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Redwood City artists to be featured in Pathways exhibition at gallery in San Jose

Manske will give an informal gallery talk about his work on Saturday, March 12 about his work at Ark Art Gallery
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Kent Manske

Redwood City resident Kent Manske will give an informal gallery talk about his artwork on Saturday at Ark Art Gallery in San Jose, according to a news release. 

Two of Manske’s works will be on display and address Redwood City. 

Manske is also one of nine Bay Area artists who will be exhibiting in an interdisciplinary exhibition at Art Ark Gallery in San Jose; Wylde, another local artist from North Fair Oaks/Redwood City, is also part of the exhibition. 

Pathways includes a wide range of media including artist books, conceptual works, glass, mixed media, painting, performance, printmaking, sculpture, sound, video, and installations. A collaborative, site specific vinyl installation for the gallery’s west facing windows is by José Arenas and Manske, according to a press release. 

On Saturday, attendees can expect the following works from Manske:

  • You are the Tree is an interdisciplinary, community-focused artwork, which celebrates local labor while considering the linked histories of Redwood City and California as members of our shared global citizenry. 
  • San Francisco Bay presents sequential maps of the San Francisco Bay from a continental view to a specific tidal marsh in Redwood City– the salt flats southeast of Seaport Boulevard. 


Pathways: An exhibition about mapping, navigation, wanderlust and borders

Exhibition Dates

March 4–April 1, 2022


March 4 and April 1, 6–9 pm

By Appointment:

Gallery Talks  (performance*)

March 5: José Arenas, Caroline Landau, Melissa West, Carolina Cuevas*

March 12: Casey Jay Gardner, Kent Manske

March 19: Afatasi the Artist, Carolina Cuevas*, Neil Murphy

March 26: Minoosh Zomorodinia, Nanette Wylde


Art Ark Gallery 1035 South 6th Street, San Jose, California www.artarkgallery.comm

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