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July 18 – September 25, 2021: The Hollywood Bowl, KCRW’s World Festival

2021-06-06T16:57:28+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

The Hollywood Bowl is back and so is KCRW’s World Festival. KCRW’s long standing partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association for KCRW’s World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl embodies the adventurous musical spirit of both organizations by featuring artists from a

Running thru July 18, 2021: Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center

2021-05-28T23:05:14+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Performances, Performing / Literary Arts, Running Now, Upcoming|

In-person performances return to the Music Center! Dance at Dusk Brings five live performances to Jerry Moss Plaza, plus one free live stream. As part of the 18th season of Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center, Dance at Dusk brings the very

Running thru July 2, 2021: Paramount Drive In Theatres 

2021-06-01T21:40:47+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Lectures / Screening Series, Performances, Performing / Literary Arts, Running Now, Upcoming|

Paramount Drive In Theatres continue to offer top-notch flicks. Movies that have been screened are Tom & Jerry, The Little Things, Raya and the Last Dragon, Chaos Walking, Godzilla VS Kong, etc! Check the website for additional info and drive-in movies. 

June 26, 2021: Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

2021-06-15T05:15:46+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery returns for its 20th Anniversary Season! Presented by Amazon Studios and Prime Video, the series kicks off with “The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert” on June 26, 2021. Enjoy the 4th of July at

June 24, 26, 2021: 18th Street Arts Center,  We Were All Here

2021-06-10T02:54:41+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming, Virtual Art Party, Visual Arts|

18th Street Arts Center premieres a new commission from artists Dan Kwong and Paulina Sahagun, a collaborative video project that delves into the local history of the Pico Neighborhood of Santa Monica. After over a year of in-depth oral history collection

June 23, 2021: The Wallis Re-Opens, World Premiere of Tevye in New York!

2021-06-15T21:34:19+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Featured Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts re-opens with the World Premiere of Tevye in New York!, on in The Wallis’ pop-up outdoor terrace performance space for theater, dance, music, cinema, and special events. The show  launches SUMMER @ THE

June 22, 2021: The Music Center’s For the Love of L.A

2021-06-15T21:36:21+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Featured Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

On Tuesday, June 22, 2021, The Music Center launches the third season of its digital series, For the Love of L.A., which celebrates the creativity of Los Angeles and supports L.A.-based artists in the disciplines of music, dance, visual culture and

June 19, 2021: the Wallis and Black Rebirth Collective, Juneteenth, Unmasked

2021-06-15T21:43:46+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Featured Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

On Juneteenth, Saturday, June 19, 2021, the Wallis and Black Rebirth Collective's co-production of Unmasked will debut online. Unmasked is a theatrical celebration of Black Women’s Liberation. Co-directed by Kimberly Hébert and Camille Jenkins, the performances will be available for on-demand streaming

June 19, 2021: William Grant Still Arts Center, Juneteenth Celebration

2021-06-16T00:04:33+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

William Grant Still Arts Center hosts a closing reception of this year’s African American Composers’ series on June 19, 2021 from 3-6pm.The virtual event will be held as a celebration of Juneteenth.  Each year William Grant Still Arts Center curates an

June 19, 2021: Chalk Repertory Theatre, “Chalk Lines”

2021-06-15T23:38:24+00:00By |All Art Parties / Events, Performing / Literary Arts, Upcoming|

The Award-Winning Chalk Repertory Theatre with funding from L.A. City’s Department of Cultural Affairs announces the launch of its new audio play series “Chalk Lines.” Five short plays using immersive audio storytelling will bring to life unsung landmarks in Los Angeles

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