The Brentwood Art Festival takes place today….San Vicente Blvd. between Barrington & Bundy from 10-5pm.
In Palos Verdes… The Artists’ Studio Gallery at the Promenade on the Peninsula (550 Deep Valley Drive #159, Rolling Hills Estates, 90274) debuts a new exhbition from 1:30-5:30pm. http://www.artists-studio-pvac.com
In Culver City…
The Queensland Centre for Photography (QCP) and Edward Cella Art & Architecture would like to invite you to participate in a panel discussion titled Topography, migration and the multicultural habitat to celebrate the launch of the first issue of Lucida Journal, which current volume is dedicated to the theme of habitats.
Panel guests include Steve Reinstein, Kaucyila Brooke and Edward Cella.
What: Art Panel
Where: Edward Cella, 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd
When: 2:00pm – October 11
Phone: (323) 525-0053
FM Fine Art Gallery (834 N. La Brea Ave) hosts an art event from 2-5 pm.
Please join us Sunday, October 11th 2-4pm at Rosamund Felsen Gallery for the publication release of Las Cienegas 06.18.2009 -12.17.2011, a cloth-bound, hard cover book documenting the history of Las Cienegas Projects, an artist-run project space in Los Angeles operating between 2009-2011.
Opening its doors during the peak of the Great Recession, Las Cienegas Projects singularly bridged the wide-ranging art communities and diverse practices of Los Angeles, serving, in the words of artist, scholar, and educator Charles Gaines, as “an alternative to the alternative space”.
How long will the show be running? One day for 2 hours.
Parking? Parking: 1. Lot immediately South of gallery entrance. 2. 2nd lot 200 feet South of gallery entrance. 3. Street parking on 11th St & 15th St, west of Santa Fe Ave.
Wine will be served.
What: Release party
Where: Rosamund Felsen Gallery, 1923 S. Santa Fe Av #100, L.A. CA 90021
When: Sunday, October 11th, 2015: 2:00-4:00PM
Also downtown…USC Hillel Art Gallery, (3300 South Hoover Street LA 90007) debuts a new exhibition from 2-4pm. See info on exhibition HERE.
Offramp Gallery hosts a closing reception and art talk for “Mark Steven Greenfield: The Egun Squad.”
Fesh on the heels of his critically acclaimed retrospective, Lookin’ Back in Front of Me, at the California African American Museum, Mark Steven Greenfield offers five large figurative ink and acrylic pieces on Duralar and four abstract works for his fourth solo exhibition at Offramp Gallery.
The works are from Greenfield’s Egungun series (pronounced e-goongoon) and deal with duality in the form of blessings and curses.
Two other exhibiion will participate in this closing reception…”Thinh Nguyen: Composite-Trinity,” as well as “Olly Olly Oxen Free II,” the reprise of last year’s popular outdoor group sculpture exhibition curated by Kristi Engle.
What: Opening reception
Where: Offramp Gallery, 1702 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, 91103
When: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
In Santa Monica…
How bout some theater?
Santa Monica Playhouse presents the World Premiere Rudie-DeCarlo musical DREMPELS: The Short But Happy Life of the Drempel Hieronymus Aloisius Plonk – A Musical Tale of Remembrance and Renewal
Internationally acclaimed Actors’ Repertory Theatre breathes life into dozens of characters, creatures and curiosities as they take you on an awe-inspiring journey rooted in old-world European story-telling and physical theatre peppered with sharp contemporary satire. “Drempels” is a tale of remembrance and renewal, but also a tale of warning. Look beneath the “cute” and you will see an alarming amalgam of past, present and future atrocities, set in a microcosmic society that frighteningly mirrors the macrocosm of our own foundering world. Playwright/song writers Rudie and DeCarlo (“Outstanding!” LA Times), bring their inimitable style of Gilbert and Sullivan patter, Klezmer melodies, and lilting ballads. Director Serena Dolinsky helms with her “surreal and wildly manic” (Tolucan Times) signature style.
Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 3:30pm, October 3 through November 29, 2015
General Admission: (Oct 17-Nov 29) $29.50; discounts for students, teachers, seniors, members of the military and groups of 8 or more.
Where: The Santa Monica Playhouse, 1211 4th Street, SM 90401-1391
Phone: 310-394-9779 ext 1
Have a great weekend…see ya next Thursday at noon!