The Big Show Preview Party

June 17, 2022 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Ticketed Event
Lawndale

The Big Show 2022 Preview Party

Friday, June 17, 2022, from 5 – 7 PM or 7 – 9 PM

Join this year’s participating artists and juror Daisy Nam for a celebration of The Big Show, an ambitious annual exhibition of new work by artists practicing within a 100-mile radius of Lawndale. The Big Show 2022 is juried by Daisy Nam, Curator at Ballroom Marfa.

Tickets include access to the beer, wine, and on-site food trucks served in the Mary E. Bawden Sculpture Garden. All funds raised support The Big Show 2022.

All event details are subject to change with local public guidelines.

View photos from last year’s event here!

Purchase

The Big Show 2022 Preview Party has two time slots: 5 – 7 PM and 7 – 9 PM. We welcome you to support The Big Show 2022 by purchasing tickets for a time slot below.

The Big Show 2022 Preview Party Ticket (5 - 7 PM)

Tickets are no longer available for purchase online. Please join us onsite on Friday, June 17 from 5 - 7 PM or 7 - 9 PM to purchase your ticket(s) at the door.

The Big Show 2022 Preview Party Ticket (7 - 9 PM)

Tickets are no longer available for purchase online. Please join us onsite on Friday, June 17 from 5 - 7 PM or 7 - 9 PM to purchase your ticket(s) at the door.

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Juror

Daisy Nam is the Curator at Ballroom Marfa, a contemporary art space located at the borderlands of Far West Texas. From 2015–2019, she was the Assistant Director at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University where she organized exhibitions, publications, and public programs and worked closely with artists to engage with the campus community and public at large. From 2008-2015, she curated and produced seven seasons of talks, screenings, performances, and workshops as the Assistant Director of Public Programs at the School of the Arts, Columbia University. Curatorial residencies and fellowships include Marcia Tucker Senior Research Fellow at the New Museum, New York (2020); Bellas Artes, Bataan, Philippines (2020); Surf Point in York, Maine (2019); Gwangju Biennale Foundation, Korea (2018). She holds an MA in Curatorial and Critical Studies from Columbia University and a BA in Art History and Cinema Studies from New York University. She has taught at RISD and lectured at Lesley University, Northeastern, SMFA/Tufts, and SVA as a visiting critic. She recently co-edited the publication with Paper Monument Best! Letters from Asian Americans in the arts.

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