Category: programming

OENING 10/14: Duty of Care

The Collective Arts Incubator is proud to present Duty of Care, a group exhibition in various media by an international trio of artists; Max King Cap (USA), Edgar Endress (Chile), and Nuttaphol Ma (Thailand). Examining our social and political obligations to our fellow citizens—and the manifold ways in which we shirk this duty—the artists in Duty of Care document, enact,…

OPENING 8/12: Unencumbered | Architectural ideas addressing homelessness in Los Angeles

Typical Office in collaboration with Collective Arts Incubator and MAIDEN LA is pleased to present “Unencumbered” a group exhibition of new architectural ideas addressing the homelessness in Los Angeles. Exhibition Opening Reception: Saturday, August 12, 2017, 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm (Facebook Event) Gallery Hours: By Appointment Unencumbered will feature the ideas of 6 Architects: Yohannes Baynes, Begum Baysan, Erin Horahan,…

OPENING 7/14: City Limits | Making Art in the City of Angels

What kind of a life creates an art piece? How does available work space inform the work? These are questions we consider in CITY LIMITS: Making Art in the City of Angels. Cameron Tyme Edison’s work is created in a tiny studio she built under her sleeping quarters. Sam Shoemaker’s multimedia sculptures are sourced from reclaimed materials from the alley…

OPENING 6/3: PAAX | Hyperforms of the Marvelous Void

Enter the Marvelous Void! Patrick PAAX channels imagery from over two decades of exploration in Chaos Magick, Zen Intuition and Sci-Fi Abstraction. “Exterminate all rational thought” Suspend your perceptions of time and space, and join us in the Marvelous Void, an exhibition of never-before seen art works: glowing other-worldly sculptures–paintings–video projections–The Warlords of Waal! Exhibition Opening Reception: Saturday, June 3,…

OPENING 4/15: Project Embodied

Collective Arts Incubator is thrilled to present the launch of PROJECT EMBODIED – an ongoing series of live performances and exhibitions that focus on contemporary art through the lenses of performativity. PROJECT EMBODIED will launch with a group exhibition presenting works by LA and NY-based artists Johnny Shield, Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack, Jean Rim, Yon Natalie Mik and Sheila Garrett Roriguez at…

OPENING 2/11: Limanalia New Works | Rachid Bouhamidi

The Collective Arts Incubator is pleased to present Limanalia: New Works, a series of solo artist exhibitions curated by Summer Peterson. The series begins with paintings and installation by Rachid Bouhamidi. The opening reception features live performances by the Ecstatic Energy Lab and The Elbow Orchestra. Exhibition Opening Reception: Saturday, February 11, 2017, 7pm -10pm Performances 8pm -10pm Gallery Hours: By Appointment Rachid…

EVENT SCHEDULE: Tracing Tomorrow January at CAI

Tracing Tomorrow presents various artistic modes and strategies that can build social, political and ecological sustainability. It shares artistic ideas for combating the status quo of neglect and destruction that contemporary society perpetuates. All works have participatory components that invite you to actively trace the path of their production and imagine the value of what we will create tomorrow. Participate in…

WORKSHOP 1/15: Krista Feld’s Memento Arbores

We are thrilled to announce our next workshop, a part of the upcoming show Tracing Tomorrow, curated by Natalie Mik and Michael Nannery. January 15th 12-3pm: Krista Feld’s Memento Arbores Identify tree species and derive color from saw dust with Tracing Tomorrow artist Krista Feld. Learn about trees and the many different uses for wood. Students will take home hand dyed cotton bandanas using saw dust for color. Participate in…

OPENING 12/10: Tracing Tomorrow

The Collective Arts Incubator is pleased to present Tracing Tomorrow, a group exhibition curated by Natalie Mik and Michael Nannery, opening up a conversation about art and sustainability. The exhibition will be on view from Saturday, December 10th, 2016– January 31st, 2017 at the Collective Arts Incubator (CAI). Mik and Nannery who work both as independent curators and artists had…