An exhibition of installations, photography and poetry
The Arroyo Arts Collective invites you to join us for Fools for Hope, a juried multi-disciplined exhibition comprised of public art installations, on the grounds of La Tierra de la Culebra Art Park, paired with photography and poetry.
A popular fixture in cultural and literary history, the jester fool embodies many qualities often associated with the archetypal artist: witty, daring, creative, wise yet common, eternally hopeful even in times of despair. These qualities are valuable today more than ever, as our community emerges from a year like we have never seen before.
Katrina Alexy, Ronald Carrillo, Mona Jean Cedar and Jeff Boynton, Joanne Chase-Mattillo, Mary Cheung, Cat Chiu Phillips, Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke, Lillian Doyle, Richard Ferguson, Karen Greenbaum-Maya, Cidne Hart, Linda Hoag, Heather Hoggan, Kristen Johannesen, Patty Sue Jones, Yvette Nicole Kolodji, Ashley Krythoff, Lisa Montagne, Bill Ratner, Josie Roth, Robyn Sanford, Mary Torregrossa, and Ricardo Tomasz.
Musical Performances by: Christopher Garcia and Jessica Fichot
All events are free to the public.
Exhibition Dates: May 22 – June 19, 2021
Opening Reception: Sat. May 22, 2021 from 2:00 to 5:00p.m.
Christopher Garcia / Poetry Readings / Artist Conversations
Closing Reception: Sat. June 19, 2021 from 2:00 to 5:00p.m.
Jessica Fichot / Poetry Readings / Artist Conversations
These events are free and unless circumstances dictate differently, will be open for the public and follow all current CDC health precautions for social distancing with mandatory mask wearing for everyone in the Park. The Art Park is open to the public anytime.
Curators: Colin Irwin, Linda Kaye and Patricia Woodlin.
Event Director: Ralph Waxman
Program Developer: Yeu Q Nguyen
La Tierra de la Culebra Art Park, 240 South Avenue 57, Los Angeles, CA 90042
La Tierra de la Culebra Art Park is located close to public transportation, including the Dash Highland Park/Eagle Rock #83, the Metro Bus #81 and the Metro Gold Line (exit Highland Park Station). Via auto, it is close to the Via Marisol exits from the 110 freeway. Street parking is available but limited. Be sure to follow all posted parking restrictions. Ridesharing is encouraged.
For more information or questions contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fools For Hope is made possible in part through the generous support of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Los Angeles City Council Member Gil Cedillo, First District.