‘Cine Sin Fronteras’ showcases Latin-American short-films

September 20, 2018

By Juan Calvillo  The “Cine Sin Fronteras” short-film festival at the Vincent Price Art Museum featured experimental filmography and opened dialogue with the local community Saturday. The Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles held the event in hopes of bringing the cinematic arts of Latino-America to a community filled with the very people whose countries the art was created in. “The museum strives to be a place that presents exciting…


Award-winning artists’, students work presented at VPAM

By Jesus Figueroa The 2014 Student Juried Art Exhibit opened yesterday at the Vincent Price Art Museum’s Small Gallery, displaying 52 artworks with four students splitting three juror prizes. Top awards were given during the opening reception held from 6 to 8 p.m. The Juried Prize Award was given to Dorian Diaz, with a ceramic sculpture entitled “Horse for Picasso,” Chin Hin Ip, who drew two conte on paper drawings…

September 24, 2014

Coproreal Impulse transforms at VPAM

By Brian Villalba Corporeal Impulse displays themes of identity, fragility and perspective using the age-old mediums of clay and ceramic at the Vincent Price Art Museum. In the artist walkthrough of Corporeal Impulse, Kathleen Ryan and Bari Ziperstein spoke to a crowd about their work on Wednesday. They both create with clay and ceramics and explained their methods of bringing the neolithic materials into modern art. Ziperstein uses the form…

March 27, 2014