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Laguna Art Museum's Art & Nature conference to debut this fall
Laguna Art Museum's Art & Nature conference to debut this fall

The Laguna Art Museum sits atop a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, on a spot picked in 1929 by artists who had settled in Laguna Beach to paint the natural landscape. Given its site and its historic association with art devoted to nature, Malcolm Warner, the museum’s executive director, thinks it’s only natural for the Laguna Art Museum to host an annual weekend conference and festival examining how art and nature intersect. The Nov. 7-10 inaugural edition of Art and Nature, announced this week, is expected to feature a gigantic commissioned drawing in the sand of nearby Main Beach as a centerpiece. The keynote speaker will be USC professor and former state librarian...

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