Date(s) - Saturday, September 26, 2020
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Life during COVID19, fascism, fires, social revolution, and disasters – a virtual exhibit.
Join MAIS Artists on a virtual tour of artwork that may be political, satirical, objectionable, daring, anti-establishment, personal sexuality and gender defining and challenging, anti-patriarchal, anti fascist, BIPOC created/supportive, feminist, outside of definition, or works that have capabilities of challenging your areas of comfort and taste. These pieces may have large social messages, or maybe a deeply personal quiet statement, or anything in between.
Sat, September 26th at 7pm
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Coal Shed Studios was founded in 1999 by artist Tim Rose in an 8,000 square foot historic building, originally used to store coal on the Mare Island Naval Shipyard.
The Studio became a corporation, Coal Shed Art Studios, LLC in 2017. We were uprooted in 2018 to make way for renovation of the coal sheds, but were happily able to relocate to a slightly larger warehouse a couple blocks away. The new building provides work and gallery space for 19 artists (and the occasional critter). The eclectic group includes painters, woodworkers, metalworkers, printmakers, photographers, videographers, sculptors, textile artists and more.
Solo and group exhibitions are held in the Tim Rose Gallery. We participate in and host a variety of art-related events such as Vallejo Open Studios, Guest artist solo shows, poetry readings and figure drawing sessions.
The gallery is open by appointment and during shows. Browse the web site and our calendar for more information. We would love to have you visit us!
The Coal Shed Studios Artists
We moved up the river to 110 Pintado street in September 2018! Read about it here.