Transmissions is the DAC Gallery’s first formal opening in its new space at 431 S. Broadway, in Downtown L.A.’s Gallery Row. The DAC participates in the Downtown Art Walk, on the second Thursday of every month. The exhibition runs April 10 through May 2nd, 2014.
Featured artists: Mildred Anderson, Eugenia Barbuc, Shaka Gaston, Bessie Kunath, Jameel Linzy, Juan Carlos Ornelas, Juan Pierri, Arturo Retana, Leonard Salazar, Michael Schaeffer, Harvey Schwartz, Thomas Sedgwick, Jesse Warford.
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Free to attend.
Light refreshments served.
Parking available at meters and pay lots (see posted signs for details). Please note that DAC Gallery does not validate parking.
About DAC Gallery
Throughout its years of operation, the DAC has sought to create a point of convergence for emerging local and international artists, while bringing attention to a community of individuals whose works reflect experiences rarely presented to mainstream audiences. Adjacent to the DAC is ECF’s Downtown Art Center, a large studio space where adult artists living with intellectual disabilities develop their work, and receive ongoing training in the field of visual arts. This professional art studio (one of four in Los Angeles) is staffed by gifted instructors, all of whom are working and exhibiting artists in their respective fields. ECF Art Centers is an adult program of the Exceptional Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 1946 to help children, students, and adults with special needs reach their greatest potential, at www.ECF.net
431 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013
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Regular (non-opening reception) hours: Mon-Fri 11:00 am to 3:30 pm, or by appt.