Cooperate to Thrive: from the 1920s & 2020s
Produced and Sponsored by the Pacific Grove Arts Center and Arts Habitat
Sunday, March 13, 2022, 1:30 to 4:00 P.M.
Pacific Grove Art Center, 568 Lighthouse Avenue
Free and open to the public, no reservations, COVID protocols honored
Join an exciting opportunity to participate in a discussion with local painters, writers, and the director of the Monterey Museum of Art along with live jazz, auction and book signing.
What role do artist collectives and collaboratives play in helping individual artists thrive and in fostering support for the arts in communities? Artists of Monterey along with the new Director of the Monterey Museum of Art will discuss the history and future of artist collectives in making Monterey a vital creative community. Author Joanna FitzPatrick will start the conversation by telling the history of Carmel's artist colony and how she came to write "The Artist Colony".
Corey Madden, Monterey Museum of Art Executive Director
Joanna FitzPatrick, author of The Artist Colony
Denese Sanders, Artist, Educator, Founder Open Ground Studios
Natalia Corazza, Artist, Muralist, Youth Arts Collective assistant and mentor, founder La Neta Murals
Paul Richmond, Artist, Activist, Co-founder of the You Will Rise Project
CORPORATE SPONSOR: Linqto, Inc.
Thank you to BookWorks in Pacific Grove who will be selling The Artist Colony at the event.
Arts Habitat connects and collaborates with artists and arts organizations in Monterey County to foster a dynamic, growing community, while leading the way to a thriving center for the arts at East Garrison.
The Pacific Grove Art Center is here to encourage art appreciation and stimulate interest; to display all types of art to the general public on a non-discriminatory basis; to hold art classes, lectures, forums, exhibits. We invite you to join us and share our interest in the arts.
Shirmaine Jones, Administrator
Office: (831) 624-6111
Cell: (831) 601-4446