Engaging Ensor: Interactive Print Project

The Mobile Arts Platform (MAP) is pleased to announce it was invited for a Summer Residency at the Getty Museum and Getty Villa that includes seven on-site interactive installations. The installation dates are:

Mobile Arts Platform in action

Mobile Arts Platform in action

Getty Museum:

Saturday, June 28th from 12-3pm,

Sunday, June 29th from 12-3pm,

Wednesday, July 2 from 12-3pm,

Thursday, July 3 from 12-3pm

Getty Villa:

Monday, July 7th from 12-3pm,

Friday, August 1st from 12-3pm,

Saturday, August 2nd from 12-3pm

For these events, artists Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari will develop collaborative artworks using a mobile screen-printing cart (which in itself, is a participatory social sculpture inspired by the classic teardrop trailer and pulled behind a vintage Vespa scooter).

The artists invite you to join them as they create interactive posters in conjunction with the exhibition, "The Scandalous Art of James Ensor." The posters are free, the drop-in program is free, the creative experience and opportunity is priceless.

The Mobile Arts Platform (MAP) is a Bay Area artmaking and curatorial team founded in 2009 by Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari. It is a creative mobile exhibition structure that engages the public in the artmaking process.

If you're in the LA area on one of these dates please stop on by! Chris and Peter would love to see you there!

See more info at: http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/days/06282014.html