The Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) is scheduled to present, “Social Observations,” sculptures and drawings by Ryan Carrington and Steve Davis, through Jan. 27 in Mountain View.
Carrington works as a lecturer at San Jose State University teaching sculpture, foundry and mold making. His work deals with a wide range of issues that connect labor, class and economics with his family and personal history.
Davis is the winner of multiple awards for his sculptures and was nominated in 2011 for the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. He teaches at CSMA and has taught at San Jose State University. Davis has been commissioned for various public works and has exhibited his work widely, including in Santa Cruz, San Francisco and Hawaii.
Founded in 1968, CSMA is Northern California’s largest non-profit provider of arts education programs and is one of the 10 largest community schools of its kind in the nation. It serves more than 42,000 people, including 10,660 students in more than 600 classrooms at 35 schools in Santa Clara and San Mateo and counties.
The exhibition, which opened in December, is in the Mohr Gallery at CSMA, 230 San Antonio Circle. Admission is free.
For more information, call 917-6800 or visit www.arts4all.org.