Hang by the beach…and stop in the Venice Bistro to see the Venice Street Legends.
These guys rock out with blues, country etc….you name it they can play it.
Greg Cruz has a powerful voice and truly rocks out on his electric guitar.
What: Live Music, The Venice Street Legends
Where: The Venice Bistro, 323 Ocean Front Walk 90291
When: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/venicesreetlegends?ref=hl
Kathmandu Boutique host its quarterly evening of celebrating community with live music, art and food. This place is great. I had the chance to perform at a book signing, a wonderful shop with a community room in the back.
Owner, Reena Gauchan is a generous and loving soul and welcomes everyone. The event offers home-cooked NEPALESE vegan food and special NEPALESE chia (tea) hot cider..
Please be sure to bring your own plate, cup, fork and water….to help keep it a GREEN event. Donations are being accepted for cerebral palsy children in Nepal.
Kathmandu will be open all day with organized events and features drumming, live painting, yoga, and talks. Singers Annmarie Soul, Sophie Holt, the band Prem Rock Matra and more. The music starts at 7:00 pm
Be sure to check their FB Page for the full schedule.
What: Quarterly Gathering
Where: Kathmandu Boutique, 1844 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404
When: 5:30 – 12:00 am
Website: FB Page
In the Miracle Mile area…
Michael Kohn Gallery hosts an opening reception for the group show, “Opposing the Binary.” Curated by Kim Light, the exhibit brings together five emerging to mid-career artists whose varied practices question the notion of abstraction in art.
Artists include: Korakrit Arunanondchai, Richard Hoblock, Andisheh Avini, Amy Granat and Eddie Martinez (see image).
On view: March 15th – April 20th
What: Opening reception
Where: Michael Kohn Gallery, 8071 Beverly Blvd,. LA, 90048
When: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Phone: 323 658-8088
Steve Turner Contemporary presents two exhibitions, “Transparent Things” and “House of Games.”
“Transparent Things,” a solo exhibition by Gabrielle Ferrer (see image), consists of three related series of work that result from the artist’s process of archiving objects as a method of investigating their history and essential character. In each series, she allows the subject to determine the medium.
“House of Games” features a solo exhibition by Fabiola Torres-Alzaga consisting of three vitrines, a group of drawings and a video.
On view: March 15th – April 15th
What: Opening reception
Where: Steve Turner Contemporary, 6026 Wilshire Blvd, just east of Fairfax, 90036
When: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Phone: 323 931-3721