Exhibition Walkthrough with Curator Maru García: Radical Propagations

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March 26th, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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18th Street Arts Center
3026 Airport Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Exhibition Walkthrough with Curator Maru García: Radical Propagations

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Exhibition Walkthrough with Curator Maru García: Radical Propagations
Saturday, March 26, 2022
11-11:30 am | English tour
12-12:30 pm | Spanish tour
11-1 pm | Open Studios
Join curator Maru García for an in-person exhibition walkthrough of Radical Propagations at 18th Street Arts Center’s Propeller Gallery, Airport Campus (3026 Airport Ave, Santa Monica, CA) on Saturday, March 26. There will be two 30-minute tours offered, one in English at 11 am and one in Spanish at 12 pm.
Just as a plant is propagated by splitting and rooting, Radical propagations includes the work of artists and activists whose practice focuses on the creation of regeneration spaces. Curated by artist and researcher Maru García, this exhibition features the work of artists Alberto Tlatoa, Lucía Monge, Rashonda Bartney, Rebecca Youssef, and Yrneh Gabon.
After the tour, artists in residence at 18th Street Arts Center’s Airport campus will host Open Studios where visitors can see their exciting work in progress. Also, Market Exchange vendors will be on site selling their artisanal goods.
This is an in-person event and masks will be required at all times inside the gallery. Please register in advance.
This exhibition and the research leading up to it is made possible by the Artists At Work program, a collaboration between THE OFFICE performing arts + film and the LA County Department of Arts and Culture; the City of Santa Monica, and 18th Street’s generous community of donors. Maru García is a participating artist in the Artists At Work initiative in Los Angeles County 2021-2022. Many thanks also to the thought partnership of Santa Monica’s Sustainable Works.
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Exhibition Walkthrough with Curator Maru García: Radical Propagations