Open Studios Day – Dec 2

Open Studios Day | Saturday, December 2, 2017

12 – 4 pm

Open Studios Day is a bi-annual event at Angels Gate Cultural Center celebrating all of the creativity that takes place throughout our campus; as well as the diverse and lively community that makes us so unique.

Over 50 Studio Artists will open their doors and welcome you to see what they create in their studios. The Artists in Classrooms and Community Class programs demonstrate the work that happens both on site and in the community throughout the year. Our main gallery will also be featuring our Pacific Standard Time LA/LA exhibition Coastal/Border, curated by Martabel Wasserman and Raquel Gutierrez . Please be sure to join us for an exciting afternoon filled with art, food, music and fun, where all ages will find something to celebrate.


Studio Artist Open House:

Angels Gate Cultural Center is home to one of the largest Studio Artist Programs in the region year-round, with a diverse body of disciplines including ceramics, photography, printmaking, music, writing, and filmmaking. On Open Studios Day, 52 artists open their studios to the public to show their work. Several artists will demonstrate their craft and many will have artwork for sale.

Community Class Demonstrations/Performances:

Angels Gate Cultural Center holds a variety of classes including dance, yoga, meditation, karate and Japanese archery. This year the Community Classes will provide demonstrations and performances of Hula, Belly Dancing, and more.

Childrens Art Workshops:

Artwork from our “Artists in Classrooms” students program will be on display. Teaching Artists from the “Artists in Classrooms” program will be leading workshops for all ages, in which they will create their own unique Open Studios Day souvenir.


Continuing in our galleries is Coastal/Border, an exhibition of original site-responsive performance and installation work featuring Mecca Vazie Andrews, Edgar Fabian Frias, Sebastian Hernandez, Dany Naierman, Paul Pescador and Jimena Sarno curated by Raquel GutiОrrez and Martabel Wasserman.

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