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CAFAM Travels!



Saturday, October 28, 2017
9:30am–5:30pm

One-day Art Tour of Tijuana in conjunction with our PST exhibition The US-Mexico Border: Place, Imagination, Possibility. Led by independent curator Karla Aguiñiga, the trip will leave from San Diego and includes travel to Valle de Guadalupe, an emerging vineyard and culinary marvel for a tour and lunch with architect Alejandro D'Acosta. Our participants will also visit and discuss the site of the controversial border wall, meet special guests and enjoy an artist studio tour.

RSVP required: sonia@cafam.org; 323-937-4230 x 31. Fee per person: $200 members / $225 non-members (lunch included)-non-refundable; first come, first serve reservation.

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Leader & Legend: The Legacy and Influence of Betye Saar
Panel Conversation with jill moniz


Saturday, July 22
3:00pm | Free with admission

Independent curator jill moniz moderates a panel conversation about legendary artist Betye Saar’s role in the Los Angeles arts community and her legacy as a woman of color, an assemblage artist, and her continued relevance among new generations of emerging artists. The panel features Monica Wyatt, Rosalyn Myles, and Duane Paul, who will speak of Saar’s influence on their lives and art practice.

Space is limited, RSVP required: rsvp@cafam.org

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Liminal Spaces: A Presentation on The Possibility Project


Sunday, July 23
1:00–2:00pm | Free with admission

Presentation by The Possibility Project, an Australian social enterprise that collaborates with artisans who live at the poverty level in India. Together they create ethical and environmentally conscious products, also known as slow fashion, that materialize what we all have in common.

Space is limited, RSVP required: rsvp@cafam.org

 

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