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Frank Lloyd Gallery and Craig Krull Gallery are pleased to invite you to join us \;Saturday\, Novembe r 8th \;for coffee\, donuts\, and a series of artist talks. First\, art ists Hilary Brace and Ann Lofquist will speak at \;10:00 amat the Craig Krull Gallery about their current exhibitions. \;

We&rsquo\ ;ll then move to the Frank Lloyd Gallery at \;10:30 am\, where Akio Tak amori will discuss his new work with curator Jo Lauria. The sculptures in t his show come from a series of works in glass produced by Takamori during h is visiting artist residency at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma\, Washington. To prepare himself for this residency\, the artist studied historical glas s including Roman vases and bottle forms\, as well as Egyptian alabaster sc ulpture.

We appreciate your RSVP\, and hope you&rsquo\;ll be abl e to make it out to Bergamot Station on \;Saturday\, November 8th \ ;to take advantage of this opportunity to hear from these artists in person !

DTEND:20141108T113000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141108T103000 GEO:34.0276049;-118.4678444 LOCATION:Frank Lloyd Gallery\,Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave.\, B5B\nSa nta Monica\, CA 90404 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:An Artist's Talk with Akio Takamori\, Akio Takamori UID:362265 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This exhibition surveys the wo rks of late Los Angeles- based painter Robert Olsen (1969-2014)\, whose uni que and nocturnal palette centered on the nightscape of Los Angeles.

DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141108 GEO:34.064645;-118.169612 LOCATION:Luckman Fine Arts Complex\,Cal State LA 5151 State University Dr.\ nLos Angeles\, CA 90032-8116 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Survey Exhibition\, Robert Olsen UID:362204 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141108T200000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141108T180000 GEO:34.064645;-118.169612 LOCATION:Luckman Fine Arts Complex\,Cal State LA 5151 State University Dr.\ nLos Angeles\, CA 90032-8116 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Survey Exhibition\, Robert Olsen UID:362205 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141025T180000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025T150000 GEO:34.0596767;-118.2894231 LOCATION:Commonwealth and Council\,3006 W 7th St #220\nLos Angeles\, Califo rnia 90005 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Fence Mechanisms (Closing Reception) UID:362203 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141101T180000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141101T150000 GEO:34.0596767;-118.2894231 LOCATION:Commonwealth and Council\,3006 W 7th St #220\nLos Angeles\, Califo rnia 90005 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:watermelons\, no catchies or bouncies (Closing Reception) UID:362202 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Fence Mechanisms\, a new p erformance installation by EJ Hill\, is the first part of a larger body of work that sources early childhood triumphs and traumas (and adult loves and losses) in an attempt to better understand the difference between self-car e and self-defense. This is Hill&rsquo\;s second exhibition with the space.

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EJ Hill is an artist living and work ing in Los Angeles. Recent exhibitions and performances include: Racial Ima ginary\, Nichols Gallery at \;Pitzer College\, Claremont\; David Bell a nd EJ Hill: \;O Captor\, My Captor!\, Grace Exhibition Space\, Brooklyn \; Have At It\, Honor Fraser Gallery\, Los Angeles\; and Signaling Through the Flames\, LA>\;<\;ART/Art Los Angeles Contemporary\, Los Angeles. Hi ll received his MFA from University of California\, Los Angeles and BFA fro m Columbia College Chicago.

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The playground lacks h iding places\; we are dropped off and expected to figure it out. For many o f us\, it is the place where we first realize we are completely on our own\ ; both predator (bullies) and prey (anyone showing any fear) must occupy an d identify this space together\, forming both physical and psychological re lationships amongst each other and with the grounds itself. Some will feel comfort in this environment and thrive\; others will suffer and find contem plative spaces to go\, or inanimate friends&mdash\;a ball\, a rope\, a wall &mdash\;a simple motion that can be repeated for the duration of the stay.< /p>\n

You&rsquo\;ll learn the way your body moves. You&rsquo\;ll learn people are faster than you\, whether you can th row or not\; you may never want to throw anything ever again. You&rsquo\;ll learn that people are terrible to one another\, and some may want to fight you for reasons you won&rsquo\;t understand. We all walk off with differen t ideas of what it means to play.

