In recognition of Earth Day 2022, join us as the Los Angeles Printmaking Society (LAPS) presents WILD LIFE featuring artists addressing a range of issues facing native wildlife. The exhibition activities will also feature a special Earth Day printmaking workshop and a presentation from CLAW. CLAW supports local wildlife by the creation and expansion of protected corridors and overpasses for safe passage to the essential connected habitats of our impacted mountain lion population.
Come see the show in person starting May 1
Earth Day Celebration April 23rd, 2 pm – 5 pm
Closing Reception Saturday, May 21, 1:30 pm – 3 pm
To learn more about LAPS visit laprintmakingsociety.org.
Bottleneck, Daniela Barbani
Adornment | Artifact is a multi-venue art experience that celebrates ancient Nubia through contemporary art, events, and conversations. Housed at multiple sites across the city, Adornment | Artifact investigates how contemporary artworks made in Los Angeles by LA-based artists engage and express the traditions, objects and materials that shaped the cultures of the Nile River Valley.
Join our free weekly workshops! Ages 12+ Free! on Zoom! Mondays 4:30pm – 5:30pm Register at: linktr.ee/CFAER
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$5 – $10
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