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NAVEL: Making Kin (screening)
Aug
30
7:30 PM19:30

NAVEL: Making Kin (screening)

  • 1611 South Hope Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
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*The exhibit opens on Aug 26 with the screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm). The gallery hours for the show are Aug 27-30, 12-6pm. There will also be another screening of the film on Thursday, August 30, at 8:00pm (doors opens at 7:30pm). More information and a performance schedule are available on the NAVEL website at www.navel.la

In her book Staying with the Trouble, Donna Haraway presents a liquid world view in which all actors, human and non-human, are equal and move in and out of each other in correlating influences. 

Taking this proposition as starting point, Making Kin is an exhibition by the newly-formed NAVEL Collective, a group of artists, scientists, designers, writers, coders, and community organizers. It explores the ethics and meanings, forms and possibilities of kinship. 

The exhibit opens on Sunday, August 26 with the LA premiere of the documentary Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova. An encore screening will take place on Thursday, August 30.

NAVEL is located at 1611 S Hope Street. The direct entrance to our space is located through a large black gate on Venice Blvd. Follow the posted signs to the gate and enter through the first door on the left just past the gate. 
If you're arriving via Lyft/Uber (which we highly recommend) then use 418 Venice blvd. as your destination and this will drop you off right in front of the black gate. 
If you're arriving via Metro, the closest station is the Pico Station on the Blue & Expo Lines. 
Self Parking is available in the parking lot directly underneath the I-10 freeway (if there is no attendant, do NOT use the lot directly connected to our building-you may be towed), cash only, payable to the United Valet Parking staff onsite or the payment box near the entrance. We recommend street parking (or Lyft/Uber/Public Transport!). 
If you need access to the elevator, call us at (347) 218-2221 or (360) 334-0139.

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NAVEL: Making Kin
Aug
30
12:00 PM12:00

NAVEL: Making Kin

  • 1611 South Hope Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

*The exhibit opens on Aug 26 with the screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm). The gallery hours for the show are Aug 27-30, 12-6pm. There will also be another screening of the film on Thursday, August 30, at 8:00pm (doors opens at 7:30pm). More information and a performance schedule are available on the NAVEL website at www.navel.la

In her book Staying with the Trouble, Donna Haraway presents a liquid world view in which all actors, human and non-human, are equal and move in and out of each other in correlating influences. 

Taking this proposition as starting point, Making Kin is an exhibition by the newly-formed NAVEL Collective, a group of artists, scientists, designers, writers, coders, and community organizers. It explores the ethics and meanings, forms and possibilities of kinship. 

The exhibit opens on Sunday, August 26 with the LA premiere of the documentary Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova. An encore screening will take place on Thursday, August 30.

NAVEL is located at 1611 S Hope Street. The direct entrance to our space is located through a large black gate on Venice Blvd. Follow the posted signs to the gate and enter through the first door on the left just past the gate. 
If you're arriving via Lyft/Uber (which we highly recommend) then use 418 Venice blvd. as your destination and this will drop you off right in front of the black gate. 
If you're arriving via Metro, the closest station is the Pico Station on the Blue & Expo Lines. 
Self Parking is available in the parking lot directly underneath the I-10 freeway (if there is no attendant, do NOT use the lot directly connected to our building-you may be towed), cash only, payable to the United Valet Parking staff onsite or the payment box near the entrance. We recommend street parking (or Lyft/Uber/Public Transport!). 
If you need access to the elevator, call us at (347) 218-2221 or (360) 334-0139.

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NAVEL: Making Kin
Aug
29
12:00 PM12:00

NAVEL: Making Kin

  • 1611 South Hope Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

*The exhibit opens on Aug 26 with the screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm). The gallery hours for the show are Aug 27-30, 12-6pm. There will also be another screening of the film on Thursday, August 30, at 8:00pm (doors opens at 7:30pm). More information and a performance schedule are available on the NAVEL website at www.navel.la

In her book Staying with the Trouble, Donna Haraway presents a liquid world view in which all actors, human and non-human, are equal and move in and out of each other in correlating influences. 

Taking this proposition as starting point, Making Kin is an exhibition by the newly-formed NAVEL Collective, a group of artists, scientists, designers, writers, coders, and community organizers. It explores the ethics and meanings, forms and possibilities of kinship. 

The exhibit opens on Sunday, August 26 with the LA premiere of the documentary Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova. An encore screening will take place on Thursday, August 30.

