MAKING NOW – Day Ahead Options

Our current plan is to offer Day Ahead museum visits to the following sites. These will be scheduled for Thursday, June 15, prior to the regular conference. Watch here for more details.

The Broad Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Experience downtown Los Angeles and it’s vibrant contemporary art scene. Hosted by David Carlson. The trip will begin with hopping on the Goldline metro station, right in APU’s backyard and traveling to downtown to visit the Broad Museum, which houses an amazing collection of contemporary art from Eli and Edythe Broad. The trip will continue across the street to MOCA, Los Angeles. MOCA will be featuring a 35 year retrospective exhibition of Kerry James Marshall’s work. This trip is limited to 24 people. Note: This trip involves 1/2 to one mile of walking.

The Getty Center and Museum, Los Angeles

Spend a beautiful day at The Getty Center and Museum in Los Angeles. The Center is know worldwide for its art collection, architecture and gardens. Special Exhibitions include, In Focus, Jane and Louise Wilson’s Sealander, Thomas Annan: Photographer of Glasgow, and Gerard David: An Early Netherlandish Altarpiece Reassembled. This trip is limited to 20 people.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Considered one of the best museums in California, a visit to LACMA is a rich and cultural experience, hosted by Barry Krammes. Along with LACMA’s amazing permanent collection of art, special exhibitions include, Moholy Nagy: Future Present, Renaissance and Reformation: German Art In The Age of Durer and Cranach, and An Irruption of the Rainbow: Color In 20th Century Art. This trip is limited to 20 people.

The Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena

Experience Old Town Pasadena and one of the best collections of Modern Art in Southern California. Hosted by Shelby Moser, the trip will start on the Goldline metro station, right in APU’s backyard. Enjoy a nice walk  through Old Town Pasadena to the Norton Simon Museum. Special Exhibitions include, Serial Flirtations: Rotari’s Muses, and Maven of Modernism: Galka Scheyer in California. This trip is limited to 20 people. Note: This trip involves approximately one mile of walking.

Printmaking Workshop

Steve PrinceSteve Prince, workshop instructor, serves on CIVA’s Board of Directors. He is a native of New Orleans, and currently resides in Meadville, Pennsylvania, where he is an Assistant Professor of Art and Artist in Residence at Allegheny College. He received his B.F.A. from Xavier University of Louisiana and his M.F.A. in printmaking and sculpture from Michigan State University. Prince has shown his art internationally in various solo, group, and juried exhibitions and has created a number of public artworks, including an eight- by sixteen-foot wood relief cruciform sculpture titled Make Me Over for Christian High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan. An accomplished lecturer and preacher, Prince is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the 2010 Teacher of the Year for the City of Hampton, Virginia. Maintaining that “we are all living epistles,” Prince aims to take his visual ministry to the streets, where art can become a bridge to help people find their way from brokenness to beauty. Prince is the owner of One Fish Studio, LLC.

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