February 1 – March 17, 2016
Reception: Wednesday, February 17, 5:30 – 7:30, with artists, an author and live music
Monday – Thursday, 10am – 3pm
Open Saturday March 5, 10am – 1pm, with drop-in workshop, Climate Action Art Cards
Artist Presentation with Cheryl Derricotte, February 17, 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Artist Presentation with Melanie Cervantes, March 8, 11:30pm – 1:30pm
1st Thursday open mic nights February 4, March 3, 5:00pm – 7:30pm
3rd Thursday film nights February 18, March 17, 6pm – 8pm
Closed February 15 for the Presidents Day holiday
Open to tour groups by appointment
Burning Ice explores impacts and causes of climate change from Richmond and East Palo Alto to the Arctic Circle. Artworks also honor nature and those who advocate on our behalf. A range of media from drawings, paintings, prints and photography to ceramics, glass, mixed media, textiles and a site-specific installation.
Artists: Amy Balkin, Jesus Barazza, Barbara Boissevain, Victor Castillo, Melanie Cervantes, Brett Cook, Cheryl Patrice Derricotte, Linda Gass, Maile Iwanaga, John Kurtyka, Martin Machado, Lucia Maldonado, Karla X. Navarro, Joseph Rodriguez, Simone Shin, Khadijah Silva, Kim Stringfellow, Holly Van Hart, Wesley T. Wright.
Special project with De Anza College art and humanities students.
Burning Ice is offered in conjunction with Silicon Valley Reads 2016. The program features two books with the theme, Chance of Rain; the impact of climate change on our lives. The featured books are Memory of Water by Emmi Itäranta and Sherwood Nation
by Ben Parzybok. This annual community program encourages everyone in Santa Clara County to read the same book, at the same time, and talk about it. Presented by the Santa Clara County Office of Education, Santa Clara County Library District and the San Jose Public Library Foundation.
Check www.deanza.edu/euphrat/inthemuseum for additional events
Information: (408) 864-5464
Venue: Euphrat Museum of Art
Location: De Anza College, Cupertino 95014