The Life of an Artist: Ingrid Reeve, Barbara Milliorn, Evan Senn

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THE LIFE OF AN ARTIST: INGRID REEVE, BARBARA MILLIORN, EVAN SENN
ongoing throughout 2014

Grand Central Art Center opens the studio/activation space for GCAC Artists in Residences Indrid Reeve, Barbara Milliorn and Evan Senn, as they develop their project The Life of an Artist. The project is a proposed television/webcast series that follows the lives of two Orange County artists and their manager, an art historian and art critic, as they strive for their professional dream to solidify careers as professional artists.

Ingrid Reeve, Barbara Milliorn and Evan Senn are recent graduates of higher education programs at California State University, Fullerton. Throughout this coming year, the artists will be hosting and participating in monthly events in their artist in residence space at Grand Central Art Center (GCAC), in downtown Santa Ana. The monthly events will include panel discussions, screenings and workshops, as well as performances that will engage the community of Santa Ana and the larger Orange County.

Their residency at GCAC is meant to help them in their goal to educate and entertain interested parties on the life of an up-and-coming female artist in Southern California by creating a window into the art world, as well as providing historical context for contemporary practices in the arts, and a focus on the unique struggles and benefits of being a woman in today’s world.

Click this link to see the recent activities at Grand Central Art Center and information/images from this project:
https://grandcentralartcenter.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/busy-end-to-2013-even-busier-beginning-to-2014-gcac/

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6 Responses to The Life of an Artist: Ingrid Reeve, Barbara Milliorn, Evan Senn

  1. […] March 1st, Life of An Artist (Ingrid Reeve, Barbara Milliorn and Evan Senn) will continue their dialogue with the public on what […]

  2. […] Barbara Milliorn and Evan Senn continued their dialogue with the public, through their project Life of An Artist , on what it means to be a feminist and a working female art […]

  3. […] Life of An Artist debuts their first episode, during the April Santa Ana First Saturday Art Walk.  Come join Ingrid, Barbara and Evan as they screen the first episode of their documentary web series. In this series, two female artists have paired together with an art critic and manager to better navigate through the difficult and tumultuous terrain, on the road toward successful art world careers. […]

  4. […] Life of An Artist debuts their first episode, during the April Santa Ana First Saturday Art Walk. Come join Ingrid, Barbara and Evan as they screen the first episode of their documentary web series. In this series, two female artists have paired together with an art critic and manager to better navigate through the difficult and tumultuous terrain, on the road toward successful art world careers. […]

  5. […] Life of An Artist will screen the film Cutie and The Boxer for free, in their basement studio at Grand Central Art Center. With popcorn, candy and sodas, the LOAA artists hope that this film will evoke deeper thought on the complex relationship of male and female artists; competition, relationship roles, differing practices and interactions. The complex relationship between well-known artists Noriko Shinohara and Ushio Shinohara is interesting, provocative and honest. Director Zachary Heinzerling exposes the very intimate lives of the Shinoharas. Their partnership is a playful and combative one; occasionally helping each other grow and prosper, occasionally battling one another with all they’ve got. […]

  6. […] screening of the film Cutie and the Boxer, as a public program for their current project/residency Life of an Artist. The audience loved […]

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