Thanks to everyone that participated in the first TWO BUCK TUESDAYS. We’d especially like to thank the artists that created work for TBT, to the speakers who gave wonderful insightul presentations, and to all of those that attended the event.

We hope you’ll join us for the next one on December 16th!

Eddie, Pellet, Matthew

Sarah Taylor – hula hoopin’

Photographer / Film Director Franklin Pham

Andrew Alvarez, SJMA Membership Associate

Artist Mariana Barnes

The $2.00 sale begins at noon and culminates with a cool gathering that Eddie Flores, Pellet and Matthew Seigel has prepared for you.

From 6-8pm there will be four interesting speakers that will talk about their passions and ideas for 10 minutes each, with an opportunity afterwards to hang out and continue the conversation.

Local Artist & Photographer Sarah Taylor will be discussing her thoughts on art, community, and overall human curiosity.

Aspiring film director Franklin Pham will be speaking about how the relationships between the photographer, the camera, the photograph and the audience affect us all today.

Andrew Alvarez, Membership Associate of the San Jose Museum of Art will give an engaging presentation

Current KALEID artist Mariana Barnes will talk about her art. She is a self taught artist who has been painting for 20 years. Her unique and recognizable style has appeared in numerous Bay Area galleries and venues, including TV shows, one of which “Talk Art: Mosaic patterns of life” is currently showing in Manhattan,
New York.

Shannon Amidon
Mariana Barnes
Sandi Billingsley
Tessa Cavazos
Dotti Cichon
Mark Damrel
Cecilia Deck
Pia DiStephano
Eddie Flores
Michael Foley
Sarah Beth Goncarova
DonnaSue Jacobi
Kushlani Jayasinha Hall
Maneesha Khandekar
Joyce McEwen Crawford
Trina Merry
Woody Miller
Gianfranco Paolozzi
Al Preciado
Jen Renzel
Linda Ritter
San Jose Glass Artist Alliance – Janett Peace
Yelena Shabrova
Matthew B. Seigel
Rachel Tirosh
Michelle Waters

Join us for fun, crazy affordable art and wild conversation!

Tuesday, Nov. 18th, 6-8pm
Free and open to the public

KALEID Gallery
88 South Fourth Street (between Santa Clara & San Fernando)
Downtown San Jose