In Santa Monica…
haleARTS S P A C E hosts a new group exhibition featuring Sandi Sharp, Nick Busco and Adam Nisenson.
Rock photographer Nick Busco will be showing some of his photography. Back in the late 70s Nick Busco toured with legendary acts as part of a road crew. He was afforded the opportunity to capture close up shots of rock icons such as Freddy Mercury, Bonnie Raitt, Rod Stewart and more. He also came home with priceless stories…
A self-taught photographer, Busco admits early on, he did not know he wanted to be a photographer. “Taking photos was something I did always want to do, but at first did not know it,” recalls Busco.
A friend in college asked if he would help take photographs for local bands, and soon his newfound career took off. “I was always fascinated with photography, photographs, light, and lighting. When I was in college, that really was the first time I thought…hey, I could do this for a living.”
Sandi Sharp’s recent series immortalizes pop culture references of the 80’s and 90’s. Adam Nisenson uses misprinted and overages of movie posters and advertising vinyl, which he deconstructs and weaves into new narratives.
On view: Nov 15th – Nov 26th
What: Opening reception
Where: haleARTS S P A C E, 2443 Main St., Santa Monica, CA 90405
When: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Also in Santa Monica…
Broadway Art Space presents the second edition of Women Make The World Go Round – LA, a mixed art exhibition featuring women artists. Held in Santa Monica for ONE NIGHT, it will showcase photography, drawing, ceramics, collage, painting and sculpture.
The exhibit will be held in Santa Monica for ONE NIGHT ONLY, and will showcase photography, drawing, ceramics, collage, painting and sculpture.
The artists presenting their works will range from newcomers to established names and include: Simone Alexandrino, Shawna Ankenbrandt, Lisa Bartleson, Tatiana Botton, Mitra Fabian, Lia Halloran, Maria Kolligian, Kim McDonald, Alisha Olson, Catherine Opie, Jen Rosenstein, Karrie Ross, Nike Schroder, Gay Summer Rick, Moye Thompson, Christine Weir, and Valerie Wilcox.
20% of proceeds will be donated to Heal the Bay www.heatthebay.org/donate
What: Opening reception
Where: Broadway Art Space 929 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401
When: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Phone: 310. 918.7233
One more in Santa Monica…bG Gallery (Bleicher/Golightly) hosts a night of music from 8-11 pm. http://www.bgartgalleries.com/
Or in West LA…
JAUS presents Licketh The Rainbow, the final installment of its 2013 group exhibitions related to color.
See image: Brian Thomas Jones, New Aggregations Mixed Media 2013
Artists include: Rochelle Botello, Sarah Cromarty, Michael Dee, Junta Egawa, Ashley Hagen, Aska Irie, Astrelle Johnquest, Brian Thomas Jones, Phil Kim, Fernando Rascon, and Michael Salerno.
What: Opening reception
Where: Jaus, 11851 La Grange Ave., LA 90025
When: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
In Downtown LA…Jancar Jones Gallery, (1031 N. Broadway) holds a screening in conjunction with Rick Bahto’s current exhibit at 7pm. http://www.jancarjones.com
Offramp Gallery offers a one-night-only performance by New York City’s TriBeCaStan, a musical ensemble hailed by the New York Times as “Genre-bending jazz and world-music.”
Radically multicultural and poly-stylistic, TriBeCaStan is one of contemporary music’s most vibrantly eclectic ensembles, using diverse instruments from around the globe to create an exotic palette of sonic colors.
It will be outside on patio (Dress warmly.)
A suggested donation of $15 per person is requested. http://tribecastan.tv/
The event is held in conjunction with Offramp Gallery’s exhibition Kirk Pedersen: The Urban Asia Series and the Evolution of Zero+ Publishing from October 27 – November 24, 2013.
Where: Offramp Gallery, 1702 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, 91103
When: 7:00 pm
Parson’s Nose Theater (PNT), the acclaimed classical comedic theater company led by Artistic Director, Lance Davis, presents their first full production of the 2013-14 Season, Molière’s The Middle Class Nobleman.
See image: Lance Davis (Monsieur Jourdain/Director) watches a scene between James Calvert (Covielle) and Gary Lamb (Cleonte – not pictured).
Putting lipstick on a pig, the French master Molière gives us the narcissistic bourgeois, Monsieur Jourdain, who can buy all of the lessons but none of the talent. His ignorance is far from bliss for his wife and family. The Middle Class Nobleman will be performed in an original translation and adaptation by Parson’s Nose Artistic Director, Lance Davis. The Parson’s Nose Company will include Lance Davis, Mary Chalon, Marisa Chandler, Jill Rogosheske, Paul Perri, Barry Gordon, Gary Lamb, Mark McCracken, Tom Ashworth, James Calvert, and Nora Frankovich.
Parson’s Nose Theater performs at Lineage Performing Arts Center located at 89 South Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105. The show runs through November 24th.
Admission: $20 suggest…but pay what you can (I LOVE that!!!)
Where: Lineage Performing Arts Center, 89 S. Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105