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Learn to create the fun and fabulous "folded fan" book in community at the Library with artist Debra Disman.
Create a book that can open, read and displayed in different ways!
This program is designed for children aged 5 - 12.
All materials included!Find out more »
I am honored to have my piece, "Maximum Security" included in Ashton Gallery @ Art on 30th contemporary Art Center and Gallery's NATIONAL SHOW: BLACKOUT "Features the best pieces from all over the country that include the color black: seductive, powerful, elegant, formal, prestigious, and mysterious." Juror: Daniel Foster, 30-year career in arts & museum leadership in Southern California Reception: Saturday, October 27th, 6pm–8pm Exhibit Dates: October 27th–November 17th About the Juror: Daniel Foster has an extensive 30-year career in arts and museum leadership…Find out more »
WE THE ARTISTS 18th Street’s 30th Anniversary Celebration!
November 10, 2018 | 7-10 PM
Artist In Residence Open Studios 7-8PM!
18th Street Arts Center kicks off a yearlong party celebrating 30 years as Southern California’s leading artist residency program. This evening spectacular spotlights new collaborations with 18th Street’s founding ‘compadres’ La Pocha Nostra and Highways Performance Space, new commissions by alumni including Kenyatta AC Hinkle, Kate Johnson, Asher Hartman, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, Amitis Motevalli, and performances curated by Highways Performance Space featuring Egrets on Ergot, Sebeyu, and Bethany Ward-Lawe!
Enjoy live performances, video installations, exhibitions, music, open artist’s studios, LA’s gourmet food trucks, and craft beer!Find out more »
We will create an amazing multidimensional TUNNEL BOOK using a three-dimensional tableau scene to honor Native American Heritage Month! Utilizing strategic cutouts, accordion folding and framing techniques, explore a “layered view” that creates the setting for a dramatic scene and story that moves back and forth in space and possibly in time!Find out more »
I will lead bookmaking workshops with Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) English and Art students at Verdugo Hills High School in Tujunga, CA, supported by the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Students will create one-of-kind BOOKS by hand, and develop them with print and visual media to create unique works of writing, visual art and craft.
I will work with Seniors in the VAPA English class, and Freshmen in the VAPA art class.
These workshops are for specific VAPA students at Verdugo Hills High School, and will take place in VAPA classes during school hours.Find out more »