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Museum Opens Three New Exhibits

Museum Opens Three New Exhibits

The main work in the Laguna Art Museum’s newest exhibition looks like a supine member of the Blue Man Group. “Pigment Figure No. 1” consists of a human figure in a horizontal position and is made of plaster and covered in blue pigment. It’s part of Lita Albuquerque’s “Particle Horizon” exhibition, one of three new […]

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Catch Ferguson Live!

Catch Ferguson Live!

Trombonist Kurt Ferguson and Friends will be performing in the Live! at the Museum concert series at the Laguna Art Museum from 7- 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 9. Ferguson is the music director at the Cate School in Santa Barbara. Live! at the Museum is free to museum members and to non-members with museum admission. […]

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Limelight Shines on Magician of Color and Light

Limelight Shines on Magician of Color and Light

The Laguna Art Museum presents its third California Art Award to Light and Space artist Peter Alexander on Saturday, Sept. 27, at a reception. Art scholar Ruth Westphal received the first award two years ago, with painter Wayne Thiebaud following last year. The award had been designed to recognize Southern California individuals who have made […]

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Joint Effort Debuts at Museum

Joint Effort Debuts at Museum

By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy   A preview of this year’s Laguna Dance Festival in the form of “Ekphrasis,” a dance performance inspired by the 1967 Lee Mullican painting titled “Lotus Land,” makes its debut Thursday, Aug. 14, at the Laguna Art Museum. Set to music by composer Alan Chan and choreographed by Bernard […]

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Duo Light up the Museum

Duo Light up the Museum

  Florence and Bob Estrin will perform at 7 p.m. in the Live! at the Museum concert series Thursday, July 10, at the Laguna Art Museum. Estrin is a musician, composer and teacher, who performs and composes for the keyboard. Estrin has a diverse career as a flutist. The concert is free to museum members […]

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Corrections:

Corrections:

In the June 20 article, “The President Rolls Through Town,” the name of UC Irvine Prof. James L. McGaugh was spelled incorrectly.   A book signing by Liz Fenton and Lisa Stein took place last week at Laguna Beach Books, not Laguna Art Museum.   A battle of the bands contest to win a recording […]

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Sister Exhibits Illustrate Brandt’s Legacy

Sister Exhibits Illustrate Brandt’s Legacy

Laguna College of Art and Design lacks any finished Rex Brandt paintings in its possession, but boasts 80 boxes, many still unpacked, of the artist’s archives. The cache of sketchbooks, textbooks written by Brandt, as well as his brushes and a well-worn easel were donated to the college three years ago by his wife Joan […]

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 Major Laguna Sculptor Dies

Major Laguna Sculptor Dies

By Bolton Colburn, Special to the Independent Long-time Laguna Beach resident and ceramic sculptor Jerry Rothman died Thursday, June 5, of a heart attack at a hospital near his sculpture park and home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. During the last few years of his life Rothman was unable to work due to the […]

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Art Seen

Art Seen

Studying Oil Painting and Native Creatures Enjoy an informative tour of the Pacific Marine Mammal Center on Saturday, April 12, with a close-up view of live sea lions, followed by a hands-on art project, taught by a professional instructor Mary Hurlbut. Everyone takes home finished art. Beginners are welcome and all supplies are included. The fee […]

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Defending Town’s Artistic Legacy

Defending Town’s Artistic Legacy

Editor, (The letter also went to council members.) I enthusiastically support Louis Longi’s Laguna Canyon artists live/work project and encourage the City Council to approve the project. In 1929 the Laguna Beach Art Association opened a grand, custom-built gallery designed by the prominent Los Angeles architect Myron Hunt as a place to exhibit and sell […]

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Exhibit Reveals the Soul of Warriors

Exhibit Reveals the Soul of Warriors

  A seated man holds a hyena, an animal not exactly known for its docility, as if he were holding a lamb. Both man and beast appear at peace, having reached a common point of introspection. And, while the animal’s face has an articulated vaguely human look, the man’s face is more roughly rendered, save […]

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Museum Stages Mock Art Heist

Museum Stages Mock Art Heist

  Titled “The Art of the Heist,” Laguna Art Museum will hold its annual art auction Saturday, Feb. 8, beginning at 6 p.m., promising a party atmosphere that takes its cues from “The Thomas Crown Affair,” about an art-stealing playboy. Early arrivers have a chance to nab bargains first during a silent auction, while the […]

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Arts Leaders Fire Up for 2014

Arts Leaders Fire Up for 2014

By Daniella Walsh | LB Indy Laguna Art Museum’s executive director Malcolm Warner stands poised to begin his third year at its helm, and eagerly anticipates successes and challenges of 2014. He is not alone. While local arts leaders take satisfaction in last year’s high points, they enthusiastically embrace the coming 12 months. Warner hopes […]

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Songs of the Season Sound at the Museum

Songs of the Season Sound at the Museum

Sacred and secular songs of the season will be performed by the Angels of Venice at the Laguna Art Museum on Thursday, Dec. 12, from 7 – 8 p.m., 307 Cliff Dr. The trio includes Carol Tatum, Susan Craig Winsberg and Christina  Linhardt who interpret ancient music for the modern ear with voice, harp and […]

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Gearing Up for World AIDS Day

Gearing Up for World AIDS Day

Laguna Beach’s downtown trees will be adorned with card enscribed with the name of one of the 500 local residents claimed by HIV/AIDS since 1981 in recognition of World AIDS Day this Sunday, Dec. 1. Free HIV testing and an evening vigil, both at Main Beach, as well as a free concert and program at […]