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04 September 2011 1 - 4 PM
ASAP @ LACE
LACE is located in the heart of Hollywood, an ideal place to observe and contemplate the collision of Los Angeles -- its intricate networks hum with activity as resources are transferred and spaces are reconstructed through use or development. ASAP’s 2011 Re-Visions of LA drawing workshops will build conversations around how our urban environments are constructed and what that means to our every day lives. Each month a new group of artists will spend an afternoon at LACE providing free drawing classes.
All levels and ages are welcome as we talk about Hollywood while drawing our surroundings.
All workshops are free, and all materials will be supplied.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Liz Nurenberg relocated to the Los Angeles area from the Midwest in 2009 to attend graduate school at Claremont Graduate University where she received her MFA in December 2010. Prior to that she worked at Ox-Bow School of Art and Artist’s Residency program for several years after receiving a fellowship scholarship there in 2002. Primarily working in sculpture, her interactive objects act as experience stations where viewers can form relationships both to the work and to other viewers. In her work, interactivity explores ideas of intimacy, personal space, and how the body physically connects with something while confusing the line between viewers and viewed.
Timo Fahler holds a BFA in Ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute (09), and is currently an MFA candidate at UCLA. He began his creative work as a graffiti writer in Tulsa Oklahoma, and at the age of 20, moved to San Diego to search out a more creative atmosphere. With the help of his cousin, John Paul Hernandez, Timo opened The Co-Op, San Diego’s first “outsider/street artist” venue and musicians club. As an artist, musician, and cyclist, he became immersed in ...read more >