Join us at 18th Street Arts Center for guided studio tours and champagne! Our Champagne Socials happen twice a year and are an afternoon campus-wide open studio. Come for a meet and greet with cheerful libations. Enjoy access to new works in progress and intimate discussions with the artists.
18th Street Arts Center’s residency programs help build and strengthen the creative community by working with local, national and international artists and curators. There are five types of residencies, including local organizations in residence, where arts organizations have their offices and activities on our campus; local artists in residence, where LA-based artist occupy either live/work or day work studios for 1 year or more; a visiting artist program that hosts international and national artists and curators from between 1 to 3 months; a curator in residence, who has studio space for one calendar year to conduct research and foster community engagement through ancillary programs, such as symposia, lectures, and artist talks; and the Artist Lab Residency program, structured as both a residency and an exhibition for an LA-based artist.
Exhibition in Atrium Gallery:
Rebecca Bournigault’s installation at 18th Street Arts Center, Substance, presents a collection of recent works in which the artist considers the role of the body in painting from a number of directions.
Locals artists in residence with open studios:
Local organizations in residence with open studios and/or activities:
Curator in Residence:
Visiting Artists in Residence:
Artist Lab Resident:
(Mario Ybarra, Jr. & Karla Diaz) Slanguage Studio
Parking is limited. Street parking available both on Olympic and on 17th Street.
David McDonald (1629 #1)
Lita Albuquerque (1629 #4)
Leslie Labowitz-Starus (1655)
Cheryl Walker (1655)
Henriëtte Brouwers & John Malpede (1653 #4)
Arzu Arda Kosar (1653 #5)
Luciana Abait (1653 #6)
Yvette Gellis (1659-B)
12:30 – 1:30 PM
Kamal Sabran with special guest Eric Hausmann, live music (back parking lot)
Rebecca Bournigault talk with Laddie John Dill (1629 Atrium Gallery)
EZTV screening/performance with Kate Crash (1657)
11 AM – 3 PM
Slanguage Studio: open house (Main Gallery)
Virginia Avenue Project: inaugural open house (1649)
Project X: open house (1629 #2)
EZTV: open house (1629 #6)
Continuum Movement Studio: open house w/activities (1629 #7)
CA Lawyers for the Arts: booth (1653 #3C)
Supported in part by a grant from the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission.