We had a great morning joining the private gallery tour of the "Chapters: Book Arts in California" exhibition at the Craft & Folk Art Museum on Sunday, 3/26/17. Insight was added by attendance of artists and SCWCA members Cheri Gaulke and Sue Ann Robinson who talked about the context of their work and its execution. If you missed it or want to see it again, the exhibition continues thru 5/7/17.

We had a great afternoon at the private gallery tour of the "Chapters: Book Arts in California" exhibition at the Craft & Folk Art Museum on Sunday, 3/26/17. Insight was added by attendance of artists and SCWCA members Cheri Gaulke and Sue Ann Robinson who talked about the context of their work and its execution. If you missed it or want to see it again, the exhibition continues thru 5/7/17.

Photographer Jeff Atherton will present his large artist book "Notes from a Lost Play," which uses both text and photographic images. No-host lunch at Claire's (museum restaurant) and a tour of "Masterworks: Defining a New Narrative" exhibition to follow organized by Karen Schifman.

For further details visit the SCWCA Facebook Event Invitation

The Ingelwood Open Studios continue from 12-5pm on Nov. 8 & 9. 2014. Several women artists in the Beacon Arts Building will also open studios early for SCWCA members during the pre-tour.

Beacon Arts Building
808 La Brea Ave.
Inglewood 90302

For more information on the 8th Annual Inglewood Open Studios, visit their Facebook page.

Please join us for a member meet up, Walkthru and Artist talk on the opening day of "Zarina Paper Like Skin" exhibition at the UCLA Hammer Museum. The artist Zarina and curator Allegra Pesenti will host a conversation in the gallery.

Listen to the conversation online at hammer.ucla.edu/watchlisten/watchlisten/show_id/1221252

Exhibition walk-thru of "Under the Big Black Sun" at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

As a part of the Pacific Standard Time initiative, this survey exhibition examines the rise of pluralistic art practices across the state spanning the years of 1974 to 1981, beginning with Richard Nixon’s resignation and ending with Ronald Reagan’s inauguration.

Walkthru and Artist Talk with Artist MERION ESTES and gallerists ANNA MELIKSETIAN and SHOMAIS GHASSEMI

SCWCA tour and artist's talk on Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 to welcome Galerie Anaïs at Bergamot Station.

Galerie Anaïs at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica features emerging and mid-career local artists. The debut show "Lost Horizons" features new works by Los Angeles painter Merion Estes. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Betty Ann Brown.