NAVEL is located at 1611 S Hope Street. The direct entrance to our space is located through a large black gate on Venice Blvd. Follow the posted signs to the gate and enter through the first door on the left just past the gate. 
If you're arriving via Lyft/Uber (which we highly recommend) then use 418 Venice blvd. as your destination and this will drop you off right in front of the black gate. 
If you're arriving via Metro, the closest station is the Pico Station on the Blue & Expo Lines. 
Self Parking is available in the parking lot directly underneath the I-10 freeway (if there is no attendant, do NOT use the lot directly connected to our building-you may be towed), cash only, payable to the United Valet Parking staff onsite or the payment box near the entrance. We recommend street parking (or Lyft/Uber/Public Transport!). 
If you need access to the elevator, call us at (347) 218-2221 or (360) 334-0139.

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NAVEL: Making Kin
Aug
28
12:00 PM12:00

NAVEL: Making Kin

  • 1611 South Hope Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

*The exhibit opens on Aug 26 with the screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm). The gallery hours for the show are Aug 27-30, 12-6pm. There will also be another screening of the film on Thursday, August 30, at 8:00pm (doors opens at 7:30pm). More information and a performance schedule are available on the NAVEL website at www.navel.la

In her book Staying with the Trouble, Donna Haraway presents a liquid world view in which all actors, human and non-human, are equal and move in and out of each other in correlating influences. 

Taking this proposition as starting point, Making Kin is an exhibition by the newly-formed NAVEL Collective, a group of artists, scientists, designers, writers, coders, and community organizers. It explores the ethics and meanings, forms and possibilities of kinship. 

The exhibit opens on Sunday, August 26 with the LA premiere of the documentary Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova. An encore screening will take place on Thursday, August 30.

NAVEL is located at 1611 S Hope Street. The direct entrance to our space is located through a large black gate on Venice Blvd. Follow the posted signs to the gate and enter through the first door on the left just past the gate. 
If you're arriving via Lyft/Uber (which we highly recommend) then use 418 Venice blvd. as your destination and this will drop you off right in front of the black gate. 
If you're arriving via Metro, the closest station is the Pico Station on the Blue & Expo Lines. 
Self Parking is available in the parking lot directly underneath the I-10 freeway (if there is no attendant, do NOT use the lot directly connected to our building-you may be towed), cash only, payable to the United Valet Parking staff onsite or the payment box near the entrance. We recommend street parking (or Lyft/Uber/Public Transport!). 
If you need access to the elevator, call us at (347) 218-2221 or (360) 334-0139.

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NAVEL: Making Kin
Aug
27
12:00 PM12:00

NAVEL: Making Kin

  • 1611 South Hope Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

*The exhibit opens on Aug 26 with the screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm). The gallery hours for the show are Aug 27-30, 12-6pm. There will also be another screening of the film on Thursday, August 30, at 8:00pm (doors opens at 7:30pm). More information and a performance schedule are available on the NAVEL website at www.navel.la

In her book Staying with the Trouble, Donna Haraway presents a liquid world view in which all actors, human and non-human, are equal and move in and out of each other in correlating influences. 

Taking this proposition as starting point, Making Kin is an exhibition by the newly-formed NAVEL Collective, a group of artists, scientists, designers, writers, coders, and community organizers. It explores the ethics and meanings, forms and possibilities of kinship. 

The exhibit opens on Sunday, August 26 with the LA premiere of the documentary Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova. An encore screening will take place on Thursday, August 30.

NAVEL is located at 1611 S Hope Street. The direct entrance to our space is located through a large black gate on Venice Blvd. Follow the posted signs to the gate and enter through the first door on the left just past the gate. 
If you're arriving via Lyft/Uber (which we highly recommend) then use 418 Venice blvd. as your destination and this will drop you off right in front of the black gate. 
If you're arriving via Metro, the closest station is the Pico Station on the Blue & Expo Lines. 
Self Parking is available in the parking lot directly underneath the I-10 freeway (if there is no attendant, do NOT use the lot directly connected to our building-you may be towed), cash only, payable to the United Valet Parking staff onsite or the payment box near the entrance. We recommend street parking (or Lyft/Uber/Public Transport!). 
If you need access to the elevator, call us at (347) 218-2221 or (360) 334-0139.

