The Armchair Art Walk, from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 4, will celebrate Women’s History Month.
The event, sponsored by the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District, is taking the place of the First Thursday Art Walk while COVID-19 distancing requirements are in place.
The Art Walk will be available online on Zoom and Facebook Live.
The guests will be:
Monica Orozco, a Los Angeles-based portrait photographer, documentary photographer, and self-portrait fine art photographer. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, LA Times, and The Guardian. She has also exhibited in LA, Palm Springs, San Francisco, New York, Berlin, London, and Rome.
Evelyn McDonnell, associated professor of journalism at Loyola Marymount University. She is an expert on music, gender, and politics. She has written or coedited six books, from Rock She Wrote: Women Write about Rock, Pop and Rap to Women Who Rock: Bessie to Beyonce. Girl Groups to Riot Grrrl. She is also series editor for Music Matters, a collection of short books about musicians.
Anne Daub, who has worked in the fashion and toy industries, designing for humans, Barbie, and others. Show now works in painting and assemblage sculpture. Her jewelry work is loosely based on archetypes and defined by four categories: Elemental, Obsession, Tribal Modern, and Faceted Light. She believes in moods and how we choose to dress on any given day, simple, bold, edgy, elegant - it’s our choice on how to appear reflects who we are at any given moment.
Viewers may register for a free ticket at us02web.zoom.us or view on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/SPWArtsDistrict.