Join UrbanRock Design for Cadence Park Art Walk Opening Celebration

Join Jeanine Centuori and Russell Rock of URBANROCK as they unveil a new public installation in Irvine, CA. The Art Walk installation is part of a series of projects for a public park that have been curated by Le Basse Projects and in concert with Five Points.

Cadence Park Art Walk Opening Celebration
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 11am-2pm
703 Benchmark, Irvine, CA 92618

Come celebrate the official opening of the Cadence Park Art Walk from 11am to 2pm. Meet Art Walk’s featured artists and enjoy music courtesy of DJ Gingee. Sample food truck fare and enjoy these activities:

Go on a View Finder photo scavenger hunt with Urban rock
Travel through history with the artist duo Jeanine Centuori and Russell Rock of URBANROCK, creators of View Finder. Engage in this interactive installation piece in the Art Walk by participating in a photo scavenger hunt that will take you throughout the park to discover the history of Great Park Neighborhoods.

Participate in a live mural painting with local artist Nate Frizzell
Visit with the artist and participate in a collaborative mural workshop with local Los Angeles based muralist, Nate Frizzell. Nate’s murals can be seen in the pool areas of Cadence Park and Beacon Park.

Help build a collaborative origami sculpture
Inspired by Nate Frizzell’s murals, Dog and Pony’s origami crane sculptures, and Kristen Farr’s rotating wheels all here at Cadence Park, get creative with local teaching artist, Tomi Okuno. Her origami-inspired sculptures bring the origami imagery through the park to life. You can contribute to these sculptures by getting hands-on with decorative paper mache origami paper materials.

Student Community Exhibition with Portola High School 
Experience the local emerging artists in our own community from Portola High School through their community exhibition of AP Studio Arts students. The exhibition is located next to the sculpture created by LeBasse Projects, inspired by the top student designs of Portola High School’s ceramics class. Led by teacher, Kearci Moir.

Create your own t-shirt printing workshop with Sage Vaughn and Self Help Graphics
Self Help Graphics – Barrio Mobile Art Studio is leading a screen-printing workshop using designs created by Sage Vaughn’s work featured in the Cadence Park Art Walk. Come meet with the artist and create t-shirts inspired by their work.

Learn about Stories from the OC in a zine workshop
Visit Cadence Park’s exhibition Stories from the OC and learn more about StoryCorps, the nonprofit who aims to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. Share your story with a zine-making workshop with LA Zine Fest’s Daisy Noemi.

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