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Julie Lazar

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Julie Lazar specializes in working with arts organizations and contemporary artists to produce and present new art. From 1981-2000, she served as a founding curator then as director of experimental programs for The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. As an independent curator, Lazar also directs a small arts consultancy firm, Icanetwork.org. In New York, she held key administrative and fund raising positions at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, The Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller University, The Hudson River Museum, and P.S. 1 Center for Contemporary Art.

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Photo: Garry Winogrand. © The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco.
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Artbound

'Available Light' Interviews: Frank Gehry, Lucinda Childs, and John Adams

"Available Light" is being re-staged in celebration of the Music Center's 50th anniversary. Artbound revisits 1983 interviews with choreographer Lucinda Childs, architect Frank Gehry, and composer John Adams -- who brought the original production to life.
"Available Light" dress rehearsal. | Photo: Grant Mudford.
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'Available Light' Returns to the Stage After Three Decades

Originally staged in 1983, "Available Light" is being revived in honor of the Music Center's 50th anniversary. The performance was a collaboration between choreographer Lucinda Childs, architect Frank Gehry, and composer John Adams.
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Adam Silverman: A Feeling for Clay

Artist Adam Silverman discusses the inspiration behind his creation of new pots and sculptures that are currently on view at the Edward Cella Gallery through December 29.
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