Gravy Gallery – Landing presents: “Following Water” Kevin Corcoran, Nena Hedrick, Lee Chang Ming, Fernanda Rappa, and Shane Scopatz. “Stepping Through” Amy Blondell, Leslie Horwitz, Numpie, and Jingtian Zong

714 Riverside Avenue
Santa Cruz, 95060
First Friday Artist Image
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Full run of show Dec 2, 2022 - Jan 21, 2023

Gravy Gallery is pleased to host LANDING, a temporary, collective, and migratory art and event program based in Santa Cruz.

LANDING projects focus on how we use and relate to the land that surrounds and supports us, with special attention to economic, racial, Indigenous, and environmental justice as they relate to land use and art practices. Our programming focuses on six themes —Fire, Water, Food, Housing, Energy, and Waste—and how approaches to these interconnected issues might be re-imagined through art practice.

LANDING will present multiple exhibitions at Gravy Gallery over the months of December and January.

December 2 - 8

Opening Reception Friday, December 2nd 5 - 9pm

Following Water: Five artists from elsewhere who are currently living and working in the San Lorenzo River Valley

Kevin Corcoran, Nena Hedrick, Lee Chang Ming, Fernanda Rappa, and Shane Scopatz will present works that tune in to local conditions through approaches shaped by the actions of water.

December 9 - January 7

Opening Reception Friday, December 9th 5 - 9pm

Stepping Through: Four artists traveling between and across continents, identities, species, and time

With water also as a shared theme, Amy Blondell, Leslie Horwitz, Numpie, and Jingtian Zong will present works that track and register fluid experiences of moving across boundaries and creating cross-boundary relations.