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We return to the playground as adults and see the hiding spaces that were not supposed to exist and have since lost access too. We return to the place th at left us in an endless pursuit of places to hide.

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&mdash\;David Bell\, 2014

DTEND:20141101 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025 GEO:34.0596767;-118.2894231 LOCATION:Commonwealth and Council\,3006 W 7th St #220\nLos Angeles\, Califo rnia 90005 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Fence Mechanisms\, EJ Hill UID:362198 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141025T230000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025T200000 GEO:34.0596767;-118.2894231 LOCATION:Commonwealth and Council\,3006 W 7th St #220\nLos Angeles\, Califo rnia 90005 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Fence Mechanisms\, EJ Hill UID:362199 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Carmen Argote&rsquo\;s work an d process reveal a duality at play between sites\, or between histories\, o ften having to do with movement between places\, transplantation\, and adap tation. Painting for an exterior wall (2014) is a 6 by 7 feet of stretched canvas that mirrors the same color and painted lines of the handball courts in LAUSD elementary schools. Made mobile\, this court can freely move betw een districts and neighborhoods\, becoming a site of transference and muscl e memory. Repeat actions mark the surface of the painting like bruises from dirt on a rosy pink handball that resembles an old eraser.

Ca rmen Argote (b. 1981 in Guadalajara\, Mexico) is a Los Angeles-based artist who has lived in and around the downtown area most of her life. \;She received her MFA from University of California\, Los Angeles in 2007 and wa s an artist-in-residence at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2009. In 2010\, she created a dual-site-specific exhibition that took pl ace at her childhood home in Pico Union and Gallery G727. Upcoming exhibiti ons include: a solo exhibition at Human Resources\, Los Angeles in November 2014\; a dual-site-project at MAK Center for Art and Architecture and High Desert Test Sites in April 2015\; and an MTA commission for the future Met ro Expo Line station at 17th and Colorado in Santa Monica in early 2016.&nb sp\;

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The playground lacks hiding places\; we are d ropped off and expected to figure it out. For many of us\, it is the place where we first realize we are completely on our own\; both predator (bullie s) and prey (anyone showing any fear) must occupy and identify this space t ogether\, forming both physical and psychological relationships amongst eac h other and with the grounds itself. Some will feel comfort in this environ ment and thrive\; others will suffer and find contemplative spaces to go\, or inanimate friends&mdash\;a ball\, a rope\, a wall&mdash\;a simple motion that can be repeated for the duration of the stay.

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You&rsquo\;ll learn the way your body moves. You&rsquo\;ll l earn people are faster than you\, whether you can throw or not\; you may ne ver want to throw anything ever again. You&rsquo\;ll learn that people are terrible to one another\, and some may want to fight you for reasons you wo n&rsquo\;t understand. We all walk off with different ideas of what it mean s to play.

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We return to the playgroun d as adults and see the hiding spaces that were not supposed to exist and h ave since lost access too. We return to the place that left us in an endles s pursuit of places to hide.

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&mdash\; David Bell\, 2014

DTEND:20141101 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025 GEO:34.0596767;-118.2894231 LOCATION:Commonwealth and Council\,3006 W 7th St #220\nLos Angeles\, Califo rnia 90005 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:watermelons\, no catchies or bouncies\, Carmen Argote UID:362196 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141025T230000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025T200000 GEO:34.0596767;-118.2894231 LOCATION:Commonwealth and Council\,3006 W 7th St #220\nLos Angeles\, Califo rnia 90005 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:watermelons\, no catchies or bouncies\, Carmen Argote UID:362197 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

RESE RVE SEATS \;

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DTEND:20141028T210000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141028T200000 GEO:34.025126;-118.381811 LOCATION:Track 16 Gallery\,3571 Hayden Avenue \nCulver City\, CA 90232 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:How to Save a Life UID:362192 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

