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  • ... Evelyn Serrano have been working with residents to develop art -centered initiatives to identify and support community assets. The summer ... could sway people's preconceived notions about the Salton Sea .  We sat in the Yacht Club on folding plastic chairs listing our ideas ...
  • ... Photography's exhibition "Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change ," four significant scenes meet the viewer: a darkened aerial ... Reading about Climate Change from Artbound: Who Makes Art About Climate Change ? A collection of Southern California artists are ...
  • ... 50 studio in Highland Park and discover more than an art gallery. Operating for more than eight years and hosting more than 80 shows , this arts service organization, grounded in Latino culture, ...
  • ... We'll be partnering with SPARC, The Social and Public Art Resource Center, and conduct a series of dialogues with the local ...
  • Current:LA, a new public art biennial, signals a sea change in the way culture is created, disseminated, and experienced in Los ...
  • ... sleek, interactive bodysuits in her Marina del Rey studio , media artist Tiffany Trenda questions the changing nature of ... photography and installation as she earned a BFA in fine art from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. At a certain point, ...
  •  The soul of this famous art colony can be found in the artists who have been and continue to be ... bore me.” - Los Angeles Times, 1935 Carmel-by-the- Sea , with its fairytale cottages, cypress covered sea vistas and hidden ... Jane Gallatin, was one of the first people to establish a studio in Carmel. A brochure put out by the company explained their ...
  • ... while shedding light on how over-fishing, global climate change and pollution threaten ocean resources. ...
  • " Sea Change " follows the grassroots efforts of Ikal Angelei, a 33 year-old Lake ...
  • ... of Avenue 50 Studios , a multicultural alternative art space in Highland Park with an emphasis on Chicano and Latino art . ... her if they too could utilize this gallery space for shows . At that time, Chicano artists really had no place to showcase their ...

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