The captivating documentary “Ink & Linda” about Los Angeles’ most unlikely street art duo will have its world premiere on Saturday, March 5, 2022 inside the Helms Design Center. Stuart C. Paul’s new feature-length film chronicles the unexpected friendship and collaboration between Inksap (aka Ink), a Vietnamese American urban street artist in his 20s, and Linda Lack, an elder stateswoman of the modern dance scene in her 70s. Four additional screening events will follow in the landmark Culver City building. 

The film will screen two weeks later on Thursday, March 24, 2022, during the opening night of Dance Camera West’s 20th annual festival at 2220 Arts & Archives (in The Bootleg’s former venue) on Beverly Boulevard. For more information, please visit

Dubbed The Chance to Paint Each Other Gold, the Helms Design Center events—on March 5, 6, 11, 12, and 13—will be a multi-dimensional presentation from 6:00 – 9:30pm featuring an installation of the artists’ shared street art. Nightly screenings of Ink & Linda will be followed by a Q & A, an artist reception, and a live and intimate demonstration revealing Inksap and Lack’s artistic process. An exhibition of Ink’s work will also be on display. The Helms events are free, but guests must reserve tickets. CLICK HERE to reserve your FREE tickets.

The gallery is located in Studio A inside Helms Design Center at 8745 Washington Blvd., Suite A, Culver City, CA 90232. 

A few weeks later, on Thursday, March 24, Ink & Linda will screen during the opening night of Dance Camera West’s annual screendance festival held that weekend at 2220 Arts & Archives (2220 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90057) at 7:00pm. Tickets are $15 (or $100 for a festival pass). For tickets and more information, please visit

Remember to confirm with the venue last minute covid protocols and guidelines – (proof of vaccination and masks MAY be required).

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