Upcoming Exhibitions

The Fine Arts Exhibition Program presents contemporary and cultural art exhibitions that showcase local and regional artists. Exhibitions are designed to expand community awareness, understanding and sensitivity to art, and provide leisurely viewing enjoyment.

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All Media 2024

The Irvine Fine Arts Center is pleased to announce the opening of All Media 2024, the Center’s flagship annual group exhibition. The exhibit, juried by Patrick Geske, Katie Hector, and Paul Loya, features 68 local and regional artists whose artworks span sculpture, photography, painting, ceramics, drawing, collage, works on fiber, and more. The exhibition will be on view July 6–September 28 with a free opening reception scheduled for Saturday, July 6, 2–4 p.m.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of All Media as a juried exhibition whose storied roster of artists include past, current, and future tastemakers in the local art community. Each iteration of the exhibit reflects the spirit of its time through the diverse practices of featured artists.

Exhibiting artists: Sandy Abrams, Silvia Alvarez-Ritterling, Afkham Amiry, Susan Amorde, May Attar, Steffani Bailey, Annabel Binandeh, Amy Broderick, Jennifer Michaela Byrne, Lance Carlson, Molly Champlin, Young Choe, John Clark, Luisa Cohrs, Courtney Colgan, James Cooper, George Cortez, Emmanuel Crespo, Steve Cukrov, Judit Dan, Barbara Danzi, Sheila Daube, Cheryl Del Toro, Mika Denny, James Dietze, Robert Dunevant, Derrick Edwards, Jose Flores Nava, Carole Gelker, Diana Ghoukassian, Brittany Gilmore, Julie Green, Laura Green, Bonnie Gutierrez, Yhoshua Gutierrez, Allyn Hawthorne, Lynette K Henderson, Barbara Hendricks, Abe Hernandez, Timothy Hower, Jae Hwang, Uma Rani Iyli, Naomi Kadinoff, Justina N. Kim, Joshua Klur, Nadim Kurani, Yuri Kuznetsov, Kiara Aileen Machado, Debra Manville, Skip Mueller, Sho Peng, MJ Rado, Guan Rong, Carolyn Saylor, Abhijna Shetty, Margaret-Anne Smith, Angie talker, Hedy Torres, Hailee Tran, Ramon Vargas, Linh Vo, Brent Walker, Michael Ward, Glen Wilbert, Kiki Zhen, and Mohamed Zoweil.

About the jurors: Katie Hector is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Patrick Geske is a designer & director of Modest Common, an art and architecture gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. Paul Loya is Deputy Director of Exhibitions and Collections of the Long Beach Museum of Art.

The opening reception, exhibitions, and parking are free. 



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