Studio Visit with Jeff Zischko

Sunday, September 19
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Location: 6400 East Cholla. Scottsdale
RSVP John Kaskela with your name, email address and the number of people in your party.



About the artist:

Jeff Zischke is an artist and designer who has achieved international exposure and recognition with many art installations and design projects worldwide. Jeff explores the cutting edge of sculpture, public art, mixed media, and lighting installations. His permanent and temporary projects draw inspiration from organic shapes and modern technology using materials from bamboo to plastics, steel and computer controlled LED light fixtures, He creates interactive installations that respond to nature as well as the urban environment.

About the artist’s work:

His sculptural environments embody local identity and invite residents to form a personal and dynamic relationship with the art and the place. Each project becomes tied to it’s environment through the use of local materials and working processes, strengthening community connections.

Studio Visit with Zarco Guerrero.

Saturday, October 23rd
10 am
Location: 551 North Alma School Road.
RSVP John Kaskela with your name, email address and the number of people in your party.

Zarko Guerrero has dedicated his artistic endeavors to create positive social change through the arts. He adopted Cesar Chavez-ideology of art as a social service. His art includes music, poetry and theater. He is the founder of Xicanindio Artes (now Xico, Inc.), the Cultural Coalition, Inc, and has been instrumental in the development of Latino Arts statewide.’

“Art is a statement that goes beyond mere entertainment and the decorative unveiling of the sordid and the beautiful. The primordial growl of the mask is a reminder of our origins and kinship to the beast.”

There is a limit of 10 people, so AAG members only.

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