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Based on the popular Monster Drawing Rally, developed in 2000, by San Francisco organization Southern Exposure, Chicano Steel is a community and artist oriented public event, featuring live drawing. Local artists are publicly showcased and their work is sold immediately at an affordable price, on a first come basis.
The event features three, one-hour drawing shifts with up to 25 artists drawing simultaneously.
Consuelo Velasco Montoya – Artist, Faculty and founding program manager, Graduate Public Practice, Otis College of Art and Design, Board Member – VPAM
Kathy Gallegos – Founding Executive Director Avenue 50 Studio, Council Member – California Arts Council
Nathalie Sanchez – Artist, Educational Program Associate, UCLA Fowler Museum
Raoul de la Sota – Artist, former curator DaVinci Gallery, Professor Emeritus of Art, LA City College
Sergio Teran – Artist, Professor of Art, Cerritos College
Cidne Hart, Saul Aguilera, Raul Baltazar, J. Michael Walker Wayne Healy, Beth Peterson, Roderick Smith, Wayne Perry, Nathaniel Osollo, Teresa G. Flores, Kim Abeles, Marissa Magdalena, Consuelo Velasco Montoya, Vibiana Apracio-Chamberlin, Kimo Bautista, Ronald Llanos, Joe Alvarez, Raoul de la Sota, Jorge Bernal, Rude Calderon, June Edmonds, Edem Elesh, Charlotte Hildebrand, Anna Javier, Bonnie Lambert, Judith Amdur, Phung Hyunh, Art Carillo, Jose Lozano,Alvaro Daniel Marquez, Dalila Mendez, Benjamin Morales, Rosalie Lopez, Johnny Quintanilla, Roberto Munguia, Holly Crawford, Merilyn Hernandez, Michael Hernandez, Poli Marichal, Susanna Negrete, Steve Correa, Sergio Teran, Dan McCleary, Lynn Heinz, David Partida, Jeanie Frias, Charity Capili, Oscar Magallanas, Joel Garcia, Brian Mallman, Manuel Lopez Aguilar, Eric Almanza, Robert Lowden, Dewey Tafoya and more!
Speciality Drinks: designed by celebrity chef and restaurateur, Ricardo Diaz of Colonia Publica
Thank you to KCRW for helping to get the word out about our Chicano Steele fundraiser. Click here to read the full article.
▪ Admission:* $10.00 October 2nd, 2016. 12pm-6pm