CRAFT CONTEMPORARY GALA
THE EVENING OF SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2019
Honoring Mark Steven Greenfield
Join us for a festive evening with food, drink, and a silent auction of work by craft-inspired artists.
Proceeds of the event will support the museum’s pioneering exhibitions, arts education programs, and hands-on workshops.
Merry Norris, Chair
$10,000 The Whole Shebang
Support an emerging artist exhibition
- Admission for 10
- VIP studio tour - artist to be announced
$5,000 Big Fan
Fund a leadership program for teens
- Admission for 6
- Private workshop for you and your friends
$2,500 Here to Party
Underwrite a free art-making workshop
- Admission for 4
- Dinner with Director Suzanne Isken
$1,000 Date Night
Provide art supplies for school programs
- Admission for 2
- Household / Dual museum membership
$225 Single Ticket(s)
Advanced pricing available until August 2
$250 Shout Out Message
Included in our Gala slide show
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Questions? Contact Marion Maddox at email@example.com or 323.937.4230 ext. 31.
About Mark Steven Greenfield
A native Angeleno, Mark Steven Greenfield is an accomplished visual artist who began his practice as a student of Charles White and John Riddle. Greenfield’s work explores the complexities of the African American experience in contemporary society, and has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States -- most notably at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, and the California African American Museum.
Greenfield has also had a noteworthy impact as a civic leader. From 1993 through 2010 he was an arts administrator for the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs; first as the director of the Watts Towers Arts Center and the Towers of Simon Rodia and later as the director of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. He has served on the boards of the Downtown Arts Development Association, the Korean American Museum, and The Armory Center for the Arts , was past president of the Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825 and currently serves on the board of Side Street Projects.
Greenfield’s work will be on view as part of Craft Contemporary's summer exhibition, The RIDDLE Effect, which features the work of John T. Riddle Jr. and his contemporaries.
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