For vs. Against \;
Matter vs. Anti-Mat ter \;
Models vs. Experience \;
Abstraction vs. the Real& nbsp\;
Potentiality vs. Probability

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Glynn vs. Kasper

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wo seatings: \;
Saturday\, November 1st 8pm \;
Sunda y\, November 2nd 5pm

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RSVP to&nb sp\;lists@redling fineart.com \;
seating limited

DTEND:20141101T220000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141101T200000 GEO:34.0907255;-118.3378115 LOCATION:Redling Fine Art\,6757 Santa Monica Blvd. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90038 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:cosmo[il]logical I (November 1)\, Dawn Kasper\, Liz Glynn UID:362190 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

For vs. Against \;
Matter vs. Anti-Mat ter \;
Models vs. Experience \;
Abstraction vs. the Real& nbsp\;
Potentiality vs. Probability

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Glynn vs. Kasper

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wo seatings: \;
Saturday\, November 1st 8pm \;
Sunda y\, November 2nd 5pm

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RSVP to&nb sp\;lists@redling fineart.com \;
seating limited

DTEND:20141102T190000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141102T170000 GEO:34.0907255;-118.3378115 LOCATION:Redling Fine Art\,6757 Santa Monica Blvd. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90038 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:cosmo[il]logical I (November 2)\, Dawn Kasper\, Liz Glynn UID:362189 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Dana Louise Kirkpatrick (b. 1976\, Cam bridge\, Massachusetts) is an artist gaining rapid renown for her bold\, la rge-scale artworks in mixed media. Her work references elements of Modern a rt\, in particular German and Neo-Expressionism. She grapples with the dich otomies and contradictions embedded in contemporary Western culture\, relig ion and humanity\, using forceful iconography and a highly expressive techn ique.

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Raised in Washington DC\, Kirkpatrick was educated privately but lived on the fringes\, struggling to stay in school and at one point be coming homeless. She went on to study Fine Arts at Georgetown University\, graduating with honors in 2001. Here she received the DaVinci Medal for Exc ellence in Studio Art and the Misty Dailey Award for Outstanding Work in St udio Art.

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Kirkpatrick creates expressive large-scale drawings and p aintings that command immediate attention. Classically trained her oeuvre d raws on the annals of art history. Art giants Picasso\, De Kooning\, and Ba squiat live

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most fervently in Kirkpatrick&rsquo\;s work\, and in so doing she creates a vehicle for not only preserving their memories\, but a lso breathing them new life. Her own milieu\, living in New York City and L os Angeles in the twenty-first century\, both continues and updates their n arrative\, contributing to a visceral documentation of modern humankind and our culture.

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Kirkpatrick&rsquo\;s work is in a large number of pri vate collections\, including Anthony Kiedis\, Flea\, Justin Timberlake\, To ny Hawk\, Tim Armstrong\, Gina Bellman\, Gabrielle Fialkoff and Timothy Hut ton\, Tony Hawk\, Producer Stephen Nemeth\, Dana White\, Lyndley and Samuel Schwab\, director/producer James D. Stern and Cyril Aouizerate.

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He r recent showing at Art Miami 2013 sold out to several important collection s including the personal collection of esteemed collector Jorge M. Perez of the Perez Museum and restaurant critic and music producer Steve Plotnicki and his wife Linda.

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The artist currently lives and works between Ne w York City and Los Angeles. She has trained at The Art Students League of New York and also consults for the Silverlake Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles. She has donated work to many charity auctions for organizations su ch as the Rema Hort Mann Foundation\, Silverlake Conservatory of Music\, Th e MusiCares and GRAMMY Foundation\, Surfers Healing and the Tony Hawk Chari table Foundation. \;

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DTEND:20150117 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141108 GEO:34.0856726;-118.3764322 LOCATION:KM Fine Arts\,814 N. LaCienega \nLos Angeles\, CA 90069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Zugzwang | Dana Louise Kirkpatrick\, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick UID:362155 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141108T220000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141108T190000 GEO:34.0856726;-118.3764322 LOCATION:KM Fine Arts\,814 N. LaCienega \nLos Angeles\, CA 90069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Zugzwang | Dana Louise Kirkpatrick\, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick UID:362156 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Sunday\, November 23\, 2014\, 7:30pm

\n< p>Los Angeles Filmforum presents
Jesse McLean: The Message is the Medium
At the Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian\, 6712 Hollywood Blvd.\ , Los Angeles\, CA 90028

Jesse McLean in person from Iowa City\, Iowa!
Los Angeles premieres!

