100cameras identifies marginalized communities across the globe and provides children in these communities with the tools to interact with their environment, express themselves through photography, and become agents of change. They teach kids to share their perspectives through photography and turn their images into sellable products that fund medical, educational, and lifeline supplies for their communities. Their mission is to empower kids to realize they can create tangible change by sharing their stories, one community at a time. 100cameras has already made a difference in many places, like New York, Cuba, and Nepal, and has received a number of celebrity donations, including ones from the Brooklyn Nets and Lenny Kravitz.
Jeweler, Illustrator, Painter & Creative Expert
Born to a potter and a textile artist, Katy Atchison has been keepin’ the outside of her hands dirty with various creative projects as long as she can remember. She's always had a passion for teaching others how to harness their own creativity. This leads her to teach craft classes to adults. She's been teaching for over nine years in various disciplines. Including jewelry making, creative coaching, soap making, body scrub, painting, hand lettering and more. A win for her is if you come out of a class or workshop with her and say "I had so much fun." or "I want to teach everyone how to do this". Igniting a fiery passion for crafting in you makes her want to keep teaching others.
Art Muse Los Angeles
Art Muse Los Angeles is a community of art historians, artists and educators who offer small groups private art tours – in museums, galleries, artist studios and private collections – throughout the LA region.
We are dedicated, enthusiastic scholars who enjoy sharing our knowledge of art with audiences of all levels of expertise, from the novice to connoisseurs and collectors. Our tours draw on current research and a range of approaches to inspire curiosity, encourage close looking and invite dialogue. In an increasingly virtual world, we promise an authentic real-world encounter with works of art.
Ceramic Arta is a Mexican company that designs and produces objects in the contemporary field, relying on their strong bases of the pottery mexicana. tradition founded in December 2005, led today by Gloria Rubio and Marta Ruiz designers industriales. seeks to promote the creative design in our country, has its own line of products and is open to proposals from independent designers, artists and special projects that are interested in developing concepts and ideas in cerámica. workshop is located in the South of the city, where they work a team of urban artisans and designers who altogether conceptualized ideas into cerámica.
Artist & Model
Ben Fronckowiak is an artist, muralist, and model based out of New York City. With a vibrant abstract style, Ben draws comparisons to artists as varied as Picasso and Tim Burton, but his recent work has shown he is a uniquely dynamic talent. Ben studied at the prestigious UCLA School of Film and Television and is regularly commissioned to create works of art both in public and private spaces. His pieces have been featured everywhere from SoCal street corners to major media outlets like the New York Times, FOX News, and Street Art NYC. Currently Ben can be found hosting open galleries of his paintings throughout New York.
Science lab for kids
C3 is created with the experience of having worked with children from pre-school and primary to observe the need for experience in a constructivist environment and material concreto. seeks the child to have critical thinking and know solve problemas.
2014 begins to give structure creating a space laboratory and art workshop, creative modules that mix art and science, experiments, box abre-puertas box is created and various school principals been seeking so they come from shell (outsourcing). in 2015 opens the first school with more than 500 children and currently already has 25 escuelas.
Djerassi Resident Artists Program
Non Profit Organization
The mission of the Djerassi Resident Artists Program is to support and enhance the creativity of artists by providing uninterrupted time for work, reflection, and collegial interaction in a setting of great natural beauty, and to preserve the land on which the Program is situated.
Eddy Bogaert is a mixed media painter who draws inspiration from nightlife and pop-culture. His paintings are interactive and have discreet subliminal messages, which can only be seen under black light. Often working with the themes of “public persona” and “the truth,” Eddy explores these concepts by creating each piece as a series of layers utilizing a variety of mediums. Eddy’s unique approach and visual aesthetic have led him to be compared to abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock as well as contemporary artists such as Mr. Brainwash, Sam Francis, and Prince Láuder, yet his style is unique and enlivening.
“Question everything” is street artist Shepard Fairey’s motto. As an art student Shepard created the “Andre the Giant has a Posse” sticker that transformed into the OBEY GIANT art campaign, prompting viewers to question their beliefs about propaganda, commercialism, and fine art. His most famous work is his colorful portrait of Barack Obama in the 2008 election for the president of the United States, of which art critic Peter Schjeldahl of The New Yorker called “the most efficacious American political illustration since ‘Uncle Sam Wants You.’” Keeping in line with his activism, Shepard is a major supporter of several charities. He founded the Obey Awareness Program, created original artwork in support of the We Are Human Campaign, and is a supporter of the ACLU of Southern California.
- Sofia Valiñas
Sofía Valiñas is graphic designer graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana in the 2016. his passion for art led her to create the Mexican brand Sof Ravalí illustrations in watercolor in the 2014.
Artist, Singer-Songwriter & Activist
Yoko Ono is a multimedia artist, singer-songwriter, and activist who is best known for being the second-wife and widow of John Lennon from the legendary band, The Beatles. As a performer, Yoko has produced more than 10 albums throughout her music career, including Double Fantasy and Milk and Honey, which were both recorded with her husband, John Lennon. Yoko has also made a name for herself in the film industry as a director of short films, including Up Your Legs Forever, Two Virgins, and Onochord. Yoko’s iconic artwork can be seen in exhibits across the United States and in countries across the world, like Germany, Italy, and South Korea.
Restorative training, with studies in museology and archaeology subacuática. specialty
He began making jewelry more than 15 years ago, in the study of Lorraine Lazard. for 7 years was devoted to the exhibition, dissemination and sale of jewelry contemporánea. joined the collective "without title" whose purpose is the promotion and dissemination of jewelry contemporánea. has participated in different tall you are with American and European artists/jewelers, and he has had several individual exhibitions in the CDMX, collective in Mexico and the extranjero. currently is dedicated fully to the development of contemporary jewellery, along with a related craft project mexicana.
Yvonne Force Villareal
Yvonne Force Villareal is the co-founder of Art Production Fund, a non-profit that is dedicated to expanding awareness through contemporary art and devoted to helping artists realize ambitious and difficult-to-produce public art projects. Yvonne first made waves in the art world as President and Curator of Yvonne Force Inc., a company established to support young new artists by acquiring and lending their work. The success of the company’s first public art project inspired Yvonne to co-found Art Production Fund. Yvonne is currently working on an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies at NYU and is a frequent guest lecturer at prestigious art and learning institutions.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art was founded in 1870 by a group of American businessmen, artists, and thinkers to collect, study, conserve, and present significant works of art across all times and cultures in order to connect people to creativity, knowledge, and ideas. With over 1.6 million works of art spanning 5,000 years of world culture, the Met is the largest art museum in the United States and New York City’s most visited museum and attraction.