Liz Ohanesian
Liz Ohanesian

Liz Ohanesian writes about art, pop culture, music and, sometimes, a combination of the three. Her work has appeared in L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine, Hi-Fructose and a number of other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.

Website: beatique.net
Recent Articles
John Wiese Documents Sound with Video
John Wiese Documents Sound with Video
John Wiese often uses silence in his videos as a means to evoke sound, forcing his audience out of the passive listening experience.
Scratching the Surface: Street Art Stars on Museum Walls
Scratching the Surface: Street Art Stars on Museum Walls
ESMoA, a free "art laboratory" in El Segundo, in connection with the Getty Research Institute, is in the midst of "Scratch," a juxtaposition of street art and rare books.
Mr. Bonzai and Keiko Kasai: Thirty Years of Inspiration
Mr. Bonzai and Keiko Kasai: Thirty Years of Inspiration
The couple Mr. Bonzai and Keiko Kasai have been inspiring each other for thirty years. They both have an exhibit opening on June 15 at the Salomon Huerta Studio Gallery.
Inglewood: From 'City of Champions' to City of Artists
Inglewood: From 'City of Champions' to City of Artists
Inglewood has seen an influx of artists in the past few years, turning the former home of the Lakers into a booming arts scene.
Herb Alpert: Musician and Champion of the Arts
Herb Alpert: Musician and Champion of the Arts
The Herb Alpert Award in the Arts, launched by famed trumpet player Herb Alpert and his wife Lani, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. To date, it has given over $6 million in grants.
HM157: Lincoln Heights' Home for Underground Arts
HM157: Lincoln Heights' Home for Underground Arts
HM157 is a Victorian mansion-turned underground art community in Lincoln Heights, striving to create sustainable live/work space.
Urban Fruit Trails to Come to Los Angeles Parks
Urban Fruit Trails to Come to Los Angeles Parks
Artists are working with local communities to transform the neighborhoods surrounding Downtown Los Angeles into a walk-able network of Urban Fruit Trails.
Nathaniel Osollo and Collaboration X
Nathaniel Osollo and Collaboration X
Nathaniel Osollo's "ART Friends," statues that speak through cell phones, encourage the public to engage with his artwork in new technological ways.
What Is The Invocation?
What Is The Invocation?
Obscura Society L.A., a secret society, will hold a social gathering and performance on March 28 where the audience is invited to participate in "The Invocation."
YoungArts L.A. Teaches Teens How to Be Artists
YoungArts L.A. Teaches Teens How to Be Artists
YoungArts L.A is dedicated to furthering the artistic pursuits of some of the most talented teens in the Los Angeles.
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