For forty three years, Barnsdall Arts has been committed to providing outstanding, affordable arts education programs at schools, parks, libraries, museums, hospitals, social service agencies and community festivals. We conduct an impressive array of core programs and exhibitions distinguished by excellence, imagination and rigor. Barnsdall Arts collaborates with educational, civic and cultural institutions to incorporate the arts into our community.
We teach children, families, and seniors that art matters in our lives; it enriches and expands our worlds. We currently reach over 162,841 people annually with our art programs and exhibitions.
WE ARE GROWING! Check this out: In 2012-2013 we conducted 749 workshops/classes. In 2013-2014 we conducted 1,685 workshops/classes. This year….
July 2014 - June 3, 2015
TOTAL CLASSES/WORKSHOPS: 2375
TOTAL CLASS ATTENDANCE: 10,846
TOTAL EXHIBITIONS: 27
TOTAL EXHIBITION AUDIENCE: 152,875
TOTAL SERVED: 162,841
BARNSDALL ARTS SUNDAYS
Barnsdall Art Park 10:00 am - 12:00 pm - New Schedule!
December 13: Byzantine Ravenna: Imperial Portraits mosaic gold paint with Sara Hage
December 20: Global: Holiday Cards printmaking with Quan Trang
December 27- January 3 - Winter break NO CLASSES
January 10: Ancient Rome: Lares Altar with Quan Trang
BREWERY ART WALK
Saturday and Sunday, October 3 -4
Come visit our Studio 694A S0uth Avenue 21 in the complex
View work from our students ages 4-80+!
DISCOVER LOS ANGELES
Barnsdall Arts Sunday was featured in Discover Los Angeles list of The Best Places For Kids To Get Creative In Los Angeles. This free family art workshop happens every Sunday at 10am at Barnsdall Art Park!
SHELTER: FOR THE MIND AND THE SPIRIT
Barnsdall Arts presents an exhibition selected from its UNESCO International Child Art Collection augmented with work from our students in Los Angeles.
Shelter is a universal human need. Our exhibit displays images created by children depicting shelter in rural and urban settings around the world.
2016: our "Art around the Globe" free workshops have expanded to eight recreation centers throughout the city: Bellevue (Silverlake) Cheviot Hills, Highland Park, Queen Anne (South LA), Robertson, State Street (Boyle Heights), Yucca (Hollywood), & Elysian Valley.
This unique program is supported by a generous grant from the Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation
ARTSPARK ON RED TRICYCLE
Red Tricycle, a popular website for family activities in LA, selected artSpark as the #1 activity for the week of January 12, January 30, and March 20!
Freda Mohr Senior Center
10:30am, 3rd Friday of every month:
October 16, November 20, December 11
Jewish Family Service at Park La Brea
10:30 am, 2nd Tuesday of every month:
October 13, November 10, December 15
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
January 10: Mummies: New Secrets for the Tombs10:00 am - 12:00 pm workshops. Peruvian Feather Pouches Workshop with Quan Trang & Egyptian Scarab Beetle Jeweled Talisman with Marylene Camacho.
USC PACIFIC ASIA MUSEUM
February 7: Chinese New Year Festival Workshops 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (drop in.) Chinese Dragon Puppets with Quan Yen Trang & Chinese Drums with Marylene Camacho.
March 20: Royal Taste Exhibition Workshop (sign in) with Quan Yen Trang.
EYE ON LA: BARNSDALL ARTS
One of 15 best things to do in LA!
See the tv video profiling our Barnsdall Arts Sundays program.
We are included with the California Science Center, Ford Amphitheater, Getty, Hollywood Bowl
La Brea Tar Pits, and Skirball!
Title One Elementary School Residencies 2015 (forty hours each): Castelar, Rosemont, Santa Monica Charter, Atwater, Bushnell Way, Hobart, Hoover, Selma, & San Pascual