Our new LOVE tie-dye tees are screen printed here in Los Angeles. They are made of 50% cotton and 50% polyester jersey.
LOVE tie-dye tees are available online or for pick up at the grantLOVE x OCMA pop-up shop in Santa Ana, CA. Profits from the grantLOVE x OCMA pop-up shop will go towards the grantLOVE x OCMA Fund for Artists, allowing the museum to acquire one or multiple works created by women-identified or non-binary artists from California and the Pacific Rim.
The Orange County Museum of Art enriches the lives of a diverse and changing community through modern and contemporary art. The museum opened in 1962 as the Balboa Pavilion Gallery by thirteen visionary women. With a focus on modern and contemporary art, their efforts were well received and the museum enjoyed recognition from coast to coast. In 1968 the institution became known as the Newport Harbor Art Museum and in 1972, moved to a nearby, larger location. Interest and support continued to grow, as did its collections and exhibitions and in 1977, the museum opened its doors on San Clemente Drive. In 1997 the museum was remodeled and renamed the Orange County Museum of Art. In June 2018, the museum closed its doors in Newport Beach, and in October 2018 opened its temporary location in Santa Ana in South Coast Plaza Village where the museum will operate as it builds a permanent home at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The grantLOVE project is pleased to collaborate with OCMA in creating the grantLOVE x OCMA Fund for Artists, which will support the acquisition of new work by female-identified and non-binary artists to the museum’s permanent collection. The grantLOVE x OCMA pop-up shop is held in conjunction with Alexandra Grant’s exhibition at OCMA, Telepathy is One Step Further Than Empathy, and both are organized by Senior Curator Cassandra Coblentz. www.ocmaexpand.org