A Panel Discussion for Artists
October 25, 7-9 p.m.
24266 Main Street
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Learn about the world of public art and how you can get involved. Panelists Beau K. Basse, founder of arts consultancy LeBasse Projects, and public artists HB Hanrahan and Alison Saar, will discuss various aspects of public arts projects, including how each of them achieved a career in the field.
Los Angeles native Alison Saar received the United States Artist Fellowship in 2012 and has also been awarded the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship and two National Endowment Fellowships. She’s had her work exhibited at many galleries and museums, including the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
MB Hanrahan has been living and maintaining art studios in Ventura since 1989. MB also paints murals and creates public art for the community of Ventura. A significant portion of her art practice has involved youth, from elementary to college level, in both the design and painting of community murals. MB considers herself a pop artist, her work usually contains popular cultural references from the present to the past.
Beau K. Basse is the Founder of LeBasse Projects, a contemporary creative and cultural consulting firm, working with clients including international developers, cities and global brands. He also currently serves on the Private Sector Network Council at the Americans for the Arts and is on the board for the Los Angeles Design Festival.