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18th Street Continues Its Legacy Theme

18th Street debuts the opening for the final two exhibitions from its Legacy theme, Jerri Allyn and Inez S. Bush’s Debating Through the Arts: Exhibition & Performance 3 project and York Chang’s second life project. These two artists will activate the 18th Street galleries by creating projects that commemorate and pay tribute to California’s influential Contemporary Art Movement
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Andrew Rogers: Time and Space

Australian artist Andrew Rogers announces the first exhibition devoted to the entire Rhythms of Life project, the world’s largest contemporary land art undertaking. From May 7-30, the non-profit arts organization 18th Street Arts Center will present Andrew Rogers: Time and Space, a selection of 68 large-scale photographs of Rogers’s ground-breaking outdoor art project.
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18th Street Celebrates a LEGACY of Contemporary Art

18th Street kicks-off its 2011 Legacy theme with the debut of the exhibitions, Have You Seen My Privacy, by Richard Newton and Outsider Art: Others From Elsewhere Doing Something Altogether Different…Sort of by Vincent Ramos. In the spirit of the Getty Foundation’s sponsored project, *Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945-1980, 18th Street has declared 2011 its “legacy” year.
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Legacy 2011

18th Street Arts Center is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2011 Artist Fellowships: Jerri Allyn, Richard Newton, Vincent Ramos, and York Chang. These four artists have each been selected to receive a three-month residency at 18th Street along with an exhibition and project grant.
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International Artist Month

18th Street Arts Center is proud to present four exhibitions highlighting their award-winning International Visiting Artist Program. Beginning January 7- 28, 18th Street is featuring exhibitions from Iran, Tibet, Korea and South Africa. The public reception for these exhibitions will be held on Thursday, January 20, 7:30-9:30 pm.
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Dorit Cypis and Elena Siff Press Release

Exhibition Openings for Dorit Cypis’ FabLab (looking for patterns) and Elena Siff’s Making Change at 18th Street Arts Center, Saturday, October 23, 6pm-10pm Santa Monica, CA—18th Street’s 2010 Visual Art Fellowship Winners, Dorit Cypis and Elena Siff, debut their projects…

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August 2010 Art Night

18th Street Arts Center throws its annual Summer ArtNight with opening receptions for its newest exhibitions: Martin Durazo’s Pain Management 100 in the 18th Street Gallery and Ana Guajardo’s Tianguis in the Project Room. Visitors to ArtNight can experience the electrifying tunes of sound artist and master guitarist, Massaro on 18th Street’s Outdoor Stage. ArtNight takes place from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at 18th Street Arts Center, located at 1639 18th Street, Santa Monica, just north of Olympic Boulevard.
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