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Fund Raising Event benefiting Carnegie Art Museum’s exhibit and education programs!

28 September 2017

Fiesta Noche de Recuerdos

celebrate memories, contemporary art and heritage

Saturday, October 14 , 2017  – 6-9pm

at Carnegie Art Museum/ reservations required

info:  carnegieam.org/ 805 385-8158

Event Information:

Fiesta Noche de Recuerdos

A Spectacular Evening cherishing memories and remembering loved ones while aiding the Museum’s exhibit and education programs! Music by Dueto Romantico Angel y Paloma, hops, specialty drinks, catering by Pacifica Culinary Arts Academy, amazing desserts, VIP preview hour, affordable art, and a Día de los Muertos Altar in memory of Jackson Wheeler.  Costumes in the Day of the Dead theme appreciated but not obligatory. View Linda Arreola’s exhibit The Avalanche and The Silence and a select showing of California Latino Art by Frank Romero, Gronk, David Flury, Carlos Almaraz, Patssi Valdez and Andrea Yomtob.

 

RSVP by October 7, 2017 – 805.385.8158 or @carnegieam.org

$100 VIP 6pm preview admission, swag bag & drawing ticket

$90 VIP 6pm preview admission & swag bag

$50 CAM members 7-9pm admission & refreshments

$60 general 7-9pm admission & refreshments

Fiesta Art Sale Fundraiser

Purchase small masterpieces donated by SoCal artists before public release.

VIPs have first purchase opportunity during 6-7pm preview.


Supported by Carnegie Art Museum Cornerstones – a 501©3 non-profit.

Proceeds benefit Museum exhibit and education programs.

 

Fiesta Noche de Recuerdos Sponsors:

Fuego/Fire –

Amy Cherot

Law Office Of Joseph A. Rund

Agua/Water –

Grant courtesy Suzanne Chadwick

Keith & Arlene Beckwith, Realtors, affiliated with Keller Williams

Darin and Lisa Hornbaker

Denise and Greg Sanford

The Green Law Group, LLP

 

Fiesta Brew Sponsor – Anacapa Brewing Company

Fiesta Dessert Sponsor – Desserts To Die For

Fiesta Marigold Sponsor – Sun Valley Floral

 

Fiesta Noche de Recuerdos will be set amid the smart, geometric art of one of California Community Foundation’s 2016 Fellowship in Visual Arts Award Winners, Linda Arreola, whose major Carnegie exhibit will coincide with the Getty’s own Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exploring Latin American and Latino art in exhibits from San Diego to Santa Barbara. Above in Carnegie’s Mezzanine Gallery to spread the educational value of the Día de los Muertos tradition, will be an ofrenda (altar) in memory of the late poet and art collector Jackson Wheeler. Hanging above will be papel picado designs customized by Los Angeles print artist Daniel Gonzalez. California Latino art from Carnegie’s collection will also be exhibited, including the 21ft History of the Chicano Movimiento by Frank Romero newly returned from his retrospective at the Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach. Live music by Dueto Romantico Angel Y Paloma, hops by Anacapa Brewing Company, specialty desserts and drinks, catering by Pacifica Culinary Arts Academy, a VIP preview hour, swag bags, an affordable art sale and prizes, shall all make this event one to be proud to help and fun to attend.

Contacts:

Lisa Horan  805 385-8254/ Suzanne Bellah  805 444-2411

lisa.horan@oxnard.org       /           suzanne.bellah@oxnard.org

CARNEGIE ART MUSEUM/  424 South C Street / Oxnard, California  93030

Thurs-Sat  10am-5pm & Sun 1-5pm   closed holidays

805.385.8157/5158 carnegieam.org

 

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Press Release: New Exhibition Announcement – Carnegie Art Museum

28 February 2017

silver-snake-graphite-and-prismacolor-on-arches-paper-30-x-44-in-by-joanne-julian-2016

Carnegie Art Museum

Press Release:  New Exhibition Announcement– 2/14/17

Joanne Julian – Defying Darkness

SELECTED WORKS  2009 – 2016                   

March 12 – May 21, 2017

Opening Reception with artist’s catalog signing/Saturday, March 11th –  4-6pm  $5/ members free

Joanne Julian’s newest exhibition Defying Darkness at the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard, California traces in over 30 graphite and sumi ink drawings the development in her recent work of a rising fascination for the impacts and subtly iridescent atmosphere of darkness. The artist’s growing understanding and facility with contrasting peacefully white voids with energizing splashes of black has deepened, until now the beauty of darkness has itself become the setting.

Budding evidences of this dark visual challenge in hindsight appears throughout her various series and is displayed in a few, early hinting samples from Julian’s Zen Circles and Botanicals Series. The fascination and investigation, however, hits full stride in recent works in her Fish, Clouds and Skies, and particularly Birds and Feather Series. In these latter, the use of darkness and cropping lends a floating, unanchored, almost celestial quality to the creatures depicted. Yet all are represented with the elegant sparseness that Julian has become noted for over her 30 year career. Coupled with the large –scale of the drawings, Defying Darkness wraps viewers in a quietly dramatic experience.

Joanne Julian was born in Los Angeles. She received her BA and MA degrees in sculpture and printmaking from California State University, Northridge and her MFA degree in painting from Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design. For 34 years she was a full-time faculty member at College of the Canyons in Valencia, California, during which time she was also a half-time faculty member at California State University Northridge. Having studied and traveled in Asia, the influence of Zen Buddhist aesthetics has been noted as an undercurrent in Julian’s art.

The artist has had over 20 solo exhibitions and been featured in 60 group exhibitions nationally.  Among these have been exhibitions at: Jan Baum Gallery in Los Angeles, Thomas Babeor Gallery in La Jolla, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Newport Harbor Art Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and in 2015 California State University Northridge. Public collections of her work include: Atlantic Richfield, Bank of America, Grand Wailea Resort, Home Savings of America, The Irvine Company, Nestle, Nikko, Price Waterhouse, and Teneco Oil.

Joanne Julian will give an Artist’s Gallery Talk at Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard on March 30th at 6:30pm. An exhibition catalog with essay by Meher McArthur is available. For additional information, see carnegieam.org.

 

Location:  Carnegie Art Museum/424 South C Street/ Oxnard, CA/ 805.385.8157/8  / carnegieam.org

Hours: Thurs- Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 1-5pm.  Closed holidays and during exhibit installation.

attached images credits:

Seven Cranes Triptych (right panel detail), acrylic and graphite on Arches paper, 30 x 70 in. by Joanne Julian, 2016.

Silver Snake, graphite and Prismacolor on Arches paper, 30 x 44 in. by Joanne Julian, 2016.

LISA HORAN
Visitor and Media Services Specialist

Carnegie Art Museum
424 South C Street
Oxnard, CA 93030
805.385.8254

HOURS:  Thurs. – Sat. 10 am- 5 pm / Sun. 1 – 5 pm