Come meet all of the featured artists of Baby Tattooville Through the Looking Glass.
Then participate (or just watch) the live psychic haircutting event by Finishing School and Yucef Merhi.
We will also be hosting Fabian Debora, Alex Kizu, and Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, and participants from Path of Life Ministries Family Shelter, who will have just completed a new community mural at RAM which will be donated to Path of Life. Also on view will be photographs documenting a collaborative mural created by CSUSB Community-based Art Program students and California Institute for Men inmates, taken by Andrew K. Thompson, CSUSB MFA candidate and prison art program intern. This photo exhibition is held in conjunction with Bridging Homeboy Industries: Fabian Debora, Alex Kizu, and Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, on view at RAFFMA from October 6 – January 31. Bridging Homeboy Industries originated at Otis College of Art and Design and is curated by Annie Buckley, artist/writer and faculty member at CSUSB.
Our Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints will also be open, so come see and celebrate all of our fall exhibits with us!