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NAVEL: Making Kin (opening and screening)
Aug
26
7:30 PM19:30

NAVEL: Making Kin (opening and screening)

  • 1611 South Hope Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

*The exhibit opens on Aug 26 with the screening of Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova at 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30pm). The gallery hours for the show are Aug 27-30, 12-6pm. There will also be another screening of the film on Thursday, August 30, at 8:00pm (doors opens at 7:30pm). More information and a performance schedule are available on the NAVEL website at www.navel.la

In her book Staying with the Trouble, Donna Haraway presents a liquid world view in which all actors, human and non-human, are equal and move in and out of each other in correlating influences. 

Taking this proposition as starting point, Making Kin is an exhibition by the newly-formed NAVEL Collective, a group of artists, scientists, designers, writers, coders, and community organizers. It explores the ethics and meanings, forms and possibilities of kinship. 

The exhibit opens on Sunday, August 26 with the LA premiere of the documentary Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival by Fabrizio Terranova. An encore screening will take place on Thursday, August 30.

NAVEL is located at 1611 S Hope Street. The direct entrance to our space is located through a large black gate on Venice Blvd. Follow the posted signs to the gate and enter through the first door on the left just past the gate. 
If you're arriving via Lyft/Uber (which we highly recommend) then use 418 Venice blvd. as your destination and this will drop you off right in front of the black gate. 
If you're arriving via Metro, the closest station is the Pico Station on the Blue & Expo Lines. 
Self Parking is available in the parking lot directly underneath the I-10 freeway (if there is no attendant, do NOT use the lot directly connected to our building-you may be towed), cash only, payable to the United Valet Parking staff onsite or the payment box near the entrance. We recommend street parking (or Lyft/Uber/Public Transport!). 
If you need access to the elevator, call us at (347) 218-2221 or (360) 334-0139.

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Sarana Mehra & Amanda Maciel Antunes: Open Studios and Performances
Aug
26
2:00 PM14:00

Sarana Mehra & Amanda Maciel Antunes: Open Studios and Performances

Amanda Maciel Antunes and Sarana Mehra, along with other artists at The Mine artspace, will host an evening of performance and music, including a performance by Maciel Antunes herself. 

The artists will also invite visitors to view their recent work in their studio (A3) throughout the evening and the weekend.  They aim to use this event to explore collaborating together for the first time.   

Visitors are also encouraged to explore the work throughout The Mine during the open studios. 

Amanda Maciel Antunes, a multimedia performance artist, recently performed at the Crowley theater in Marfa, TX.  Amanda has just completed her first collaboration with Palatine shoes. 

Sarana Mehra is a multi-media artist who has recently shown work at 0-0 LA, LA and the Helen  Day Art Center, VE.

Parking is along building at South Anderson St and East 3rd Street. 

The main entrance is at rear of building through carpark.

Image Credit: Amanda Maciel Antunes/ Sarana Mehra "Last Time I Saw You"/"Janis"

  • Website:

    www.theminela.com

  • Instagram:

    @themineartspace

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Alexis Alicette Bolter: Surrogate
Aug
26
1:00 PM13:00

Alexis Alicette Bolter: Surrogate

Surrogate is a curated afternoon of video, performance, and readings that explore replacements for the physical body. The complexities of our current situation politically, technologically, and metaphysically are reshaping the relationships between our bodies and alternative modes of representation. This shift is simultaneously reinforcing the materiality of the body through it’s absence while liberating the necessity for our physical being. This project allows each artist to investigate the idea of the surrogate through their practice as we come together to witness and hold space. More details can be found at www.alexisbolter.com/surrogate.

Pieter is accessible via the Metro Gold Line off the Lincoln Heights/Cypress Park stop. 

Entrance to studio is on the curved street corner next to the bench.

Photo Credit: Alexis Alicette Bolter In Place of My Flesh (I)

 

  • Website:

    www.alexisbolter.com/surrogate

  • Instagram:

    alexisbolter

  • Facebook:

    Alexis Bolter

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Juicy Vesicles
Aug
25
5:00 PM17:00

Juicy Vesicles

  • 341 Marie Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90042 United States (map)
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Juicy Vesicles presents a group exhibition featuring artworks addressing sex and sexuality through the work of LA based pervy artists. Artworks range in media and from low perviness to high perviness.

Park on street. Enter on right side of Orange House. Follow alley down to rear of house.

