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Category Archives: Art/Architecture
Last month, creative residents at The Metro @ Chinatown Senior Lofts in downtown Los Angeles enjoyed making decorations for their home or as a gift for a loved one for Valentine’s Day. ~ Sandra Vargas, Regional Program Director
Join us for NoHoSAC resident Larry Blecha’s first art show! He is in his 60s and only started to experiment with paint a couple of years ago after an injury. This is why the name of the show is Art: It’s … Continue reading
Program Assistant Tracy Freeburg is excited to announce Tavarua’s annual art show on Monday, March 20th, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. The event is open to the public, and will include music from students in the Carlsbad High School Chamber Orchestra. … Continue reading
At Park Plaza Senior Apartments in North Hollywood: EngAGE Regional Programs Director Elizabeth Sampson comments, “Polet Zargarian teaches an amazing painting class. I have never seen residents improve so quickly, and grow from a person who has never picked up … Continue reading
Polet Zargarian is the amazing painting teacher at Cantabria/Asturias in North Hollywood, CA, where there is an active painting class. Residents come every week and bring their creativity. One enthusiastic artist made a painting of a Rooster because this is the year … Continue reading
On First Thursday, February 2nd , next to the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro, CA, there was a public celebration to unveil the new mural created in the Lilyan Fierman Walkway by Pac Arts resident, Luis Sanchez. L.A. City Councilman … Continue reading
We applaud our LBSAC “Magical Stars” who gave us a magical evening of talent in February. Kudos to resident Veronica Bryant, who wrote, directed, and produced the show with a dedicated team of performers, volunteers, and supporters. The cast included … Continue reading
The residents of Portofino Villas Senior Apartments in Pomona, CA, come to Art Class motivated to learn and create. Working with newspaper was a challenge initially, but they have built their confidence in art over time. This project culminated successfully … Continue reading
The Residents of Magnolia at 9th in San Bernardino celebrated their last Art class in January with Instructor Julian Rubalcaba by learning how to use positive and negative space, and shape to begin screen printing. They really enjoyed the project … Continue reading
The residents of Magnolia at Highland in San Bernardino are exploring and creating art using newspaper, plastic bottles, and fabric. Their final product will be the centerpiece in the community room for all the residents to enjoy. ~ Alma Wright, … Continue reading