June Gloom. At Least it's Not the Heatdome!
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by Cathi Milligan
5d ago
Summer is almost here and it appears Southern California is being spared from a vicious “heatdome” over much of the west. Crazy. But, I”m grateful to be here in Los Angeles not suffering the heat. It’ll be here soon enough. In the meantime, what’s the art scene providing for us this month? All kinds of cool options and some are listed below. Go over to Poet’s Place when you get a chance and see what Linda Kaye has in store for you. She just got back from some time in Europe and she’s sharing it, along with work by some of her poet friends. Enjoy. DTLA Art Night is bustling away with new galle ..read more
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It's May!!
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by Cathi Milligan
1M ago
Here we are right smack in the middle of spring. It’s generally gorgeous out so outdoor events are a good choice for art activities right now. The art shows also tend to theme shows to showcase springtime in all of its beauty. Below you’ll find a few shows like that listed. Wander over to Poet’s Place and check out the Barcelona edition from Linda Kaye. She has been across the pond, visiting France and Spain. She has a nice collection of poets this month. This year's application for the Beyond the Box - Mural Art Program is now open! Apply before the deadline of June 21, 2024, at 5:00 PM ..read more
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April has Arrived!
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by Cathi Milligan
2M ago
It’s tax season! Unless you’re getting a refund, right? Those people filed their taxes right away. Anyway, there is art all over this wonderful city. How can we see it all? The Other Art Fair is this weekend. There’s an opening at the Los Angeles Makery tonight. All kinds of good stuff. Wander over to Poets Place, which Linda sent in from Paris, France, and see what her merry poets have written this month. First heatwave is coming next week! What outdoor art can everyone check out? How about mural tours? That sounds like fun. WHAT:      In celebration of Jazz Appre ..read more
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March is Here! Spring is Within View!
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by Cathi Milligan
3M ago
We are moments away from time change and longer days. It should be warmer too. It makes seeing outdoor art all the more pleasant. Have you been to the Huntington lately, or Descanso Gardens? Both places with gorgeous gardens and equally wonderful art. If you wander over to Barnsdall Park, you can catch the show, Apophenia at the LAMAG in the park, which closes March 16th. You can also see the Hollyhock House, by Frank Lloyd Wright. Los Angeles is truly blessed to have so many art venues. A fresh month means a fresh dose of poetry from Linda Kaye and her poets over at Poet’s Place. Check out h ..read more
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LA Art Show is in 2 Days!
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by Cathi Milligan
4M ago
2 Days Until LA Art Show 2024... Lucy Hale, American Heart Association, Featured Exhibitions and Lots More! The LA Art Show is set to open in two days, featuring an impressive lineup of over 100 exhibiting galleries and institutions, as well as special featured exhibitions from across the globe. Plan ahead and get your tickets for the LA Art Show, taking place at the LA Convention Center, West Hall from February 14-18. The show kicks off with an Opening Night Premiere on Valentine's Day, Wednesday, February 14, and featuring award-winning actress Lucy Hale (pictured ..read more
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February is Here! Which Art Fair is Your Favorite?
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by Cathi Milligan
4M ago
LA Art Show is next week, opening on Valentine’s evening. See you there! This week is Intersect Palm Springs. Always a good, compact show. I do love Palm Springs. And I can sneak in a visit to Modernism while in the area. With Frieze in early March, art fair season is open. I enjoy in indulging in an abundance of art at one time. Everyone needs to go over to Poet’s Place to see who Linda has gathered this month, to share their poetry. 9 Days Until LA Art Show 2024... Get Your Tickets Now and Avoid the Lines! We’re so excited that the LA Art Show opens next week with an outstanding roster of ..read more
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January 2024!
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by Cathi Milligan
5M ago
This is one of the most important years of our lives. No, really. The upcoming elections are the most important ever. It’s unbelievable that some people in this country “think” they would like a dictator leading them. Wrong. So as artists, it is our job to make sure the right people win the elections. Am I allowed to be political here? Of course! Art is about communicating and educating and then, maybe entertaining. It’s about expressing ideas and illuminating the truths that we need spread far and wide. How do you do it? If you’re the leader type, start a group of like minded individuals. Or ..read more
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Merry Holiday Season! December has arrived.
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by Cathi Milligan
6M ago
People are starting to share their best of lists as we come to the close of 2023. Where did the year go? Passed in a flash! So much has happened and so much more is in store for 2024. Poetry…head on over to Poet’s Place to see what Linda Kaye has for you. So, what are your holiday plans? Art, art, and more art? Sure hope so. More art, less xmas music. Remember to buy handmade for the holidays! Stay away from the big chains. Go to the craft fairs, and the neighborhood sales, and the little boutiques. And The Makery, just sayin’. We’ll have ornament making on First Thursday, December 7. Shamele ..read more
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How Can it be November Already?
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by Cathi Milligan
7M ago
I heard Christmas music in Target last night. Not cool. Home Depot is overflowing with giant animated Christmas decorations. Also not cool. It really removes the joy of the holidays if they are forced upon us months in advance. Listen to me bitch and moan. I know you all feel it too. So, I will make art to soothe my soul, and give me things to sell during the holiday season. Creativity is my happy place! And sharing it with others is cool. Check out this month’s Poet’s Place to see what Linda Kaye’s poetry posse has to say. Here are some other suggestions of places to go and art to see. Go ch ..read more
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October and Spooky Season!
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by Cathi Milligan
9M ago
It’s October. Spooky Season. There are a lot of shows and events happening this month, and you can feel it just ramping up as, dare I say it, holiday season is also upon us. Parties, shows, reasons to see art, buy art, make art, I could go on. It’s also time for the Highland Park Independent Film Festival. It’s the 10th Anniversary! Whoo hoo!! Check out their website to learn more about the line up of films being shown October 6-7, 2023, at the Highland Theatre in Highland Park. Our own lovely Linda Kaye of Poet’s Place, has a film showing at the film festival, 20 Years Left. It’s showing tim ..read more
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