Photo credit: John Weston & Andrea Hidalgo Juicy Vesicle- Art About Fucking

Website:

andreahidalgo.com

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Sarana Mehra & Amanda Maciel Antunes: Open Studios and Performances
Aug
25
2:00 PM14:00

Sarana Mehra & Amanda Maciel Antunes: Open Studios and Performances

Amanda Maciel Antunes and Sarana Mehra, along with other artists at The Mine artspace, will host an evening of performance and music, including a performance by Maciel Antunes herself. 

The artists will also invite visitors to view their recent work in their studio (A3) throughout the evening and the weekend.  They aim to use this event to explore collaborating together for the first time.   

Visitors are also encouraged to explore the work throughout The Mine during the open studios. 

Amanda Maciel Antunes, a multimedia performance artist, recently performed at the Crowley theater in Marfa, TX.  Amanda has just completed her first collaboration with Palatine shoes. 

Sarana Mehra is a multi-media artist who has recently shown work at 0-0 LA, LA and the Helen  Day Art Center, VE.

Parking is along building at South Anderson St and East 3rd Street. 

The main entrance is at rear of building through carpark.

Image Credit: Amanda Maciel Antunes/ Sarana Mehra "Last Time I Saw You"/"Janis"

  • Website:

    www.theminela.com

  • Instagram:

    @themineartspace

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sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange
Aug
25
1:00 PM13:00

sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange

  • 3718 West Slauson Avenue View Park-Windsor Hills, CA, 90043 United States (map)
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"LA Artcore X SBC SoLA Exchange" 
August 2 -30, 2018
August 5, 1-3 pm Opening at SoLA Gallery
August 5, 3-5 pm:  Opening LA Art Core Brewery

Lydia Takeshita, Curator/Founder of LA Artcore will Curate this show in partnership with SBC SoLA Gallery.  SoLA Gallery curator/founder, Peggy Sivert Zask will curate a show at LA Artcore Brewery in an exchange between the two venues) Participating LA Artcore  Artists:  Beanie Kaman, Michael Freitas Wood
Lore Eckelberry, Kathi Sook Kim, Ann Gooding
Robert Walker, Echo Lew, Tanja Babic. 

SoLA Gallery 2:  Solo Exhibition "Cycles of Time" 
Oil paintings by Lanise Howard

LA Artcore Brewery: 
Participating SBC SoLA Member Artists showing at LA Art Core Brewery:  Morgan Britt, Federica Campagnari, Anita Dixon, Leah Shane Dixon, Juan Gomez, Sylvia Greer, Diane Hayden, David Hennage, John Hogan, Vivian Huang, Kim Kohler, Gloria Lee, Frank Maimone, 
Karena Massengill, Linda Jo Russell, Margie Rust, Peggy Sivert., Mary Tarango, Ben Zask

LA Artcore Brewery Annex
Address: 650 S Avenue 21, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Phone: (323) 276-9320

In Crenshaw Corridor, 4 blocks west of Crenshaw,  East of La Brea.  Free parking on street and surrounding neighborhood.

Open on Saturdays from 1-5 pm

Also free art workshops on Saturdays 2-4 pm
Check website for details
https://southbaycontemporary.org/free-workshops/ 

Image Credit: photo by Gene Ogami, Michael Freitas Wood, L.A. 2018 13x19" plaster on MDO

  • Website:

    www.southbaycontemporary.org

  • Instagram:

    sbc_sola

  • Facebook:

    southbaycontemporarySoLA

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Sarana Mehra & Amanda Maciel Antunes: Open Studios and Performances
Aug
24
7:00 PM19:00

Sarana Mehra & Amanda Maciel Antunes: Open Studios and Performances

Amanda Maciel Antunes and Sarana Mehra, along with other artists at The Mine artspace, will host an evening of performance and music, including a performance by Maciel Antunes herself. 

The artists will also invite visitors to view their recent work in their studio (A3) throughout the evening and the weekend.  They aim to use this event to explore collaborating together for the first time.   

Visitors are also encouraged to explore the work throughout The Mine during the open studios. 

Amanda Maciel Antunes, a multimedia performance artist, recently performed at the Crowley theater in Marfa, TX.  Amanda has just completed her first collaboration with Palatine shoes. 

Sarana Mehra is a multi-media artist who has recently shown work at 0-0 LA, LA and the Helen  Day Art Center, VE.

Parking is along building at South Anderson St and East 3rd Street. 

The main entrance is at rear of building through carpark.

