Arts organization Create:Fixate (C:F) presents Branching Out on Saturday, November 7, 2015. C:F will also be branching out into a new location, holding this installment of the highly anticipated ongoing event series at Werkartz, a new multidisciplinary arts complex in LA’s Chinatown. For over a decade, C:F has established its unique signature blend of presenting vibrant visual art and music in an immersive cultural experience. These one-night-only events feature top emerging talent from around the globe, with an emphasis on the local talent of Los Angeles. Find Your Grind Foundation is a major supporter of the event. The excitement begins at 4:00pm with a three-hour gallery preview. The main event starts at 7:00pm and closes at 1:30am. Read the rest of this entry »
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In response to the impending Carmageddon II, a growing alliance of LA-based artists and arts organizations have united with community leaders to create ARTmageddon, a two-day citywide celebration of the prolific and inspiring art happening all over Los Angeles on Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30, 2012. ARTmageddon centers on a simple idea… Encourage all of Los Angeles to walk, bike and Metro to art in their neighborhoods! In order to offer Los Angeles residents a user-friendly resource where they can discover all the great events happening on September 29th & 30th, the team behind ARTmageddon created www.ARTmageddonLA.com.
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