The show is juried by dancer, poet, teacher, author and co-founder of the Tamalpa Institute Daria Halprin. It features paintings, ceramics, photographs and mixed media works that convey rhythm or a sense of action. “Movement” is open for by-appointment viewing Thursdays and Fridays (1-3pm) and Saturdays, 11am-1pm, through May 21.
Art galleries throughout Mill Valley continue to move, cautiously, toward more in-person viewings. Among them is the venerable O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, which is in the midst of its latest exhibit, “Movement.”