Exhibitions



OCTOBER 3, 2014
FIRST FRIDAYS: ART AWAKENINGS
EXHIBITED ARTISTS INCLUDE:
ROBIN PARKER GARCIA'S: CERAMICS, PAINTINGS, FILM PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOENIX STUDIO - PSA ART AWAKENINGS AGENCY
1014 N. 2nd STREET
PHOENIX, ARIZONA


December 3, 2013
First Fridays: Art Awakenings
Robin Parker Garcia's artwork: Ceramics, Paintings, Film Photographs
Phoenix Studio - PSA Art Awakenings Agency
1014 N. 2nd Street
Phoenix, Arizona


November 1, 2013
First Fridays: Art Awakenings
Robin Parker Garcia's artwork: Ceramics, Paintings, Film Photographs
Phoenix Studio - PSA Art Awakenings Agency
1014 N. 2nd Street
Phoenix, Arizona


October 2010 - September 2011
Robin Parker Garcia Exhibition
One person Exhibition
Hampton - Southwest Network Agency
Mesa, Arizona


DECEMBER 15 - FEBRUARY 4, 2007
PERSPECTIVES
LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL ART GALLERY

Exhibited artists include: Srboohie Abajian, Lillian Abel, Marsia Alexander-Clarke, Janine Autolitano,
Beth Bachenheimer, Denice Bartels, Lynn Creighton, Beverly Crist, Jacqueline Dreager, Carol Es,
Robin Parker Garcia, Carol Goldmark, Anne Mudge, Lis J. Schwitters, Olga Seem, Barbara Thomason,
Nancy Turner-Smith and Trine Wejp-Olsen.

Perspectives is part of The Feminist Art Project, a national exhibition program celebrating the
Feminist Art Movement, bringing public attention to women artists’ significant impact on
contemporary art practice, and guaranteeing their inclusion
in the cultural record, past, present, and future.

Opening Reception will be held Sunday, December 17, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Music will be provided by the Ranelin Jazz Ensemble.


June 2003
Robin Parker Garcia Exhibition
Art on the Square - Art, Music & Wine Festival
Hutchins Street Square Community Center
Lodi, California


August 1996
Robin Parker Garcia - One person exhibition
Bridge Gallery, City Hall
Los Angeles, California


December 1996
Robin Parker Garcia
70 Eureka Street
Sutter Creek, California


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PERSPECTIVES
AT LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL ART GALLERY

(Hollywood, California; November 20, 2006) Complementing Nancy Macko’s Hive Universe,
Perspectives features a selection of works by members of DCA’s Slide Registry. Curated by DCA’s Scott Canty
and Mary E. Oliver, DCA Slide Registrar, this exhibition address the issues of nature, technology, and feminism through sculpture, painting, photography,
collage, digital imagery, drawing, ceramics, installation, and assemblage.

Exhibited artists include: Srboohie Abajian, Lillian Abel, Marsia Alexander-Clarke, Janine Autolitano,
Beth Bachenheimer, Denice Bartels, Lynn Creighton, Beverly Crist, Jacqueline Dreager, Carol Es,
Robin Parker Garcia, Carol Goldmark, Anne Mudge, Lis J. Schwitters, Olga Seem, Barbara Thomason,
Nancy Turner-Smith and Trine Wejp-Olsen.

Both Hive Universe and Perspectives are part of The Feminist Art Project, a national exhibition program celebrating the Feminist Art Movement, bringing public attention to women artists’ significant impact on contemporary art practice, and guaranteeing their inclusion in the cultural record, past, present, and future.


The exhibition will run from Friday, December 15, 2006 to February 4, 2007. The Opening Reception will be held Sunday, December 17, from 2 to 5 p.m. Music by will be provided by the Ranelin Jazz Ensemble, courtesy of the Recording Industries' Performance Fund.


Conversations with the Artists, a series of talks with featured artists and curators designed to give the audience an opportunity to engage directly with featured individuals in an informal setting. Three conversations will take place in the exhibition space, where featured individuals will discuss issues and concerns motivating their professional practice.
Each conversation will conclude with questions and comments from the attending public.

Conversations with the Artists:
Friday, January 5, 7:30 p.m. - Nancy Macko
Saturday, January 20, 2:00 p.m. - Jean Clad
Saturday, February 3, 2:00 pm - Scott Canty and Mary E. Oliver


ABOUT LAMAG
The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery is a facility of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and is located at 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, 90027. Admission for Adults is $7; Seniors and Students, $3; Children under 12 with Adults, Free. Admission is free during First Fridays (first Friday of each month). The Gallery is open Friday through Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m. Hours are extended to 9 p.m. on First Fridays. For general information, the public may call 323.644.6269.

ABOUT DCA
The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) serves as a leader to generate and support high quality arts and cultural experiences for Los Angeles residents and visitors. DCA advances the social and economic impact of the arts and assures access to arts and cultural experiences through grant making, marketing, public and community arts programming, arts education, and creating partnerships with artists and arts and cultural organizations in every community in the City of Los Angeles.

DCA grants $3.4 million annually to over 300 artists and nonprofit arts organizations and awards the Artist-in-Residence (A.I.R) and City of Los Angeles (C.O.L.A.) Individual Artist Fellowships. It provides arts and cultural programming in numerous Neighborhood Arts and Cultural Centers, theaters, and several arts and education programs for young people. The Department directs public art projects and manages the City’s Arts Development Fee, Art Collection, and Murals Program. DCA markets the City’s cultural events through development and collaboration with strategic partners, design and production of creative promotional materials, and management of the culturela.org website.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PHOTOGRAPHER ROBIN PARKER GARCIA
TO APPEAR AT ART FESTIVAL

(Sacramento, California; May 12, 2003) Robin Parker Garcia, whose work is attracting more
and more attention nationally, will be exhibiting her photographs at the third
annual Art on the Square: Art, Music, and Wine Festival, presented June 7th
from 10am to 5pm at Hutchins Street Square, 125 South Hutchins Street, in Lodi
(Lodi is located 40 miles south of Sacramento.)

"I think of my photographs as artwork--art on paper," says Parker Garcia
who is currently preparing for a solo LA show. "I'll be showing photos
taken in New Mexico, Arizona, New York City and Puerto Rico as well as California
at the Art on the Square Show." The subject matter of her fine art quality black and white
and color photos include ancient pueblo ruins, petroglyph sites, boulder and
driftwood locales as well as time-lapsed and multiple-exposure portraiture.

Collectors of Parker Garcia's work are located in such East Coast cities
as New York and as far away as Florida. "The way Robin simply and naturally
designs each subject within the frame makes her work very special," says Al Buono,
a former advertising agency creative director living in Fort Lauderdale. "She gets
the most out of her subjects without embellishing or falsifying. Hers is pure art,
nothing tricky or overdone."

An annual art, music and wine festival, Art on the Square features
work of fine artists from across the state. Adding to the fun are more than 20 local
wineries offering tastings as well as performances by music and dance groups.
Admission is free. For more information regarding the festival, call 209-333-5511.
To see Parker Garcia's work online, go to www.rpgcreates.com



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