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Open Studios Day: Spring 2023

April 15 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Open Studios Day is a free, family event that provides the public a glimpse into the process, art, and lives of local artists who create at AGCC.

Saturday, April 15, 2023 – 12:00pm – 4pm We host one of the largest studio artist programs in the region with over 50 Studio Artists working in ceramics, photography, painting, printmaking, writing, sculpture, videography, and music. This self-guided tour of artist studios provides a unique opportunity to interact with the artists and purchase contemporary works of art. The event includes onsite performances, demonstrations, and workshops by our community classes and Family Art Workshop programs. Masks are optional but preferred while visitors are indoors.  

Schedule of Events:

Artist Demonstrations – Demonstrations by Community Class teachers and Studio Artists will be ongoing throughout the day. Family Art WorkshopJoin us for a mural making workshop in conjunction with our new Teen Mural workshop – all ages led by AQMNI Mural Co. Ceramics Sale in F building – Purchase creations by local artists from our Ceramics Program. The Mourners – Local San Pedro band to perform from 1:30 – 2:30pm.

On view in the galleries:

Direct from the Classroom: Spring Selections features art works created by K-6th grade students in our Artists-in-Classrooms program. In the 2022-2023 school year, AGCC provided arts education to 18 schools, 187 classrooms, and 4,114 students in the San Pedro and greater Los Angeles County region in visual, performing, and literary arts. Notions of Place examines what it means to inhabit a complexity of different spaces  – be they physical realities or imagined environments. These spaces proffer metaphors of exchange between nature and human action, drawing on dreams, memories, and the spaces in between–disintegrating commonly held social views that have acted as fences around our homes. Notions of Place is curated by Lauren Kasmer and includes works by Hilary Baker, Natalie M. Godinez, Kio Griffith, Flora Kao, Lauren Kasmer, LaRissa Rogers, Jenny Yurshansky, and HK Zamani. Homesĭtē is an ongoing artwork by Joyce Dallal and Lauren Kasmer about the city of Los Angeles as one’s home.

 

AGCC Studio Artists

Adam Gaxiola, Andrea Lien, Ann Weber, Anna Erneholm, Annette Ciketic, Ashton S. Phillips, Beth Elliott, Candice Gawne, Catherine Burce, Da Aie Park, Deborah Wright, Daniel Porras, Delora Bertsch, Dennis Keeley, Dominique Moody, Ed  Maloney, Elyse Pignolet, Elizabeth Casuga, Frank Minuto, Frank Rodriguez, Gil Mares, Henry Krusoe, Jeffrey Scott Brown, Jesse Small, Joe Barile, Jon Nakamura, June Edmonds, Kim Kei, Leah Shane Dixon, Lowell Nickel,  Lucinda Rudolph, Lynn Doran, Michelle Seo, Mike Watt, Nancy Voegeli-Curran, Patrick Tierney, Perry Okimoto, Phoebe Barnum, Regina Herod, Rene LaRue, Robert Alexander, Scott Anger, Susan Rawcliffe, Tianlu Chen, Tim Maxeiner, Vanessa Madrid, W.S. Milner, Yoon Jin Kim, and Yuichiro Roy Kunisaki. Learn more about our Studio Artists Press & Media Kit  

Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Venue

Angels Gate Cultural Center
3601 S. Gaffey Street
San Pedro, CA 90731
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