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Filmforum is thril led to host Iowa-based filmmaker Jesse McLean for her first solo screening in Los Angeles. McLean&rsquo\;s work explores the complexities of mediated human behavior and interaction as well as the confounding\, often exaggerat ed emotions that accompany these experiences. Employing appropriated home m ovies\, internet videos\, television shows\, and archival materials\, McLea n redefines our interchange with various forms of media. Through expert use of collage\, each of McLean&rsquo\;s videos subtly question viewers&rsquo\ ; associations with the information we consume daily while reimagining a wo rld in which everyday media tropes are hijacked and transformed. Join us fo r a survey of McLean&rsquo\;s work wrought with emotional twists and turns\ , querying our relationships to each other\, to ourselves\, and to the medi ated material world that defines us. \;

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&ldquo\;[Jesse McLean&r squo\;s] films ask her audience to see themselves as active participants in the media they consume and not just as passive voyeurs.&rdquo\; &ndash\; U nderground Film Journal

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&ldquo\;Her pieces resonate emotionally in surprising ways as she goes about seeking some chord that rings true to our collective experience.&rdquo\; &ndash\; Pamela Cohn\, BOMB Magazine
http://bombmagazine.org/article/1000167/jesse-mclean

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Jesse M cLean Interview with Kent Lambert: http://jessemclean.com/biblio/interview- with-kent-lambert/

Tickets: $10 general admission\; $6 student s (with ID)/seniors\; free for Filmforum members.
Tickets available in advance at: http://bpt.me/ 906810
For more event information: www.lafilmforum.org\, or 323.377.7238

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Screening:
The Eternal Quarter Inch
(2008\, video\, 9 mins.) &n bsp\;Los Angeles premiere!
Rising fundamentalism and a gover nment that cites faith to defend war actions have helped grow a desperate s ociety. Dipping between ecstasy and despair\, transcendence and absurdity\, this movie journeys to a hidden space where you can lose your way\, lose y ourself in the moment\, lose your faith in a belief system. An exhausted an d expectant crowd waits on this narrow span. It is not a wide stretch\, but it can last forever. (JM)

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Magic for Beginners (2010\, video\, 20 mins.) Los Angeles premiere!
Magic for Beginners examines the mythologies found in fan culture\, \ ;from longing to obsession to psychic connections. The need for such \; connections (whether real or imaginary) as well as the need for an \;em otional release that only fantasy can deliver are explored. (JM)

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Just Like Us (2013\, video\, 15 mins.) Los Angeles premiere!
A familiar landscape comprised of box stor es and parking lots proves a rich site for longing\, intimacy\, and radical change. Celebrities are observed in this environment and are reduced to or dinary beings in the process. An enigmatic protagonist reveals little momen ts of subjectivity that escape into the piece like a contaminant\, rupturin g the view and evidencing the paradox of connection and belonging within sy stems that simultaneously contain us and comprise us. (JM)

Remote
(2011\, video\, 12 mins.) Los Angeles premiere!
There is a presence lingering in the dark woods\, just under the surface of a placid lake and at the end of dreary basement corridor. It&rsquo\;s not easy to locate because it&rsquo\;s outside but al so inside. It doesn&rsquo\;t just crawl in on your wires because it&rsquo\; s not a thing. It&rsquo\;s a shocking eruption of electrical energy. (JM)
The Invisible World
(2012\, v ideo\, 21 mins.) Los Angeles premiere!
A deceased hoarder\, reconstituted through technology\, recounts a difficult childhood as inhabi tants of a virtual world struggle to reconcile materialistic tendencies. A scientist leads an effort to understand the passage of time\, but the data is unreliable. The question remains\, what happens to our things after we a re gone?

