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Jun 9 – Jul 20

Creativity Explored will be exhibiting work by artists with developmental disabilities in Ripe, exploring San Francisco’s famous food culture. The artwork will represent the themes of food and its relation to ritual, celebration, desire, storytelling, memory, obsession, power and culture. It will feature artists Andrew Bixler, Melody Lima, Musette Perkins and Marilyn Wong.

3245 Sixteenth Street, San Francisco, CA 94103


May 16 - June 26, 2016

The self-taught Japanese artist Hiroyuki Doi’s circle drawings will be showing his works at Repi Doll at Takeshitadori,Tokyo.

In his art, Hiroyuki Doi alludes to such subjects as the soul, the transmigration of the soul, the cosmos, human dialog, the co-existence of living creatures and universal peace. He does so by creating images that consist of many small circles made with black-ink drawing pens on washi.

1-16-5 2F Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo 150-0001, JAPAN

Jun 6 – Jan 8

To celebrate 90 years of Johann Hauser, and its own 10 year anniversary, Museum Gugging will celebrate with an art party and opening of the exhibition johann hauser ... i‘m the artist!, presenting an overview of the artist’s impressive lifework, with over 200 works. The show is curated by Johann Feilacher, Museum Gugging’s artistic director, who also personally accompanied Hauser over a period of 13 years.

Am Campus 2, A-3400, Maria Gugging, AUSTRIA

until Jan 1, 2017

After 30 years, the Morris Miniature Circus returns to the Museum of International Folk Art. Built over the course of forty years by W.J. “Windy” Morris (1904–1978) of Amarillo, Texas, the Circus is a 3/8”-scale circus model, consisting of an estimated 100,000 pieces. Acquired by the museum in 1984 and exhibited in 1986, the museum will restore and install the Circus once again. The circus is made through a variety of techniques from woodcarving and painting to clay modeling and mould making.

Museum of International Folk Art
706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill, Santa Fe, NM 87505