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THE THIRD EYE OF EMMERIC KONRAD

Sitting with DTLA artist/resident Emmeric Konrad at Pete’s Café on 4th and Main, it’s relevant to note the similarities between the two most iconic symbols of change within the Historic Core. Before the stylish nightclubs, chic boutiques and exotic eateries was what this writer calls, “TheGRIT”, a dark, scary, enter at

YO-YO MA AT USC WITH LOS ANGELES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

World renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who has introduced new generations to the vitality and timelessness of classical music, joins Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) on Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C, a tour de force showcasing the instrument’s full range of color, to celebrate Music Director Jeffrey Kahane’s final season with

Double Bill of Multidisciplinary Performance: The River Song Quintet with Poet David Baker and Video Artist Miwa Matreyek

REDCAT, CalArts' downtown center for contemporary arts, presents a spellbinding and poignant double bill of multidisciplinary performance from The River Song Quintet, poet David Baker and video artist Miwa Matreyek, Friday, October 28, 2016 at 8:30 pm. The evening features deeply resonant collaborations between L.A.’s River Song Quintet and award-winning poet David Baker, and video

10 GREAT PLACES YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS DURING ARTWALK

Of course, this Downtown Art Walk, you'll probably hear about the usual Art Walk Lounge happenings, and it's tours, the fairy tale labyrinth of books at the Last Bookstore and the oh so, elegant findings at the Gloria Delson Contemporary, but be sure not to miss the politics, cultural diversity, delicious eats, celebrity artists, musical

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: CACHE UNO

Los Angeles has its share of graffiti,some welcomed, some not but to truly understand the relevance of street art and its messages and why we value it as part of our community, you need only to sit down with any of the many talented street artists, like Guangelino, CACHE UNO, who has devoted his life to uplifting humanity and freedom of expression. Tell

Robert Paul: CREATING THE RAINBOW

Aside from inspiration from artist Phil Jimenez and Jim Lee, Paul also wanted the main characters of “Little Rainbow” to be multi-ethnic, mentioning his other main influence, “Calvin and Hobbes,” as remaining “very Anglo.” “I guess I wanted to be more inclusive, and I remember really having to think about who

THE LEGEND OF BLOODBATH MCGRATH

By Lauren Tyler A bit like the famous painting The Gross Clinic, Liz McGrath’s artwork is layered with complexity and oozes with shades of darkness and paradoxical playfulness. Although McGrath’s work is a bit grotesque, it keeps viewers’ attention with a curious, almost childlike allure and has given her a platform

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