STUDIO CHATS: a conversation with contemporary creatives in a time of COVID with curator, writer, and NBPL Foundation CEO Meg Linton
This 24-minute conversational Q&A format in the artists’ studios gives an intimate glimpse of what three contemporary artists and an architect are working on and thinking about during this time of physical distancing and uncertainty. Creativity never sleeps, so join the NBPLF for inspiring chats about art and now. See schedule below:
Studio Chat #1 via ZOOM, FREE w/ Reservation
Tuesday, August 25, 1:05pm
Photo credit Deborah Aschheim (pen and ink drawings/social media project on Instagram)
Studio Chat #2 via ZOOM, FREE w/ Reservation
Tuesday, September 1, 1:05pm
Santa Barbara-based architect Michael Patrick Porter discusses how the pandemic is shaping conversations about urban planning and home design for the future.
Success by Design Revealing Profiles of California Architects by Jenn Kennedy
Studio Chat #3 via ZOOM, FREE w/ Reservation
Tuesday, September 8, 1:05pm
Artist Holly Tempo will discuss her abstract paintings inspired by her daily walks in her Inglewood Neighborhood.
Studio Chat #4 via ZOOM, FREE w/ Reservation
Tuesday, September 15, 1:05pm
Artist Juan Carlos Muñoz Hernandez discusses his recent abstract paintings and sculptures inspired by his neighborhood and growing up in Boyle Heights.
Event details and RSVP Information:
• All virtual Studio Chats take place on Tuesdays at 1:05pm
• Location: NBPL Foundation’s ZOOM Webinar Room
• Virtual Doors open 10 minutes before the program begins promptly at 1:05pm
• FREE event with reservation