The Big Show Preview Party
The Big Show 2018 Preview Party
Thursday, September 13, 2018, from 7 – 9 PM
Join this year’s participating artists for a celebration of The Big Show and the launch of the Lawndale Lending Library. The Big Show is an ambitious annual exhibition of new work by artists practicing within a 100-mile radius of Lawndale.
Tickets include access to the open bar, beer, wine, and on-site food. All funds raised support Lawndale’s artistic programming and general operations.
Tickets for The Big Show can be purchased in advance below. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on September 13.
Visit our Lawndale Lending Library page for more information on Lawndale Lending Library Memberships!
Combined Preview Ticket + Lawndale Lending Library (Limited Availability) ▼
Underwriting The Big Show▼
Mary H. Case
(Alphabetical by last name)
Julia Barbosa Landois
Rajab Ali Sayed
Krista Fay Simandl
Support for The Big Show
Art Supply on Main, Jereann Chaney, Rob Greenstein, Bill & Michelle Matthews, H. Russell Pitman, Saint Arnold’s Brewery, Richard Stout, Amy Tanner, Topo Chico USA
Evelyn C. Hankins, PhD
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Evelyn C. Hankins has been a curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden since 2007. While at the Hirshhorn, she has also organized an array of projects, including Mark Bradford: Pickett’s Charge (2017); Robert Irwin: All the Rules Will Change (2016); Susan Philipsz: Part File Score (2016); At the Hub of Things: New Views of the Collection (2014) (co-curated); Jennie C. Jones: Higher Resonance (2013); Over, Under Next: Experiments in Mixed Media, 1913-Present (2013); ColorForms (2010); Walead Beshty: Legibility on Color Backgrounds (2009); and The Panza Collection (2008). Currently, she is working on shows with Charline von Heyl (2018) and Pat Steir (2019). In addition to her exhibition responsibilities, Evelyn provides curatorial oversight for the Hirshhorn’s paintings and works on paper collections. Previously, she held curatorial positions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and the Robert Hull Fleming Museum at the University of Vermont, Burlington. She earned her MA and PhD in art history from Stanford University.