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Music acts headline 24th Street Theatre's free, 'Dia de los Muertos' block party on Nov. 2 Music and dance, rides, food and craft vendors and more

Celebrate the joyous tradition of Mexico's most famous holiday with 24th Street Theatre's annual Dia de los Muertos block party, headlined this year by three top music acts: singer Angel Peaches with...

 

Open Fist presents L.A. premiere of powerful, poignant 'Anatomy of Gray' by Jim Leonard

A funny, touching and newly relevant coming-of-age story by award-winning playwright (The Diviners) and television producer (Ray Donovan, Major Crimes, Dexter) Jim Leonard will finally receive its...

 

A Noise Within's beloved 'Christmas Carol' signals start of holiday season on Dec. 3

Universally acclaimed for its innovative staging, whimsical costumes, original music and boundless good cheer, the delightfully festive, musically merry stage adaptation by Geoff Elliott of Charles...

 

Ring in the holidays with Theatricum Botanicum's 2nd annual 'Holiday Family Faire' on Dec. 10

Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum presents the second annual Holiday Family Faire at its spectacular outdoor venue in Topanga, where carolers and singing madrigals roam the grounds and Theatricum...

 

The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles Presents A Real Boy: The Many Lives of Pinocchio

The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles (IAMLA) presents a new exhibition: A Real Boy: The Many Lives of Pinocchio, which explores the cultural origins, adaptations, and enduring appeal of one of...

 

The True Story of the Man who Saved Humanity from Nuclear Annihilation During a Tipping Point in the Cuban Missile Crisis

The acclaimed concert series Jacaranda continues its quest to inspire audiences with the long-awaited concert premiere of ARKHIPOV, an opera by composer Peter Knell and Stephanie Fleischmann, winner...

 

REVIEW: Animal Farm, George Orwell's Classic Beast Fable Reimagined With Song

Despite the 111-degree temperatures in Pasadena this weekend, the show must go on, and we're glad we braved the heat! The recently opened Animal Farm -the inaugural production of A Noise Within's...

 

Americana in the Park Concert Series at Gandara Park on September Sundays

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (August 9, 2022) - McCabe's Guitar Shop, in partnership with the City of Santa Monica, presents the second annual Americana in the Park concert series in Gandara Park, Sundays in...

 

Americana in the Park, a New Free Concert Series Launches this September and October

The City of Santa Monica is partnering with McCabe's Guitar Shop to present Americana in the Park in Gandara Park, on Sundays between September 19 and October 10 from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. Americana in...

 

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Re-Opens with Summer

@ The Wallis, Celebrating the Return of In-Person Audiences While Maintaining Commitment to Health and Safety of Staff, Artists, And Patrons, Opens with World Premiere Performance of Tevye in New York! Slated for Late June Wallis Annenberg Center...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    Arts    May 12, 2021

We're looking for the Artist in You, Santa Monica: Students (and Others) Contribute to an Online Archive of "The Plague Year" - and Get Put on Public Posters

Paula Goldman is looking for the artist in you, Santa Monica. With a grant from the Art of Recovery, an initiative of Santa Monica Cultural Affairs, Goldman is tasked with the mission of seeking the...

 
 By Rachel Ganz    Arts    March 25, 2021

MASH Gallery Presents Solo Exhibit of ''Overload" by expressionist painter Maggi Hodge

3/20/21: Today Mash Gallery held its indoor/outdoor Opening Reception for the talented painter Maggi Hodge. This solo exhibition runs from March 20- April 24, 2021 There was an outdoor open bar, red...

 

FOLLOWING UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND FOR IMMERSIVE VAN GOGH LOS ANGLES EXHIBIT EXTENDS ITS RUN THRU JANUARY 2022 TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW

After an unprecedented demand, Lighthouse Immersive and Impact Museums announces that it will extend its Los Angeles Immersive Van Gogh exhibition until January 2nd, 2022, at a secret location,...

