Spring Juried Art Show Winners
We have officially announced the winners of our Spring Juried Art Show of 2021. We asked artists to reflect upon the theme of "Home."
We are currently showing all entries as an online art exhibition. Be sure to check out the other winners and art we received! + Thank you to all the artists who participated!
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
"Separate But Equal" by Avital Oehler
EMERGING ARTIST WINNER
" My Home" by Clementine Hussey (age 9)
EMERGING ARTIST WINNER
"Portrait of My Mother" by Olivia Olavarria (age 18)
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The Elysian Valley Arts Collective (E.V.A.C.), a Frogtown based arts 501(c)3 non-profit, is dedicated to preserving and promoting an inclusive community along the Los Angeles River consisting of artisans, businesses, community organizations and local residents, in order to cultivate a sense of place, a vibrant local economy and arts education for youth.
+ OUR RIVER
By Mimi Phan (2016)
In 2016, and in conjunction with the City of Los Angeles’ first Public Art Biennial “Current: LA Water,” the EVAC commissioned a short documentary entitled “Our River” from local filmmaker Mimi Phan. The film, which records through oral histories the historic relationship between the community of Elysian Valley and the Los Angeles River, was selected by the New Filmmakers LA for inclusion in their 2016 film festival, On Location. It was subsequently selected for the LA Harbor International Film Festival and screened as part of the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs event “Great Streets”.
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