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  • Judy Gittelsohn: From New Wave to the Next Wave of Paintings

    Judy Gittelsohn: From New Wave to the Next Wave of Paintings

    Gittelsohn has been painting in the Bay Area for over 30 years. She exhibits widely and her work is collected around the world in both private and corporate collections. Anne Loucks Gallery, Glencoe, Illinois, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists’ Gallery and Art Dimensions, Los Angeles represent her artwork.  Spring of 2007 Judy opened Art For Well Beings – www.artforwellbeings.org – an art center in Palo Alto to serve all people interested in the transformative power of art.  […]

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  • Madness and Mindfullness: Filmmaker/Activist Ken Paul Rosenthal

    Madness and Mindfullness: Filmmaker/Activist Ken Paul Rosenthal

    Film Screening: Wednesday, October 9, 2013,  7pm :Madness and Mindfulness: Four Films by Ken Paul Rosenthal  Ken Paul Rosenthal In Person presented in association with the The Exploratorium’s Cinema Arts Program and the West Gallery’s exhibit The Changing Face of Normal The recent films of filmmaker/activist Ken Paul Rosenthal are beautiful and provocative works of conscious cinema that re-envision the way we think and speak about our individual and collective mental health in today’s chaotic world. These transformative films weave […]

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  • Anusha Neelem:  Quality of Life

    Anusha Neelem: Quality of Life

    Anusha Neelam, just graduated with a BA in Business from Oregon State University. I sat next to her July 22, 2013 on a plane and asked her destination. She was headed to South Korea with 45 students from around the world to gather for a conference about  “Quality of Life”. When she returns from her trip we will have a studio interview via skype. Anusha will share her experience and the ideas that these students generate. Her trip is sponsored […]

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