Category Archives: Art

Performative Pop-Ups Inside Laurie Shapiro’s “Take Me To The Color”

Los Angeles dancer/actress Olivia Mia Orozco brings her Performative Pop-Ups project to “Take Me To The Color,” the seven-room installation by Laurie Shapiro as a virtual exhibit from October 17th thru December 1st, and as a limited in-person experience on October … Continue reading

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Last Call: LA County Community Arts Impact Grant Program

By Casey Lewis The LA County Community Impact Arts Grant Program, also known as CIAG, provides financial support for community cultural arts programming throughout LA County. The grant’s mission is “to advance arts, culture, and creativity throughout Los Angeles County” … Continue reading

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Osceola Refetoff’s “Kinematic Exposure” at Von Lintel Gallery

Wikipedia describes pinhole photography in this manner: “A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens but with a tiny aperture – effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Light from a scene passes through … Continue reading

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The Rundown: The Week in Brief 9/18/2020

The Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest Continues to Rage The Bobcat Fire, which began on September 6th, has now  burned over 50,000 acres and is at 3% containment, continuing to affect the skies and air quality, as far away … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief: 9/11/2020

Halloween is Cancelled — Kinda Sorta LA County has put some measures in place to keep everyone safe and sane this Halloween season. Carnivals, Community Haunted Houses and Parties are banned for 2020. Even if they are held outdoors. Trick-or-treating … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 9/4/20

Painting Missing for 25 Years from LA Gallery Recovered in Pennsylvania A valuable painting by American impressionist artist Robert Spencer that was stolen from an unnamed Los Angeles gallery in 1995 was recently recovered after it was found on exhibit … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 08/28/20

Alpine Village near Torrance may be Designated a Historic Landmark Anyone who grew up in the South Bay will remember Christmas shopping trips to Alpine Village, the largest, drunkenest Oktoberfest in California, their huge weekend swap meets, and 80s punk … Continue reading

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Outfest 2020 Screens “Bloodsisters: Leather, Dykes And Sadomasochism,” with a Live Digital Panel Tonight!

“Pleasure is a priority,” says Tova Sewall in Michelle Handelman’s 1995 documentary, “Bloodsisters: Leather, Dykes And Sadomasochism,” which is now screening virtually as part of OUTFEST 2020. Though not for the faint of heart, the experience of watching Handlemann’s  25 … Continue reading

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Valley Relics Museum Hosts Weekly Open Air Experience

The Valley Relics Museum, which has been preserving the pop culture history of the San Fernando Valley since 2013, has announced a weekly open air experience for guests beginning this Friday, August 21, 2020. The museum, which is located in … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 8/21/2020

Saving a Piece of Art History from Demolition The unassuming Sun Cleaners building on Franklin Ave in Los Feliz was once the art studio for Sister Mary Corita, or Corita Kent, from 1960 to 1968. Kent, celebrated as part of … Continue reading

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