Carnegie Art Museum update for Oct. 6

October 6, 2017
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Thank you to our generous donors during September…

Including each of the attendees for the 3rd annual HOME is where the heART is at the home of Mona and Tom Neuhaus. Click here to view the photos from this fabulous fundraiser!

Thank you to the artists for their donations to the Fiesta Noche Art Sale Fund Raiser the list is growing! Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase small masterpieces donated by SoCal artists!

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ART SALE ARTISTS 
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FIESTA NOCHE DE RECUERDOS

Saturday, October 14

6-9 pm  |  6-7 VIP Preview Reception

               7-9 General Event Reception

A Spectacular Evening cherishing memories and remembering loved ones.

Music, food, specialty drinks, amazing desserts, affordable art, prizes and Día de los Muertos Altar in memory of Jackson Wheeler.

A CAM Cornerstones Fundraiser. Click here to learn more and purchase tickets.

FREE FAMILY DAY

DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS CELEBRATION
Saturday, October 28
12:00 noon -3:00pm

Join us for the Carnegie Art Museum’s annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Family Day, a time to celebrate life and loved ones.   Explore the rich traditions of this important holiday as you enjoy the altar (ofrenda), hands-on activities with CAM and Lakeshore Learning Store staff and volunteers, gallery tours, story time, face painting, pan de muerto and much more.  No reservations required and admission is FREE for the whole family. 

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

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The Avalanche and The Silence
New Works by  Linda Arreola

The duality between tumultuousness and serenity explored in a new series of geometric paintings by an Award Winner of the California Community Foundation 2016 Fellowship for Visual Artists.

through November 19, 2017

Gallery Talk: Linda Arreola
Thursday, November 9
6 pm     $5  / members free 

catalog available 

Collecting/California Latino Art 
Selected works of California Latino art from the Carnegie’s Collection will be shown including the 21ft History of the Chicano Movimiento by Frank Romero, recently  returned from his retrospective at the Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach.  Carnegie’s focus on collecting Latino Art began in 1994 with a group exhibition curated by Frank Romero.

The Fall exhibits honor, but are not a part of, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino Art in LA being exhibited at art institutions throughout Southern California.

CAM STUDIO GALLERY

The Drawn Art of Dave Velasquez

through October 31

Reception – Friday, October  20          5-7pm      free
click here to learn more.

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