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Reconfigured Downtown Culver City Is Safe And Thriving

Reconfigured Downtown Culver City Is Safe And Thriving

With its wonderful mix of historic buildings, boutiques, theaters, galleries and restaurants, Downtown Culver City has long been one of Southern California’s most charming neighborhoods. Now, the area has been reconfigured to ensure that it is also one of the safest and most successful, both during the pandemic and after. With indoor restaurants shuttered, many cities and neighborhoods have temporarily extended patio dining to sidewalks and parking areas. Culver City’s Downtown Business Association has taken it one step further,…

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LA Intersections Part 2

STREAM LA Intersections Part 2 – #TheBroadFromHome

Return to The Broad virtually with part two of L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement, a three-part video series that brings more than a dozen performances inside the museum. Watch and listen as Los Angeles-based artist Georgia Anne Muldrow performs uniquely tailored songs and compositions; Luis J. Rodriguez delivers powerful poetic verse; and Jermaine Spivey & Spenser Theberge and Rosanna Tavarez perform site-specific dance works. More Work From LA Creatives On Our Arts & Entertainment Page!

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Watch- Artists On Art—Analia Saban On Sol LeWitt And Frederick Hammersley

WATCH Artists on Art — Analia Saban on Sol LeWitt and Frederick Hammersley

Analia Saban’s work uses medium as the subject. She challenges traditional art categorizations, experimenting with technology and technique to dissect structure and explore the process of art-making. For Artists on Art, Saban chose artwork by Sol LeWitt and Frederick Hammersley from LACMA's Prints & Drawings collection. More Work From LA Creatives On Our Arts & Entertainment Page!

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Getty News : Getty Goes Virtual with a Full Slate of Free Fall Programming

Getty News Virtual Events Fall 2020 Niños detenidos: LA Artists Respond to the Policy of Family Separation Thursday, October 1, 1:00-2:30 p.m. PT The program will screen the film La Historia de Mateo (2019, 23 minutes), which follows a family's journey as they flee Central America to the US. Artists rafa esparza, Sandy Rodriguez, and Gala Porras-Kim (current GRI artist-in-residence) will join the film maker in conversation following the screening.

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Lost Notes Season Three – This Album Saved 1980 Presented By KCRW

Lost Notes Season Three – This Album Saved 1980 Presented By KCRW

KCRW's Lost Notes Season Three presents: This Album Saved 1980 Thursday, October 1st, 2020, at 7PM PDT RSVP HERE To celebrate the release of Lost Notes Season Three, join us for an epic conversation about the albums that made a forever stamp on 1980. KCRW's Lost Notes Season Three is all about 1980 — a monumental year in popular music with its immense losses, revolutions, redefinitions and reformations. The decade stumbled into its own brilliance…

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L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement Debuts Online

L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement Debuts Online

Return to The Broad virtually with a new video series celebrating a diverse and vibrant array of Los Angeles-based musicians, poets, and dancers. LA Intersections: Music, Language, Movement is a three-part series that brings performance into the galleries and other public spaces of the museum. In Part 1, be inspired as San Cha ft. Mx. Matías and serpentwithfeet perform uniquely tailored songs and compositions; Shonda Buchanan delivers her uplifting poem celebrating L.A.; and Mike Tyus…

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Deep Connections Photo Exhibition On Display In Union Station

Deep Connections Photo Exhibition On Display In Union Station

Powerful Images by Artist Ken Karagozian Document Nearly 30 Years of Metro Subway Construction “Deep Connections,” a new photo exhibition featuring the otherworldly black and white images of artist Ken Karagozian, is now on display in the Passageway Art Gallery. For the first time ever, Gallery images will also be accessible online. Karagozian’s intimate photographs chronicle a unique view of Los Angeles through the documentation of Metro subway construction over the last three decades. His…

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Lost Notes Season 3 – Music Documentary Podcast Presented By KCRW

Lost Notes Season 3 – Music Documentary Podcast Presented By KCRW

KCRW announces today details of the third season of the critically acclaimed music documentary podcast Lost Notes. Season three, Lost Notes: 1980, explores the brilliant, awkward and sometimes heartbreaking opening to a monumental decade in popular music. Hosted by celebrated poet and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib, all episodes of Lost Notes: 1980 will be released simultaneously on Thursday, September 24. In 1980, the horizon was bursting with possibility. The Voyager 1 had confirmed a new…

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Curiosityness Podcast Features Griffith Park Deputy Director Mark Pine

In a recent episode of the Curiosityness Podcast host Travis DeRose interviews Griffith Park Observatory Deputy Director, Mark Pine. Wether you live in LA or not, if haven't been to the Griffith Observatory, this episode will  definitely make you want to go! Mark Pine shares the history of the park's construction and renovations along with how the structure has gained in popularity and appreciation over the years. Tune in to hear who Griffith J. Griffith…

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