Notes on Fashion in the Work of Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers)

by Constance Villalvazo, VPAM Student Tutor In 1771 Marie Antoinette shirked convention by refusing to wear a corset. When compelled, she finally agreed to wear the loosest form in existence – that worn with a riding habit – and further shocked society by wearing it with a pair of men’s trousers on horseback. This was… Read More Notes on Fashion in the Work of Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers)

In Focus with George Rodriguez

by Lizette Carrasco, VPAM Student Tutor In October 2019, the Vincent Price Art Museum opened George Rodriguez: Double Vision, an exhibition curated by Josh Kun, Professor of Communication and Journalism and Chair in Cross-Cultural Communication in the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California, encompassing forty years of photography in the artist’s first career… Read More In Focus with George Rodriguez

Press Room | 2007 – 2010

Press 2010 “Coming Attractions: East Los Angeles College Performing and Fine Arts Center” Pasadena’s Rose Magazine, Oct.-Nov. 2010 Brechtel, Diana. “Art Museum Receives Grant” ELAC Campus News, Nov. 17, 2010. “An Art Renaissance at East Los Angeles College” Affinity, p. 12-13 “Un Renacimiento del Arte en East Los Angeles College” Hoy Los Angeles, August 13, 2010, p.35 Davilla, Loreen.… Read More Press Room | 2007 – 2010

Finding my voice and footing in the museum world

by Andrea Gonzalez As the Curatorial, Conservation, and Exhibition Preparation Intern at the Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM), one of my duties this summer has been to assist with the organization of New Voices: The 2018 Student Art Exhibition. Working alongside VPAM director Pilar Tompkins Rivas, VPAM preparator Victor Parra, and guest juror Julian Bermudez… Read More Finding my voice and footing in the museum world

How exposure to exhibitions in our community reflect a different perspective

by Jocelyn Benavides I am Jocelyn Benavides, a senior at Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School, and participant in the ICA LA’s Agency of Assets initiative. Agency of Assets is designed to expose local youth to arts organizations, their leaders, and the many career opportunities available within the field. My experience in the program culminated with… Read More How exposure to exhibitions in our community reflect a different perspective