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Bike Exhibits Opening June 4 (tags)
NELA Bikes! Art meets human powered transport for a sustainable city: June 4 – 26 NELA Bikes! is a month-long series of events being planned in Northeast LA to celebrate bike culture and inspire people to get out of their cars and ride. It’s being organized in conjunction with Bike Summer 2005, a city wide bicycle extravaganza that comes to Los Angeles this June after being hosted by seven other cities around the US and Canada.
Photos from October Surprise Opening Party (tags)
October Surprise releases creative anarchy throughout Highland Park! Find out more here: http://www.theoctobersurprise.org , or call 323-449-9019
October Surprise: Creative Interventions and Underground Politics in NE LA (tags)
October Surprise: Creative Interventions and Underground Politics in Northeast Los Angeles, October 8-11 2004
The October Surprise (tags)
When the Organizing Committee of the October Surprise went fishing in the Arroyo this summer, we weren't sure what we'd find - so we asked for everything.
Contemporary Art of Cuba (tags)
Although Cuba is a small island nation, it has a cultural breadth of character immense for its size. Our panel discussion, “Contemporary Art of Cuba” will touch on how and why contemporary Cuban art achieved international status, and who are some of the rising art stars.
ART & ACTIVISM OPEN DIALOG (tags)
An open dialogue supporting the exhibition: "Invisible... From Angel Island To The Underground Economy" Saturday, January 26, 2002, from 7 pm to 9 pm, at The Avenue 50 Studio.
ART AGAINST SWEATSHOPS! (tags)
Mark your calendar for this one... and spread the word to all Los Angeles Artists and Labor Activists! Avenue 50 Studio in L.A. will be presenting an important Art Exhibition on Immigration, Exploitation, and Sweatshop Labor. The Exhibit Reception takes place on Saturday Jan. 12th. Listings of other Cultural events can be found on the ART FOR A CHANGE Website.
ART FOR A CHANGE - Prison Art (tags)
Prison Art Exhibition to open December 8th in Highland Park Gallery
Co-fournder of Self-Help Graphics Dies (tags)
Only three years after the death of Self-Help Graphics' founder, Sister Karen Boccalero, Mazatlan artist Carlos Bueno died Saturday of heart failure at the age of 60. Born in Cuernavaca, Mexico, Carlos Bueno moved to Los Angeles in the late 1960's with a vision for Mexican-American culture. In the 1 970's, Carlos organized Self-Help Graphics' Barrio Mobile Arts Studio, bringing a van loaded with art supplies to parks, community centers and the housing projects of East L.A.