On Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, The Museum of the San Fernando Valley will hold a Meet and Greet reception for participating SFV Artists and Museum supporters of its upcoming exhibit "Unmasking the San Fernando Valley."
This exhibit will offer one-of-a-kind collection of hand-made decorative masks, all created by some of SFV's most well-known and established artists. Each mask is connected to a SFV event and is designed to excite and engage the SFV history buff. Each mask is available for purchase, with a significant portion of the sales proceeds to be donated to The Museum.
The participating valley-based artists this year include: Earl Beard, Barbara Katz Bierman, Chloe Combow, Richard Cryer, Sarah Hage, Phyllis Hansen, Judy Heimlich, Michaela Hughes, Morgan Kari, Andrea Monroe, Akram Ighani Namdarian, Bronwyn Rubin, Ellen Rundle, Ingrid Elburg Shapiro, Jenn Sher, Charles Sherman, Debbie Wubben and Virginia Viera.
The event is free and RSVP is required. Refreshments will be available.
To RSVP, please email either Jackie.Langa@themuseumsfv.org or go to The Museum's Eventbrite page through this link.
The Museum is located in Northridge
18860 Nordhoff Street, Suite 204,
SE corner of Nordhoff Street and Wilbur Avenue.
The Museum's phone number is (818) 347-9665. Free parking is available behind The Museum building.
The exhibition of "Unmasking the San Fernando Valley" will run from Tuesday, December 3, 2019 through Thursday, January 16, 2020.