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Short Film Screening | Related to Re-Homing Instincts

18th Street Arts Center (Airport Campus) 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Re-Homing Instincts Short Films Screening Thursday, June 15 | 6 PM Airport Campus, 3026 Airport Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90405 Join Frida Cano, curator of Re-Homing Instincts and California Lawyers for the Arts Designing Creative Futures Communication Intern Arthur James for a 20-minute screening of the four films shot and directed by Arthur James.  Following…

Sophie Dupont | Performing Breath

Taller Alturas Los Angeles, CA, United States

Performing Breath Summer Solstice Happening June 21, 2023 | 6:08 – 8:08 pm Taller Alturas Los Angeles, California | Contact @PraxinoscopeX on Instagram to receive the address Angelenos are warmly invited to join @PraxinoscopeX presenting "Performing Breath" by internationally-acclaimed artist Sophie Dupont, an interactive and immersive installment in her ongoing work in "Breath Activism." Dupont's…

Art At The Airport

18th Street Arts Center (Airport Campus) 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Art At The Airport is a monthly series of open studios that provides a rare glimpse into over 20 professional artist studios as well as the opportunity to buy art directly from the artists. Enjoy coffee and pastries while strolling through the galleries and art studios. Advance registration is greatly appreciated!

Palette Potluck

18th Street Arts Center (Olympic Campus) 1639 18th Street, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Palette Potluck Thursday, June 29 | 12-2 PM 18th Street Arts Center (Olympic Campus) 1639 18th Street Santa Monica, CA 90404 Artists-in-residence, Borderless citizens and the 18th Street Arts Center community are invited to join us for our monthly potluck! Bring a homemade or store-bought dish and get ready to connect with others in the…

Paul Cornish: We Were in Santa Monica

Virginia Avenue Park 2200 Virginia Ave, Santa Monica, CA, United States

We Were in Santa Monica is a new musical work inspired by and in tandem with the 18SAC Broadway Project, illuminating and celebrating the vibrant Black community that once existed in Santa Monica, California. What happened to said community echoes what has happened and continues to happen to several black communities all over the United States. We Were in Santa Monica aims to shed light on a critically understated part of Los Angeles history and hopes to inspire its spectators to reevaluate the roles we are playing in the history we are allowing to be made today.

Exhibition Opening | Jenny Yurshansky: Rinsing the Bones

18th Street Arts Center (Airport Campus) 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Jenny Yurshansky: Rinsing the Bones Exhibition Opening Saturday, July 8, 3-6 PM Join us in the opening celebration of Jenny Yurshansky’s Rinsing the Bones, an exhibition that explores how generational displacement passes the embodied trauma of dislocation onto future generations.  Enjoy a curator and artist-led walkthrough, and participate in Unfolded Narratives, an all-ages drawing workshop…

Creative Roundtable: Amanda Sroka

18th Street Arts Center (Airport Campus) 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Join Amanda Sroka, ICA LA Senior Curator for a friendly meet and greet.

Pallette Potluck

18th Street Arts Center (Airport Campus) 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Artists-in-residence, Borderless citizens and the 18th Street Arts Center community are invited to join us for our monthly potluck! Bring a homemade or store-bought dish and get ready to connect with others in the community. Free to attend and no RSVP needed.

Workshops + Tours: Rinsing the Bones + Unfolded Narratives | Related to Rinsing the Bones

18th Street Arts Center (Airport Campus) 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, United States

Happening once monthly at 18th Street Arts Center's Propeller Gallery, artist Jenny Yurshansky will host two simultaneous workshops related to her solo exhibition Rinsing the Bones. Participants will work with the artist to explore how our migration stories offer us paths for understanding our own histories, places of origin, and how that impacts our sense of belonging and identity.

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