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Sometimes we can’t make the time to attend the 8-week GYST Workshop. That’s why we decided to head out of town, roll up our sleeves, and get to work! The GYST Weekend Workshop Retreat is an intensive workshop held on the beautiful Central Coast in Pescadero, California. Similar to our 8-week class, this retreat is for anyone who is looking to kick-start their art career, get organized, and learn just about everything it takes to make it in the art world. Tuition: $480 for a we
Sign up For GYST200: Advanced Critique Mondays October 1 – November 12 from 7-9PM Location: The Los Angeles area at enrolled artists’ studios Cost: $280 Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org About The Class: This is an exclusive class for students who have already taken the GYST workshop and/or students who evidence an emerging practice and want to delve in-depth into the conceptual issues informing their work. This class will equip you with advanced skills needed to speak articulate
The NEXT Getting Your Sh*t Together 8 Week Workshop THE BASICS: Duration: Fall 2012, Mondays (7pm - 9:00pm) October 1 - November 12, 2012. Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena Tuition: $250 includes a copy of the GYST software (a $130 value). Contact: Tucker Neel, GYST Vice-President tucker (at) gyst-ink.com INFORMATION ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: Created by artist, curator, and legendary CalArts professor Karen Atkinson, Getting Your Sh*t Together (GYST) is the often-imitated workshop for emerging
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TRACTIONARTS is a video venue in the heart of the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles. Videos are rear projected in the street-facing window of artist Ken Marchionno’s studio for the public to view in the evening hours. He started curating this very alternative space in 2013 to expose the community to new and interesting video art.
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If you are anywhere in the LA area and are looking to kick-start your art career, get organized, and learn just about everything it takes to make it in the art world, then this class is just what you've been looking for. Learn how to make things happen for your career and get one-on-one feedback from leading LA critics, curators, and gallery owners. Duration: Mondays (7pm - 9:30pm) Sept. 26 - Nov. 7 + Critic/Curator Review Sunday Nov. 13 (10am-2pm) Location: Center for the Arts, Eagle Ro
Curator Lavon Pettis, has created exhibition and featured artist in Chicago, and St.Louis, international, emerging, experimental, performance speaks about her mentor, teacher, and client: Najjar Abdul Musawwir recognized for his philanthropy/contributions to the arts & community.
To learn more about Najjar Abdul-Musawwir and his work, please contact Lavon Pettis, Creative Manager, at email@example.com.
Artist Brian Mallman created 50NYork Gallery as a constantly evolving art experiment that investigates how art is created, displayed and interacted with. The gallery exists as an altered abandoned gas station sign on the corner of Avenue 50 and York Blvd. in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park.
50NYork works to inspire self-propelled public art projects. Many of these projects happen outside the gallery space and are designed to self-replicate and regenerate. The 50NYork concept is designed to be adopted, adapted and duplicated in any physical space that is ignored, forgotten or abandoned.
GYST Radio is hosted by Kara W. Tomé, founder of ArtSite Projects
Guests are three of the artists who collectively run Monte Vista Projects, Jay Lizo, Jade Thacker and David Earle.
Monte Vista is an artist-run space, opened in Highland Park in 2007, hosting exhibitions, lectures, events, and performances. The space is self-determining, having “no manifesto," with the aims of providing a platform for art and conversation, emphasizing experimentation and artworks that contribute to non-traditional dialogues.
Hosted by Kara Tomé, founder of ArtSite Projects
Experimental Half-Hour (EHH) is a television show broadcasting experimental music and performance art co-founded by Eva Aguila and Brock Fansler. First realized in 2010 as a cable access program airing in Portland and New York, EHH showcases an international roster of cross-disciplinary artists and officially relocated to Los Angeles in late 2013. Commited to shaping the cultivation and preservation of new work in electronic arts and experimental media, EHH is in the process of setting-up a fully-equipped film studio in LA, providing a mobile, open-source, and elastic platform for artists to access, interact, and connect with a wider audience.
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Guests are the founder of NELAart, Brian Mallman and its current executive director Cathi Milligan. Both are artists who have been residents of the area for many years and have been instrumental in building and sustaining a stong arts community in the Northeast District of Los Angeles.
Brian runs an alternative gallery called 50NYork and Cathi runs The Glass Studio, a store and education space, both located on York Avenue in Highland Park.
NELAart Organization is comprised of galleries and arts organizations that are dedicated to increase the visibility of the thriving arts community in the area. The neighborhood is home to more than thirty galleries, alternative arts spaces and arts organizations and countless artists live and work in the area. NELAart provides a resource to share information and ideas, and assist in promoting galleries, organizations and artists.
NELAart organizes a popular artwalk every second Saturday of the month and publishes a monthly newspaper, the NELAart News.
Visit - nelaart.org
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Hiatus is a recurring performance art series created and curated by artist Molly Shea at Eastside International (formerly Raid Projects in downtown Los Angeles). Molly ran a similar series called Dutch Door within her studio space at Raid, before she got access to the main space. Hiatus' themed events will occur during the time between exhibitions and are often one-night shows featuring artists who create time-based work and are pushing the boundaries of genre. www.mollyjoshea.com H
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