HATTAS FEATURED IN VOYAGE LA MAGAZINE!

HATTAS FEATURED IN VOYAGE LA MAGAZINE!

Magazine Feature!

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SEE US ON MELROSE!

SEE US ON MELROSE!

Watch us painting on Melrose!

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SEE OUR MURAL FROM NEW HEIGHTS!

SEE OUR MURAL FROM NEW HEIGHTS!

See our mural from new heights!

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KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR ACTING OUT OUR MURAL!

KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR ACTING OUT OUR MURAL!

Our mural brought to life by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar!

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HATTAS FEATURED IN "SIGN BUILDER MAGAZINE!"

HATTAS FEATURED IN "SIGN BUILDER MAGAZINE!"

What an honor ... "Sign Builder Illustrated Magazine" did a feature on Hattas Public Murals!

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WOMEN YOU SHOULD KNOW - JUDY CHICAGO

Happy Birthday, Judy Chicago! 
When I was a young girl, I loved Art class. That should come to no surprise being that I grew up to be an artist. History class, however, was another story! I certainly appreciated all of the great men of the past who've contributed to our society. But what about the women? Sure, we read about a few incredible women here and there every year. I remember because that's when my ears perked up in class! But, unfortunately, those moments were few and far between. I craved to hear more about great people with whom I could better relate, people who were once little girls like me.
Judy Chicago, an American Feminist Artist, set out to teach both men and women about the achievements of women who've come before us, and to help us better understand the experiences women have had in history. Thank you, Judy Chicago!


JUDY CHICAGO
AMERICAN FEMINIST ARTSIT, EDUCATOR AND WRITER
BORN JULY 20, 1939



Judy Chicago was born Judith Sylvia Cohen in Chicago, Illinois. Great name! Great city! (We happen to be Chicago-natives as well!) 

Judy Chicago is an American artist, author, feminist, and educator known for her collaborative installations which explore the role of women in history. Chicago's most well known masterpiece is a late 1970's collaborative, multimedia project called The Dinner Party, now part of the collection at the Brooklyn Museum. It is a symbolic history of women in Western Civilization. The piece is a large triangle with 39 place settings, each commemorating a historical or mythical female figure.

Under the influence of Gerda Lerner, Chicago was convinced that women who are oblivious to and ignorant of women's history would continue to struggle independently and as a whole.
 
Chicago's work can seen in Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The British Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Getty Trust, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Hear Judy Chicago talk about her wonderful art piece The Dinner Party in this 2 minute video.
http://judychicago.arted.psu.edu/about-the-judy-chicago-art-education-collection/

SOON AFTER MOVING WEST MYSELF, I WAS PAINTING THE GOLD RUSH

SOON AFTER MOVING WEST MYSELF, I WAS PAINTING THE GOLD RUSH

If you were to take the same California Trail the pioneers followed in 1848, you’d find yourself at his museum, on I-80 in Elko, NV.

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