Image Credit: Amanda Maciel Antunes/ Sarana Mehra "Last Time I Saw You"/"Janis"

  • Website:

    www.theminela.com

  • Instagram:

    @themineartspace

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CANCELLED - Sea Farm City
Aug
18
7:00 PM19:00

CANCELLED - Sea Farm City

  • 1206 S Maple Avenue #502A Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)
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*Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled.

Sea Farm City presents "Slamdance Cosmopolis" an exhibition of 12 collaborative posters created by Matt Allison and Matthew Usinowicz. Each poster is inspired by a track from The Clash’s 1984 album “Combat Rock,” reflecting the LP’s timely themes of political critique and social justice. A portion of their sale will be donated to the SoCal chapter of the ACLU. 

The evening's festivities will mark the debut of this new body of work, along with special "Know Your Rights" programming, artist designed food and cocktails, new limited edition sculptures and more. We invite you to join us for an evening of affordable art, lively conversation and active resistance. 

"Slamdance Cosmopolis" is part of Sea Farm City and MNK Studio’s commitment to fight against sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia and narrow-minded thinking of all kinds.

Take advantage of the ample free street parking, then head to the 5th floor of the Bendix Building.

Image Credit: Sea Farm City Know Your Rights

 

  • Website:

    www.seafarmcity.com

  • Instagram:

    @seafarmcity

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ART IN THE PARK: plantsssssssssssssssssssss
Aug
18
to Aug 25

ART IN THE PARK: plantsssssssssssssssssssss

art in the park  @  the arroyo seco  in hermon park  presents ----> 

plantsssssssssssssssssssss  : 
planthood magic & sway on display for your adoration and consideration purposes

dates : august 18th -25th, 2018

reception: august 18th , 2018 time: 2pm-5pm

with: 
yasmine diaz
kiyomi fukui
gloria galvez
melanie griffin
paradise khanmalek
michael nannery
joanna swan
martin velez

plantsssssssssssssssssssss  is a group exhibit turning - eyes to - and - hands to - placing on a pedestal - a plant narrative and plant agency, especially that which they exert over humans. 
plant idolization is subversion of a status quo narrative that dominates plants and renders them inert, invisible and potentially extinct (consequently to the demise of the humans themselves). in response to these insensitive green tendencies of people, the works in this exhibit poetically invoke and honor planthood as a self-determined vibrant presence that exerts an aura and power over humans.

Please check website for gallery hours. 
https://artintheparkla.org

Image Credit: ART IN THE PARK plantsssssssssssssssssssss

 

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sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange

  • 3718 West Slauson Avenue View Park-Windsor Hills, CA, 90043 United States (map)
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"LA Artcore X SBC SoLA Exchange" 
August 2 -30, 2018
August 5, 1-3 pm Opening at SoLA Gallery
August 5, 3-5 pm:  Opening LA Art Core Brewery

Lydia Takeshita, Curator/Founder of LA Artcore will Curate this show in partnership with SBC SoLA Gallery.  SoLA Gallery curator/founder, Peggy Sivert Zask will curate a show at LA Artcore Brewery in an exchange between the two venues) Participating LA Artcore  Artists:  Beanie Kaman, Michael Freitas Wood
Lore Eckelberry, Kathi Sook Kim, Ann Gooding
Robert Walker, Echo Lew, Tanja Babic. 

SoLA Gallery 2:  Solo Exhibition "Cycles of Time" 
Oil paintings by Lanise Howard

LA Artcore Brewery: 
Participating SBC SoLA Member Artists showing at LA Art Core Brewery:  Morgan Britt, Federica Campagnari, Anita Dixon, Leah Shane Dixon, Juan Gomez, Sylvia Greer, Diane Hayden, David Hennage, John Hogan, Vivian Huang, Kim Kohler, Gloria Lee, Frank Maimone, 
Karena Massengill, Linda Jo Russell, Margie Rust, Peggy Sivert., Mary Tarango, Ben Zask

LA Artcore Brewery Annex
Address: 650 S Avenue 21, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Phone: (323) 276-9320

In Crenshaw Corridor, 4 blocks west of Crenshaw,  East of La Brea.  Free parking on street and surrounding neighborhood.

