Artsy x CalArts

Artsy Fairs
Feb 5, 2019 10:04PM

Pick up your limited edition tote bag at ALAC featuring Mountain of Change by Brenna Youngblood in support of CalArts Community Arts Partnership

Suggested Donations

$10 provides clay for one animation student's stop-motion film

$25 buys a packet of special paper for hand-drawn animation

$50 supplies a new Wacom drawing tablet for digital art

$75 covers the cost for a tripod and lights for a student short film

$100 equips a class of 30 students with watercolor paint, easels, and paper

Join us during the VIP preview with Brenna Youngblood

Wednesday, February 13th


Visit our booth

Thursday, February 14th–Sunday, February 18th | 11:00am–6:00pm

Art Los Angeles Contemporary

The Barker Hangar

3021 Airport Avenue

Santa Monica, CA 90405

About Brenna Youngblood

Brenna Youngblood was born in Riverside, CA and lives in Los Angeles. Youngblood received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from California State University, Long Beach in 2002 and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2006. One-person exhibitions of her work have been presented at the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle (2015); Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA (2015); Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (2014); Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA (2007); and the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA (2006). Her work has been included in thematic exhibitions such asExpanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C. (2017);Sonic Rebellion: Music as Resistance, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (2017);Face to Face: Los Angeles Collects Portraiture, California African American Museum, Los Angeles (2017);L.A. Exuberance: New Gifts by Artists, Los Angeles County Museum of Art(2016);Fore, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York (2012); andMade in L.A., Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2012), among others.

CalArts Community Arts Program

In 1990, California Institute for the Arts (CalArts) established the award-winning CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP) program, the first program of its kind in the United States. Through CAP, CalArts faculty, alumni, and students teach animation, creative writing, dance, film, music, photography, and visual art to 2,500 Los Angeles County youth every year through tuition-free in-school, after-school, and summer programs at community organizations and public schools. CAP adapts the Institute’s college-level pedagogical approach for young people, which stems from an emphasis on experimentation, risk taking, interdisciplinarity, and play. With classes led by a teaching corps of accomplished CalArts alumni and student instructors, CAP participants learn to create original works of art and to experiment with prevailing conventions of artistic expression. CAP’s success has served as a model for other arts education organizations locally and nationally. The program has received numerous honors, including the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, which recognizes exemplary programs that foster the creative and intellectual development of America’s children. Through CAP, Los Angeles County youth gain access to high quality, sequential arts instruction and mentorship, regardless of their neighborhood or socioeconomic circumstances.

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