Art Galleries

Amy Zapata: ‘Round the city ‘round the clock

Monday, February 14, 2022 - 12:00pm to Monday, February 28, 2022 - 4:00pm

Manzanita Gallery

To view this exhibition, please fill out the appointment form for the Manzanita Gallery

“Every day patches the night up…” While in the midst of a pandemic, photography offered me a form of sanity as I continued photographing the neighborhoods I live in. Walking to corner liquor stores became respites in times of isolation. Working from home, moments began bleeding into one another. Things continued to blow up around me, days blending into nights, weeks into months, and finally years. Double exposed images, taken at specific times of day, create abstracted images/memories of the past years. A blurred time forever stamped in my memory.


Amy Zapata, a third generation Chicanx, is a photographer, printmaker, and documentary filmmaker whose work has been shown internationally. Amy graduated from California State University, Northridge with her Master of Arts in photography with an emphasis in photo/video. She primarily focuses on her hometown of San Bernardino, Queer Latinx identity issues, and hopes to highlight under-represented communities. Currently, she’s working on various video projects, as well as Pocha, a multimedia art event. She is a featured artist for the Pomonan, a virtual magazine that works to center the voice of the community. She lives and creates in both Los Angeles and the Inland Empire.

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Due to Covid-19, masks are required and appointments must be made in advance or you will not be admitted.

There is a CSU Vaccine mandate starting September 30th.

Everyone who attends the gallery starting September 30 and later must have proof of vaccination. Visitors must have their physical card or a digital copy with them to show at the door. For Children under the age of 12 (because they are ineligible for the vaccine) they must present proof of a negative covid-19 test from their school within the week of attending the gallery or proof of a negative test within 72 hours of attending the gallery. Children under 5 will not be permitted.

Here are the types of masks that are acceptable:

On the day you are attending, you MUST fill out the Covid screening form at this link:
You will then receive a confirmation email. In order to be admitted, you MUST forward your confirmation email to Erika Ostrander.