Carnegie Art Museum update for March 28 — Artist Talk and Demonstration with Nikita Budkov and Zara Monet Feeney

March 28, 2019
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Artist  Talk and Demonstration with Nikita Budkov and Zara Monet Feeney

Free event for Members only and a guest

Sunday, April 7, 2019 11:00 am – 1:00 p.m.

Space is limited, reservation required education@carnegieam.org

Meet artist Nikita Budkov and Zara Monet Feeney as they talk about their creative process and demonstrate their individual painting styles.  The event will start at the Carnegie Art Museum and end at the CAM Gallery Studio.

Nikita Budkov, whose work is part of the current exhibit The Imaginary – art commingling realism, is a contemporary Russian-America artist whose painting style is based on contemporary realism, and his visual storytelling often includes mythological and ancient symbolic elements.   He studied with American Russian artist Leon Okun at the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art (LAAFA) and is now a member of the widely recognized and prestigious California Art Club as well as Assistant to the renowned California plein air artist Peter Adams.

Continue the art experience at the CAM Studio Gallery with Guest Studio Artist Zara Monet Feeney where she will share her existing work, a critique of misogyny, and give you an exclusive preview of the work she is currently working on during her residency.  The newer pieces will comment on other political and personal tragedies such as mass violence and the decline of mental health. Feeney will demonstrate how she conveys these ideas in the painted collage of abstract and realistic imagery.

POETRY AT THE CARNEGIE

THE JACKSON WHEELER SERIES

Saturday, April 13  –  Mariano Zaro and Corrine Contreras with CSUCI student poet Corinne Brown

readings begin at 6 pm

$5 / members and students free

Organized and hosted by Marsha de la O

This event is supported in part by Poets & Writers 

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CAM BOOK CLUB

Educated by Tara Westover

Thursday, April 18   6 pm
$5 / CAM members free

Join fellow art and book lovers at our next CAM Book Club discussion. Book selections focus on making connections with art and history inspired by current exhibitions and the museum’s permanent collection.  Click here to learn more about the book.

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GUIDED MEDITATION

Wednesday, April  24

6-7 pm  |  ages 13 to adult     $5 donation / members $3

Buddhist Meditation is an ancient set of teachings, which enables the practitioner to connect body and mind in the moment with utmost loving-kindness to oneself and to the rest of the world  Mindful and light physical movements are used to bring oneself to present moment.

Bhante (Reverend) Sutadhara, a Sri Lankan Buddhist monk whose training is based on Insight Meditation, will guide sessions with quiet time to practice the techniques individually in a relaxing setting surrounded by beautiful art.

For reservations or questions contact us at  805.385.8171 or email: education@carnegieam.org

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FAMILY DAY

Saturday, April 27     noon- 3 pm

Family Day is a day where children of all ages and adults come together to work on projects that help us understand the Museum exhibit and learn about techniques and materials.  Drop in or stay the entire time. There is no admission, although donations to cover materials are always welcome.

Projects are inspired by the current exhibit The Imaginary.

  • Magical Collage
  • Under Water World with recycled materials
  • Collaborative Art Project

No reservations required and admission is FREE for the whole family.

EXHIBITION

through-May 19, 2019
The Imaginary– art commingling realism and imagination

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Like Oil and Vinegar,   oil on panel, 16″ x 20,”  by Elizabeth McGhee 2018.

Peter Adams
Benjamin Anderson
Nikita Budkov
Nansi Bielanski-Gallup
Stephanie Elise
Lani Emanuel
Gail Faulkner
David C. Gallup
Adonna Khare
Joanne Julian
Vanessa Lemen
Sherry Loehr
Elizabeth McGhee
Jeff Mann
Alexandra Manukyan
Jennifer Moses
Andrea Mosley
Mona Neuhaus
Paul Pitsker
Christopher Slatoff
Alexey Steele
Adrienne Stein
William Stout

Exhibited in partnership with The Representational Art Conference (TRAC2019)- a California Lutheran University Arts Initiative Event.

CAM STUDIO GALLERY

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GUEST ARTIST STUDIO HOURS

Thursdays and Fridays  |  11 am – 4 pm

Guest Artist Exhibit-  May 2-June 16, 2019

Reception May 2, 2019  5:30-7:30 (Food Truck Nite) – Free

www.zaramonetfeeney.com

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