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Sue Coe at Overtones
Saturday night October 23, 2004 opening for the art of Sue Coe at Overtones Gallery

Sue Coe is a social/political artist. She creates visual commentaries on current political events and persons in power; on the inhumane treatment of animals and on the victims of AIDS, Apartheid and war. Photos

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In Celebration of the City of West Hollywoods 20th Anniversary Collage Dance Theatre transformed the side of the historic Emser Tile Building into a soaring, vertical stage. Against a background of lush video, dancers in vivid costume scale the buildings elegant, twin fire escapes to reveal the twists and turns of love, its rise and fall, risks and promise. Video by A


Downtown art scene - Chung King Road
Chinatown's Chung King Road has become a center for downtown galleries and the thriving downtown art scene. About a dozen small galleries on Chung King Road mix with local mahjong clubs and gift shops. Rain failed to dampen this Saturdays turnout as hundreds came out to stroll the gallery openings.

Photos: Downtown art scene - Chung King Road



On April 23rd, 2005, the LAPD raided and closed down a political art exhibit at the Transport Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. Artist Mark Vallen reported the details on his web log - www.art-for-a-change.com/blog.The Transport Gallery is seeking assistance in the form of witness testimony from people who where present at the raid. If you have any information regarding the police action, contact the gallery at: info@transportgallery.com ." Full report : / 1 / by More Art Less War


April 23, 2004
Reverend Billy and The Church of Stop Shopping" were in Los Angeles last weekend. What transpired was performance activism both in theatre and on the streets. Specifically, two Retail Interventions took place one at WalMart (4/18) the other at Starbucks (4/19), afterwards stage performances were held at the campuses of Cal State L. A. and Cal State Northridge. The Reverends potent persona easily made converts in the struggle to end corporate dominance and restore indy businesses with a people over things society.

Indymedia Coverage: Billy in Santa Cruz and From the IMC Archives - Buy Nothing Day 2003




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