Benefit exhibition and art sale to support the UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios

On June 3, the UCLA Department of Art will present a one-time benefit exhibition and art sale featuring work by faculty, both current and former, and alumni to support the renovation and expansion of the UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios in Culver City.

Faculty and alumni contributing work to the benefit exhibition and sale include Judy Chicago, Anne Collier, Robert Heinecken, Mary Kelly, Toba Khedoori, Barbara Kruger, Rodney McMillian, Dave Muller, Catherine Opie, Lari Pittman and James Welling, among others.

The benefit exhibition and sale will take place at 3Labs Studios in Culver City, one block from the UCLA Graduate Art Studios.

Details

  • Saturday, June 3, 2017, 12 p.m.
    3Labs
    8461 Warner Dr.
    Culver City
  • A ticketed artists’ lunch and preview precedes the public exhibition opening. Digital images of all works will be provided to ticket holders in advance. Individual tickets are $350 and tables cost $3,000
  • Exhibition opens to the public free of charge at 3 p.m.

For more information, call 310-825-2512 or email benefit@arts.ucla.edu.

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