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April 9, 10, 2022: The Brewery Artwalk is Back After Two Years!

2022-11-21T06:49:03+00:00By |Past Events|

On April 9, and 10, 2022, the Brewery ArtWalk is back and celebrating the 40th Year of the Brewery Artist Lofts! It’s been two years since the event…so it’s a great time to support Los Angeles artists. The artwalk is free

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Running thru December 22, 2021: Paramount Drive In Theatres 

2021-12-25T15:26:33+00:00By |Past Events|

Paramount Drive In Theatres continue to offer top-notch flicks. The run keeps extending...so be sure to check back. Be aware ticket prices, and dates may change. Movies that have been screened are Tom & Jerry, The Little Things, Raya and the

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December 5, 2021: Skirball Cultural Center, Hanukkah Festival

2021-12-06T16:08:29+00:00By |Past Events|

Let there be light! Join Skirball Cultural Center for an afternoon and evening of music, storytelling, art-making, and celebration. Move to the grooves of Dublab DJ Callie Ryan, folk troubadours Zingarella, and klezmer group Yale Strom and Hot Pstromi. Watch Skirball Storytellers recount

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Extended thru November 20, 2021: Galerie XII Los Angeles, Margaret Lansink

2021-11-21T05:27:51+00:00By |Past Events|

This is a GORGEOUS SHOW -  a MUST SEE LAArtParty Pick!!! Galerie XII Los Angeles is pleased to present “On the mend – Bodymaps,” the first solo exhibition of Dutch artist Margaret Lansink in Los Angeles. After receiving fabulous success in

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On View thru August 28, 2021: Kayne Griffin, Kiki Kogelnik, Rosha Yaghmai

2021-08-29T19:03:56+00:00By |Past Events|

Kayne Griffin presents two new exhibitions…”Falling” by Kiki Kogelnik, and Rosha Yaghmai’s “AfterImages.” The gallery hosted an in-person opening reception on July 10, 2021. Be sure to contact the gallery through August 28 to view the show, if you missed it.

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On View thru August 28, 2021: Shoshana Wayne Gallery, “Above & Below”

2021-08-29T19:02:19+00:00By |Past Events|

On June 15, 2021, Shoshana Wayne Gallery debuts “Above & Below,” an exhibition of work by 12 artists working with fabric, cloth, beads and woven materials. The exhibition opens by appointment to visitors June 15, and runs through August 28, 2021.

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On view thru August 20, 2021: Walter Maciel Gallery, Andy Kolar

2021-08-22T20:17:58+00:00By |Past Events|

Walter Maciel Gallery is pleased to present “Head in the Clouds/Left Hanging” by Los Angeles artist, Andy Kolar. The exhibition consists of abstract paintings and sculpture marking Kolar’s third solo show with the gallery. Andy Kolar, Head in the Clouds/Left Hanging; Image Courtesy

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On view thru August 14, 2021: Lowell Ryan Projects, Robert Lazzarini’

2021-08-16T03:49:47+00:00By |Past Events|

Lowell Ryan Projects is pleased to present an exhibition of Robert Lazzarini’s most recent paintings titled “Rated R for violence” curated by Emma Frank. Lazzarini's paintings are based upon the ubiquitous red title cards seen prior to movie previews. Indicating “appropriate for

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On View thru August 14, 2021: Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, New Exhibitions

2021-08-16T03:48:33+00:00By |Past Events|

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles celebrates artists Carlson Hatton, Lia Halloran, and Susan Silton. The gallery hosted an in-person reception on June 26, 2021. If you missed the opening, the exhibition runs through August 14, 2021. Appointments are optional and may

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