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The present world is packed with objec ts that evidence human productivity\, yet the desire to possess things rema ins somewhat mysterious. Lifeless objects become imbued with emotional sign ificance\, and possessions linked with personal identities\, even as these objects bear a cool and distant witness to human struggles. The rapidly arr iving future portends an intangible new world of virtual experience. How wi ll we relate our materialist tendencies in this new world of immateriality?

Jesse McLean is a media artist whose researc h is motivated by a deep curiosity about human behavior and relationships\, and is concerned with both the power and the failure of the mediated exper ience to bring people together. She has presented her work at museums\, gal leries\, and film festivals worldwide\, including the International Film Fe stival Rotterdam\, The Netherlands\; Rome Film Festival\, Italy\, Venice Fi lm Festival\, both Italy\; Transmediale\, Berlin\; 25 FPS Festival\, Zagreb \, Croatia\; European Media Arts Festival\, Osnabrü\;ck\, Germany\; Imp akt\, Utrecht\, The Netherlands\; CPH:DOX\, Copenhagen\; Images Festival\; Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival\, Kassel\, Germany\; Garage Cent er for Contemporary Culture\, Moscow\; BIOS\, Athens\, Greece\; \; CCCB \, Barcelona\, Spain\; Contemporary Art Museum\, St. Louis\; Interstate Pro jects\, PPOW Gallery\, both New York\; Museum of Contemporary Art\, Detroit \; Gallery 400\, Three Walls\, both Chicago\; Museum of Contemporary Photog raphy\, Chicago. She was the recipient of a Jury Prize (First Prize) in the International Competition at the 2013 Videoex Festival\, Zü\;rich\, Sw itzerland\, received the Ghostly Award for Best Sound Design at the 2012 An n Arbor Film Festival\, and the Overkill Award at the 2011 Images Festival and the Barbara Aronofsky Latham Award for Emerging Experimental Video Arti st at the 2010 Ann Arbor Film Festival. \; More at http://jessemclean.c om/
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This program is suppor ted by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission\; the Department of Cultural Affairs\, City of Los A ngeles\; and the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts. Additional support ge nerously provided by American Cinematheque. We also depend on our members\, ticket buyers\, and individual donors.

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Los Angeles Filmforum is th e city&rsquo\;s longest-running organization screening experimental and ava nt-garde film and video art\, documentaries\, and experimental animation. 2 014 is our 39th year.

DTEND:20141123T220000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141123T193000 GEO:34.101418;-118.336595 LOCATION:Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian\,6712 Hollywood Blvd. \nLos Ange les\, CA 90028 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Jesse McLean: The Message is the Medium\, Jesse McLean UID:362134 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

At least twelve contri butors \;will be joining \;Tom Neely  \;at the closing party for \;Henry and Glenn Forever and Ev er \;on \;Sunday\, November 2nd from 3-6 PM. It's you r last chance to catch the exhibition of the irreverently amorous adventure s of Punk Rock's favorite couple\, and to get a baker's dozen signatures on your collection. \;

DTEND:20141102T180000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141102T150000 GEO:34.100466;-118.28998 LOCATION:La Luz de Jesus Gallery\,4633 Hollywood Blvd. \nLos Angeles\, CA 9 0027 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:'Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever' Closing Party UID:362046 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Building upon an ongoing proje ct\, Disposable is a tribute to a period in time when people shuffled throu gh and held photos in their hands. This exhibition shares it's allegiance t o 90's era values and serves as an homage to the disposable camera and 1 ho ur photo processing experience. Disposable is a subtle nod to a generation that preceded the current shift in photography's direction and calls upon t hose who have had their hand in this process of picture taking and photo co llecting. Bringing it back to when curiosity and chance were directly invol ved in the act the photo making.

