Pico Block Party: Translation? | Campus-wide Family-friendly Festival at 18th Street Arts Center

Where

18th Street Arts Center
1639 18th Street
Santa Monica, CA

When

Sat, October 14, 2017
1:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-10-14 1:00 pm 2017-10-14 Pico Block Party: Translation? | Campus-wide Family-friendly Festival at 18th Street Arts Center Join us to celebrate cross-cultural exchange, art, and community in our Pico Neighborhood!

18th Street Arts Center would like to invite our local and extended community as we open up our campus for a festival of interactive performances and artists workshops, celebrating our PST: LA/LA exhibition A Universal of History Infamy: Virtues of Disparity in collaboration with LACMA. This family-friendly event will feature tours of the exhibition, art-making workshops, open studios, food trucks, live music and much more.

Highlights:

Live music by Cuñao
Brazilian Dance Performances
Art-Making Workshops
Artist open studios
LA’s Finest Food Trucks
Kids Corner and Bounce house
Tabling by neighborhood organizations
Artist-led exhibition tours in multiple languages
Featuring:

Cyanotype Flag-making with Amanda Sutton
Instant poetry with Melrose Poetry Bureau
Farsi exhibition tours with Gelare Khoshgazaran
Feminist card readings with Anne Bray and Ami Motevalli
Storytelling workshop with Kids on Stage
T-shirt printing with Christina Saucedo
Experimental Quesadillas with Teresa Flores
Collage with Luciana Abait


and more!

Open Studios:


Yvette Gellis (Los Angeles)
Luciana Abait (Los Angeles)
Arzu Arda Kosar (Los Angeles)
Aleksandra Walaszek (Poland)
Daan den Houter (Netherlands)
Anique Weve (Netherlands)
I-Chen Lai (Taiwan)
Đào Duy Tùng (Vietnam)
Henriëtte Brouwers and John Malpede (Los Angeles)
Ichiro Irie (Los Angeles)
David McDonald (Los Angeles)

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Join us to celebrate cross-cultural exchange, art, and community in our Pico Neighborhood!

18th Street Arts Center would like to invite our local and extended community as we open up our campus for a festival of interactive performances and artists workshops, celebrating our PST: LA/LA exhibition A Universal of History Infamy: Virtues of Disparity in collaboration with LACMA. This family-friendly event will feature tours of the exhibition, art-making workshops, open studios, food trucks, live music and much more.

Highlights:

Live music by Cuñao
Brazilian Dance Performances...
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18th Street Arts Center uploaded this event on September 19, 2017

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