Bakersfield Museum of Art

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Bakersfield Museum of Art
Bakersfield Museum of Art is listed in the Museums category in Bakersfield, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Bakersfield Museum of Art which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bakersfield Museum of Art on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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1930 R St
Bakersfield, CA 93301
(661) 323-7219

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A little Via Arté Preview with long-time Via Arté Artist Kevin Hardin and his assistant Joshua at the Haggin Oaks Farmers Market! See everyone on October 21-22 as we takeover The Marketplace!


Thank you for sharing your story, Roy! fb.me/29nrAiSUn

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Thank you for sharing your story, Roy!
Art has always been a passion to Roy Goldstein. Growing up, Roy was inspired by his art teacher Ron Moore who would create huge works out at Via Arté every year as Roy would work on the Bambino side on small squares. He knew that someday he would become old enough to work on the professional side like his teacher. On the pavement, Roy always thinks about his late teacher and hopes that he is making him proud. This will be Roy's third year participating as a Sponsored Artist at Via Arté. Each year is exhausting and a challenge to him to see what he can create by himself on such a large scale and short period of time. Roy knows that every year will be better than the last and we look forward to watching him grow as an artist. We know you're making Mr. Moore proud, Roy. Watch Roy and hundreds of other artists transform the blacktop next weekend at Via Arté.


Via Arté is next weekend and we can't wait to see Ever Galvez, our 2017 Via Arté Featured Artist, hundreds of.. fb.me/2KA5BxOLs

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Via Arté is next weekend and we can't wait to see Ever Galvez, our 2017 Via Arté Featured Artist, hundreds of other artists, and our community out on the pavement at The Marketplace.
The Bakersfield Museum of Art is proud to welcome Ever Galvez as the 2017 Via Arté Featured Artist! Galvez is a fine artist, classically trained in painting, drawing, sculpture and traditional animation. He is known most prominently for his award winning Chalk Street Painting talents. He began his journey enriched by the vibrant colors of Mexico and eventually the multicultural influences of Southern California. Through his art, he shares an interpretation of colors that goes beyond what the naked eye can see in all that surrounds him. He combines this with his deep respect for the traditional arts and artists like Alphonse Mucha, Lorenzo Bernini, J.C. Leyendecker, William A. Bouguereau, Caravaggio, and Michelangelo among others. In doing so, he creates a form of realism that he believes brings a subject's true colors and emotions to the surface for all to experience. At the heart of all his work, is a desire to help people through creativity. Street Painting, in particular, has allowed him to fulfill this desire. Ever travels year-round nationally and internationally to paint at large festivals, private events and often supporting philanthropic causes giving back to the community. He also teaches workshops to the youths, in addition to working with clients on commercial projects. Ever’s commercial work includes large scale 3D paintings, traditional murals and portraits, concept designs and character maquettes for companies, studios and private commissions.

This Saturday, we are having another session of Saturday Studio for children ages 6-8, featuring printmaking. Printmaking is the process of making pictures or designs from specially prepared plates or blocks; you can be as creative as you like. BMoA Educator Brandon Landers will demonstrate how to accomplish creating works of art with oil pastels, paint, and ink. Students will also see examples of how printmaking has been approached through history, for a well-rounded learning experience. In one class, your child will create multiple pieces and can become a printmaking pro! Learn more or register online now at bmoa.org/kids

Did you know that we have over 300 works in the BMoA Permanent Collection? ["Evidence of Change", Dorothy Churchill-Johnson, 2008, oil on canvas, 36x36", BMoA Permanent Collection, donated by the artist]


A Surrealist Masquerade: masks, lights, music, drinks and so much more.. fb.me/8N6PDhuW1


Don't miss our last Yoga in the Garden of the year! fb.me/Ev4YVq29


Our Executive Director Amy has officially been with us for one year! Happy Anniversary, Amy! Thank you for... fb.me/36io2tNU0