In Conversation: The Life & Legacy of Tony DeLap at The Honarkar Foundation draws large crowd

The panel discussion, In Conversation, the Life & Legacy of Tony DeLap, held at The Honarkar Foundation Foundation for Arts and Culture on Saturday, April 27 was a great success.

They had a huge turnout! Steve Munsey from Jedidiah Coffee provided guests with pour-over coffee, alongside tasty treats from Sidecar Doughnuts.

The three panelists, Gene Cooper, Tom Dowling and Mike McGee engaged in a conversation about Tony DeLap’s life and legacy. The discussion was moderated by Genevieve Williams, curator of the show.

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Photos courtesy of HFAC

Steven Munsey of Jedidiah Coffee serves guests

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(L-R) Casey McKay and Raquel Wilson hold the “Tony DeLap, A Survey of Works” catalog

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(L-R) Panel: Mike McGee, Genevieve Williams (moderator), Gene Cooper and Tom Dowling

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(L-R) Peter Blake, Jorg Dubin, G Ray Kerciu and Eric Johnson

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A large crowd attended the panel discussion

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Sugary delights from Sidecar Donuts

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(L-R) Kevin Appell, Phillip K Smith, Ken Kaplan and Sarah Strozza

It was a beautiful morning with wonderful attendees, including lots of locals, artists such G Ray Kerciu, Eric Johnson, Jorg Dubin, David Lee, Phillip K Smith and Marlo Bartels along with local institution directors such as Kevin Appel (professor and chair of the Department of Art, UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts), Sarah Strozza (senior director of Development, UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts), Julie Perlin Lee (director, Laguna Art Museum), Ken Kaplan (board of trustees, Laguna Art Museum) and Linda Maggard (vice president, OCMA board of trustees).


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