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Seven Visions X Seven Artists – Exhibition

January 20 @ 10:00 am
January 27 @ 4:00 pm
Organizer’s Site
The image is a poster for an art event featuring "SEVEN VISIONS X SEVEN ARTISTS" at Angels Gate Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California. The artwork mentioned is "Altered Faces XII" by Nguyen Ly and the event is supported by the MRH Fund for Artists. The poster includes information about the opening reception on January 20th, 2024, from 2pm to 4:30pm. The image also features a person with a beard.

Seven Visions × Seven Artists presents the work of the 2023 artist cohort of the MRH Fund for Artists grant. This program follows Southern California artists on a year-long cohort that fosters the development of their professional artist practice.

Featuring works by: Cesar Garcia • Trinh Mai • Rebekah Mei • Nguyen Ly • Jas Parker • Edwin Vasquez • Patricia Yossen

Established by Georgia Freedman-Harvey in honor of her late mother, patron of the arts Marian Harvey, the MRH Fund for Artists was created to provide artists with direct financial support to expand their creative reach through the realization of a defined art project. The artists selected each year are nominated by Southern California arts organizations recognizing deserving artists in their local communities. The 2024 exhibition, Seven Visions × Seven Artists, highlights the second established cohort of the MRH Fund for Artists program in which the following artists were selected from a competitive pool of nominees:

Cesar Garcia, nominated by Arts Connection, San Bernardino Arts Council

Trinh Mai, nominated by Arts Council for Long Beach

Rebekah Mei, nominated by Angels Gate Cultural Center

Nguyen Ly, nominated by Angels Gate Cultural Center

Jas Parker, nominated by HOLA Heart of Los Angeles

Edwin Vasquez, nominated by AIR Art in Residence

Patricia Yossen, nominated by HOLA Heart of Los Angeles

Artist Talk and Closing Reception February 24th, 2-4pm: tinyurl.com/yyzvdzcv

AGCC Gallery Hours: Thursday — Saturday, 10am to 4pm

**Please note that the AGCC Gallery will close early at 1pm on January 27th**

Learn more and plan your visit: angelsgateart.org

This exhibition is supported by Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, California Natural Resources Agency for the Museum Grant Program under the California Cultural and Historical Endowment, and the Perenchio Foundation.

Artwork image: Nguyen Ly, Altered Faces XII, 2023.


Angels Gate Cultural Center
3601 S. Gaffey St.
San Pedro, CA 90731 United States
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