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haleARTS S P A C E presents Vera Mulyani (see image) and Dave Zarick. Stop in and enjoy their series “Emerging Artists for Emerging Collectors.”  Refreshments and popcorn will be served.

Fri-8.10-Hale-ZarickOn view: August 10th – August 22nd

What:  Artist Reception Vera Mulyani and Dave Zarick
Where:  haleARTS S P A C E 2443 main st. Santa Monica, CA 90405
When:  5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Phone: 310-314-8038


At LACMA,LACMA smalllogo enjoy Multi-instrumentalist Dale Fielder as he plays all four saxophones—soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone.

Fri-8.10-DaleFielderQuartet-ByCraigJohsonHe is known for his original compositions, varied group concepts, and variety of presentations, as well as for his choice of performing rare, obscure jazz classics. Fielder has recorded more than thirteen albums since he first appeared on the national jazz scene in 1993. 

What: Live music at LACMA
Where: LACMA, BP Grand Entrance, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., LA 90036
When: 6:00 pm
Phone: (323) 857-6000


Artist, Julienne Johnson will be conducting an ART TALK and Q & A for the Deaf community and discussing her current exhibition, T O U C H M E T O U C H Y O U tonight at 7pm at TAG Gallery, Bergamot Station.

Johlowres JulienneJohnson atwork Studio March2012nson has an unusual approach to art, painting with her hands. She explains her process, “”Mixing media has always come naturally to me. 

I love the texture of paint, the pliability of clay and the strength of metal. I create in a physical way, working hands on – applying, removing, scraping, sanding, sawing, soldering, pounding – I’m all over it; shape to shape and color to color until I’m satisfied with the whole.”

If you or anyone you know is deaf and loves art, please tell them about this event which is open to the public.

As a child, Julienne had a lowres JulienneJohnson Ozymandias 2012 61x63  oil with mixed media on canvas with  pigment transfers collagespecial friend whose parents were deaf. Spending a great deal of time with them during her formative years, taught her to appreciate the intrinsic sensitivity the deaf, in particular, have toward all the arts.

Artist, Camey McGilvray will also participate.

Q & A / Art Talk for the Deaf (With Beth Morgan Signing)

What: Q & A/Art Talk for the Deaf, T O U C H M E T O U C H Y O U
Where: TAG Gallery, (D-3) at Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave., SM
When: 7:00 pm
Phone: (310) 829-9556