After two successful years of inviting families to engage with our Hollywood surroundings via drop-in art classes with local artists, ReVISIONS of LA is coming to a close at LACE. Come celebrate in a final workshop, in which we will be making pinhole cameras in addition to providing instruction and supplies for drawing and collage to re-visit and re-imagine our neighborhood.
The workshop is free! Drop in anytime between 1-4PM to participate, literally, in building some perspective on the past two years of ReVISIONS of LA.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Samuel Partal is a photographer and video artist. He has recently exhibited in a solo show Ars Lumina at Sancho Gallery, as well as in Fast Forward 2 at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum, and Magmart a video art festival in Naples, Italy. He is the co-founder and co-director of Temple Ad Hoc Gallery, and head preparator at Annie Wharton Los Angeles. He lives and works in Los Angeles. For more information please visit: samuelpartal.net/studio/studio.html
Robert Seitz is a self-educated multi-disciplinary artist who has worked in a variety of fields, including writing, photography, sculpture, painting and performance. He became a journeyman bronze foundry wax-worker in 2010. He recently exhibited in ReCapture at Galerie Rheeway and Drawing Show at LA Artcore. In 1998 he was a resident at the Gateway Ranch at Roden Crater; in 1995 he co-founded the Raven's Guild gallery in Flagstaff, AZ; in 1993 his first performance took place on the campus of Pasadena City College. Seitz is currently an associate at the contemporary arts nonprofit LA Artcore, operating the Brewery Annex gallery, providing career development and education programs to the public.
Jonas Becker holds an MFA in Studio Art: Photography with an emphasis in Visual Studies at the University of California, Irvine and a BA in Architecture from Smith College. Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at LAXART, Monongelia Art Museum, UAG Gallery and was selected for a juried exhibition curated by Charlotte Cotton. Becker's photographs and video installations reflect a collision of myths: tall tales about a site, stories about death, and myths about photography. In addition to her personal work, Becker continues to outreach as an educator and community activist. She is dedicated to making rigorous visual education accessible and instructs photography to both youth and university-level students, most recently at the University of California, Irvine. For more information please visit: beckerprojects.com/about.html
ASAP (after school arts program) is an arts education collective with a faculty and student population that is always in flux. Led by Michael Ano, elana melissa hill and Elizabeth Watkins, ASAP is motivated by the belief that “Arts education should be available to everyone.