Living Artistically with Parkinson’s

Join PCLA this April for a virtual month-long celebration of creativity and the arts in the Parkinson’s community.


Along with our signature “Living Artistically with Parkinson’s” exhibition, we’ve planned a series of pandemic-proof fundraising events that you can join from the safety and comfort of your own home. Here are the ways you can get involved.

Virtual Events for Parkinson's

Virtual Art Events Every Week

Every weekend in April we are hosting a virtual art-themed event. All of our events’ proceeds benefit PCLA and families living with Parkinson’s in the greater Los Angeles area.
Bid on Artwork by Parkinson's

View and Purchase Art

In addition to weekly virtual art events and activities, we will be hosting a 2 week long virtual art exhibition. Each piece featured is crafted by an artist from the Parkinson’s community.
Artists' Discussion Panel and Q&A

Artists’ Discussion Panel and Q&A

Learn more about this year’s featured artists during the Artists’ Discussion Panel and Q&A. Attendees will also get early access to both the art exhibit and sale and the silent auction!
Silent Auction

Silent Auction

To wrap up the month-long celebration, we are also hosting a two-week long silent auction. Proceeds from the auction will support programs provided by PCLA.

“Living Artistically with Parkinson’s” Events Calendar

Get Early Access to the Art Exhibit and Silent Auction

Artist Discussion Panel and Q&A
Join artist and curator, Loren Philip, as he moderates a discussion with artists featured in the “Living Artistically with Parkinson’s” Virtual Art Exhibition. Attendees of the panel discussion will also receive EARLY ACCESS to the exhibition for the chance to see and purchase art before anyone else.

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Calling all artists with Parkinson's


Calling All Artists in the Parkinson’s Community!

The central element of this month-long celebration of creativity and the arts is an online exhibition and sale of works by artists in the Parkinson’s community. This year, we are welcoming works of art by care partners and family members, as well as by artists living with Parkinson’s. Deadline to submit artwork is April 2.

Calling all artists with Parkinson's


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