Riding on the success of the Movie at the Gallery event on November 2019, the gallery is having another movie event, this time, an on-line movie screening followed by a Zoom Q&A. The gallery being closed since March, all events and art exhibits have been done virtually.
The movie event will be on Sunday, December 13 at 5pm. The featured film will be “1st Sem”, an award-winning and feel-good Filipino film that will surely light up your holidays. It comes with English and Spanish subtitles. The movie won major awards in international film festivals in California, New York, Texas, Washington, South Korea, Canada, and India. The online movie screening will be followed by a virtual Q&A with the film’s lead actress Lotlot de Leon and writers-directors Allan Ibanez and Dexter Hemedez. This special event is free For more information, call or text (562) 383-3643. Or send e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In celebration of Veterans Day and to honor the men and women who sacrificed to preserve our freedom, the artists of the La Habra Art Association present a virtual patriotic art exhibit. Participating artists are Maud Aretz, Alan Liang, George Loewen, Johnny ESJ. Otilano, Raoul Pascual, Bobby Romero, and Wendy Macdonald. Click here to view exhibit. Below is a guide on navigating the virtual exhibit. –
The key prevention practices considered in drawing the re-opening protocol
✓ physical distancing to the maximum extent possible,
✓ use of face coverings by workers (where respiratory protection is not required) and customers/clients,
✓ frequent handwashing and regular cleaning and disinfection,
✓ training workers on these and other elements of the COVID-19 prevention plan.
In addition, it is critical to have in place appropriate processes to identify new cases of illness in workplaces and, when they are identified, to intervene quickly and work with public health authorities to halt the spread of the virus.
The following is the protocol when the gallery will re-open for classes and art sessions
- Walk in – register time in, our name, and contact information
- Take no touch temperature
- Hand sanitizer
- No communal coffee pot or shared food
- No more than 10 attendees in classes
- Wear masks
- Photographs of exhibit pieces in Zoom receptions
- Limited amount of people allowed to come in at a time
- Separate work tables
- Artist responsible to sanitize work table before and after use or;
- Bring your own personal plastic cover for the table.
- Protocol signs posted outside the gallery
- Artist bring own sanitizing wipes but gallery will have one available at all times
- Masks will be available for sale
Thanks to Wendy who shared this amusing website to enjoy while you stay locked up during the pandemic.
The Getty museum issued a playful challenge on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to re-create people’s favorite art using just three objects lying around home. Thousands and thousands of re-creations later, the Getty is in awe of your creative powers and sense of humor.
The challenge was inspired by the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and a brilliant Instagram account called Between Art and Quarantine, but adapted with the invitation to use digitized and downloadable artworks from Getty’s online collection.
You can visit the site HERE.