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Tarfest Los Angeles Supporting Local Artists for 17 Years Returns Sept 14

“This festival is about giving back to our community, by preserving what’s best about the art and music of LA, while providing fuel for the amazing new cultural developments happening here.” One of Los Angeles most unique events and a... Continue Reading →

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L.A. Photographer Ryan Schude Highlights Museum Staff in SFMOMA Photo Collab

Los Angeles photographer Ryan Schude and San Francisco creatives Laura Miner and Dylan Hosey in collaboration with The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) are excited to announce Inside/Outside SFMOMA, a one-day photoshoot and interactive experience that will highlight... Continue Reading →

Bakeru: Transforming Spirits at Japan House Los Angeles

Contributed by Julia Stier Through the use of masks and interactive technology, Japan House's newest exhibit, Bakeru: Transforming Spirits, invites guests to play an active role in the preservation of culture and tradition. Created by the Japanese art studio WOW,... Continue Reading →

Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival Extends 2019 Submissions Deadline

Contribute to this year’s theme: Race, Religion, and Justice Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival (PTAFF) is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization founded in 2016. For its fourth annual festival, the Festival is requesting submissions for both short films, feature-length films,... Continue Reading →

SaMo Pride First-Ever Calendar of Family & LGBTQ+ Friendly Events

Press Release Downtown Santa Monica, the Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica Place and the City of Santa Monica are unveiling a robust calendar of fun, family-friendly events, and experiences for the first-ever SaMo PRIDE. More than 20 events throughout the... Continue Reading →

California School of the Arts Invites San Gabriel Valley Kids to CSArts Summer Program

California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley (CSArts-SGV) opens its campus to students ages 8-16 from throughout the community to explore their interest in the arts this summer during CSArts Academy. A fun, creative and nurturing environment sets... Continue Reading →

Santa Monica Place to Celebrate the Year of the Pig February 16

Due to expected rain this weekend, the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration at Santa Monica Place has been rescheduled from February 2 to February 16.    Press Release Santa Monica Place commemorates the Year of the Pig with its annual Lunar... Continue Reading →

Can Pop Art Show the Way to Nirvana?

Press Release Over the Influence Hong Kong is pleased to present Can Pop Art Show the Way to Nirvana?, an exhibition of new paintings from Japanese artist Hikari Shimoda. This will be the artist's first solo exhibition in Hong Kong,... Continue Reading →

‘Nude/Naked’: Begging for controversy

reviewed by Matt Ritchey There’s been a shooting in the house of a rich and famous 50-something Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Bennett Duquesne. His daughter Addy is at the police station and he’s not allowed to see her, but she’s not... Continue Reading →

National YoungArts Foundation Announces Regional Programs in Los Angeles, Miami and New York

National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) today announces tickets on sale for the YoungArts Miami 2019 public performances, alongside details of the organization’s regional programs in Miami, Los Angeles and New York impacting 710 young artists from across the country. YoungArts regional... Continue Reading →

stARTup Art Fair Announces Los Angeles Winter Line Up

The fair returns to LA for fourth year; over 70 artists to take over The Kinney Venice Beach hotel for 3 days Press Release stARTup Art Fair is pleased to present its fourth annual Los Angeles edition to take place... Continue Reading →

‘I Thought Bezos Meant Kisses’ – SSOAK Opens Its Magical Holiday Pop Up on La Brea Ave

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Offline. Online. Online Offline. Big retailers can't decide what they want to be in the shopping world these days. And with many large e-vendors re-homing themselves in street-level retail locations, but hardly varying... Continue Reading →

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