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Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art
Moshayedi, a curator at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, opens the Fall Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
The gallery kicks off the semester with an exhibition of work by the newest faculty members of the department of art.
Step into another world inside the Barrick Museum of Art through a new exhibition from L.A. artist Andrew Schoultz. Plus: Guess how many Rebels were drafted by the MLB.
The Barrick comes alive from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, June 22 with free workshops and music for all ages.
Join the free opening reception at the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art 5-8 p.m. June 2.
Civin joins the college effective July 15, following eight years with the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA).
The artists discuss what it means to make art in Las Vegas today.
Sessions start at the top of each hour from 1 to 5 p.m.
Longtime New Yorker writer will explore ways art and science have been approached together, and separately, over the years.
The scholar and artist unpacks her 'Scouted' series, a re-contextualization of location shots behind the classic Martin Scorsese film Casino (1995).
Personalize an object with beads. Join the museum in welcoming artist Noelle Garcia for a workshop.
As part of the curated screening, artist and filmmaker Chris Coy will show his film BARNRAZER, as well as selected works by artists Jon Rafman and Andrew Norman Wilson.
Lowenthal examines the evolutionary exchanges between design, historical legacies, and their effect on the production of subjectivity.
Gemma Marmalade is a British artist and professor in photographic art practice at the University of Derby, specializing in experimental approaches to the radical intersections of photography, video, and performance.
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Welcome to Andrew Schoultz’s world.
He painted eyes and patterns on bright yellow bursts with broad red strokes, playing with the space like a skateboarder doing tricks on a rail. Schoultz adapted his style to other skate parks, and now Winchester has his signature look, a simpler read of his work. A graphic art version of his complex paintings, murals, and installations. A skateboarder himself, the Los Angeles-based artist works with the structure of skate parks designed to simulate random infiltration in public space, which brings street art back to a supportive subculture.
While many skateparks are just graffiti-scrawled concrete slabs and rusted rails, the Clark County Winchester Cultural Center’s is a surreal wonderland. That’s thanks to Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Schoultz, who recently decked out the park’s ramps, pyramids and other obstacles in his signature illustrative style. He invited community members to learn and contribute to the work on April 17. Photographer Mikayla Whitmore was there to document the day. Check out her photos below.