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  • Basic Metalworking for the Artist and Maker – Starts Nov 17

    Starts November 17, 2018 This class will teach the basics of fabricating with steel. Tools we will use include the Oxygen-Acetylene Torch and the MIG welder. Class will cover ancient metal working with heat and hammer, up to using modern electronic welding methods. Students will gain a mastery of safety

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  • Open Studios Day – Dec 1

    Saturday, December 1st 12 to 4pm Over 50 Studio Artists will open their doors for you to see what they create in their studios.  The Artist in Classroom and Community Class programs demonstrate the work that happens onsite and in the community throughout the year. Our galleries are open with

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  • Vanessa Madrid Nov 10

    Studio Artist, Vanessa Madrid is participating in a show opening at South Bay Contemporary SoLA gallery, 3718 West Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, INTERPLAY: Craft, Art and Design, Curated by Holly Jerger, Craft and Folk Art Museum. The opening reception is November 10, 2018, 6 to 9pm. The show runs

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  • Ann Weber Oct 24

    Studio Artist Ann Weber is in a 3 person show Uncommon Material with Aubrey Ingmar Manson and Garry Noland. October 24–December 15, 2018 University Art Gallery, LaCorte Hall, A-107 at California State University Dominguez Hills campus located at 1000 E. Victoria Street, Carson, CA. Ann has also been awarded awarded

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  • Phoebe Barnum Nov 25

    Studio Artist, Phoebe Barnum will join several accomplished artists and artisans at the Holiday Open House & Artisan Market at the Cabrillo Marine Museum on Sunday, November 25th from 10am to 3pm. The artists will showcase and sell their wares including pottery, knitting, glass jewelry, recycled and up cycled sea

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  • Leah Shane Dixon Exhibition

    Studio artist, Leah Shane Dixon’s digital paintings will be showcased in the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce’s board room to be open to visitors for three First Thursdays: November 1st, December 6th, and January 3rd, 6pm to 9pm.

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  • Curatorial Takeover 2019

    This upcoming gallery season Angels Gate Cultural Center (AGCC) is proud to present Curatorial Takeover 2019, a conceptually rigorous year of exhibitions by guest emerging curators with national reach. After a careful jury process, AGCC has selected five innovative and engaging projects, which will exhibit in the gallery from January

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  • Raku Ceramics Workshop – Nov 18

    with AGCC Artists, Delora Bertsch and Perry Okimoto Monthly Workshops Sundays – 10 am – 3 pm 2018 Schedule (subject to change): Nov 18 (date change) Dec 9   Newcomers will be introduced to various techniques making your own ceramic works with raku clay.  These pieces will be bisque fired

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  • Open Mic – Nov 18

    Join us on Sunday November 18th 4-6pm in Building G for an Open mic and camaraderie. Next Open Mic December 16th. Any questions call Linda at 310 918-3823.

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  • Coming Into Being: Gathering the Elder in Me

    An exhibition and installation by Laurie Steelink October 13th –December 8th, 2018 Opening reception: Saturday, October 13th, noon to 3:00pm. Coming Into Being: Gathering the Elder in Me is an installation by multimedia artist and curator Laurie Steelink. Drawing on her Native American ancestry, the show combines photographs, paintings, drawings,

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  • Scary Stories – Oct 27

    16th Annual Scary Stories Read aloud, in the dark, around a bonfire Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 6:30 in the evening ALL NEW PROGRAM! Picnics welcome. Suitable for young and old, living and… shhh! Dress Warmly – or you’ll get the Shivers! Produced and directed by Melanie Jones with Cathy

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  • 2018 Wake at the Gate

    “We are still reeling from the energy of it all”, says Terry Gerald, Manager of Operations at Angeles Gate Cultural Center.   On Saturday night, September 28, 2018 Angels Gate Cultural Center’s studio artists, other San Pedro artists, and staff members outdid not only themselves but all previous fundraiser efforts.

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