 

Downtown Santa Monica Celebrates Black History Month with Public Art Installations Created by Black Artists on Third Street Promenade

This February, Downtown Santa Monica, Inc. (DTSM) will recognize and celebrate Black History Month on Third Street Promenade with art installations by local Black artists and a banner program to...

 
 By Tim Tunks    Arts    November 16, 2020

Arts administration isn't brain surgery-it's harder.

Arts administration isn't brain surgery-it's harder. With brain surgery, the person you have to please is happy if they wake up. If they don't wake up, they won't be around to be unhappy. With arts...

 

A Never Ending Sentence

As a child in foster care at 12 years old, I began writing poems. I continued this into my juvenile hall years. I wrote many. I use writing as a form of therapy and expression. Here in prison, when...

 
 By Rachel Ganz    Arts    November 2, 2020

Film Festival's in the Age of Covid: AFI goes Virtual to Present an Amazon Original Film

AFI Festival 2020 presented by Audi opened up with The World Premiere of the Amazon Original Film “ I’m Your Woman’’ starring Emmy Winner Rachel Brosnahan, is directed by Julia Hart and...

 
 By C. Victor    Arts    July 31, 2020

FOR KIDS AT HOME, 18TH STREET ARTS OFFERS NEW SEASON OF BILINGUAL LIVE ONLINE ARTS CLASSES FOCUSING ON IDENTITY AND PLACE

Arts Learning Lab @ Home - Summer 2020 August 5th, 12th, and 19th Wednesdays at 11:30am via ZOOM Free with RSVP - full schedule below and at https://18thstreet.org/arts-learning-lab-home/ Para...

 
 By C. Victor    Arts    July 31, 2020

Getty Villa Presents "The ODDyssey" Co-produced with the Troubadour Theater Company

The Getty Villa presents a virtual theater presentation, The ODDyssey, every Sunday at 3:00 PM PDT on the Getty Museum YouTube channel through August 16. Co-produced by the Getty Museum and the...

 
 By Sabine Ganezer    Arts    July 26, 2020

Even Under the Sea, Jobs are Hard to Come By During a Pandemic

Delilah Demilo is a frustrated songwriter, a college dropout, and a venemous blue-ringed octopus. In The Benthophonicks, my debut comic, she sets off on a journey to find herself as an artist, but...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Arts    July 14, 2020

Venice Art Project Seeks to Kill Demon of White Supremacy, Culturally Appropriate from Jews Along the Way

During a 6-hour event on Sunday at the Venice beach handball courts, a group of regional power-broker women, dubbed "mavens" in the press release, will participate in the creation of two large canvas...

 
 By Sabine Ganezer    Arts    May 12, 2020

What would happen if an Octopus took an Uber, and didn't like the Music on the Radio?

Delilah Demilo is a frustrated songwriter, a college dropout, and a venemous blue-ringed octopus. In The Benthophonicks, my debut comic, she sets off on a journey to find herself as an artist, but...

 
 By Sabine Ganezer    Arts    May 1, 2020

The Benthophonicks: A Cartoon Starring a Christmas Tree Worm and a Venomous Blue-ringed Octopus

Delilah Demilo is a frustrated songwriter, a college dropout, and a venomous blue-ringed octopus. In The Benthophonicks, my debut comic, she sets off on a journey to find herself as an artist, but...

 
 By Rachel Ganz    Arts    February 22, 2020

25th Annual LA Art Show Opening Night Party Hosted by Sofia Vergara

On Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 South Figueroa St, Los Angles Thousands of art enthusiasts came for the Opening Night Party of the 25th annual LA Art...

 
 By Rachel Ganz    Arts    February 8, 2020

Photo LA Opening Night to "Benefit VENICE Arts " on Thursday January 30, 2020

Photo LA 2020 took place at the historic Barker Hanger ,3021 Airport Ave, Santa Monica on Thursday January 30, 2020 6-9 pm honoring Anthony Hernandez & Benefiting VENICE Arts Photographer Anthony...

 

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