Posts Tagged as "art"

‘Public art should lead people to be more open-minded’: Local artist paints mural for Walmart in Visalia

August 25, 2023 / By
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Mikayla Gutierrez is a body art and tattoo artist whose artwork can be found at the local Walmart in Visalia.

Local Artist Gina Herrera Shares Her Experience Having Her Art Displayed at the Chicago Cultural Center

March 31, 2023 / By
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On March 16-19, the Chicago Cultural Center held its second Veteran Art Triennial and Summit, with a Bakersfield local’s sculptures on display until June 4th.

Who the Real Artists Behind the Display Are

July 21, 2022 / By

“If they have your art, they have your voice. It’s like they are taking your voice away from you,” a Vietnamese high school art student, Hien Nyguen, claimed.

Bakersfield Museum of Art’s latest exhibits explore ‘identity, race and humanity’

May 25, 2022 / By
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The Bakersfield Museum of Art (BMoA) is celebrating its Spring 2022 exhibitions — collectionsthat explore identity, race, and humanity — during Art After Dark on Thursday, May 26 from 7–9 p.m..

Delano artist finds passion for teaching through art

March 29, 2022 / By
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Editor’s Note: To celebrate Women’s History Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable woman leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.

Final season of groundbreaking series ‘Vida’ celebrates Latinx culture

May 8, 2020 / By
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Remember those scattered feelings of contentment and rage watching the series finale of “Game of Thrones”?

From Bakersfield to Netflix, local Latinx writer takes class struggle from streets to the screen

April 10, 2020 / By
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Born and raised in Bakersfield but baptized in East Los might be the way to describe the artistic upbringing of Marvin Lemus, co-writer and director of the new Netflix Latinx dramedy “Gentefied.”

In the 661: Youth Voices for Kern – Ja’Nell Gore “Rise in Black Excellence”

May 30, 2018 / By and
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We are happy to launch our newest edition of In the 661: Youth Voices for Kern… in this special edition we’ll be highlighting local youth storytellers who are using their voice to change the narrative of how decision makers see health in our community.

Graffiti in Lamont: An Ongoing Debate

December 7, 2011 / By
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by Berenice Sanchez for South Kern Sol

LAMONT–Graffiti is an ongoing debate in the small community of Lamont.