Make plans now to visit the Irvine Fine Arts Center (located at 14321 Yale Avenue in Heritage Community Park) to check out two current exhibitions: Manos and I Shot an Arrow.
The Manos exhibit features sculptures by José Flores Nava and paintings by Kiara Aileen Machado that highlight the fact that food is both a physical and emotional part of our lives.
I Shot an Arrow features artworks by Luciana Abait, Sydney Croskery, Christian Franzen, Hayley Quentin, and Joshua Thomen. Their works explore ideas of uncertainty, discovery, and the unconscious through poetic gestures that inspire viewers to consider their inner and outer worlds.
The Irvine Fine Arts Center is open Monday through Thursday from 10am until 9pm; Friday from 10am until 5pm; and Saturday from 9am until 5pm. (The Fine Arts Center is closed on Sunday.)
To learn more about the current exhibitions as well as upcoming events, click here.
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