Support the arts and "CURATORS 10" of the Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery Design/Operations and Art Profession Certificate Program.
We are in the final preparation stages for a continuous 3-week run of 10 different, compelling and gorgeous shows!! There are 10 different curators, which means 10 very unique shows; from abstraction to intervention, from pop-surrealism to scenic photography and more....something for anyone.
The gallery boasts an impressive 2,000+ square feet nestled in the heart of the art department at Mt. SAC, which has hosted an impressive 60+ year history of exhibitions that have included greater Los Angeles luminaries such as John Baldessari, Llyn Foulkes, Paul Soldner, Charles Eames, Salomon Huerta, Tony Delap and more.
Your generous and secure donation (of any amount you see listed to the right) will help with costs to install the exciting CURATORS 10 exhibitions, and pave the way for future exhibitions, artists and curators.
Scroll down for a list of all 10 shows in order of each week. We hope to see you!
Week One: May 31st - June 3rd
Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 31st // 4pm-7pm
Curator: Leora Lutz
Personifimotion: place and identity through ephemeral movement
Artists: Timothy Nolan, Treiops Treyfid, Steven Hampton, Penny Young O., Daniel Brodo, Inouk Demers
Artists use various forms of abstraction, such as line, participation, reading and intervention to transpose their process to the viewer.
Curator: Patricia Lastres
Artist: Maritza Karadza
The exhibition aims to be a spiritual journey to the ancient city of Caral, Peru. The myths, rituals, land and music of this culture will be depicted in an abstract, expressionistic way through the use of oil and pastels on canvas.
Curator: Melody Kriesel
Home In-Security: Seven Conversations
Artists: Shagha Ariannia, Joyce Hesselgrave, Jael Hoffmann-Lish, Penny McElroy, Thomas Stubbs, Michael Woodcock
Visual conversations on the theme of "home” and what it means to different people: the feeling of security or insecurity in one’s home; the threat of losing one's home; being without a home. This multimedia show includes oil, pastels, collage, video presentation, and sculpture.
Week Two: June 6th - 10th
Opening Reception: Tuesday, June 7th // 4pm-7pm
Curator: Marco Rodriguez
Artists: Robin Johnson, Nathan Wilson
A collection of narrative and figurative paintings that expresses our innate nature of protection, responsibility, and our inevitable path through obstacles.
Curator: Anna Mendoza
Conflictions; The freedom they want, the freedom they have.
Artists: Brianna Johnson, Mark Strickland, Ben Sanders, Autumn Le' Brannon
Visualizing various forms of human strife when dealing with the balance between freedom and the constraint of today’s society.
The Individualist vs. The Machine: Anthroposcopy
Artist: Jessica Van Hulle
The exhibition invites the viewer into the world of Steampunk through the eyes of Jessica Van Hulle. Her sensual oil paintings feature themes of the individualist vs. the machine, female sexual power and hope on the edge of apocalypse, pushing you to look past commonality and into a full expression of authentic self-image.
Curator: Mary Linda Piercy
Passages: Immigration Strategies
Artists: Sergio Rebia, Dirk Hagner, Eric Almanza, Ronald Piercy
In the exhibit artists will show the plight of the immigrant throughout history.
Week Three: June 13th - 17th
Opening Reception: Tuesday, June 14th // 4pm-7pm
Curator: Thomas Padilla
Artists: Ashley Bonneau, Dave Storm, Merisa Segedi, Deeter
A multimedia group show of L.A. based artists.
Curator: Gina Bong
In Our Nature
Artists: Thomas Butler, Julie Bahn, Howard Hill, Sean Stevenson
The exhibition will focus on the relationship between people and nature, focusing on the environment, social and cultural issues.
Curator: Francoise Studer
Similar Sensibilities: Lifelong Painting
Artists: Anne McCaddon, Jennifer L. Friedman, Jonathan Allmaier
A coming-together of young abstract painters whose work and process involves the intuitive search for the act of painting in a unique individual way.
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