Field Trip: Los Angeles County Museum of Art | January 12
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Friday, January 12, 2024 — 10:00 am
LACMA is inviting Ebell members for a privately hosted, docent-led visit to two prime exhibits – Painting in the River of Angels: Judy Baca; and Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction.
In the 1970s Judy Baca, artist, activist and professor of Chicano Studies, World Arts and Cultures at USC, conceived The Great Wall as a monument to the people of California, designing and painting a mural on the walls of the LA River. Now, 50 years later Baca, along with artists from the Social and Public Art Resource Center, transforms a museum into a studio, expanding The Great Wall of Los Angeles into the 21st century, painting two sections of the mural at LACMA.
Woven Histories traces how, when and why abstract art intersected with woven textiles over the past century. With over 150 works by an international roster of artists, this exhibition reveals how fashion design was impacted by modernist art forms.
Free validated parking in the LACMA facility.
$5 Members & Guests
Maximum 30 guests
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Lizzie Blatt and Barbara Greenfield, Co-Chairs
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Meet at LACMA Ticket Office at 10:00 am
No-Host Luncheon to follow at Fanny’s Restaurant adjacent to the museum.