First Published Prose
I'm delighted to have a chapter of my memoir published in Heartwood Literary Magazine. It is about being a hippie kid in a rural public school. You can read it here
Mercury 20 Backroom Gallery
Happy to have four pieces up in the Mercury 20 Backroom Gallery through November 25th. The gallery is open Fridays and Saturdays 12-5. First Friday is November 3rd and the gallery stays open until 9pm. 475 25th Street, Oakland.
Normalize the Incredible- SF Writer's Grotto January 2023
Happy New Year! I am excited to be showing my work at the SF Writer's Grotto during the first half of 2023. Please come to the opening on January 29th from 2-5 with an artist's talk and reading at 3:30. I hope to see you there!
1663 Mission St Suite 602, San Francisco, CA 94103
Art for Democracy
I will have work up for Auction on Saturday, March 26th
Art for Democracy -
an in-person art-auction for Black Voters Matter Fund
At Oakland Style Lab - 811 Broadway, downtown Oakland
Sat March 26, 2022, 6-9pm
auction closes at 8pm
I have an installation piece in the show "Women Rising" through April 30th 2022 at 780 Valencia Street in San Francisco and I will be giving an Artist's Talk along with other artists in the exhibition on Sunday, April 3rd 2-5 pm
My recent work will be up at Mercury 20 Gallery 475 25th Street, Oakland from April 16th- May 22nd. The gallery is open Fridays and Saturdays 12-5. I'd be glad to meet you there on a Friday or Saturday afternoon. There won't be a reception due to covid restrictions.
Excited to have my work at the Cedar Street Gallery on the corner of Cedar and Shattuck in Berkeley California. I'll be there on Sunday, October 11th and Sunday, October 18th from 4-6 reading poetry and giving out stickers.
Coming March 6th 2020 "DOILoveYou Bonnaroo" a large scale cut-out for the Nashville Airport in conjunction with the Bonnaroo Music Festival. My piece will be on display for one year near gate B4. Check back for photos or follow along on my Instagram @leahkorican. Super excited to be making my biggest cut-out so far!
Super excited for my next exhibition and I hope you will come see me there! Here are the details:
DO I Love You
Fine Ideas and Art-
The Art Office of Karen Eichler
2440 Telegraph Avenue Oakland
May 3-June 21 2019
Fridays May 3,10, June 7, 6-9 pm
Saturdays May 4,11,18, June 15, 1-5pm
and by appointment.
Window installation visible 24/7
Reception for the artist May 18th 1-4pm
Adobe Art Center Juried Show
I'm happy to have a piece in the annual juried exhibition at the Adobe Art Center in Castro Valley. My piece "Lo Specchio/ The Mirror" , won an award from juror Rene de Guzman. The show is up through December 8th More info here
February/ March News
I'm excited about to be having a solo show at the Metro Gallery in Reno Nevada. It's at 1 East First Street in Downtown Reno. Gallery hours are M-F 9-5. If you are in the area I hope you will check it out.
The 4th Biennial Interfaith Art Exhibit Closing Reception will happen on February 24th 1-4pm at the Islamic Cultural Center 1433 Madison Street, Oakland. Unfortunately I won't be able to attend but I encourage you to go see this wonderful group of work created by artists of many different faiths. It's been a deep and meaningful experience to be involved with this diverse group of creative people.
Interfaith Art Exhibit
I'm collaborating with poet Lenore Weiss on two pieces for this biennial exhibit. The opening is December 3rd 1-4 pm. More info here http://www.interfaithart.org/
This piece was chosen by juror Catherine Clark for the exhibition AbstrAction at MarinMoca. The opening is October 14th 5-7pm and the show is up through November 19th. Very excited to be part of it!
"Cut And Paste"
I'm excited to have three pieces as part of the inaugural exhibit at Paolo Mejia Fine Art in Oakland at 5634 Shattuck Avenue. Opening 6pm October 7th. Hope to see you there!
Come hear poets of different generation read their work. I will be reading with Grace Grafton. The series is at the beautiful Bellevue Club on Lake Merritt. August 28th at 7pm.
I'm honored to have my poem "Kaddish in the Anthropocene Era" published in the current issue of Canary a literary journal of the Environmental Crisis. You can read it, and the other fine work in this issue here www.canarylitmag.org/contents.php#591 You can copy and paste the link above or click from the links section of this website.
I'm honored to have a piece in the memorial exhibit for professor Robert Hartman at Worth Ryder Gallery in Kroeber Hall. The exhibit will be on view February 17-March 11th 2016.