Kewa Civic Concerts: Mozart Festival
Mozart Festival (Concert No. 2) at the Edendale Up Close Concert Series.
Duo for violin & viola, W463 (1946)
Divertimento for String Trio in E flat major, K.563
Jacqueline Suzuki – violin
Adriana Zoppo – viola
Pam de Almeida – cello
September 5, 2015 12:00 – 1:00pm
Edendale Branch Library (LAPL)
Concert in the Community Room
2011 W. Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Free parking in the library lot (enter lot from Alvarado).
Free Admission, more info here.
WINTER LIGHT: Oscar-Qualifying Theatrical Run
You are invited to attend a screening of celebrated short film WINTER LIGHT during its weeklong theatrical run at the Sundance Sunset Cinema!
Adapted from a story by acclaimed author James Lee Burke and currently playing festivals worldwide, WINTER LIGHT is a modern-day Western thriller set in the frozen wilderness of Montana. The film stars Raymond J. Barry (Justified), Vincent Kartheiser (Mad Men), Q’orianka Kilcher (The New World), Josh Pence (The Social Network), and Michael Bofshever (United 93).
September 18 – 24 (check theater listings for showtimes)
Tickets: $7–$12.50 (depending on showtime)
Sundance Sunset Cinema
8000 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Learn more here, buy tickets here.
For this iteration of homeLA there will be only the foundation of a home among 35 acres of rolling desert hills. The site, Cudayh, is an outdoor gallery space run by visual artists Frankie Carino and Vanessa Kowalski.
From the premise of working in an open, “empty” space, guest curator, Nickels Sunshine, would like to emphasize the missing presence of home by inviting artists to bring the ghost of a performance, resurrected and adapted for a hillside at dusk. Or, approach a new project with the memory or dream of home in its clutch.
Artists: Kevin Williamson, Peter Hernandez/Julias Smack, Milka Djordjevich, Rikki Rothenberg, Julia Kouneski, Bernard Brown, & Benjamin Boatright.
October 4th 6:00pm-8:00pm
Location given upon ticket purchase. More info here, purchase tickets here.
Walter Askin at The Luckman Gallery
On View: September 12 through October 24, 2015
This exhibition highlights the extensive career of Los Angeles-based artist Walter Askin whose multi-faceted work ranges from sardonic graphic works, large painterly abstractions, to vibrant figurative sculptures. In each of these respective mediums he creates imaginative yet satirical images whose eclectic imagery resist being defined by any distinct movement.
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 12, 6-8 pm
Gallery hours: Monday through Thursday & Saturday, 12-5 pm.
Admission to the Luckman Gallery is free of charge.
Wisdom Arts Laboratory: Community Fridays
Free after-school themed art experiences and art making for all ages.
Fridays in October, 4 – 5:30
October 2 – Into the Forest
October 9 – Amusements, Games and Chess
October 16 – Miniatures: Under the Looking Glass
October 23 – World Village
October 30 – Day of the Dead
Wisdom Arts Laboratory
520 East Orange Grove Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90042
More info here.
Stage Raw: Visualizing the Invisible
STAGE RAW Founding Editor Steven Leigh Morris has announced a series of three public forums to occur between late September and late November, 2015 on arts coverage in our times. All three forums will be presented by STAGE RAW and hosted respectively by Rogue Machine, Boston Court Performing Arts Center and the 24Th Street Theater.
Learn more here and RSVP.