Friday Art Night—Personal Landscape
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Thu, 10/13/2022 – 12:01
Friday Art Night classes are a great way to end the week!
Taking inspiration from the exhibition Park Dae Sung: Virtuous Ink and Contemporary Brush and other artworks that explore an Indigenous and a non-European approach to landscape, participants will use various mediums to create their own personal landscape. This workshop explores the relationship between lived experiences and images of nature. With artist Eszter Delgado. This program will take place indoors on LACMA’s campus.
Supplies are included with tuition.
About the Instructor
Eszter Delgado is a Los Angeles–based artist, educator, activist, and curator. She received her BFA from Cal Poly Humboldt with a Minor in Multi-Cultural Studies, and MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Eszter has taught art all over California, from the Hoopa and Yurok reservations in Northern California to the southern U.S.-Mexico border and in Maui, Hawai’i, at the Kamehameha School. Her work responds to cultural and societal issues and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Eszter has participated in food and water drops near the U.S.-Mexico Border, which informed her most recent installation project.
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-Fri, 11/11/2022 – 20:00
Image: Photo © Museum Associates/LACMA
Learn more about the complete catalogue of LACMA programs for all ages—many free. Discover film screenings, art talks and classes, music, creative fun for kids, wellness activities, and more.
Adult Art Classes are supported in part by the Dorothy Schick Endowment Fund.
Members $45; General public $50