Exhibitions Closing | Final Public Programs for Temporary Havens
Temporary Havens Gallery Talk w/ Exhibition Curator Dean Daderko
Thursday, June 8, 2017
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Join guest curator Dean Daderko and Lawndale's Studio Artist Program participants Melinda Laszczysnki, Randi Long, and Sarah Welch for a gallery walk through of "Temporary Havens" during its final week on view.
The residents in Round 11 of Lawndale's Artist Studio Program create new visions, sounds, and ideas that will change the way you experience the world around you. Through prints, drawings, hand-drawn animations, and a newly created comic book that explores the near-future in an ecologically disrupted Gulf Coast; an expansive, gestural installation of playfully perverse, glittery and gritty abstract paintings and sculptures enlivened with video; and household items and refuse wired together to produce explosive sound, as well as quieter collages and scores that synthesize the act of looking and listening, these artists invent worlds for us to enter, explore, inhabit. and enjoy.
Plant Prints at Lawndale
Sunday June 11, 2017
1 -3 PM
$5 - Space Limited (20); RSVP Highly Recommended
Come celebrate the last day of Lawndale's current exhibitions in our Plant Prints at Lawndale workshop! In this workshop, attendees will create prints using everyday materials, no printing press or printmaking experience required! These prints are inspired by the biome within Sarah Welch's "Holdouts", on view in our O'Quinn Gallery as part of "Temporary Havens," our 2017 Artist Studio Program exhibition.
John M. O'Quinn Gallery
Cecily E. Horton Gallery
The Memory of a Particular Image
Grace R. Cavnar Gallery
The Room Nobody Lives In
Wednesday 12 - 6 PM
Thursday 12 - 8 PM
Friday 12 - 6 PM
Saturday 12 - 5 PM
Sunday 12 - 5 PM
Lawndale Art Center develops local contemporary artists and the audience for their art.