Topanga Vintage Market at Pierce College has added an arts section! Over two dozen artists now exhibit along with over 160 vintage sellers. Painting, ceramics, jewelry, fabric art and up-cycled media prevail, and the lineup of artists is growing every month. The Vintage Market is “Always the 4th Sunday”.
$2 admission, kids free, no pets! Free parking.
Food trucks and live music, but no alcohol for sale.
Directions: DeSoto exit north off 101Fwy; Rt on Victory
What: Art Event
Where: Pierce College, Woodland Hills 91306, Victory Blvd at Mason Ave.
When: 8am-3pm (every 4th Sunday)
In Downtown LA…
2A Gallery holds an artist talk and a closing reception for “Cardboard Revival,” a site-specific installation by Los Angeles artist Holly Tempo.
Cardboard Revival represents a cadre of inharmonious interests. Sited in the upscale, developer-renovated San Fernando Building, which is located at the edge of Downtown LA’s skid row area, the space straddles the conflicting realities of urban life.
On the one hand, the structure — now filled with chic loft apartments — is a testament to efforts to revitalize Downtown LA; on the other, homeless advocates see the project as having taken the area’s affordable housing stock away from the people who need it the most.
What: Artist talk, Closing reception
Where: 2A Gallery, 400 S Main St #2A, LA 90013 (second floor of the San Fernando Building)
When: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Offramp Galley hosts a walk-thru and closing reception for B.A.T. (Bon à Tirer/Good to Go) at Off Ramp Gallery. B.A.T. features the works of 21 women artists who have printed with master printer Francesco Siqueiros of El Nopal Press.
See image: Dominique Liquois, untitled, 2003,,lithograph, 18 1/2″ x 19 3/4″
Guest curated by Anita Bunn, artists included in the exhibition are: Lisa Adams, Susan Bolles, Anita Bunn, Carolyn Castaño, Emily Cheng, Sandra De La Losa, Pia Elizondo, Elsa Flores, Diane Gamboa, Silvia Gruner, Sherin Guirguis, Shirley Jaffee, Annie Lapin, Dominique Liquois, Rocio Maldonado, Ruby Osorio, Renée Petropoulos, Daniela Rossel, Analia Saban, Linda Stark & Laureana Toledo.
On view: Dec 8th – Jan 25th
What: Opening reception
Where: Offramp Gallery, 1702 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, 91103
When: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Also in Pasadena…
Parson’s Nose presents “As You Were: Stories for American GIs in WWII” as a part of their Readers’ Theater Series.
Featured works include “The Duke and the Dauphin Come Aboard” by Mark Twain, “Address Unknown” by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor, “The Skylight Room” by O. Henry, “Paul Revere’s Ride” by H.W. Longfellow, “The Waltz” by Dorothy Parker and The Declaration of Independence.
The stage adaptations are by Artistic Director, Lance Davis. The Parson’s Nose Company will include Lance Davis, Mary Chalon, Marisa Chandler, Jill Rogosheske, Barry Gordon, Gary Lamb, James Calvert, Ivar Brogger and Fred Thompson.
Parson’s Nose will be holding a book drive in conjunction with their readings of “As You Were” to donate books to men and women currently serving in the U.S. Military.
Admission: Pay what you can (I LOVE that!!!); Tickets may be purchased online, over the phone, or at the door.
Where: Lineage Performing Arts Center, 89 S. Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105
Got one more for you….I’ll be singing tonight with the Venice Street Legends at the Good Hurt for this very special benefit. Come our and support the cause…See Flyer.
Enjoy the weekend….See ya next Friday!!!