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Alice Könitz’s Constructions

Alice Könitz's Constructions 1

The name and the work of Alice Könitz wasn’t familiar when we initially checked out her website. But, after poking around for a bit, we realized she was one of the many, many creatives involved with last year’s production of Crescent City, a super interdisciplinary theatre piece that Alice built a set for. We hadn’t check in on the artist to see what she was up to in a while but, after hearing about a new group show she’s in, we thought it was a fitting time to take a look at her work as we really dig it.

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Introducing The Los Angeles, I’m Yours Drink Map–For Dogs!

Introducing The Los Angeles, I'm Yours Drink Map--For Dogs!

Why do people get to have all of the fun? We dog folk need to relax some every now and again, too. After months and months of work and finally convincing the people here to let me share a guide of cool things to do and places to go for LA dogs, I’m proud to share the Los Angeles, I’m Yours Drink Map–For Dogs!

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Paper Alphabet

Paper Alphabet 1

Jeanie Chong is a Los Angeles based artist and designer. She does a lot of calligraphy and typemaking and often combines both practices for very creative explorations of letters. We stumbled into her work by seeing her Folded Alphabet series which reminded us of the similarly constructed Novel Brand book goods. One of her art/type mashings we particularly enjoyed was a series of dedications to letters through paper called Paper Alphabets. It’s a bright and creative take on lettering.

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Combining Influences: An Interview With Rebecca Farr

Combining Influences An Interview With Rebecca Farr 1

Rebecca Farr is currently dabbling in collage. The painter has turned to late nineteenth century photography and historical images as a resource of images to place in her work. “I was doing very traditional, straight figurative paintings and now I am thinking of paint with collage and painting from collage,” she says, reflecting on what she is currently working on. “Right now I’m looking at the scale of what I have been doing and bringing that back to full painting informed by collage. I’ve been really captureD by old inky photography from the mid-1800s to early 1900s–but I don’t feel settled with just presenting that image again.”

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The Recap: What’s Happening In Los Angeles This Weekend, 3.29 – 3.31

The Recap: What's Happening In Los Angeles This Weekend, 3.29 - 3.31

Sheesh: how is it Easter weekend already?! AND the end of March?? Wow. We are so behind on what we’ve wanted to accomplish this year. Time: slow down!! Please!! Well, if you won’t slow down, at least we can spend you having fun–and there is a lot of fun this weekend. CHECK THE RECAP!!

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Ghana Must Go Fiber CAFAM Los Angeles

CAFAM is hosting a two day event called Ghana Must Go on November 1 and November 2. There will be a trunk show, West African inspired works, performances, and more.

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Fit, Form, Function Compton

Fit, Form, Function is a new (and first) Compton based arts journal. They’re hoping to explore a few things, their first issue specifically speaking to “objects we do not touch.” If you want to get involved, send in submissions by November 15.

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House Of Modern Horrors Alex Miller Los Angeles Halloween 2014

In case you need more frights this weekend, Alex Miller is bringing an immersive exhibition called the House Of Modern Horrors. It’s a cringeworthy event showcasing “nightmares that haunt our reality.” EEeEeEeeeEE. There will also be some comedians, too.

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