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“Of Mice And Mixed Media” Feb-15 to March-5 Canoga Park Youth Arts Center. 722 Remmet Avenue Canoga park, 91303 PH 818 346-7099 Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 3pm Mark Volpe, Nadine El Khoury, Rob Jacobs, and Montana Jose An atmospheric interior monologue of color, dreamlike stills of a life lived in childlike animation, postmodern glimpses of a higher plane, and cute, cartoonish mice.The difference between the sublime and the shrewdly adorable is…
Join Nury Martinez, Los Angeles City Council President and Councilwoman, Sixth District; Council President Emeritus Herb J. Wesson, Jr.; and the Los Angeles City Council for the opening of the 2020 African American Heritage Month exhibition, Stand Up: The Art and Politics of Comedy, at the Department of Cultural Affairs’ Henry P. Rio Bridge Gallery in City Hall. The exhibition will honor past African American stand-up comedians and feature current African American comedians of achievement. In addition, local African American…
Bransdall Junior Arts Center Gallery presents “MMXX The Roaring 1920’s-2020” Adult Student Exhibition
2020 Adult Student Exhibition at Barnsdall Junior Arts Center Gallery Artist’s Reception, Friday, February 14, 2020, 6 to 9:00 p.m. Roaring 1920s or 2020 Themed Costumes Encouraged! Sponsored by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs in association with the Barnsdall Art Center Student Advisory Committee
The play takes place in South Philadelphia in March 1959. Billie Holiday is performing in a run-down bar, during one of her last performances before her death in July 1959. She sings, accompanied by Jimmy Powers on the piano, and also tells stories about her life. Purchase tickets online
Each year, the Los Angeles Lantern Festival is presented by the Chinese American Museum and culminates the Lunar New Year celebration. Enjoy the music, dance performances, martial arts, magicians, food trucks, arts and crafts booths, and a spectacular lighted dragon finale.
William Grant Still Arts Center’s 12th Annual African American Composer Series presents Spanish Grease: The Life and Sounds of Willie Bobo, an original exhibition featuring a never before released look into Willie Bobo, his family, and friends such as Mongo Santamaria Armando Peraza, Tito Puente, Richard Pryor, Cal Tjader and many more. An intimate archival experience, featuring family photos, documents, ephemera and discography of the work and life of Willie Bobo with the continuation of his legacy through his son,…
Shouting, moaning, stomping, shuffling & hollering, Reverend Tall Tree returns with his original 21-song blues opera backed by guitar, harmonica, upright bass, and drums. Part concert and part “tent-revival”, Reverend Tall Tree’s Blues Opera by Chris Pierce & Mark Malone, follows the journey of a fictional street preacher, many years ago in the American Deep South. It is a story of love, sorrow, earthy humor, and finally, redemption.
Los Angeles Harbor International Film Festival is non-juried, non-competitive aiming to entertain and educate, showcasing films that reflect the harbor and all it embraces – shipping, commerce, fishing, sailing, water sports, sea life – and the area’s rich ethnic and cultural influences. Check online for film times and ticket prices