Docent-guided group tours are available on Saturdays and Sundays only, by advance reservation (though special accommodation may be arranged). For more information please contact the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org
In commemoration of Noah's Centennial, the Noah Purifoy Foundation will be offering docent-guided tours to the general public. The first is scheduled for Saturday, November 25, 2017 at 10:00am!
Our docent, Cathy Allen, is a former colleague of Noah's, a local artist, and professor of Fine Arts at Copper Mountain College in Joshua Tree, California (see her bio below). The tour will last approximately one hour. We will be limiting the number of guests to 30 persons.
To reserve a spot on the tour please reserve in advance by sending us an email at email@example.com We ask for the following donation (to be deposited in our donation box at the entry of the Museum) prior to the tour: Adults $15, Students $10, Children under 12 free of charge.
If you are not able to join this tour, please check back as we will be adding more tour dates in the coming months!
Cathy Allen Bio:
Cathy collaborated with Noah and continues to explore a variety of traditional and nontraditional media as an artist. Currently, rusted and weathered materials collected from the Mojave Desert inspire three-dimensional sculpture and site-specific installations. Conceptual themes that relate to the domestic and the temporal are prominent. Though primarily an assemblage sculptor, she has also created earthworks, altered books, and performance works. For the past twenty-five years, her work has been displayed in galleries and venues in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Palm Springs, California. It is collected and privately owned worldwide. Allen holds a duel career as a professor of Fine Arts at Copper Mountain College. Her Masters in Fine Arts degree comes from The Claremont Graduate University and Bachelors in Fine Arts degree from Otis/Parsons Art Institute. She is active with regional arts organizations such as the Palm Springs Art Museum and their Artists Council, as well as the Arts Connection of San Bernardino County, and the historical 29 Palms Art Guild.