LIFEWORK Pop Up GALLERY
For the month of August, LIFEWORK will live at the Coachella Valley Art Center in Old Town Indio. The exhibition titled The Light which Reveals the Alarming Ghosts will feature artwork by Griselda Calderon Lopez, Zach Fleming-Boyles, MLN17, and Kevin Townsend. An artist's reception will take place at CVAC on Aug 3 from 6 - 10:00 pm with refreshments sponsored by Dead or Alive Bar, a craft beer and wine bar located in Palm Springs, CA. Click here to learn more...
EXHIBITION EXTENDED TO SEPT 21!
Mon thru Friday: 8:30 - 11:00 AM
Wednesday: 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 - 11:00 AM
And by appointment - request appt here
ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE
AUG 3 - ARTIST RECEPTION
6:00 - 10:00 PM
SEPT 1 - ART WORKSHOP
Monotypes with artist MLN17
Create original works of art using a printmaking method to make a unique print and an accompanying ghost print. Light refreshments provided. Free, open to the public, all ages.
12:00 - 2:00 PM
SEPT 12 - ARTIST TALK
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Join Zach Fleming-Boyles and MLN17 for an evening discussion about art, life, and the intertwining tendrils of studio practice.
SEPT 21 - CLOSING EVENT
6:00 - 10:00 PM
Celebrate the last day of The Light Which Reveals the Alarming Ghosts with us! An evening of workshops and special performances.
About the Coachella Valley Art Center
CVAC was designed to cultivate introductions – new concepts, new art, artists, community, history – all cross-pollinating in an atmosphere of inquiry and accomplishment. The Coachella Valley Art Center was designed to be a place where new intersections of art and culture emerge. In times where our community relies on the Arts more than ever CVAC will serve as an epicenter of creative output.
CVAC is the beginning of a solution to meet the needs of the Coachella Valley’s ever-growing creative community. CVAC is headquartered in a 17,000 square foot building that has been a part of Indio’s downtown for decades. Along with cultivating artistic growth and exposure within the community, CVAC showcases and preserves the founding ideas and history of Arts' creative ancestors through gallery exhibits and a wide range of educational programs and workshops.