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Community Gallery

South Bay Contemporary SoLA

3718 W. Slauson Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90043


Email: Email venue
Phone: (310) 429-0973
Website: southbaycontemporary.org

Contact:
Peggy Sivert Zask Director

Hours:
Saturdays, 11am-5pm and By Appointment

Admission Price:
Free

Exhibitions

July 8, 2017 - August 5, 2017
Fresh 2017
Group Exhibition curators, Fatemeh Burnes and Peter Frank,
"Fresh 2017" involves curators Fatemeh Burnes and Peter Frank, who will select the art-work they agree makes a strong impact and best represents current ideas and trends in Contemporary Art.
July 8, 2017 - August 5, 2017
Group Exhibition Curated by Peter Frank & Fatemeh Burnes
Fresh (cont)
SBC has invited artists throughout Los Angeles to submit their most recent art in all media to a selection process.his process, involves two curators, Fatemeh Burnes and Peter Frank, who will select the art-work they agree makes a strong impact and best r
August 12, 2017 - September 2, 2017
Meeson Pae Yang
Recent Installations and Paintings
SoLA is pleased to present recent Installations and paintings by Meeson Pae Yang following her inaugural artist residency at SBC SoLA.


Description:

South Bay Contemporary SoLA is a non-profit art organization supporting advanced explorations in Contemporary art. SBC welcomes curators and artists who are tapping into issues of our time to produce and present art that expands on current perspectives of diverse culture. SBC connects local, national and international artists providing an innovative place for community to discover creative freedom within the open structure of contemporary art.

Artists:

President:  Lore Eckelberry is an international contemporary artist based in Los Angeles, California. She has worked with many LA art organizations and will bring her expertise in organizing international art exchanges and fundraising.

Vice President:  Linda Jo Russell was born, raised and educated in Southern California and has pursued parallel careers as art educator and artist.   She now teaches in the Otis College of Art and Design. Linda Jo has donated the new South Los Angeles Gallery to SBC and will help develop it with a studio and a common area for workshops. She brings her academic expertise.

Secretary:  Shelley Heffler was born and raised in the Bronx, NY.  She was educated at Fashion Institute of Technology and has a masters degree in fine art from CSU Northridge.  She has had a career as an art instructor and is an exhibiting artist with an art studio located in Inglewood.


Director: Ben Zask was raised in Brooklyn, NY.  He has been involved in running art galleries (BZ framing, Zask Gallery, SBC)  since moving to LA in the 1980s. He is an assemblage artist with a studio in Rancho Palos Verdes.  He works for SBC SoLA as preparator and curator.


Director: Steve Shriver is a professional artist and teacher with 30 years experience in the field. Member of Palos Verdes Art Center for 3 years, Member of Education Committee, Institute for Classical Architecture and Art.


Director:  Paul Corneil is an avid art collector and supporter of the arts in the South Bay area.  Paul was educated as a physical scientist but now considers himself (in the Twelve-Step lingo) a recovering intellectual.  He’s been interested in art since childhood and has taught photography at college but isn’t coordinated.


Executive Director / Curator:  Peggy Sivert is an artist, art educator and founder of SBC and SoLA Gallery. She has run Zask Gallery since 2006 and founded and ran another non profit by the same name (SBC) in the early 90s.  Her mixed media sculpture has been shown throughout Los Angeles and internationally.


Preparator:  Denis Richardson is an artist and designer.  He owned a stained glass business in the past (Catalina Glass) and now does design and installation work for various arts groups in the South Bay and Los Angeles.


Events & Communications Specialist: Sharyl Holtzman has a background in promotion, social media, events and strategic planning for music and the arts.  She has been working with SBC as we make our transition from San Pedro to South Los Angeles, SoLA Gallery.


Photographer/ Design / Art Teacher:  Elizabeth Kneisley is a visual artist based in Los Angeles and Orange County. She will graduate with her BFA in Creative Photography in May 2017. She works in a variety of mediums with a concentration in photography and video. She has been an intern at South Bay Contemporary for three years. There, she has helped curate art exhibition, lead creative workshops for children, and has worked with local artists.


Consultant / Curator:  Margaret Lazzari is a professor of art and associate dean of faculty at the University of Southern California Roski School of Art and Design and is the author of two books about art. She is an accomplished and practicing artist and lends her expertise in many ways.


Consultant / Curator:  Ruth Trotter is a professor of art at the University of La Verne.  She has extensive experience as a curator, panelist and advisor to several arts organizations in the Los Angeles area.  She is an accomplished artist and will act as periodic curator for SBC.

Editorial

Past Editorial

“Dear President: An Art Show about Important American Issues”
“Skyline”
Margaret Lazzari
''Departures''



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