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Zines Are Us

Saturday, July 28, 11 am - 3 pm
University Art Museum
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Inclusive Artist Conversation + Zine 101 Workshop
Artist panelists: Jason Keam, Sophia Zarders, Tania Negrete, and Crux Worldwide
Music by 22 West Radio and Pow Wow School of Music

Zines Are Us is an inclusive community program which consists of an artist-led discussion and zine-making workshop. Simply put, the program is designed to communicate that zines are for everyone; regardless of persons’ color, creed, gender identity, or sexual orientation, all people should be able to enjoy zine art, independent production, and culture.

11am - 12:30pm: Artist Conversation
Join us for a discussion on how multicultural artists share their stories through zines and express their diverse perspectives creatively. Visitors are encouraged to participate in the discussion and are welcome to contribute questions.
12:30 - 3:00pm: Zine 101 Workshop + Music
Enjoy using assorted art materials provided by the UAM to make your own zine or pin. Continue conversations and get guidance from artist panelists, learn about the zine publishing process, and enjoy live music to accompany your creative process.
Live music sets by 22 West Radio and Pow Wow School of Music.

 

save the date - October 13 - UAM Modern Architecture Tour

Tickets on sale now!

Killingsworth Residence
The Killingsworth Residence, by architect/owner Edward A. Killingsworth (1961). Photo by Enrique Pardo. Courtesy of Laura C. Killingsworth.

UAM Modern Architecture Tour 2018
Saturday, October 13 from 10 am - 4 pm
Various Architectural Gems - Historic Long Beach Sites

Tickets for the Modern Architecture Tour are on sale! 
Are you excited to see six Mid-Century Modern gems in Long Beach?
Take this opportunity to get insider access while you support the UAM. 

Back by popular demand, the UAM Modern Architecture Tour mines public enthusiasm for mid-century modern design. Recently awarded a Preservation Award from Long Beach Heritage for the 2017 exhibition Frank Bros: The Store That Modernized Modern, the UAM continues to celebrate Long Beach's prominent role in modernism, and highlights some of the most important architects of the region.

The UAM is pleased to present a day of self-guided tours through the following sites:

  • Gibbs & Gibbs Office, by Donald Gibbs (1963) 
  • The Mcwilliams Residence, by John W. Mcwilliams (1958) 
  • The Killingsworth Residence (pictured), by Edward A. Killingsworth (1961) 
  • Clock, Waestman, Clock Law Offices, by Killingsworth, Brady, Smith (1957) 
  • The Pekrul House, 1968 addition to 1924 bungalow by Paul Tay for owners Gus and Carolee Pekrul 
  • The White House, collaboratively designed by architect Bill Lockett and owner Dr. Katherine White (1957) 

Three of the sites are the designer's own home or office. A Garden Party at the home of Sylvia and Ronnie Hartman will provide a festive finish to the day, with an elegantly catered spread, signature cocktails, and an opportunity to socialize with prominent UAM supporters.

This fundraising event generates vital support for UAM exhibitions, art education, and vision-driven inclusive community engagement and collaborative programmatic offerings. The UAM Modern Architecture Tour also benefits student enrichment by funding targeted outreach and programming to the CSULB campus, LBUSD, the and greater Long Beach community.