This exhibit highlights the museum’s rarely viewed collection of 20th-century Mexican modernist art. About 30 prints, drawings and photographs by 12 artists, including Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Squeiros and José Clemente Orozco, reflect the political, social and cultural shifts that took place after the Mexican Revolution.
Los Angeles-based Nigerian artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby will debut a suite of paintings drawing on her experiences moving to the U.S., maintaining family ties and building new relationships. Layers of paint, fabric and photographic transfers reflect the complex merging of relationships and cultures.
This juried craft show presents works by more than 650 jewelry, clothing, furniture and home-décor artisans. Myriad events include the Hip Pop Emerging Artists program and Make Room, showcasing interior vignettes by local designers. Also on tap: interactive Let’s Make Inspiration Stations and the Balvenie Scotch Tasting Lounge.
More than 4,500 square feet of feature gardens by area landscape companies, a giant flower market and home-improvement products and services from hundreds of vendors are among the attractions at this year’s event. Chris and Peyton Lambton of HGTV’s “Going Yard” and Joanie Sprague of TLC’s “Trading Spaces” will share tips and ideas for home improvement, indoors and out.