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Open Studios Day Spring 2024

April 27 @ 12:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free

Join us for AGCC's Spring Open Studios Day on Saturday, April 27th

Photo of AGCC Studio Artist Marco Schindelmann by Jordan Rodriguez, Open Studios Day Fall 2023.

Angels Gate Cultural Center presents our Spring 2024 Open Studios Day, April 27th! Over 45 local artists will open their doors to the public for a peek into their art practice. More details to come—stay connected to Angels Gate Cultural Center by signing up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page, or following @angelsgateart on social media.

Open Studios Day is a free, all-ages event that provides the public a glimpse into the process, art, and lives of local artists who create at the Center. AGCC hosts one of the largest studio artist programs in the region with a diverse range of artistic disciplines including ceramics, photography, printmaking, writing, sculpture, videography, music, and painting. This self-guided tour of artist studios provides a unique opportunity to interact with the artists and purchase contemporary works of art.

AGCC Studio Artists include: 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, Elyse Pignolet, Elizabeth Casuga, Emma Rault, Frank Minuto, Frank Rodriguez, Gil Mares, Henry Krusoe, Jesse Small, Joe Barile, Jon Nakamura, June Edmonds, Kim Kei, Leah Shane Dixon, Lowell Nickel, Lucinda Rudolph, Marco Schindelmann, Melodie Reay, Mike Watt, Nancy Voegeli-Curran, Perry Okimoto, Phoebe Barnum, Regina Herod, Rene LaRue, Robert Alexander, Scott Anger, Susan Rawcliffe, Syracuse residency students (Gary-Michael Tuzinkiewicz, Jalal Ghias Beygi, Pegah Bahador), Tianlu Chen, Tim Maxeiner, Vanessa Madrid, W.S. Milner, Yoon Jin Kim, and Yuichiro Roy Kunisaki.

Direct from the Classroom: Spring Selections showcases student art by local K – 6th graders through AGCC’s Artists-in-Classrooms (AIC) program. Watercolor, poetry, sculpture and dance works represent 1,512 students taught by Artist Teachers in 54 classrooms throughout San Pedro and LA County during the Spring academic term.

 

 

This event is generously supported by Department of Cultural Affairs City of Los Angeles, California Natural Resources Agency for the Museum Grant Program under the California Cultural and Historical Endowment, LA County Department of Arts and Culture, National Endowment for the Arts, and Perenchio Foundation.

Details

Date:
April 27
Time:
12:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Cost:
Free
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Venue

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