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Current Solo Exhibitions at

MOAH

imprints

May 11 -  August 11, 2024

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) is pleased to announce Imprints, an exhibition that interrogates California’s land use, water rights, and the consumption of natural resources – often at a pace greater than can be replenished. Imprints includes solo exhibitions by six artists: Ann Diener, Charles Hood, Debra Scacco, Serena JV Elston, Sonja Schenk, and Terry Arena. The exhibition will be on view from Saturday, May 11, 2024, through Sunday, August 11, 2024.

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Current Solo Exhibition at

MOAH

Ann Diener: The Invented Land

May 11 – August 11, 2024

As a fourth-generation descendant of a Southern California farming family, Ann Diener has a deep connection to the land and is fascinated with its continual state of change. Several years ago, while visiting her late grandparents’ farm, she was struck by how abruptly and significantly this land had changed. No longer was she able to recognize her old haunts or familiar landmarks; the crops and trees were gone, the roads were reconfigured, and fertile farmland was covered in a shroud of industrial farming operations.

UPCOMING COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT:

PST ART: Art & Science Collide, Getty Pacific Standard Time 2024 Preview event

Saturday, August 3 at 2 PM

Featuring an Artist Talk and Book Signing with Ann Diener and Debra Scacco

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Current Exhibition at

MOAH

 

This Valley Is Sacred: The Ancestors Are Speaking

May 11 – August 11, 2024

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) is pleased to announce This Valley Is Sacred: The Ancestors Are Speaking, a multi-faceted exhibition sharing both the harsh realities and the beauty of Native existence as experienced by the tribal groups that call the Antelope Valley their ancestral home. The exhibition will be on view from Saturday, May 11, 2024, through Sunday, August 11, 2024. In addition to the public reception held on Saturday, May 11, 2024 from 2 to 4 PM, a special public engagement event, Native Antelope Valley, hosted by our Native American Advisory Council will occur Sunday May 19, 2 to 4 PM.

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Upcoming Exhibition at

MOAH:CEDAR

 

Annual Juried Art Exhibition 2024

March 28 - May 12, 2024

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) and MOAH:CEDAR are thrilled to announce the 39th Annual All-Media Juried Art Exhibition. The exhibition will celebrate participating artists with a reception on Saturday, June 1 from 4 to 6 PM in the Cedar Gallery. Jurors will select the Best of Exhibition, 2nd Best of Exhibition and 3rd Best of Exhibition awards donated by the Lancaster Museum & Public Art Foundation (LMPAF). The awards ceremony will begin at 6 PM where over $1,000 will be awarded to participants by the Lancaster Museum and Public Art Foundation and various small businesses, community organizations, public officials, and other sponsors. Visitors are also encouraged to follow the Lancaster Museum of Art & History and vote for their favorite pieces using #MOAHPeoplesChoice on Instagram and to vote in person up until the week of closing at MOAH:CEDAR. The artwork earning the most votes will be announced at the closing on July 20. The exhibition will run from Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, July 20, 2024.

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Robin Rosenthal

Current Exhibition at

ECIC

Robin Rosenthal and the Real93543 Community: It's Just The Desert

January 27 - July 1, 2024

As the Founder and Artistic Director of Real93543, Robin Rosenthal has been actively involved in creative place-keeping projects with the Southeast Antelope Valley community, facilitating arts-based explorations of local identity and fostering social connections. The conceptualization and execution of "It's Just the Desert" emerged as a community response to the often-heard justification for desecration of the Western Mojave corner, using the 19th-century cyanotype process to create photograms that symbolize the dualities and contradictions of the desert environment through a combination of found objects and words.

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