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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture 17m
Book Talk: Lynell George & John Szabo at . George, author of A Handful of Earth, A Handful of Sky: The World of Octavia E. Butler, is joined by City Librarian John F. Szabo about her new book, live on YouTube & FB. Thur, Dec 3, 3:30pm.
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture 18h
Art Pick: Rose Rose-Making Kit Pick-Up at . Dec 11 an install of 100s of red roses—one for each Covid death in the area—opens. But tmrw all are invited to get free🌹kits & be part of it. Thur, Dec 3, 11:30am–4.
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ESMoA Dec 1
The 2020 ESMoA Video Art + Film Festival is back and the screening of the official selection starts today! This year, due to the pandemic, we are bringing the festival online. Wherever you are, you’ll be able to enjoy this year's official selection from the comfort of your home!
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture 21h
Event Pick: Incurable Nostalgia Dinner Party w Nung-Hsin Hu at . For a virtual opening guests exchange recipes in advance & prepare at home for a talk exploring the taste and smell of nostalgia. RSVP for recipes. Thur, Dec 3, 5-6pm; free. 🥘
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture 23h
Arts Calendar: Dec 3-6. You guys, it’s pretty much time to go back inside. Except for a few by-appt galleries, most of this art, dance, conversation & film happens online—something we should probably get used to anew. Fortunately creatives have us covered.
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LA Press Club Dec 2
We invite you to apply for the FOOT IN THE DOOR Fellowship! Deadline is December 7 comes with a $500 stipend. More info:
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UCR ARTS Nov 30
The deadline for artist submissions for "Art in the Plague Year" is on Dec 4! We are interested in what will emerge from this year of plague, protest, and reappraisal, and that is the subject of this virtual exhibition. For more info and to submit visit .
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The Broad Dec 1
Drawing inspiration from a line in poet and activist Pat Parker’s poem, “[Boots are being polished],” The Broad’s commemoration looks to the painful past of HIV/AIDS and the impact of the pandemic on activism and art.
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LA PovertyDepartment Nov 30
Vijay Gupta and Kronos quartet with LA Poverty Dept. Streaming for free until the end of this week. From the Skid Row community Walk The Talk archive ,
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture Dec 1
. presents Bookseller’s Holiday: World AIDS Day/Day With(out) Art Edition. Books on the late artists David Wojnarowicz and Carlos Almaraz help us remember what we've lost, and at a particularly resonant moment.
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Amplifier Nov 30
Check out our live map of murals to visit & activate the art in your home city! We have installations across California that you can visit to activate art from our new Cannabis Justice campaign in partnership with & .
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LA Dept of Cultural Affairs Nov 30
Opportunity for artists from a DCA-grantee: open call for the second iteration of LANDxAIR, Artist in Residence Program. residency promotes site-specific inquiry and public engagement for LA-based artists. 🔗 to apply:
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture Nov 30
: Marisabel Bazan. An L.A.-based interdisciplinary painter, muralist, sculptor and installation artist hailing from Panama, Bazan’s love of vibrant color & richly layered abstract expressionism animates her signature butterfly motifs.🦋
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture Nov 29
ART: Olivia D’Orazi: Golden State of Mind online exhibition at Open Mind Art Space. A new series of photo-based work combines human imagination and emotion with nature’s majesty. Online thru Dec 4.
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture Nov 28
OPERA: The Anonymous Lover at . A 1780 chamber opera by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a pioneering Black composer & contemporary of Mozart, this romcom tells of a beautiful young widow disillusioned with love. Free thru Sun, Nov 29.
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Art Share LA Nov 13
New Adult Coloring Book just launched through Lulu. Proceeds go to @midnightmissionand Works by and MORE!!
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Artbook @ H&W LA Nov 28
Visit our Bookshop shop this weekend and enjoy FREE SHIPPING and gift wrapping with cards and custom messages! Just select “this is a gift” during checkout All sales made through Bookshop help support independent bookstores like us!
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L.A. Weekly Arts & Culture Nov 28
OPERA: The Anonymous Lover at . A 1780 chamber opera by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a pioneering Black composer & contemporary of Mozart, this romcom tells of a beautiful young widow disillusioned with love. Free thru Sun, Nov 29.
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LA Dept of Cultural Affairs Nov 28
The Art of Wellbeing by South Central LA artists. A collection of works that remind us that COVID-19 safety is more important than ever. Commissioned through the City's Emergency Management Dept., DCA & LA Commons. 🎨 Moses X. Ball () Save Our Elders 2017 & 2020
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