Supporting the Arts Since 2010

Running thru September 13, 2020: Rose Bowl Stadium, “The New Mutants,” Drive-in Style

2020-09-17T04:25:33+00:00By |Past Events|

Rose Bowl Stadium presents "The New Mutants" Drive-in Style from August 27 – September 13, 2020.  There is a flat rate of $35 per car. Rose Bowl Front by Kathy Leonardo About the Movie: 20th Century Studios in association

On View thru October 11, 2020: Matter Studio Gallery “BEING MATTER”

2020-09-17T04:24:43+00:00By |Past Events|

Matter Studio Gallery presents a solo exhibition titled “BEING MATTER" featuring the paintings of artist Brian Atchley. A self-taught artist, Atchley was inspired to begin painting several years ago. A hobby that began as a quest to create affordable wall art grew into

On View thru August 29, 2020: Lowell Ryan Projects, Amy Kim Keeler

2020-09-08T07:26:37+00:00By |Past Events|

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present “Future Jupiter,” a solo-exhibition by LA-based artist Amy Kim Keeler. RSVP HERE for an appointment to see the exhibition. Amy Kim Keeler, Magnetic Mountain (detail), 2020 The show will feature sixteen of

On View thru August 29, 2020: George Billis Gallery LA, “The Cityscape Show”

2020-09-08T06:23:00+00:00By |Past Events|

George Billis Gallery LA presents “The Cityscape Show X: Concrete and Sky.” For the last ten years, GBGLA has hosted The Cityscape Show every summer - the theme as been broad and covered a wide ranging group of artists and works.

On View thru August 30, 2020: dnj Gallery, Pamela Mayers Schoenberg, Sarah Hadley, Ellen Cantor

2020-09-08T06:20:21+00:00By |Past Events|

In Santa Monica...dnj Gallery (3015 Ocean Park Blvd, SM, 90405) presents the work of three artists - Pamela Mayers Schoenberg (main gallery), Sarah Hadley (in Gallery II),  Ellen Cantor (in the Installation Room). Pamela Mayers Schoenberg, from her Yard Art

August 14 – 30, 2020: The Montalbán, Screenings & Dinner

2020-09-05T02:26:35+00:00By |Past Events|

Rooftop Movies at The Montalbán returns for a three-week pop-up screening schedule, offering guests nine nights of cinematic experiences under the stars—with Coronavirus safety precautions in place—at the historic Hollywood venue. Running over three consecutive weekends on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from August

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