Open on Saturdays from 1-5 pm

Also free art workshops on Saturdays 2-4 pm
Check website for details
https://southbaycontemporary.org/free-workshops/ 

Image Credit: photo by Gene Ogami, Michael Freitas Wood, L.A. 2018 13x19" plaster on MDO

  • Website:

    www.southbaycontemporary.org

  • Instagram:

    sbc_sola

  • Facebook:

    southbaycontemporarySoLA

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Meshki Collective Booth at Patches & Pins Expo
Aug
18
12:00 PM12:00

Meshki Collective Booth at Patches & Pins Expo

  • 201 East 4th Street Santa Ana, CA, 92701 United States (map)
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Patches & Pins Expo is the national largest flare event. Meshki Collective are having all best and newest stuff at their booth at the venue. Come see for yourself.

Patches and Pins Expo is the nations largest flare event. Since 2015 P&P has become the essential platform connecting pin makers with the public and most importantly their direct fans. Our event incorporates an array of pins, patches, art and fashion. P&P has been rapidly growing organically for the past couple of years while staying true to our roots making our event the successful platform it is today.

Image Credit: Meshki Collective Logo

 

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DoubleHappiness Studio: The Backyard Show
Aug
16
7:00 PM19:00

DoubleHappiness Studio: The Backyard Show

  • 1924 Landis Street Burbank, CA, 91504 United States (map)
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In the casual environment of familiar and friendly, The Backyard Show is a group show that reflects that laid back relaxed atmosphere. Works are arranged throughout the yard, side of garage and patio. The  variable themes of each artists' work will meander in and out of context within the yard and social dialogues of the evening. 

Artists include: Katie Grip, Beck+Col, Skip Snow, Debra Bianculli, Christina Mesiti, Fluerette West, Karolyn Gehrig, Kathryn Pinto, Dominic Quagliozzi, Zach Kleyn. 

Venue (1924 Landis St) is the back unit of a duplex lot. Gated entrance down the driveway to the back. The driveway is in between 2 properties. 

The front house is 1922 Landis St, as seen from the street.

  • Image Credit: Dominic Quagliozzi 
  • Website:

    artistdominic.com

  • Twitter ID:

    artistdominic

  • Instagram:

    artistdominic

  • Facebook:

    DominicArtist

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"About a Box" at Shoebox Projects
Aug
12
3:00 PM15:00

"About a Box" at Shoebox Projects

  • 660 South Avenue 21 Apt 3 Los Angeles, CA, 90031 United States (map)
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Shoebox Projects has always been a space to present alternative programming for artists. They recently opened "The Closet" in Shoebox Projects (run by The Shed Collective) as an alternative to alternative spaces to allow artists an outside-of-the-box (or inside) opportunity for creating new work in an unusual space. Creating an artist-in-residence program, Shoebox Projects offers artists space which has become an incubator for experimentation, inspiration and community. 

The natural next step was to give artists an even more unique space to create work, experiment and transform their art practice. This space became the shoebox.   

Approx. 40 artists will receive the artist-in-residence shoebox to consider their art practice and create new work. At the end of the residencies, August 7th, the work will be shown at Shoebox Projects in a group exhibition.

Photo credit Kristine Schomaker About a Box

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Arroyo Arts Collective and ace/121 Gallery: Reimagining America
Aug
12
2:00 PM14:00

Arroyo Arts Collective and ace/121 Gallery: Reimagining America

  • 121 North Kenwood Street Glendale, CA, 91209 United States (map)
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The personal is political, a slogan used in the 1960’s by the student movement and 2nd wave feminism emphasizes the connections between personal experiences and socio-political structures. It can be argued that all art is political. Reimagining America will address the myriad issues in times of personal, social and economic uncertainties. The show will explore the way images can move us by constructing and changing our social reality. 

What is the scope of art and how does it deal with everyday politics? We invite artists to submit work that create discussions of power between people, real or imagined. We are looking for art that challenges the social quo, traditional boundaries, and questions the dominant discourse. Aesthetics, structures, personal, private and public, all exist in the same socio-political spaces.  Give us your best interpretation of how we can reimagine America through art and active participation.

  • Gallery entrance at rear of building off Louise St. behind YMCA

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Weekend Gallery "Cheating Reality"
Aug
11
6:00 PM18:00

Weekend Gallery "Cheating Reality"

Weekend Gallery presents the works of

Addison Eaton
Chris Youssef
Daniel Brown
Kevin O'Meara
Paige Jiyoung Moon
Seth Lower

There will be a food truck and other art show happening at the same time.

Weekend Gallery is located in the historic Santa Fe Art Colony in Downtown LA.   

