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lucienne Bloch and Frida Kahlo set above a portion of one of Lucienne's frescos. Title of show Lucienne Bloch, Art Advocacy Frida and Diego

The Ann Foxworthy Gallery at Allan Hancock College is pleased to present 
 
Lucienne Bloch: Art, Advocacy, Frida, and Diego” 
October 12 through November 18, 2021
Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. / Fridays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
 
Background on Lucienne Bloch her art, advocacy and life
Lucienne Bloch (1909-1999) was an accomplished artist and happened to be a peer and close friend of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. In the 1930s, her photographs of their working relationship and personal rapport captured poignant and intimate moments that aligned with many art historical and socio-political contexts of the 20th Century. She created an exceptional legacy as a muralist, sculptor, glass designer, photographer, advocate, political activist, educator, and illustrator. Lucienne Bloch’s contributions span over the last century as her multimedia talent crossed cultural boundaries.

An Evening art talk with Lucienne Allen
Thursday November 4, 6  - 7 pm

Please join us in a live webinar with, Lucienne Allen (Lucienne Bloch's Granddaughter and curator of the Bloch Collection) will share the stories of her grandmother, Lucienne Bloch's, journey as an emerging artist in the 1920s and 30s, and bring to life, her artworks, friendships with Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and Lucienne Bloch's documentation and participation in many of the scoial and political movements of the early 1900s. A brief Q&A will follow the talk.

Use the link to below to join the talk on November 4, 6pm -

 

Webinar link Lucienne Bloch Art Talk

 

To dig deeper and hear more about our current exhibit: In conjunction with our exhibit you can listen to a podcast interview with Lucienne Allen (granddaughter of Lucienn Bloch) where she discusses Lucienne Bloch, her art, advocacy and friendships, with interviewer Jill Thayer P.hD

http://www.jillthayer.com/podcasts/

 
 

The Ann Foxworthy Gallery, Hancock College is excited to be back in person this Fall and welcome visitors to come and view our arts exhibits.  

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Located in the Academic Resource Center, bldg. L-South on the Santa Maria campus
800 S. College Drive • Santa Maria, CA 93454
For information call • 805-694-8894

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