Pioneers in challenging traditional gender norms are amongst the subjects explored in a provocative new exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum. Michael Childers: Having A Ball, on view through May 28, 2018, is highlighted by images of anonymous merrymakers at a 1975 Los Angeles drag ball, “Flaming Creatures,” and also features portraits of the enigmatic Andy Warhol and members of
Palm Springs Art Museum presents two Andy Warhol-influenced exhibitions — one by celeb photographer Michael Childers, and the second from Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.
“Warhol in the Park,” a valley-wide arts and education event series aimed at engaging area students with the work of iconic pop-art artist, starts March 18 at Fashion Week El Paseo.
Thanks to presenting sponsor Jordan Schnitzer, valley school children were introduced to the life and work of iconic pop artist Andy Warhol at the first of four “Warhol In The Park” community educational events March 18.
Jordan D. Schnitzer’s passion for sharing the arts extends to his Andy Warhol collection on display at Palm Springs Art Museum through May 28.