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Benefit Dinner April 21 at 18th Street Arts Center

18th Street Arts Center, a vibrant artist residency and community resource for public engagement in the heart of Santa Monica celebrates its 24th year with its Annual Benefit Dinner on Saturday, April 21, 2012. Hosted on 18th Street's campus, the intimate dinner joins friends together in celebration of 18th Street's many successes as an internationally recognized creative community
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18th Street Arts Center’s April ArtNight

Join us on April 14, 2012 from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm, for 18th Street Arts Center's popular ArtNight celebrating the vibrancy of the creative process, and featuring an opening reception for the Alliance of Artists Communities' Visions from the New California exhibition showcasing artists from across the state.
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Collaboration Labs

IMMEDIATE RELEASE VENUE ADDRESS: 1639 18th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404 CONTACT: crystal nelson or Amber Jones PHONE: 310-453-3711 ext. 103 or 108 CONTACT EMAIL: WEBSITE: WWW.18THSTREET.ORG CHARGE: Free HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes CALENDAR / ART Collaboration Labs: Southern California…

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BAM Fest Press Release-August

On Sunday, October 9, 2011 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., 18th Street Arts Center, is bringing its renowned BAM Fest (Beer, Art and Music Festival) to the Westside of L.A. Held in the heart of Santa Monica, BAM Fest is a celebration of locally produced art, music and the finest craft beers around. With 20-plus breweries, 4 bands, 3 galleries, open artist studios, an artist marketplace, gourmet organic food provided by the Green Truck, bold and flavorful authentic Mexican dishes by the Border Grill Truck and sublime banh mi and Vietnamese tacos from the Nom Nom Truck, BAM Fest 2011 is poised to draw a fun crowd in its second year as Santa Monica’s ‘hoppiest’ annual event.
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ArtNight_June 18

18th Street Arts Center throws its highly-anticipated Summer ArtNight featuring the opening receptions for Jerri Allyn’s and Inez S. Bush’s Debating Through the Arts: Exhibition & Performance 3 project and York Chang’s second life project; accompanied by a guest performance from the Tijuana-based visual/audio arts collective, Los Roor, on 18th Street’s outdoor stage.
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