Kenneth Capers, long time resident and artist of Art Share L.A., is also the founder of Eklektik Kenetic, a quarterly series of readings and literary variety shows at Art Share Los Angeles in the Arts District hosted by Ken the Metaphorical aka Kenneth D. Capers.
Together in Music a chamber music collective dedicated to gathering funds, food, and medicine to relieve the shortages impacting Venezuela.
‘The Place Where Your Started,’ uses cinematic projections to weave elements of present day Los Angeles with Latin American literature and magic realism. The show will run May 17-19 from 7:30-10PM.
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Aamar Blair began writing poetry at the age of 14. Growing up as a introverted soul, Aamar found open mic nights to be the pathway to get over his shyness. And by doing so, Aamar decided to create a platform for other artists to share and expose their talent and ideas.
A unique, two-woman gallery show featuring artists, Susan Feldman Tucker and Melinda R. Smith. Curated by Shana Nys Dambrot.
Joseph Montalvo, commonly known as Nuke, has always had a passion for mural art. His curiosity and for mural art, at the age of five, lead him to the place he is today.
Born and raised in Northern New Jersey, Gubby Beck was always interested in the art world. Beck attended the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and began taking courses in painting, drawing and sculpture, however, immediately fell in love with sculpture. Feeling unsure whether she was able to make a full-time career out of art, Gubby moved to Venice, CA. After living in Venice for 3 years, Beck realized the cost of living prevented her from being creative and decided to move to Joshua tree, where she is now resided working her dream job.
On Thursday, March 22nd, over 300 art lovers, artists and patrons flocked to Art Share L.A.’s 4th annual “Above The Streets” fundraising Gala which included a gallery exhibition muralist Christina Angelina’s large-scale works, with many declaring it the most exciting event in years.
A beautiful Sunday in the Arts District for day drinking and mingling where folks were given the opportunity to enter into a raffle to win a pair of COMUNITYmade shoes and a bottle of Martell Cognac.