Join fiber artist Connie Rohman for a one-day hands-on dyeing workshop! Learn how to use mason jars to produce beautiful, organic patterns on fabric. The workshop will cover the basics of mixing dye colors to produce a rainbow set of fabric. Participants will make a set of napkins from this fabric, that can also be re-purposed for sewing and quilting projects. Participants will leave with the knowledge of how to create their own dyeing projects at home.
Center for the Arts Eagle Rock
2225 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Please note: workshop fees are refundable up to 2 weeks prior to start date and are subject to a 20% administrative fee.
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This nearly two-acre private Japanese garden and traditional teahouse opens its doors to the public on a weekly basis. First constructed in the late 1930s and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005, the garden features two ponds, four bridges, and a cascading waterfall, all centered around a Japanese tea house. Fridays and Saturdays, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m., Sundays, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. $12, Register in advance at the website
This solo show by Komla Letsu Phillip is a collective of acrylic canvases painted by the artist in his studio in Ho, Ghana. In his first solo presentation, Komla promotes genuine acceptance of oneself. In a world where we are constantly stimulated, Komla uses his work to express what silence makes him feel. The works depict figures in lively settings with distinctive blue eyes that subliminally signify mental peace.
$19.95 – $24.95
KONTRAPUNKTUS triumphantly returns to Westwood this May 28th with “THE BEGOTTEN SON: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.” This rare, yet scintillating production commemorates the artistry of arguably the most important, yet unheralded composer whose ingenuity ushered in the Classical era of music, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
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A woman flies from the Philippines to America with a one-way ticket and a suitcase full of stories collected from immigrants who came before her—tales of overseas workers, young lovers, and gossipy church ladies; snapshots of undocumented immigrants, millennial princesses, and first-generation Americans. This world-premiere musical gives voices to Filipino immigrants navigating old lives and new beginnings, eight-thousand miles from home. Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m., Saturdays at 2:00 p.m., and Sundays at 5:00 p.m.
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The provocative, smoldering, and urgent discussion continues… What choices remain to stop the systematic murders of Black people in America? Some choices will shock you, or maybe not!