Homemakers: An Art Exhibition Featuring 25 Women Artists in an Underground Tunnel

25 Women Artists Take Over a Los Angeles Underground Tunnel with

HOME MAKERS?

Exhibition

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Free art exhibit to take place for one night only on July 12 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Presenting more than 75 works by 25 female artists,

HOME MAKERS?

is the first Los Angeles exhibition to highlight women makers in a setting free from the hierarchies that segregate fine arts and craft. Curated by Renae Barnard, this exhibition connects women artists from diverse communities directly with visitors for one night only,

Saturday July 12, 2014from 6:00pm-10:00pm

Operating outside the traditional art market, the exhibition will take place in an underground tunnel

in East Los Angeles and provide 100% of sales directly to the participating artists. The tunnel walls will feature photography by Leila May, Maria Garcia-Clark and Cathleen Parra, paintings by Alice Maldonado, Elwing Gonzales, and Nicole Reyes, illustrations by Cheryl Angel and Olivia Healy-Mirkovich, and sculptural fiber works by Renae Barnard, Fang Li, Jacqueline Meyers-Cho, Kin Chen and Vanessa Fry.

The above ground intersection will be temporarily closed to traffic allowing for installation artists Diana Madriaga, Debbie Carlson, Jaklin Romine and Olga Lah to literally take over the street. Ceramicists Sharon Hardy and Sarah Hagen will be hosting vignettes of their work above ground alongside fiber artist Cara Mullinary, Julie Roth and Julie Kornblum and sculptors/ jewelry designer Robin Little. Master of Ceremonies Rebekah Waites will be spinning tunes all evening and introducing a special performance by Jessica Ceballos at 7:30pm.

View the event gallery with captions at

http://renaebarnard.com/portfolio/public-art/home-makers/1

Home Makers? An Exhibition of 25 Women Artists In & Around an East LA Underground Tunnel

HOME MAKERS? EXHIBITION

July 12, 2014 6:00pm-10:00pm

Los Angeles (May 1, 2014)

Presenting more than 75 works by 22 female artists,

HOME MAKERS? is the first Los Angeles exhibition to highlight women makers in a setting free from the hierarchies that segregate fine arts and crafts. Curated by Renae Barnard, this exhibition connects women artists from diverse communities directly with visitors for one night only:

Saturday, July 12 from 6:00pm-10: 00 pm.

Operating outside the traditional art market, the exhibition will take place in an underground tunnel in East Los Angeles and provide 100% of sales directly to the participating artists. The tunnel walls will feature photography by Leila May, Maria Garcia-Clark and Cathleen Parra, paintings by Alice Maldonado, Elwing Gonzales, and Nicole Reyes, illustrations by Cheryl Angel and Olivia Healy-Mirkovich, and sculptural fiber works by Renae Barnard, Fang Li, Jacqueline Meyers-Cho, Kin Chen and Vanessa Fry.

The above ground intersection will be temporarily closed to traffic allowing for installation artists Diana Madriaga, Debbie Carlson, Jaklin Romine, and Olga Lah to take over the street. Ceramicists Sharon Hardy and Sarah Hagen will be hosting vignettes of their work above ground alongside fiber artist Cara Mullinary, Julie Roth and Julie Kornblum and sculptors/ jewelry designers Terina Nicole and Robin Little. Master of Ceremonies Rebekkah Waites will be spinning tunes all evening and introducing an exceptional performance by Jessica Ceballos at 7:30 pm.

General Information:

Cypress Village Tunnel 3400 N. Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA 90042

Saturday, July 12th 6-10pm.

Street parking on Figueroa. Loreto Street closed to traffic.

Admission: Free of charge

Contact:

Email:

renaebarnard@gmail.com

Web:

www.renaebarnard.com

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/events/686484281372561/

SAVE THE DATE: JULY 12TH 2014 (6-10PM)

Home Makers?

An exhibition in cooperation with the Cypress Village Art Walk. Located in an underground tunnel and the surrounding intersection of Figueroa and Loreto Streets in Los Angeles.

Most people think of home as a building or structure. Some call a city or a country home, while others struggle with homelessness or ultimately resolve that home is merely a feeling.

What defines a homemaker and how does our understanding of this role impact gender norms? Visual Artists and Performers will investigate these themes. A roster of included artists and performers is coming soon! Stay tuned!

The primary sponsors are Antigua Coffee House and Fine Art Solutions. Renae Barnard is curating the event.