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2022 Exhibits Opening Reception

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Date:
June 18
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Venue

The Museum of Ventura County
100 E Main Street
Ventura, CA 93001 United States
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Join us for the free opening reception of three new exhibits at the Museum of Ventura County! Members receive a complimentary ticket to enjoy a Bee’s Knees cocktail. Live musical entertainment will be provided 3-5pm by the Silver Linings Family Trio.

Reception made possible by:
Paradise Pantry, Peirano’s, and Ventura Spirits

All That Glitters Is Not Gold
A surprising history of the 1920s and Prohibition in Ventura County. As population and wealth boomed, creativity flourished – but so did a tide of repression and exclusion. This exhibit tells the local story of the jazz age through our collections and archives.

This exhibit made possible in part by the generous support of:
The John Hammer Family
The Heritage Fund at VCCF
The DeArkland Family
The Chrisman Estate Company

Chromatic: The Museum in Six Colors
MVC’s permanent collection, amassed over 100 years, ranges from everyday items belonging to real people who lived and worked in the county, to rarities and precious works of art. Each object has a story to tell, and this exhibit opens the door to those stories.

This exhibit made possible in part by the generous support of:
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Pierpont Racquet Club

Always Keep Creating: The Resiliency of Carol Rosenak
Renowned local artist Carol Rosenak (1925-2002) was known for her still life paintings featuring exquisite textures and intricate details. Spanning over 30 years of her career, this exhibit highlights her early printmaking, still lifes, and the abstract style she adopted later in life.

The Silver Linings Family Trio (the live music for this event) is comprised of family members of Carol Rosenak’s former husband, well known local composer, John Biggs.  His two daughters: Adrienne Biggs and Jennifer Biggs Walton will be playing violin and his grandson, Oliver Walton will be playing cello. They honored to be performing for this tribute event.

This exhibit made possible in part by the generous support of:
Bonita McFarland Endowment Fund

Behind the Curtain: An Insider’s Look at The George Stuart Historical Figures®

Made possible in part by the Fred W. Smith Gallery Fund and additional support from Bethe and Tim Sullivan in memory of Rosemarie Magness

Major funding for the Museum’s programs is made possible by the City of Buenaventura, the County of Ventura, and private and community donors.

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