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Art Share Open House and Panel: Ecology of the 1% Art Program
September 28, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Free and open to the public with RSVP, this open house will give you an inside look at our programs and include a tour of our building and loft space, and exhibitions on view with Associate Director, Badir McCleary, and a conversation Ecology of the 1% Art Program.
Moderated by Executive Director, Cheyanne Sauter, Ecology of the 1% Art Program will feature a panel of experts including Evonne Gallardo, Benjamin Ball, and Howard Kozloff who will discuss how the 1% Art Program works. Walk away with a greater understanding of Art Share’s role, as a landmark institution, will play in the recovery of the creative economy. Wine and light snacks will be served.
This program is free and open to the public with RSVP. Please consider making a donation to support future programs like this. RSVP here.
Evonne Gallardo has over 20 years of hands-on leadership experience in arts and culture, including strategic planning and feasibility studies, board development, revenue strategies, programming, community engagement, public art experiences, as well as cultural equity, and inclusion strategies.
Benjamin Ball is an artist and designer whose work occupies a territory between architecture, art and industrial design. He is a founding partner of Ball-Nogues Studio , an integrated design and fabrication practice. Ball’s work is informed by the exploration of craft. Essential to each project is the “design” of the production process itself, with the aim of creating environments that enhance sensation, generate spectacle and invite physical engagement.
Howard Kozloff is a Principal and the founder of Agora Partners and Hatch Spaces. With 20 years of development and consulting experience, Howard works at the intersection of urban planning and real estate development, also known as entrepreneurial planning. He identifies and creates value-add opportunities in urban environments by providing solutions for challenging real estate scenarios. His work explicitly builds upon local initiatives, with expertise gleaned from experiences across the country and throughout the world.
Percent for Public Art
The City mandates that one-percent of the total cost of all construction, improvements, or renovation projects undertaken by the City be set aside for public art projects in compliance with the PWIAP.
Your Health and Safety
Art Share LA is following current city guidelines that all guests, staff, and panelists, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks inside. All Guests must wear a mask unless they are actively eating and drinking or are otherwise exempt from wearing a mask due to a disability.