Tuesday, January 24, 2017

You Are Invited- Jan 28, 2017 1-3pm - Panel Discussion Moderated by Gregg Chadwick - Art In the Time of Trump

Gregg Chadwick
The Future Is Woke
40”x30” oil on linen  2017

With millions of others, I marched this weekend in the #WomensMarch. Our crowd in Los Angeles numbered around 750,000. The Future Is Woke is the first in a series of paintings exploring this time of change.

Artists often use their creations as a sort of reflecting device that mirrors and focuses the viewers attention on social and political change.  As Marvin Gaye sang so poignantly- “What’s going on.”

As we carry the spirit of the Women's March forward: On Saturday, January 28th 2017, from 1-3pm at the Santa Monica Art Studios, a vibrant panel discussion on Art in the Time of Trump will be held. 

Santa Monica Art Studios, 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica CA 90405

Confirmed Panelists:

Yareli Arizmendi - Actress/Screenwriter 

Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn - Senior Editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books http://colorwebmag.com/2016/04/18/exclusive-interview-janice-rhoshalle-littlejohn-lovers-right-mind/

Artist Leigh Salgado http://leighsalgado.com/

Jay Zabriskie - Television Producer, Director, AD

Michael Malek Najjar - Playwright/Director Assistant professor of Theatre Arts at the University of Oregon

Jody David Armour - Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law at the University of Southern California

Moderated by contemporary artist Gregg Chadwick 

Art in the Time of Trump will be part of our satellite art event “More Art Here” running concurrently with the Art Los Angeles Contemporary art fair across the street from the Santa Monica Art Studios at Barker Hangar.
Our panel discussion Art in the Time of Trump will be held at the Santa Monica Art Studios, 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica CA 90405

Please RSVP at greggchadwick@gmail.com


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