Current & Upcoming Programming

Oxy Arts builds community through innovative and inclusive arts experiences.

Our efforts are rooted in four core values—connection, collaboration, community and creativity. Committed to serving both the Occidental community and our neighboring communities beyond campus, Oxy Arts programs across creative mediums, featuring guest speakers, workshops, visiting artists and performances. Our programs are rooted in the belief that the arts have a unique ability to engage people in socially conscious dialogue.

Below is a list of our current and upcoming programming. To explore past projects and exhibitions please visit our past programming page.

Video still from "In Search" by Claire SunMay 28, 2020 - July 2, 2020 

Streetview Video Series

Location: Oxy Arts on York

Every evening from 7 - 12pm, the Streetview Video Series will showcase work by local artists on a loop in our Black Box space. Walk or drive by to see the videos through our street-facing window on York Boulevard. The full videos will be archived on our youtube page for viewing. 

May 23, 2020 - May 25, 2020 

Logo for Community Studio Kang Seung Lee

Location: Oxy Arts on York

Drop by (or drive-by) Oxy Arts to view untitled (la revolución es la solución!) by artist Kang Seung Lee. This piece is part of an outdoor public art exhibition, organized and curated by Warren Neidich, Renée Petropoulos, Anuradha Vikram, that is experienced from the safety and intimacy of one's own automobile. 


May 14, 2020 - July 2, 2020 

Logo for Community Studio

COMMUNITY STUDIO @ Home - Online Art Classes 

Location: Youtube 

Community Studio @ Home video lessons are released every Thursday at 3 pm with an art project led by a local teaching artist. You can tune in here on Thursdays at 3 pm to follow along, or visit our Youtube channel to watch anytime and create at your own pace!

May 14, 2020 - June 5, 2020 

Logo for Community Studio 2019-2020 Studio Art End of Year Student Show

Location: Oxy Arts on York

Stop by on your stroll and take a look through our street-front windows! Artwork is featured in both our gallery space and on a viewing monitor near the front entrance.