A Conversation with Ichiro Irie
Sunday, August 18, 2019 – 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Ichiro Irie is a multidisciplinary artist, as well as curator, gallery owner and professor at Oxnard College. Born in Japan and reared in Westside LA, he originally studied film and communications at UCSB, earned an M.F.A. at Claremont Graduate University and was the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship where he studied in Mexico City. His meticulously detailed ink drawings explore themes of destruction and ruin of junkyards, crashed cars and other reflections of contemporary destruction.
To learn more about Ichiro Irie www.Ichiro-Irie.com
$15 for general public; $10 for seniors. FREE to Focus on the Masters Members.
Special invitation to Educators & Students:
The Artist Spotlight and panel discussion is open to students attending as a class assignment free of charge. FOTM is happy to assist with tracking attendance and sign-in sheets. Reservations required.
Sponsored by Paula Spellman
AfterGLOW Fundraising Event:
Join us for AfterGLOW, a celebratory supper at the home of Thomas & Laura Cook immediately following the program. Paid reservations are essential & required prior to August 13. We expect this AfterGLOW to sell out.
Impermanence 2 by Ichiro Irie, 2017
permanent marker and white acrylic on canvas
80″ x 48″