ITAS Podcast Season 4, Ep.6
Beatrice Wood played a significant role in the Dada movement, had a romance with Marcel Duchamp, and inspired the character of Rose in James Cameron’s Titanic. She lived till 105 years old and was a working artist to the end. Although she never really made a living with her art, she was one of the most influential women in the 20th-century art scene.
If you’ve never heard about her now is the time! Listen to my conversation with the Director of Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts in Ojai, CA Kevin Wallace.
About Kevin Wallace
Kevin Wallace is the Director of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts & Happy Valley Cultural Center in Ojai, CA. He is a regular contributor to numerous international publications and has guest-curated exhibitions for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, the Long Beach Museum of Art, the Cultural Affairs Department of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles International Airport, and the San Luis Obispo Art Center.
Photos are Courtesy of Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts & Happy Valley Cultural Center.
The Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts is an activity of the Happy Valley Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, tax ID #95-080-9370.
Physical Address: 8585 Ojai-Santa Paula Road, Ojai, CA 93023
Mailing Address: BWCA, PO Box 608, Ojai California 93024
Links and references
Official website: beatricewood.com
Books and collectibles: beatricewoodstudio.com
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