All Media 2023 Exhibition Opens July 8 at Irvine Fine Arts Center

Thursday, June 29, 2023

The Irvine Fine Arts Center proudly announces the opening of All Media 2023, an exhibition featuring 67 local and national artists who work in disciplines such as sculpture, photography, painting, ceramics, drawing, collage, metal, works on fiber, and more. The exhibition will be on view July 8–September 30 with a free opening reception scheduled for Saturday, July 8, 2–4 p.m.

A flagship exhibition of the Fine Arts Center, this year’s All Media features contemporary approaches to landscape, portraiture, abstraction, photo-documentation, assemblage, and social commentary by an intergenerational group of artists. Awards will be announced at the opening reception for outstanding artworks selected by guest juror Gabriela Urtiaga.

Exhibiting artists: Sandy Abrams, Michael Aldrich, Rochelle Ambersound, Norman Aragones, Leslie Arnold, Nurit Avesar, Steffani Bailey, Marianna Baker, Michele Benzamin-Miki, Monique Berman Selwitz, Beatta Bosworth, Micki Brown, Alfred Timothy Camacho, Jessica Carrillo, Kari Cassellius, Sergio Cesario, Michael Chesler, Ashoke Chhabra, James Cooper, Jesus Cortez, Jeffrey Davis, Mika Denny, Skeith DeWine, Francis DiFronzo, Pam Douglas, Pennie Fien, Meredith Freeman, Juan Gomez, Elizabeth Gorcey, Yhoshua Gutierrez, Peggy Hinaekian, Katherine Kennedy, Donald Kinda, Nadim Kurani, Sanghoon Lee, Astrid Li, Sonny Lipps, Susan Lizotte, M. Robert Markovich, Shahin Massoudi, Lynne McDaniel, Pablo Mercado, Loren Miller, Nicholas Nicola, Melody Nunez, Jung Yeon Pak, Jennie E. Park, Lori Polak, Manaz Raiszadeh, Jesse Ramirez, Devan Rexinger, Bruce Samia, Laurence Scott, Roxanne Sexauer, Hani Shafran, Laura Shapiro, Angie Stalker, Rich Stewart, Eri Sugimoto, Ken Sugimoto, Joshua Tann, Noriho Uriu, Jacqueline Valenzuela, Jennifer Van, Cheyne Walls, Robin Zavala, Kayleigh Ziehler Martin.

Guest juror Gabriela Urtiaga is an Argentinian art historian and curator. She is the Chief Curator at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach, California. She was formerly curator of the XIV Biennial of Curitiba, Brazil (2019-2020), and the Chief Curator at the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, between 2016 and 2019.


Gallery hours are 10 a.m.–9 p.m. Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday. The opening reception, exhibitions, and parking are free. The Irvine Fine Arts Center is located in Heritage Community Park at 1432 Yale Ave. For more information, visit or call 949-724-6880.