ArtNow submissions open

New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) is accepting submissions for “ArtNow 2023: Unarmed Truth” through Jan. 29. Santa Clara County high school students can submit original artwork that reveals a personal or universal truth.

ArtNow is an annual juried high school art exhibition and educational program presented by NUMU. This year’s show will be on view at the museum March 31-June 25.

Students have the opportunity to win awards in eight artistic categories as well as an overall Best in Show and a People’s Choice award. The categories are painting, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, sculpture, photography, digital art and video/animation. Scholarships totaling $16,000 will also be awarded.

For more information about submissions, visit numulosgatos.org/artnow-submission, and sign up for updates at numulosgatos.org/artnow-email-signups. For questions about ArtNow, email [email protected].

Houseplant care class

Learn about common houseplant problems, including pests and their prevention, as well as general houseplant care tips in a free online class Jan. 19 presented by the UC Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County.

Urban and community educator Lauren Fordyce will hold forth on houseplants from noon-1 p.m. Register for the webinar at https://ucanr.edu/sites/ucipm-community-webinars.

Hiking 101

The Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority is hosting a “Hiking 101” Zoom webinar Jan. 6. The webinar, set for 12:30-1:15 p.m., will be a crash course about staying safe on the trail, what to pack and how to make the most of outdoor time. Register at Eventbrite.com.


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