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In Beverly Hills, community members and thousands of visitors have come to enjoy the Beverly Hills Art Show every spring. The show, now in its 46th year, typically takes place across four linear blocks of Beverly Gardens Park in the heart of Beverly Hills.
Live events are temporarily canceled to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but the city is transforming the show into a virtual art experience.
On May 16-17, the Virtual Beverly Hills Art Show will be held at beverlyhills.org/artshow, where visitors can experience artwork of over 200 artists from around the country. Each artist profile will be accompanied with a small gallery of their work, and the virtual show will include live Zoom sessions featuring interviews with artists, painting instruction, music and more. Artwork in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, glass, jewelry, drawing and printmaking will be available for purchase.
“As a way to stay connected to our community and artists, we wanted to find a way to support our artists who were scheduled to participate in the show, while giving our community members a fun, engaging and interactive arts experience,” Community Services Director Jenny Roger said.
In addition to the upcoming virtual art show, Community Services also developed a virtual website at communitylifebh.org, where visitors can find a multitude of online programs, resources and inspiring content under Arts & Culture and Artists Resources, among other topics that will help keep residents nourished physically, mentally and spiritually at home. The website is now displaying its third edition, as it changes content every three weeks.
For information, visit beverlyhillsarts.org, or call (310)285-6830.
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