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  • LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN is an innovative new music series featuring extraordinary ...
  • ... Photo this fall and frequently makes trips to L.A. to see shows and support friends. Yet, he has no plans to uproot from the OC any time soon. "Deanna and I have never thought we would live in one place forever," says Templeton. "I really love Copenhagen. I said ...
  • ... of modern art books introduced him to a departure from curricula typically taught in art school and influenced his own ... his vision of bringing compelling art and challenging shows to a neighborhood setting typically lacking such access. Since its ... schema of African diasporic art. "So often it seems black artists shy away from African inspired art in the same way black ...
  • ... at the time. Inspiration for the title originally arose from a play of words, which the artist's graphic paintings are distinctly ... the Sunset Strip" by Jonathan Monk (2002) that humorously shows only the intersections at Sunset along the route. My personal favorites ...
  • ... river has significantly changed, just watching it evolve from what used to be as kind of a dumpsite for all the businesses along the ... were not sanctioned or mandated to stop dumping. I live right here on the river and I've been walking up there for thirty-four ...
  • ... seeded love of the history of Cannery Row. As he led me from former cannery to former worker’s shack to former whore house, the ... and the club’s residency. The golden days of Cannery Row live  on, in the minds of people like Tim Thomas and Dennis Copeland, and in ...
  • ... quality. The home is a 1920s Craftsman that he bought from a group of hippies that had let it fall into disarray. Now it's his own ... got it. He also has a busy slate. He has two new shows , " Ed Moses: Drawings from the 1960s and 1970s," at the Los ...
  • Preserving not only finished works by L.A. artists but also papers, photographs, and other materials related to the ...   As the Arts and Crafts Movement spread from Great Britain to the United States, Southern California became home to a ...
  • ... here, it's pretty ironic that the solutions on offer from Congress seem so colonial as well. Journalist Ed Morales and ... their Summer Leadership Institute, a training program for artists and organizers held every year in New Orleans. Founded in 1984 by ...
  • Artist Ed Ruscha describes his emotions as he drove to Los Angeles, at the age of 19, from Oklahoma City. Artist Ed Ruscha describes his emotions as he drove to Los Angeles, at the age of 19, from Oklahoma City. ...

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