“The Makers” Exhibition at L.A. Union Station Celebrates Artists Who Enhance the Transit Rider’s Experience on Metro
Public conversation with Metro artists
Oct. 20 2016
Join us for the last in a special series of free public conversations with Metro artists on Thursday, Oct. 20 in Union Station’s beautiful Historic Ticketing Hall. The moderated conversation and Q&A will feature the artists June Edmonds, Michael Massenburg and Roy Dowell, who created artwork for Pacific Ave, Farmdale and Canoga Stations, respectively.
The conversation is free, open to the public and takes place from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Breeders Cup "The Best is Yet to Come" Horse Art Exhibition
Breeders’ Cup, in partnership with Discover Los Angeles, announces the launch of ‘The Best is Yet to Come Horse Art Exhibition,’ a pop-up community art program created in collaboration with Crewest Studio and five notable Los Angeles street artists.
Barnsdall’s SKIN Show Aestheticizes the Politics of Race
Article written by Mat Gleason
Feburary 10, 2016
Noah Purifoy: From Watts with 66 Signs of Neon to the Gallows
Sunday, June 7, 2015 @ 1 pm
LACMA joins the Watts Towers Art Center to commemorate the Watts rebellion through presentations of artist’s reactions. In 1965, alongside eight artists, including Judson Powell, Noah Purifoy gathered three tons of debris from the rubble and began his largest body of work—what was once a collection of 66 pieces that embodied the artist’s spirit of collaboration—66 Signs of Neon. Gallows (2003) is considered Purifoy’s last work. Anchored by these signposts on opposite ends of a long career, the panel discusses these works and more. Panelists include Powell; Sue Welsh, longtime friend and collaborator of Noah Purifoy; Studio Museum curator Naima Keith; artist and curator Michael Massenburg; and artist and teacher Sam Durant.
The panel is moderated by exhibition curators Franklin Sirmans, Terri and Michael Smooke Curator at LACMA, and Yael Lipschutz, independent curator and archivist of the Noah Purifoy Foundation.
LACMA, Bing Theater
Free and open to the public
50 YEARS AND I STILL CAN'T BREATHE
Remembering the 50th Anniversary of the 1965 Watts Rebellion and Now
Curators Rosie Lee Hooks & Michael Massenburg
OPENING RECEPTION: February 22, 2015 1:00 p.m.
PROFESSOR RON WILKINS, SPEAKER
Watts Towers Arts Center, Noah Purifoy Gallery
AmdePoet - Difficultez Technical - OLD SCHOOL NEW SCHOOL 2015
New CD from Watts Prophet Amde Hamilton bridges Watts Rebellion to World Wide Web
Executive Producers: Craig Webb & Anthony Hamilton
Lyrics by Anthony Hamilton
Produced by Brian Gallow, Claramax Music, ASCAP
Mixed by Dae One
Artwork by: Michael Massenburg
Inglewood Growing Artist Project unvailed in Inglewood Main Library
The City of Inglewood is celebrat- ing the completion of newly com- missioned works of public art in an afternoon festival on Saturday, January 10, 2015, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Inglewood Public Library, 101 West Manchester, Inglewood, CA.
The afternoon will begin with the dedication of Inglewood Stories, the new site-specific mural by nationally noted Inglewood artist Michael Massenburg. Remarks will be provided by the artist and Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts. Free bookmarks and a poster of the art will be available in the Li- brary Lobby.
KCET DEPARTURES : On Location: Inglewood
Article written by Mike Sonksen
November 18, 2014
LACMA9: Inglewood Art + Film Lab
Article written by Hanul Bahm
September 5, 2014
Janurary 14, 2014
KCET ARTBOUND : Public Art, Private Stories: Michael Massenburg Collages Los Angeles
Article written by Lynell George
June 3, 2013
The Source: Transportation News and Views : Art for the Expo Line: All in a Day by Michael Massenburg
Article written by Heidi Zeller
June 14, 2012
Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles, CA. A CONVERSATION ON ART AND THE '92 RIOTS, Featuring: Artists Elaine Brandt, Michael Massenburg, Charles Miller, and Maggie Hazen; writer, Carol Kwang Park; and art historian Eun Jung Park. Moderated by Michael Mata. In association with KCCD and SAIGU.
THE 45 SHOW
What: The 45 Show – Opening Reception
When: Saturday, April 9, 2011
Time: 5 PM – 11 PM
Where: Twenty Miles East Art Gallery
558-A West Second Street, Pomona CA 91767
Painted, melted sculpted and photographed. Just some of the adjectives used by curator/artist Michael Massenburg to describe the many ways a collective of Southern California artists will use 45’s (vinyl records) as a medium in an upcoming art exhibition. Art meets vinyl in this showcase of 45 of some of Southern California’s finest artists, creating one-of-a-kind designs using the 45 as a starting point. “My instructions to the artists were simple,” Massenburg said. “Use the 45 as a starting point. Other than that there were no limits.” The opening reception on April 9 at Twenty Miles East Gallery (20 miles east of LA) coincides with the 2nd Saturday Pomona Art Walk.