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December 11, 2014 – January 31, 2015
Join us for Chakaia Booker's West Coast premiere exhibition! Experience a selection of her innovative rubber tire sculptures and prints.
Click here to view the museum hours. On Monday, December 22nd and Tuesday, December 23rd the museum will be open for limited hours (more info to come). The museum will be closed from December 24 till after the New Years holiday.
Color of Hope . 2010 . Rubber tires & wood . 98 x 174 x 36 inches . Courtesy of Chakaia Booker.
Conversion . 2006 . Rubber tires & wood . 67 x 75 x 60 inches . Courtesy of Chakaia Booker.
Misleading Circumstances . 2005 . Rubber tires & wood . 23.5 x 28 x 19.5 in . Courtesy of Chakai Booker.
Mask Workshop with Kiel Johnson
It's been a while, but we are starting up our blog again!
Visit the Museum blog to enjoy some pictures from our recent cardboard mask workshop that was led by L.A. artist Kiel Johnson on October 29th (Johnson currently has work on view in our ArtWatch 2014 exhibition through November 22).
Here's a preview of the fun we had!
ArtWatch 2014: Young Careers – SB to Greater LA
September 25 – November 22, 2014
Opening Reception – Sepetember 25 | 4-6pm
Left: Devon Tsuno, Agglomerate Horticulture, detail; Middle: Laura Krifka, Tyger! Tyger!; Right: Julia Haft-Candell, Shorts
The first exhibition in our new ArtWatch series!
5x5 Auction is now closed
The 5x5 auction is now closed! You can pay for your winning bids using a credit card on our online payment site, or you can pay in person at the museum with cash or check. On our online checkout, you have the option of having your pieces shipped to you (a small shipping fee will be applied to your total), or you can pick up your winnings in person at the museum. Our office hours are from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.
Thank you again to all of the 5x5 artists, and to all of you who participated in our auction fundraiser for museum programming!
Questions? Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 565-6162
Byron Temple and Mary Law: A Continuing Legacy in Clay
September 1, 2014 – December 19, 2014
Come explore the ceramic work of two renowned American potters – Temple and Law. This display is on view in our gallery located on the 2nd floor of the Adams Center for the Visual Arts. Law will have work available for sale from her two most recent firings.
If you are intersted in more information about Mary Law's work for sale, please contact email@example.com.