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  • Feb
    1

    Sam Francis Gallery Artist-in-Residence: April Banks

    Online
    The Sam Francis Gallery will host a virtual artist residency project with April Banks entitled Justice & Joy, running Jan. 26 through Feb. 3, 2021. During Banks’ residency, students will be invited to critically examine historical photos of Black life in Santa Monica and use their creativity to imagine more of the story beyond what is seen in pictures. They will then create a fictional history through hands-on or digital manipulation and photo captions.

    To learn more, visit samfrancisgallery.org.
  • Sam Francis Gallery Artist-in-Residence: April Banks

    Online
    The Sam Francis Gallery will host a virtual artist residency project with April Banks entitled Justice & Joy, running Jan. 26 through Feb. 3, 2021. During Banks’ residency, students will be invited to critically examine historical photos of Black life in Santa Monica and use their creativity to imagine more of the story beyond what is seen in pictures. They will then create a fictional history through hands-on or digital manipulation and photo captions.

    To learn more, visit samfrancisgallery.org.
  • Adult Community Choir Rehearsal

    Online
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  • Feb
    2

    Sam Francis Gallery Artist-in-Residence: April Banks

    Online
    The Sam Francis Gallery will host a virtual artist residency project with April Banks entitled Justice & Joy, running Jan. 26 through Feb. 3, 2021. During Banks’ residency, students will be invited to critically examine historical photos of Black life in Santa Monica and use their creativity to imagine more of the story beyond what is seen in pictures. They will then create a fictional history through hands-on or digital manipulation and photo captions.

    To learn more, visit samfrancisgallery.org.
  • Equity & Justice Institute - Younes and Soraya Nazarian Speaker Series: Emiliana Guereca

    Online
    Please join us for the rebroadcast of a conversation between Co-Executive Director and Founder of Women’s March Foundation Emiliana Guereca, the Institute’s Operations Coordinator Janeen Jackson, and Crossroads students. Guereca will discuss her work building coalitions and advocating for gender equality and Latinx education. This rebroadcast will include closed captioning in Spanish.
     
    This online event is free and open to the public. Please register to receive access to the broadcast.
  • Feb
    3

    Sam Francis Gallery Artist-in-Residence: April Banks

    Online
    The Sam Francis Gallery will host a virtual artist residency project with April Banks entitled Justice & Joy, running Jan. 26 through Feb. 3, 2021. During Banks’ residency, students will be invited to critically examine historical photos of Black life in Santa Monica and use their creativity to imagine more of the story beyond what is seen in pictures. They will then create a fictional history through hands-on or digital manipulation and photo captions.

    To learn more, visit samfrancisgallery.org.
  • Feb
    8

    Adult Community Choir Rehearsal.

    Online
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  • Feb
    15

    #ProjectBlackSpace | In Pursuit of Justice and Joy

    Join us for a socially distanced and masked projection of photographs of early African American communities in Santa Monica and student artwork from April Banks' virtual residency at Sam Francis Gallery. Drive, walk or bike by! Visit the BH+A website at www.santamonica.gov/arts/belmar for more information.
  • Feb
    17

    Student-Organized Art Exhibit

  • US - Student Organized Art Exhibit Opens

    Online
    The Sam Francis Gallery presents Growing Pains: corporate overextension, featuring works by artists Yrneh Gabon Brown, Liz Glynn, Tommy Hilding, Sam Keller, Glen Rubsamen, Michael Vahrenwald and Erik Winkowski.
     
    Organized by the Crossroads students participating in the Art Gallery Curatorial Project, the exhibition features artists whose works target instances of “corporate overextension”—the all-encompassing term for moments when economic endeavors are taken too far, breaking the point where we are comfortable with the rapid growth of our society and economy.

    View exhibition here
  • Feb
    22

    Equity & Justice Institute - Movie Screening

    The Crossroads School Equity & Justice Institute invites you to a special screening of “Fire on the Hill: The Cowboys of South Central LA,” presented in honor of Black History Month. This virtual event will include a conversation between the Institute’s Founding Director Derric J. Johnson, filmmaker Brett Fallentine and featured subject Ghuan Featherstone. For more information about this event and to register to access the screening, click here.
  • Adult Community Choir Rehearsal

    Online
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