ArtHouse is a weekend-long celebration of art-making, exhibitions, talks and demonstrations with and by artists, cultural connections, and more!. This free weekend event will showcase all the great things that are going on at the ICA that benefit artists, members and our community at large, including:
Programming and Events Schedule
9am - 12pm & 2pm - 5pm
in the Print Center
11am - 4pm
curbside in front of the ICA
Powers of Ten Lunchtime Talk & Demonstration
12pm - 1pm
1:30pm - 2:15pm
Sat. April 30 with Tony MaySun. May 1 with Modesto Covarrubias
Small Talk: Artists Talks
3pm - 4pm
Sat. April 30 in conversation with exhibiting Artist Gail Wight
The ICA Store
in the lobby
Browse and shop for "made in the ICA" note cards, buttons, catalogs, postcards and art books.
Powers of Ten (short film by Charles & Ray Eames)
Urgency: Mike Rathbun
Size Matters (group show)
in the Print Center Gallery
Saturday, April 30 Print Fair Artists
Luz Marina Ruiz
Kerry Vander Meer
Theodora Varnay Jones
Karen Von Felten
Sunday, May 1 Print Fair Artists
Carrie Ann Plank
Sieglinde Van Damme
ArtHouse FAQWhat is ArtHouse?
ArtHouse is a weekend-long event held at the ICA that includesexhibitions, art-making, art selling, artist talks and demos, cultural connections, and more!
Anyone who's interested in discovering, celebrating, or learning more about all of the great things that are going on at the ICA that benefit artists, members and the community at large.
Is ArtHouse free to attend?
Yes. This is a free weekend event. To participate in the Printapalooza! printmaking workshops in the Print Center you must register and pay a workshop fee, a portion of which is tax deductible.
Will there be food?
Of course! In addition to light snacks and beverages available for sale in the gallery, PSRT's famous food trucks, Louisiana Territory and No Way Jose will be parked curbside for your lunchtime dining pleasure.
Do I have to RSVP?
No, but we'd love to know if you're coming. You know how it is when you throw a party. It's helpful to know how many to expect.