Directions from the 10: 
-Take Santa Fe exit and head South on Santa Fe   
-Continue on Santa Fe over the bridge at 15th street   
-Make a your first right after the bridge onto 25th
-The Entrance is on 25th a block down on the right
-Follow signs for SFAC/Suns for parking
-Follow balloons to large brick building we're on the second floor

Image Credit: Addison Eaton, Chris Youssef, Daniel Brown, Kevin O'Meara, Paige Jiyoung Moon, Seth Lower Weekend Summer Group Show

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sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange
Aug
11
1:00 PM13:00

sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange

  • 3718 West Slauson Avenue View Park-Windsor Hills, CA, 90043 United States (map)
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"LA Artcore X SBC SoLA Exchange" 
August 2 -30, 2018
August 5, 1-3 pm Opening at SoLA Gallery
August 5, 3-5 pm:  Opening LA Art Core Brewery

Lydia Takeshita, Curator/Founder of LA Artcore will Curate this show in partnership with SBC SoLA Gallery.  SoLA Gallery curator/founder, Peggy Sivert Zask will curate a show at LA Artcore Brewery in an exchange between the two venues) Participating LA Artcore  Artists:  Beanie Kaman, Michael Freitas Wood
Lore Eckelberry, Kathi Sook Kim, Ann Gooding
Robert Walker, Echo Lew, Tanja Babic. 

SoLA Gallery 2:  Solo Exhibition "Cycles of Time" 
Oil paintings by Lanise Howard

LA Artcore Brewery: 
Participating SBC SoLA Member Artists showing at LA Art Core Brewery:  Morgan Britt, Federica Campagnari, Anita Dixon, Leah Shane Dixon, Juan Gomez, Sylvia Greer, Diane Hayden, David Hennage, John Hogan, Vivian Huang, Kim Kohler, Gloria Lee, Frank Maimone, 
Karena Massengill, Linda Jo Russell, Margie Rust, Peggy Sivert., Mary Tarango, Ben Zask

LA Artcore Brewery Annex
Address: 650 S Avenue 21, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Phone: (323) 276-9320

In Crenshaw Corridor, 4 blocks west of Crenshaw,  East of La Brea.  Free parking on street and surrounding neighborhood.

Open on Saturdays from 1-5 pm

Also free art workshops on Saturdays 2-4 pm
Check website for details
https://southbaycontemporary.org/free-workshops/ 

Image Credit: photo by Gene Ogami, Michael Freitas Wood, L.A. 2018 13x19" plaster on MDO

  • Website:

    www.southbaycontemporary.org

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    sbc_sola

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    southbaycontemporarySoLA

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Alliance of Visual Artists + Tin Flats: Separation
Aug
10
6:00 PM18:00

Alliance of Visual Artists + Tin Flats: Separation

*Exhibition continues through Sunday, August 26

We’re experiencing a crisis of separation in our country.  We are separating families at the border.  We are separating our communities over class, gender, and ethnicity.  Alliance of Visual Artists (AVA) and Tin Flats present, Separation, a group show fueled by the crisis unfolding at our borders.  AVA has invited artists to respond to the current administration and the injustices that are being carried out in our failed democracy. 

Alliance of Visual Artists (AVA) is a Los Angeles based feminist collective interested in identifying and sharing resources with underserved artists. Our mission is to foster community among local artists to inspire action, opportunities and platforms to network, learn, educate, and empower. 

Tin Flats is an artist-run space founded on a desire to foster artistic practice, collaboration, dialogue, exhibition, and community. Located in a former chromium-plating factory by the LA River in the Frogtown neighborhood of Los Angeles, the 10,000-square-foot building houses the studios of five artists: Conor Fields, Andrea Marie Breiling, Chandler McWilliams, Stephen Neidich, and Isabel Yellin; a communal workshop; and an artist residency in partnership with The Underground Museum. Tin Flats was founded in 2017 by Stephen Neidich.

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sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange
Aug
5
1:00 PM13:00

sbc, SoLA Gallery: LA ART Core X SoLA Gallery Exchange

  • 3718 West Slauson Avenue View Park-Windsor Hills, CA, 90043 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

"LA Artcore X SBC SoLA Exchange" 
August 2 -30, 2018
August 5, 1-3 pm Opening at SoLA Gallery
August 5, 3-5 pm:  Opening LA Art Core Brewery

Lydia Takeshita, Curator/Founder of LA Artcore will Curate this show in partnership with SBC SoLA Gallery.  SoLA Gallery curator/founder, Peggy Sivert Zask will curate a show at LA Artcore Brewery in an exchange between the two venues) Participating LA Artcore  Artists:  Beanie Kaman, Michael Freitas Wood
Lore Eckelberry, Kathi Sook Kim, Ann Gooding
Robert Walker, Echo Lew, Tanja Babic. 

