In this lecture, Curatorial Fellow Jean Stern will discuss a selection of historical, California female artists of the late 19th to the mid-20th century. Join Stern as he examines the achievements of these women artists who created impressive works of art in a variety of styles during this dynamic time in California history. Come learn about and celebrate these pioneering women artists as many of them had the same education and artistic training as the men, yet, like women in other fields, they were caught in the inequities of their time. Stern will also reflect on the relative freedoms that many of these California artists enjoyed.
Advance tickets recommended.
Museum members: $7
Lit to Life at LAM: Carmela Full of Wishes
Bring literature to life during a participatory story time that will have you making and moving!
Artist Walk-through with Gerard Basil Stripling
Join Gerard Basil Stripling for an artist-lead walk-through of his new exhibition Work and Soul: 2 Decades of Practice.
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