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2020 Three Artists Response To An Historic Year
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DATE AND TIME
From: Jan 28, 2022 7:00 pm
To:Jan 28, 2022 10:00 pm
LOCATION
Laguna Beach Cultural Arts Center
235 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Event Description

2020 Three artists respond to a historic year

In the pantheon of recorded history, how will those who write about the year 2020 view the impact it had on humanity, societal change, and the environment? Creatives have always played a significant role in recording those changes. In an unprecedented year, the world was impacted by a worldwide pandemic, political upheaval, and social injustice. 

Working in the solitary confines of their individual studios and without knowledge of each other’s efforts, Jorg Dubin, Carrie Zeller, and Tom Lamb set about to document through various mediums and methods a record of this unprecedented year. Dubin’s work is often driven by the immediacy of current events. Social injustice and political division are often depicted in sometimes brutal realism that commands the attention of the viewer to respond driving complacency into the rearview mirror.

Carrie Zeller’s work takes on more global and universal themes. Dealing again with current events, Zeller’s photographic collages bring to the forefront compelling images of basic human rights that often motivate people to take a closer look at their personal existence and how they treat those around them keeping a sense of optimism just beneath the surface. 

Tom Lamb approached the turmoil of 2020 by considering the impact of Black Life matters as seen In Minneapolis, climate change as seen from above and the global pandemic had on parts of the world that lacked resources to survive Covid-19 either from a health standpoint but also economically. He set about to transform his aerial photographs into functional artworks by collaborating with Tibetan and Nepalese artisans in Nepal to carry on their traditional weaving skills to create visually beautiful carpets of his aerial views.

 In the greatest tradition of helping those less fortunate, Lamb helped these craftspeople survive the terrible onslaught of the global pandemic. These three artists created bodies of work that for future generations will be a small part of the documented history of a once in a multi-generational and unprecedented year.

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Q. What time do doors open? 
A. 5:00pm

Q. What is parking like?
A. Metered Parking until 7pm.

Q. Does my 5 year old child need to register?
A. Yes

Q. Is it all seating or standing room only?
A. This is a seated event, but you can also stand.

Q. What does General Admission mean?
A. No bad seat in this venue.

Q. Do you offer any discounts?
A. No discounts.

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2020 Three artists respond to a historic year

In the pantheon of recorded history, how will those who write about the year 2020 view the impact it had on humanity, societal change, and the environment? Creatives have always played a significant role in recording those changes. In an unprecedented year, the world was impacted by a worldwide pandemic, political upheaval, and social injustice. 

Working in the solitary confines of their individual studios and without knowledge of each other’s efforts, Jorg Dubin, Carrie Zeller, and Tom Lamb set about to document through various mediums and methods a record of this unprecedented year. Dubin’s work is often driven by the immediacy of current events. Social injustice and political division are often depicted in sometimes brutal realism that commands the attention of the viewer to respond driving complacency into the rearview mirror.

Carrie Zeller’s work takes on more global and universal themes. Dealing again with current events, Zeller’s photographic collages bring to the forefront compelling images of basic human rights that often motivate people to take a closer look at their personal existence and how they treat those around them keeping a sense of optimism just beneath the surface. 

Tom Lamb approached the turmoil of 2020 by considering the impact of Black Life matters as seen In Minneapolis, climate change as seen from above and the global pandemic had on parts of the world that lacked resources to survive Covid-19 either from a health standpoint but also economically. He set about to transform his aerial photographs into functional artworks by collaborating with Tibetan and Nepalese artisans in Nepal to carry on their traditional weaving skills to create visually beautiful carpets of his aerial views.

 In the greatest tradition of helping those less fortunate, Lamb helped these craftspeople survive the terrible onslaught of the global pandemic. These three artists created bodies of work that for future generations will be a small part of the documented history of a once in a multi-generational and unprecedented year.


Q. What time do doors open? 
A. 5:00pm

Q. What is parking like?
A. Metered Parking until 7pm.

Q. Does my 5 year old child need to register?
A. Yes

Q. Is it all seating or standing room only?
A. This is a seated event, but you can also stand.

Q. What does General Admission mean?
A. No bad seat in this venue.

Q. Do you offer any discounts?
A. No discounts.




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DATE AND TIME
From: Jan 28, 2022 7:00 pm
To:Jan 28, 2022 10:00 pm
LOCATION
Laguna Beach Cultural Arts Center
235 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
OFFICIAL WEBSITE

Event Help / Information
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What tickets include
Discounts & Ticket pricing information
Do children need a ticket
Will call information / local ticket sales
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Contact the event: (949) 652-ARTS (2787)

https://lbculturalartscenter.org

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