Saturday, June 17, 2017 to Saturday, June 17, 2017
5pm to 9pm
Education Pavilion, 1550 S. El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA 92024
Free for members
MacArthur Fellow and highly acclaimed artist Jorge Pardo will lead an art discussion in the garden to close out our last artist residency of the season. Art, music, drinks and entertainment will make for a fun evening in the garden.
-See Resident Artist Jorge Pardo's work from 5-6p
-Mingle in the Education Pavilion(music & entertainment) from 6-7p
-Listen and engage with Jorge Pardo during his discussion in the garden 7-8p
-Art Lounge(art activity, music, and drinks) 8-9p
About the Artist:
Using a broad palette of vibrant colors, Jorge Pardo's alluring work examines the intersection of contemporary painting, design, sculpture, and architecture. Working on minuscule and monumental scales, Pardo treats entire public spaces as blank canvases looking to be transformed. Tecoh is his most ambitious project to date, nestled in the northern Yucatan jungle, where Pardo combined Mayan ruins and modern design creating a sprawling series of buildings, pools, and gardens that question the distinction between fine art and architecture.