Spring 2019 Public Presentations

That’s a wrap for 2018—19! Last week, artworxLA students completed a year of Public Presentations with our partners: the Autry Museum of the American West, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, and the USC School of Architecture. Through the creative lens, over 1,000 students at 33 school sites produced works sharing their knowledge of themes related to homelessness, traditional ecological knowledge, and diverse perspectives on the History of Los Angeles. As our students conclude their 2018—19 academic year, each student deepened their connections to issues facing their city while developing transferable skills which they can bring to any career. Congratulations, artworxLA students, on an amazing year of art projects and presentations at prestigious cultural institutions. 

Afflerbaugh Camp School
Boys Republic
Monte CCS
Glenn Rockey Camp School
Inglewood Continuation HS
Mujeres y Hombres Nobles Paige Camp School
Second Chance IS
Phoenix Academy
Visions Learning Center
Vista Continuation HS

Alonzo CDS
Angelus Plaza Preparatory HS
CHS–Bellevue Branch
Design + Media Arts Academy at Central HS
Mar Vista Gardens Branch
CHS–Silverlake Branch
Duke Ellington HS
Frida Kahlo HS
Rose City HS

Autry Museum of the American West
Human Nature: Indigenous Knowledge and the California Landscape
photos by Paul Ulukpo

Amelia Earhart Continuation HS
Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall
Metropolitan HS
Cesar Chavez HS
Culver Park HS
Education Corps/Pico-Union: Newmark Continuation HS
Stoney Point Continuation HS
Will Rogers Continuation HS

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Becoming Los Angeles: The Next Chapter
photos by Paul Ulukpo

USC School of Architecture
Homes for Hope: Art and Design Address Housing in LA
photos by Sarah Hofmann