Community Public Art Gallery
Virtual Student Art Exhibits
The City of Malibu presents "Art Voyagers," an exhibition created by students in grade 12 from Malibu High School. Students created a variety of digital designs, PSA posters, word art, phone graphics, and works that paid homage to Chuck Close, an artist noted for his highly inventive techniques used to paint the human face. Art courses were led by Malibu High School Art Teacher, Carla Bowman Smith.
The City of Malibu presents Superheroes, an art exhibition created by students from Our Lady of Malibu School. The exhibition portrays superhero role models with extraordinary powers who do something good for the world. Our Lady of Malibu Art Teacher Justine Petretti discussed the importance of role models and inspired students to create their unique version of a superhero.
The City of Malibu and BlueSea Care Services are displaying artwork from the Art to Wellness program, instructed by Carla Bates. The class uses various mediums of art and is open to those 55+ and their families.
The artwork is displayed at Malibu Bluffs Park, Michael Landon Center.
Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising
Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising is a collaborative community exhibition which will feature photography, paintings, drawing, free standing art, short films, and written work.
The exhibit will be displayed from September 23 through December 2019 at Malibu City Hall (23825 Stuart Ranch Road) Monday through Thursday, 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM and Friday, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
“Art Voyagers” is a student art exhibition at Malibu Bluffs Park, Michael Landon Center and will be on display through September 6, 2019. Visitors may view the artwork Monday through Sunday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM when classes are not in session.
While working with Malibu High School teachers, Carla Bowman-Smith and Thor Evensen, art students from the Malibu High School graduating class of 2019 created artwork in various mediums including photography, mixed media, and digital design. The exhibition also includes a mobile of 1,000 rainbow-colored paper origami whales made by Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District students through the P.S. Arts Program taught by Angie Bradshaw.