ArtWorks students visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art last weekend. From 16th century Raku tea bowls to Andy Warhol's Cambell's Soup Can, these high school students were able to see works of art that are in our history books today. Students were also able to meet with former BMOA curator Vikki Cruz who is now Curatorial Administrator for the Chinese and Korean Art Department at LACMA. Cruz took students on a short guided tour of the Korean and Chinese Art galleries.
About the program:
ArtWorks is a program for high school juniors and seniors who have a strong interest in the visual arts. It is a semester-long program consisting of eight meetings focusing on developing and enhancing artistic skills while providing a broad spectrum of hands-on visual arts enrichment activities.