"In our darkest hours, it is natural and human to seek connection with others, to face the darkness together so that we can imagine a brighter path forward. In our current pandemic-time of crisis and isolation, this instinct can feel thwarted, and lead us to even darker places. Art is one of the … [Read more...] about FACING DARKNESS
18th Street Arts Center
I am honored to participate in the exhibition: FACING DARKNESS in the company of fellow 18th Street Art Center makers: Deborah Lynn Irmas, Beth Davila Waldman, Elham Sagharchi, Gwen Samuels, Rachel Chu, Debra Disman, M Susan Broussard, Lionel Popkin, Leo Garcia, Alexandra Dillon, Gregg A … [Read more...] about FACING DARKNESS in the time of pandemic
Thrilled to be participating in... DRIVE-BY-ART Los Angeles: Street Organized by Warren Neidich, Renee Petropoulos, Michael Slenske and Anuradha Vikram WEBSITE: www.drive-by-art.org CONTACT: email@example.com Two locations will be divided East and West of Western Avenue over two … [Read more...] about DRIVE-BY-ART Los Angeles: Public Art in This Moment of Social Distancing
IMAGE: The Terryettes Drill Team, formed by Mrs. Thelma Terry. Photo courtesy of the Quinn Research Center and The Terryettes. Join us for a unique celebration, and community art project from noon to 1PM CELEBRATING Thelma Terry: Athlete, Educator, and Community Leader A Women’s History Month … [Read more...] about CELEBRATING THE LEGACY OF SANTA MONICA BLACK COMMUNITY LEADER THELMA TERRY FOR WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
SDiscover the artist and writer within while learning bookmaking skills in this hands-on workshop led by 18th Street Arts Center artist, Debra Disman. Learn “found writing” techniques to take the anxiety out of the writing process and create a flag book that is its own work of art! This program is … [Read more...] about The Art of Bookmaking
Teaching community workshop in June on Flag Books and Found Text at the Brentwood Art Center was pure joy! "Fun with Flag (pages)" was had by all. Adults and children alike created marvelous flag book creations and had a blast in the process! Participants learned to fold an accordion … [Read more...] about Making Books, Making Community at the Brentwood Art Center!