On November 5, and 6, 2022, the Brewery ArtWalk is back with one of the most unique and beloved cultural events in Los Angeles! The fall edition of the artwalk is free (as always) and runs from 11am-6pm on both days. Barbara's
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
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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
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