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18th Street Arts Center throws a landmark ArtNight for the opening of Collaboration Labs: Southern California Artist s and the Artist Space Movement. Guest curated by Alex Don is and featuring seminal artists and artists groups Rachel Rosenthal\, Barbara T. Smith\, Suzanne L acy/Leslie Labotowitz-Starus\, Electronic Café Internation al and EZTV\, Collaboration Labs is 18th Street’s  contribution to the Getty Foundation’s unprecedented initiative\, Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945-1980. Celebrate the artists who helped make L os Angeles and 18th Street venerable landmarks for conceptual art and avant -garde culture in LA.

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5:30–6 pm VIP PREVIEW RECEPTION 

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6–10 pm INTERNATIONA L VISTING ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS

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6–10 pm OUTDOOR ARTMARKET 

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7–8:15 pm OUTDOOR STAGE: BALI &\; BEYOND Gamelan orchestra

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“This concert is sponsored by Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky.”

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8:30 pm HIGHWAYS PERFORMANCE SPACE: THE ALL STARS OF NONVIOL ET COMMUNICATION\, A blue vaudevillian poem in three parts

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DANGEROUSLY GOOD\, SERIOUSLY CHE AP EATS PROVIDED BY KOMODO FOOD TRUCK

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COMPLIMENTARY COCKTAILS PROVIDED BY IZZE Sparkling Juice\, PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur\, Hpnotiq\, Liqueur\, LunAzul T equila &\; Burnett’s Vodka

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 ArtNight is made possible (in part) by the cultural fundin g initiatives of the City of Santa Monica\, the Santa Monica Arts Commissio n\, Los Angeles County Arts Commission\, National Endowment for the Arts\, the James Irvine Foundation\, the California Community Foundation\, and The Getty Foundation.

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This show is 18th Street’s contrib ution to the Getty Foundations Pacific Standard Time Art in LA 1 945-1980 initiative Collaboration Labs: investigates five artis ts and artists groups that have been central to the alternative artist spac e movement in Southern California since the early 1970s. These makers and c ollectives - Rachel Rosenthal\, Barbara T. Smith\, Suzanne Lacy/Leslie Labo witz-Starus\, Kit Galloway/Sherrie Rabinowitz\, and EZTV - have all been in volved in collaboration within their own work\, as well as with the foundin g of key artist-run spaces in the Los Angeles region.  Through its wealth o f documentation\, video\, photography\, and performance - much of it never before seen - this exhibit traces how these diverse art practices were in d ialogue with the growing movement of independent art spaces throughout the 1970s and 1980s.  

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 For more info rmation on "Collaboration Labs" visit  www.18thstreet.org

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