Carnegie Art Museum update for Feb. 8

February 8, 2018
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POETRY AT THE CARNEGIE – THE JACKSON WHEELER SERIES

 Verónica Reyes and Ellen Reich

Saturday, February 10

6 pm 

$5 / members free

Organized by Phil Taggart & Hosted by Marsha de la O

This event is supported in part by Poets & Writers  

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CAM BOOK CLUB

Join fellow art and book lovers at our monthly book discussions. Book selections focus on making connections with art and history inspired by current exhibitions and the museum’s permanent collection.

Ruby by Cynthia Bond

Thursday, February 15

6 pm

$5 / members free

click here to learn more.

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BUILDING BLOCKS OF ART

These art exploration classes help kids explore the tools artists use to build works of art from line to texture and everything in between. In each session, students are introduced to one or two building blocks and a different technique inspired by the current exhibits on display. Students will then apply what they learn to create their own art.

Saturday, February 17 

10:30 am – noon –  Form & Space

 $10 each participant

Reservations and prepayment required / space is limited. Click here to enroll online or call 805.385.8171

Closing Exhibition

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through February 18
Expressions of Life / Ricardo Palavecino

Over 40 portraits selected from the photographer’s continuing documentary series, which reveals the distinctiveness of individuals and showcases the human spirit.

Cinematographer, videographer, and photographer, Palavecino has created imagery for an extensive list of television networks and production companies including:  Reuters, Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, Sony Pictures, Sundance Channel, and KCET’s Departures.

Upcoming Exhibition

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March 11 – May 27, 2018

Black & White and In Between: Contemporary Art from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation

Opening Reception
Saturday, March 10

4-6 pm  / $10 / members free

Cultural and Community Services

The Cultural and Community Services Department is committed to providing a wide range of exceptional programs, services, and events that encourage and promote a full, enriched, and active life. This includes free and equal access to information and resources, quality artistic, cultural, and entertainment experiences, and offerings that embrace diversity and promote wellness, civic pride, and lifelong learning.
The Cultural and Community Services Department divisions include:

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