The exhibition also features new wind chime sculptures by Ephros' close friend and collaborator, Livia Charman.
Two works from the exhibition, a work on paper by Ephros and a chime sculpture by Charman, will be raffled off to benefit Crenshaw Dairy Mart’s Art Supply Kits program and the Morris Home Relocation Campaign, a drive to fund RHD Morris Home’s move to a new and bigger location in Philadelphia. Morris Home is the first residential recovery program in the country to offer comprehensive services specifically for trans- and gender non-conforming individuals.
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Kayla Ephros (b. 1992) is a visual artist and writer who lives and works in Los Angeles. She received a BFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2017. She has had solo presentations at From The Desk of Lucy Bull (Los Angeles), Et. al (San Francisco), and in lieu (Los Angeles). Ephros is the leader of the September Spring writer’s workshop at Kesey Farm Project (Eugene, OR) and founder of Poetry Club at 2727 California Street (Berkeley). She regularly hosts writing and poetry workshops.