The Arroyo Arts Collective presents Remembrance 2023, an exploration into a deepened understanding and meaning of All Saints Day, Dia de los Muertos, Ching Ming, Obon, Samhain, the Mourner’s Kaddish and of all rituals, historically and worldwide, associated with how we grieve, how we continue to love, and how we go on in the face of loss.
It is our intent to create a space where those who have gone before us are remembered and revered. The rituals of death are different in each culture, but grief is universal, as is the need for a sense of continuity with our ancestors and history. Thus, as we are different, we are the same.
Postal Service For The Dead: Postal Service for the Dead is an ongoing, collective project where people send letters to anyone in their life who has died.
Participating Artists: Veronica An, Katy Bishop, Joanne Chase-Matillo, Mary Cheung, Aleka Corwin, Edith de Guzman, Jolly de Guzman, Ruth Ann De Nicola, James Faulkner, Gwen Freeman, Carrie Gordon, Rebecca Guerrerro, S.P. Harper, Libby Hartigan, Lynn Heinz, Peter Hess, Deborah Jansen, Saon Kashem, Kenji Liu, Gabriele Ortiz, Robin Potash, Christine Prentice, Diane Redman, Guadulesa Rivera, Jacque Lene Rogers-Engel, Melissa Sullivan, Winfred Taylor, Lisa Tomczeszyn, Vanessa Valle, Jill Van Hoogenstyn, Olesya Volk, Betty Wan Hamada, Rand White.
Location: A Blank White Box, 6189 N Figueroa Street, 90042
Gallery Hours: October 27th Friday 5pm - 8pm / October 28th Saturday, 5pm – 8pm Reception / October 29th Sunday 1pm – 5pm
This exhibition is supported, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, LA County Department of Arts and Culture as part of Creative Recovery LA, an initiative funded by the American Rescue Plan, the California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program as funded by the State of California and administered by CalOSBA, and the Immordino Charitable Foundation.
Memento Mori and the Macabre
The Long Beach Creative Group, in partnership with Bunny King Productions, is presenting Memento Mori and The Macabre, an exhibition of works that explore the fragile beauty and impermanence of life. The exhibition is being presented in the Rod Briggs Gallery, located at 2221 E Broadway in Long Beach, CA. Artist receptions are on Saturday and Sunday, October 14 and 15, from 1-4 pm. A brief opening ceremony will take place within the first hour of each reception. Costumes are welcome. The show runs through Saturday, November 11.