In Santa Monica…
haleARTS S P A C E invites you to the opening reception of a group show featuring the work of Dennis Ruble, Mike Russo and Kenneth Kokin.
This charming gallery features new art openings every two weeks. Enjoy white wine and freshly popped popcorn….always a fun art party here.
On view: February 21st – March 5th
What: Opening reception
Where: haleARTS S P A C E, 2443 Main St., Santa Monica, CA 90405
When: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
One more for you in Santa Monica…
Actor, director, producer, Sandy Simona has organized and eclectic festival entitled “Zay Gezunt!” The program will spotlight new work from Eastern European & Jewish visual and performance artists.
Lost in Lvov will be featured. The piece was created by Sandy Simona and wil be performed by Simona & The Storytelling BAND. See the Los in Lvov trailer.
Performers include: Jeffery Scott Basham, EVeryman, Caitlyn Conlin, Lux Moderna and Dubvirus.
Artist Zhenya Gershman’s work will be on view as part of the event.
$20 general admission / $15 members, students, seniors
Where: Highways Performance Space, @18th St. Arts Center, 1651 18th St. Santa Monica, 90404 (1/2 block north of Olympic Blvd.)
When: 8:30 pm TWO DAYS – Friday + Saturday, February 21st & 22nd
Phone: 310 315- 1459
In West LA…
JAUS presents “In 2040…Seven Artists project where art making could, should, would or will not be headed 25 years from now.”
Curated by Clayton Campbell, the group show features Joe Biel, Clayton Campbell, Miri Chais, Chris Knudson, Melissa Ann Lambert, Max Presneill + Friends: Daniela Campins, Mark Dutcher, Helen Rebekah Garber, Paul Gillis, Kio Griffith, Elana Melissa Hill, Max Presneill, Alison Rash, Rachel Stiff, Chris Trueman, Nathaniel Walston, Sergio Witron, Terrence Sanders and Lisa C Soto.
On view: February 21st – March 23rd
What: Opening reception
Where: Jaus, 11851 La Grange Ave., LA 90025
When: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Or in Venice..
The Del Monte Speakeasy which is located under the Townhouse presents a night of FREE jazz/swing with the Barry Zweig Trio featuring Jon Mayer on piano, and Chris Conner on bass.
There is no food served at the Del Monte Speakeasy.
You must be 21 years old to get in.
The Townhouse has a rich history which includes a hidden speakeasy back in prohibition days.
In Downtown LA…Human Resources (410 Cottage Home St.) hosts a performance art and video event featuring Raphael Lyon from 9-10pm. http://humanresourcesla.com/