NEON Workshops - Lili Lakich Studio
Los Angeles, CA
LILI LAKICH STUDIO is pleased to announce three new NEON WORKSHOPS for the Fall of 2016 in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles:
NEON WORKSHOP (Tuesday) begins on Tuesday evening, September 13th from 6-9 pm at
704 Traction Avenue in the Arts District and continues for the following seven Tuesday evenings with an
exhibition/party of completed projects on Sunday, November 13th from 4-7 pm.
NEON WORKSHOP (Thursday) begins on Thursday evening, September 29th from 6-9 pm at
704 Traction Avenue in the Arts District and continues for the following seven Thursday evenings with an
exhibition/party of completed projects on Sunday, December 3rd from 4-7 pm.
NEON WORKSHOP (Saturday) begins on Saturday afternoon October 1st from1-4 pm at
704 Traction Avenue in the Arts District and continues for the following seven Saturday afternoons with
an exhibition/party of completed projects on Sunday, December 11th from 4-7 pm.
Under the step-by-step guidance of neon artist, designer and founding director of the Museum of Neon Art, Workshop students will learn how to design, build and install their own neon artwork or neon sign.
No experience is necessary.
Cost for the Workshop is $550, excluding the cost of materials, which can average $150 to $300 depending on the complexity of the project. An advance deposit of $100 (to be deducted from the overall cost) is required to reserve a place which is limited to 12 students. Following the 8-week course, a 9th session includes an
exhibition of all of the finished projects and a party for family, friends and the public.
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LILI LAKICH has been working in the medium of neon for five decades and has had solo exhibitions of her work in Paris, Tokyo, Los Angeles and other U.S. cities. A graduate of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and The London Film School in London, England, her large-scale public art commissions include L.A. Angel, 1992, at California Plaza on Olive Street, When the Eagle Flies, 1990, at the Washington Building on S. Spring Street in L.A., Guardian, 2004, at Miller Children’s Hospital in Long Beach and Flyaway, 2009, at the Van Nuys FlyAway Terminal on Woodley Ave. in Van Nuys, CA. Lakich founded the Museum of Neon Art in her studio in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles in 1981. She has been teaching the Neon Workshop since 1982.