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With support from: House Beer\, Heel Bruise\, Huf \, and Us Versus Them
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DTEND:20141101 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025 GEO:34.0907059;-118.3621338 LOCATION:New Image Art Gallery\,7920 Santa Monica Blvd. \nWest Hollywood\, CA 90046 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Disposable: A Photo Show\, Atiba Jefferson\, Estevan Oriol\, Keith Hufnagel\, Haroshi\, Any Frederick\, Graham Nystrom\, Morgnar\, Teebs\, Wil l Nichols\, John Cardiel\, Rob G\, Robbie Jeffers\, Posdnuos\, Skypage\, Ro b-Jest UID:362044 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141025T220000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141025T180000 GEO:34.0907059;-118.3621338 LOCATION:New Image Art Gallery\,7920 Santa Monica Blvd. \nWest Hollywood\, CA 90046 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Disposable: A Photo Show\, John Cardiel\, Any Frederick\, Rob G\, H aroshi\, Keith Hufnagel\, Robbie Jeffers\, Atiba Jefferson\, Morgnar\, Will Nichols\, Graham Nystrom\, Estevan Oriol\, Posdnuos\, Rob-Jest\, Skypage\, Teebs UID:362045 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

An exhibition featuring work b y UCLA Department of Art MFA students graduating at the end of the academic year\, including work in ceramics\, interdisciplinary studio\, new genres\ , painting/drawing\, photography\, and sculpture. Curated by Christine Robi nson.

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(Closed Tues\, Nov 11\, Veteran s Day)

DTEND:20141120 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141106 GEO:34.075692;-118.4411339 LOCATION:UCLA New Wight Gallery\,1100 Broad Art Center 240 Charles E. Young Drive\nLos Angeles\, CA 90095 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:MFA 2015 Exhibition\, Elizabeth Conn-Hollyn\, Carla Jay Harris\, CJ Heyliger\, David Kwon\, Catharine Ahearn\, Michael Cataldi\, Abigail Colli ns\, Jonathan Fields\, Calvin Marcus\, Natalia Margulis\, Ross McLain\, Fra nk J. Stockton\, Kim Truong\, Brooks Turner\, Tamara Anne Weller\, Audra Wi st UID:362042 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141106T200000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043048 DTSTART:20141106T170000 GEO:34.075692;-118.4411339 LOCATION:UCLA New Wight Gallery\,1100 Broad Art Center 240 Charles E. Young Drive\nLos Angeles\, CA 90095 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:MFA 2015 Exhibition\, Catharine Ahearn\, Michael Cataldi\, Abigail Collins\, Elizabeth Conn-Hollyn\, Jonathan Fields\, Carla Jay Harris\, CJ H eyliger\, David Kwon\, Calvin Marcus\, Natalia Margulis\, Ross McLain\, Fra nk J. Stockton\, Kim Truong\, Brooks Turner\, Tamara Anne Weller\, Audra Wi st UID:362043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Experience local and student a rtist's hand-crafted ceramic and glass works during the much \;anticipa ted \;Glass &\; Ceramics Show + Sale at \;Grand Central Art Center. Present this coupon at time of purchase to receive 10% off your in-store purchase.*

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*Ca nnot be combined with any other discount. Valid from \;November 1\, 201 4 - January 11\, 2015. \;Must be presented at time of purchase to recei ve discount. \;No cash value.

DTEND:20150111 DTSTAMP:20141026T043049 DTSTART:20141101 GEO:33.7461522;-117.8695317 LOCATION:Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center\,125 N. Broadway \nSa nta Ana\, CA 92701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Glass & Ceramics Show + Sale UID:362040 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141101T220000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043049 DTSTART:20141101T190000 GEO:33.7461522;-117.8695317 LOCATION:Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center\,125 N. Broadway \nSa nta Ana\, CA 92701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Glass & Ceramics Show + Sale UID:362041 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141025T160000 DTSTAMP:20141026T043049 DTSTART:20141025T150000 GEO:34.0714898;-118.3438837 LOCATION:Launch LA - La Brea\,170 S. La Brea Ave.\, 2nd Floor \nLos Angeles \, CA 90036 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Talk with Kirk Pedersen & Shana Nys Dambrot\, Kirk Pedersen UID:362039 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR