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Sea and Space Explorations: Three Hour Tour

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Sea and Space Explorations: Three Hour Tour
Curated by: Lara Bank

3320 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, CA 90503
March 6th, 2010 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Tour
WEBSITE:  
http://www.torranceartmuseum.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
beach cities/south bay
EMAIL:  
torranceartmuseum@torranceca.gov
PHONE:  
(310) 618-6340
OPEN HOURS:  
Tues-Sat 11-5
ARTS ORGANIZATION:  
Sea and Space Explorations, The Torrance Art Museum
TAGS:  
video-art, performance, conceptual, sculpture

DESCRIPTION


at The Torrance Art Museum

WHEN March 6, 6-9pm
WHERE
The Torrance Art Museum, 3320 Civic Center Drive, Torrance, CA 90503
TEL/EMAIL
TheTorrance Art Museum: 310-618-6340
Sea and Space: 323-982-0854  lara@seaandspace.org
EVENT INFO
www.seaandspace.org

Admission is FREE.

Featuring: The After School Arts Program (ASAP), Lara Bank, Bianca D'Amico, Aaron Drake, Clay Chaplin, Donna Coppola, Asher Hartman, Lewis Keller, Matt MacFarland, Amy Blount Lay with the Johns (John Barlog & John Burtle).

The weather started getting rough, the tiny ship was tossed…from eleven stranded castaways (there were a few more they never told you about, and Lara Bank (Director/Founder of Sea and Space) is doubling as both the skipper and Gilligan, split personality)…for a three-hour tour, a three-hour tour…so join us here March 6th my friends, you're sure to get a smile from eleven stranded castaways…

Three-hours at the Torrance Art Museum showcasing a few passengers from SEA AND SPACE who just happened to be aboard during this fateful night in early March.

ABOUT SEA AND SPACE EXPLORATIONS

Founded in 2007 as a non-profit artist run gallery, Sea and Space is a highly collaborative venue dedicated to presenting challenging contemporary art practices largely unsupported by commercial spaces. The space hosts exhibitions, lectures, workshops, performances, and happenings. Sea and Space Explorations is a portal to a place where notions of good and bad, market constraints, and fixations with progress are understood to be peripheral, where artists take risks without fear. This space hosts artists whose practices resonate with the conceptual, theoretical, relational, and political.

For more information and schedule of events, please visit www.seaandspace.org