Image: Ashley Czajkowski, Memorandum (Goldfinch III), Lumen print created with found bird, hand-coated photo emulsion on fabric and embroidery, 2016Find out more
For millennia, humans have tried to replicate nature through scientific and artistic means. "Approaching the Natural" quietly expresses the diverse beauty that lies in nature from the hard curved edges in Meyer’s sculptures to the free flowing lines in Ollinger’s work.
Image: Aimee Ollinger (left), Mary Meyer (right)Find out more
Take a break from your computer screen and enjoy the cooler temps with a lunch break field tip to Downtown Chandler! Join us for a walk with staff from Chandler’s Visual Arts Team while they share the stories behind our vibrant mural scene. This tour will occur on January 13, February 10 and March 10.Find out more
For this exhibition, Melissa Sclafani and Ellie Richards examine what it means to play, and who has the ability to do so. This lighthearted exhibition with serious themes will inspire you to reconsider an element of our lives that we take for granted. Lace up those sneakers and get ready to play!Find out more
Chandler Unified School District’s most gifted artists put their work on display for the community to experience in this annual showcase. The burgeoning artists from Basha, Hamilton, Perry, Erie, Casteel and Chandler high schools display their talents and viewpoints through paintings, drawings, sculptures, jewelry, and photographs. With over 100 works on display, there is always something for everyone in this exhibition.Find out more