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August Art Column

August Art Column

    By Jeff Davis Peter Alexander’s “Sculpture 1966 – 2016: A Career Survey” is on exhibit through Sept.  2 at the Parrasch Heijnen Gallery (1326 A. Boyle Ave., Los…

Monthly Art Column (7/21/16 Issue)

Monthly Art Column (7/21/16 Issue)

  By Jeff Davis Michael Sistig’s first solo painting and sculpture exhibition in the US, “MATTER,” is on exhibit at the El Segundo Museum of Art (ESMOA) and runs through…

Autry Museum Acquires Works of Harry Fonseca

Autry Museum Acquires Works of Harry Fonseca

    The Autry recently announced that it has acquired the estate of renowned Maidu/Portuguese/Hawaiian artist Harry Fonseca (1946-2006). The collection includes over 500 original works of art, as well…

Play Review: ‘Tennessee Williams UnScripted’

Play Review: ‘Tennessee Williams UnScripted’

  By Nathaniel Cayanan Improv has a bad rap – even some of our favorite television shows mock improv as a reduced art-form, where actors talk aimlessly, spewing out self-referential…

Los Angeles PBS Affiliate to Air Film About Language Teachers in Taiwan

Los Angeles PBS Affiliate to Air Film About Language Teachers in Taiwan

      “Taiwan: A Cultural Discovery,” a documentary about 16 Mandarin language teachers traveling to Taiwan to sharpen their teaching skills, will be airing in Los Angeles this spring.…

Monthly Art Column (6/2/16 Issue)

Monthly Art Column (6/2/16 Issue)

    By Jeff Davis Ed Moses@90 is currently on exhibit at the William Turner Gallery in Bergamot Station Arts Center (2525 Michigan Ave., suite E-1, Santa Monica) through June…

Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

    By Roshan Perera Asian Pacific American Heritage month is coming to a close. When most of us think of “Asian-Americans,” we imagine someone who has come from China,…

The New ‘Chinatown’

The New ‘Chinatown’

      By Roshan Perera The name Chinatown conjures up images of pagoda style roofs, Fu Dogs or dragon statues, and bright, vibrant colored buildings lined with paper lanterns.…

Monthly Feature: A Valuable Lesson Learned From Local Hardships

Monthly Feature: A Valuable Lesson Learned From Local Hardships

      By Roshan Perera Asian-Pacific American heritage month celebrates the culture and heritage of Asian Americans, as well as recognizing the contributions that they have made to better…

Monthly Art Column for Feb. 24, 2016

Monthly Art Column for Feb. 24, 2016

  By Jeff Davis The Culver City Arts District, http://culvercityartsdistrict.com , has about 30+ galleries; the majority of which are concentrated along La Cienega Blvd between Venice and Washington Boulevards and…

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