SoLA Gallery 2:  Solo Exhibition "Cycles of Time" 
Oil paintings by Lanise Howard

LA Artcore Brewery: 
Participating SBC SoLA Member Artists showing at LA Art Core Brewery:  Morgan Britt, Federica Campagnari, Anita Dixon, Leah Shane Dixon, Juan Gomez, Sylvia Greer, Diane Hayden, David Hennage, John Hogan, Vivian Huang, Kim Kohler, Gloria Lee, Frank Maimone, 
Karena Massengill, Linda Jo Russell, Margie Rust, Peggy Sivert., Mary Tarango, Ben Zask

LA Artcore Brewery Annex
Address: 650 S Avenue 21, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Phone: (323) 276-9320

In Crenshaw Corridor, 4 blocks west of Crenshaw,  East of La Brea.  Free parking on street and surrounding neighborhood.

Open on Saturdays from 1-5 pm

Also free art workshops on Saturdays 2-4 pm
Check website for details
https://southbaycontemporary.org/free-workshops/ 

Image Credit: photo by Gene Ogami, Michael Freitas Wood, L.A. 2018 13x19" plaster on MDO

  • Website:

    www.southbaycontemporary.org

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    sbc_sola

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    southbaycontemporarySoLA

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bG Gallery: Gestalt Project Space.
Aug
5
11:30 AM11:30

bG Gallery: Gestalt Project Space.

Gestalt Projects is a project space dedicated to cross-genre intercommunication by tying together diverse groups of artists into cohesive installations including an ongoing 144 Space and diorama projects in Crawl Space. 

The space is currently located within a larger gallery at 3009 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica CA 90405. As well as various pop ups around town.

40 minute parking in the business park across the street on weekdays and unlimited parking on weekends enter lot on 31st. 2 hr parking available along 30th street.

Open 11:30-6pm Daily

Image Credit: Sea of Art courtesy of Gestalt Projects

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Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles: Mnēmonikos
Aug
4
7:00 PM19:00

Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles: Mnēmonikos

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Opening Reception: Saturday, August 4th, 7 - 10 PM

Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles is excited to announce Mnēmonikos¹, an exhibition featuring works by Theresa Daddezio, Scout Dunbar, Leah Guadagnoli, Meredith Hoffheins, Clinton King, Elisa Lendvay, Kristy Luck, Andrew Moller, Scott Robinson, Jonathan Ryan, Sarah Tortora, Austin Williams, Jake Ziemann and curated by member and artist Esther Ruiz. 

Mnēmonikos is an exhibition that explores the fine line between the clarity and obscurity surrounding memory and its visualization though a variety of mediums including, painting, sculpture, and sound. 


¹ The word "mnemonic" is derived from the Ancient Greek word μνημονικός (mnēmonikos) meaning "of or relating to memory”. Mnemonics was often considered in the context of what is today known as the art of memory. The art of memory (Latin: ars memoriae) is any of a number of loosely associated mnemonic principles and techniques used to organize memory impressions, improve recall, and assist in the combination and 'invention' of ideas. Techniques commonly employed in the art include the association of emotionally striking memory images within visualized locations. All of these techniques were used in combination with the study of architecture, sculpture and painting, which were seen by practitioners of the art of memory as externalizations of internal memory images and organization.

Image Credit: Theresa Daddezio / Meredith Hoffheins / Clinton King "Mnēmonikos Press Image 1"

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Outback Arthouse: Hot Rolled
Aug
4
7:00 PM19:00

Outback Arthouse: Hot Rolled

  • 220 North Avenue 54 Los Angeles, CA, 90042 United States (map)
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Outback Arthouse is a new artist run project space in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, founded by Katie Holden, Kristin Hough and Julian Tan.

  • The venue is accessed through the side gate of the house in the backyard and garage space.

  • Website:

    https://outbackarthouse.cargocollective.com

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    outbackarthouse

  • Image Credit: Faith Sponsler, Detail shot from Glass Mountain

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