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Camera Obscura Art Lab

The Camera Obscura Art Lab is a museum with a historical camera obscura and a public viewing gallery overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It is located at 1450 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401. The art lab is located in Palisades Park, just outside Santa Monica, California. The exhibits are free and open to the public. For more information, visit the website below. This museum is a must-visit for anyone who enjoys the arts, science, and nature.

The Camera Obscura Art Lab is located at 1450 Ocean, Santa Monica, and offers classes and workshops in art, culture, and the arts. The art lab also hosts weekly hangouts and events with artists. The art lab offers one-off experiences and a community practice space for artists. Please visit the website for more information on the program and to apply. The gallery is located on the fourth floor.

The Camera Obscura Art Lab Los Angeles is located in Santa Monica. Six Los Angles County artists were chosen by a peer panel and will spend 14 weeks working in two studios overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The selected artists will receive a stipend to help fund their work at the lab. They will also be allowed to share their work online. In addition to receiving an income, the artists are given opportunities to present their work to the public and participate in exhibitions.

The selected artists can show their work online and at the exhibition during their residency. They will also be provided with access to public programs and online exposure. The residency program is a full-time experience with professional support. A full-time studio is available for the duration of the residency program. The City of Santa Monica is hosting the event for the second year. The artist must be a resident of the Art Lab and have been living in Santa Monica for the past two years. More places to visit

The City of Santa Monica announces the selection of the 2022 Resident Artists of the Camera Obscura Art Lab Los Angeles. The six artists are from Los Angeles County and will spend fourteen weeks in studios with views of the Pacific Ocean. The six chosen artists work in film, animation, photography, and mixed media. While the residents of the Art Lab are working, they receive a stipend and opportunities to showcase their work online.

The city of Santa Monica announces the Resident Artists of the Camera Obscura Art Lab Los Angeles for the year 2022. The six artists were selected by a peer panel of artists and will live in two studios overlooking the Pacific Ocean for 14 weeks. The chosen artists will also have the opportunity to showcase their work online. They will receive a stipend and have the chance to display their work at the Camera Obscura Art Lab. Click for more