The Irvine Museum opens “California Scene Paintings: 1920s-1970s,” a special exhibition from Jan. 18 to May 8, guest curated by Gordon T. McClelland. Part of the larger Regionalist art movement of the 1930s-1970s era, California Scene Painting–a term first […]
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Manuscripts, letters, documents, pamphlets and mementos illuminating the history of Laguna Beach as an art colony and the contributions of men and women artists who shaped it comprise the heart of a new exhibition opening next week at UC Irvine’s Langson Library. “Open Air & Light: Art in Laguna Beach 1906-1941,” opens on Wednesday, Oct. […]
Exhibitor and videographer Rick Graves will lead an expose of the evolution of video arts on Tuesday, Aug. 7 during the Festival of Arts’ Art Talks, which take place at noon on the grounds of the art show. On Thursday, Aug. 9, Festival goers have the chance to learn from the president of the Irvine […]