San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Saturday, January 19, 5–8pm
Exhibition Dates: January 17–February 22, 2013
Benefit Exhibition for the Venice Arts Young Explorer Campaign
In 2012, four photographers—Stu Levy, Phil Straus, Rita Swinford, and Jasmine Swope—traveled along the Colorado River, from Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek, capturing its geography and history through fine-art photography. This exhibition brings together their photographic visions of this spectacular landscape, and is a benefit to support the new Venice Arts Young Explorer Campaign, which will send Venice Arts’ students on a sponsored program to explore the Grand Canyon, offering them an opportunity of a lifetime to travel on the river, explore the history and geology of the environment, and document their experiences through photography, film/video, and multimedia.
When & Where
The Venice Arts Gallery presents an average of five exhibits annually, focusing on high-caliber photography by youth from around the world, as well as traditional and experimental documentary work by professionals.
Our free Public Programs feature presentations, lectures, and screenings that engage our community in conversation with artists, educations, and idea-makers.
Workshops for adults include free programs for parents of our low-income students, as well as for-fee classes for adults interested in photography, film, and multimedia. Adult Workshops provide small-group learning and expert instruction, and accomodate working adults.
The gallery is also available for community rentals.
See what's on, RSVP for a Public Program, and enroll in an Adult Workshop at www.venicearts.org