Additional Art Parties/Events – Last Half of March 2018 Updated!
2020-01-19T02:05:17+00:00By Kathy Leonardo|Categories: Past Events|Tags: Jamie Johnson, Patty Carroll, Richard Knapp, Stephen Schafer, 1301PE, 18th Street Arts Center, 2018, a mixed-media installation by Jeremy Everett, Alan Kupchick, Alejandro Gehry, Alexandra Naumova, Ali LeRoi, Alison Ragguette, Allison Kunath, American West, Analog vs Digital, Andrew K. Thompson, animation, Anya Kavanaugh, Art Share L.A., artist, Ashira Siegel Fox, Barbara Kolo, Barbara Lavery, Barbara Schwan, Beyond the Lines grand opening, Block Party 2018, Bob Branaman, Bob Scheer, Brandan Bmike Odums, Brandy Zdan, Buddy Guy, Campbell Laird, Caryl St. Ama, Caution, Celebration Theatre, Charles Malinsky, CHIMENTO CONTEMPORARY, Christina Angelina AKA Starfighter, Christine Kline, Christine Sawicky, Chuck Swenson, Chung King Road, closing reception, Coagula Curatorial, Cody Lusby, Cole Case, Comedy show, comics, Context v. Perspective, Cosimo Cavallaro, Courtney Heather, Craig Krull Gallery, creative vendors, Critical Mass Performance Group, Cross the Line, Crystal Michaelson, Culver City, curated by Rachel Gibas, Daggi Wallace, Dave Clark, David Okum, Debbie Zeitman, Deborah Reilly, Deepa Lani McNulty, Diana Velasco, Diane Williams, Downtown, drink, Edmund Teske, Elena Kulnikova, Elisabeth Caren, Emily Winters, Eva Montealegre, figurative show, film, Flavio Bisciotti, FOCUS photo l.a. pop-up Gallery, food, Frederika Roeder, Gallery 825, gary palmer, Georgina Reskala, Ginny Barrett, Gregg Chadwick, Guy Dill, history, Hive Gallery, Hung Viet Nguyen, Irvin Rivera, Ivan Gallery, J. Fredric May, Jaclyn Wiseman, Jasmin Blasco, Jason Marello, Jean Edelstein, JENNYBIRD ALCANTARA REVERIES OF THE UNTAMED DARLINGS, Jeongmyo Kim, Jim McKinniss, Joel King, John Eden, John Rosewall, John Van Hamersveld, Jon Seaton, Josh Paul Thomas, Judy Baca, Judy Nimtz, Jules Muck, Juri Koll, Karley Sullivan, Kate Wolfgang Savage, Kathy Leader of The Art Process, Kcymaerxthaere The Story so Far, Kelly Thompson, Kenny Harris, Kerri Sabine-Wolf, Kerry Tribe. Standardized Patient, Kim Schoenstadt, Kirk Douglas Theatre, KP Projects, KUBO, Laluzapalooza, Lauren Mendelsohn-Bass, Lawrie Margrave, LAZAABB, Lena Moross, Linda Sue Price, Lisa McCord, Live music, Lois Lambert Gallery, Los Angeles Art Association, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles Zine and Art Book Bazaar, Love Matters, M and B Photo, Make Art Wednesdays, Mar Vista, March 11, Marinella Paolini, Mark Rebennack, MaRS, Martiros Adalian, Marty Katon, MB Boissonnault, Megan Schoenbachler, Meryl Leibowitz, Michael Baroff, Michael Rababy, Michaela Kindle, Mollie Favour, Molly McCall, Monica Perez, Monica Reyes, Montalban theater, Month of Photography LA, MOPLA, Mr. Fish, muralist, Museum as Retail Space, Ned Evans, New Curator Series, New Image Art, Nicole Eisenman, Norm Clasen, Ole Marius Joergensen, Other Art Fair, Paradox of Solitude, Pat Martin, Pedro Pedro, Phoebe Clemens Rigg Anderson, photography, places, Playwrights Arena, Pop Up Art Show, Randi Matushevitz, Red Bull Room at Hotel Erwin, Reginald Van Langenhove, Richard Prince, Riding Shotgun in the Sky, Robert Berman Gallery, Robert Nelson, Robert Zin Stark, Rohitash Rao, Ron Therrio, Roy Nelson, Ryland Arnoldi, saatchi art, Sandy Bleifer, Santa Monica Playhouse, Scott Grieger, Sheila Darcey, Shula Singer Arbel, Silverlake, Skidmore Contempory Art, SKY - CHU /ʃu/, Sonja Schenk, Sonni Leigh, sound installation, Stefanie Nafé, Sunny Bak, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Taylor Barnes, Terry O’Shea, The Good Part, The Hängar, The Interior of the Yelling Clinic by Katherine Sherwood, the Loft at Liz's, The Majestic Downtown, The Novo by Microsoft, the Saban Theatre, The Venice Institute of Contemporary Art (ViCA) and The Art Exchange (ARTX) present Art in a New Place, Theodore Svenningsen, Tinsley Hammond, Tonan Ruiz, Trek Thunder Kelly, twenty finalists, Venice Art Crawl, Venice arts, Venice Beach artists, Venice community, Venice Stories exhibition, Walter Maciel Gallery, Watch for people walking on all roadways, We Choose Art, We Choose Art | A Feminist Perspective curated by Baha H. Danesh, Why Should We Steal A Cow, Wilding Cran Gallery, Windward Avenue, Womens History Month, youth-created photography|
Here is our FINAL update for the last half of March 2018. Due to the sping holiday (2 of our staff are on vacation), we will be posting the coming month's events on April 2, 2018. We do have Easter dining options