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Here are NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Listings for October 13, 2018. Have a great night!!


NELAart SECOND SATURDAY GALLERY NIGHT

October 13, 2018

Venue Listings:

Align Gallery
5045 York Boulevard  

Arroyo Arts Collective
Kristen Johannesen. Where is the pursuit of fashion taking us? The answer is in the eye of the beholder. Kristen Johannessen has created paintings, mixed media sculptures and an interactive piece that address our love/hate relationship with the fashion industry and its effects on our world.
The Blue Wall at Avenue 50 Studio
131 N. Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

The Art-form Studio
DEPTH: A Life Drawing Session. A portion of proceeds to @keepabreast foundation. $20. All skill levels are welcome, DM to RSVP.
5611 N. Figueroa Street
7-10 p.m.

Art in Numbers
Community Art Show Fundraiser for Inner-City Arts. Art, food, crafts, music in support of arts education for underserved youth. Auction of signed prints by Shepard Fairey and Gustavo Rimada.
N. Figueroa and Loreto Street and the pedestrian tunnel. Next to Antigua Coffee Roasters.
4-9 p.m. (auction winners at 8)

Avenue 50 Studio
*Viva Las Fotos: A Day of the Dead Memorial for Laura Aguilar. Curated by Sybil Venegas and Christopher Velasco. Featuring works by: Monica Almeida, Isabel Avila, Brittney Cathey-Adams , Julie Cabral, Amina Cruz, Sandra de la Loza, Mercedes Dorame, Ruben Esparza, Christina Fernandez, Luis Jacinto, Star Montana, Delilah Montoya, Monica Orozco, Aydinaneth Ortiz, Paul Pescador, Clifford Pun, Miguel Angel Reyes, Juan Silvero, Mei Valenzuela, Ricardo Valverde, and Christopher Velasco.
Also on display will be Aguilar's Day of the Dead Coffin series produced twenty eight years ago. The Coffin series, on view for the first time in its entirety is Laura Aguilar’s portrait gallery of Chicanx artists and their friends and family in calavera attire, framed by the backdrop of a coffin taken at the Los Angeles Photography Center’s Day of the Dead celebration in 1990.
Altar installation created by Barbara Carrasco, Yreina Cervantez and Sybil Venegas.
*Nica Aquino, Memory Room. Interactive altar installation: mixed media, textile, natural materials, 35 mm photos and video. Nica Aquino creates mixed media altar installations & textiles that examine loss & memory as an Ilokana in the US diaspora.Creating a body of water is significant in representing her origins as an Ilokana & the large bodies of water Ilokanos are known for residing by. As the boats flow down the river, their messages descend into the spirit world,reaching passed loved ones & honoring the memories of our ancestors. Please consider bringing an offering for an altar to our passed loved ones (humans & animals).
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

Cactus Gallery
*Mercy. Featured artist: Ivonne Carley + group exhibition. Mercy asks you to explore the darkest shadows of spirituality, religion, and faith that will challenge the way we think about devotion, absolution, and the gods of our flesh.
*Indoor and Out. A celebration of plants featuring the art of Terri Berman and Douglas Alvarez.
3001 North Coolidge Avenue
6-9 p.m.

Fahrenheit Ceramics
Demos. Featured artist: Amy Marie Medina.
4102 North Figueroa Street

Future Studio
Functional--Small Ceramic Works. Really nice (and reasonably priced) ceramic works by some really wonderful artists: Nancy Buchanan, Stan Edmonson, Elizabeth Garrison, Noel Korten, Mary Jean Mallman, Tom Recchion, Sheila Schoonhoven, Nan Wollman.
Also, celebrating the launch of two vending machines!
Check out the “Visitors’ Center” and pick up free propaganda like “Places to Eat Around Here” guide, Angels Walk neighborhood guide, and some activist and historic preservation info.
5558 North Figueroa
7-10 p.m.

The Garage
Visual art + live music by Brad Byrd & band w/ special guest John Bardy.
5019 Coringa Drive
7-10

Keystone Art Gallery
S. Lee Robinson, Mythical Beasts: New Works on Paper and Canvas. This solo show focuses on the artist’s personal interpretations of various Mythical Beasts, of both modern and ancient origins, that have repeatedly permeated her psyche and her work since 1985.
338 South Avenue 16
6-10 p.m.

Mindfulnest on York
Monster Party. Live art with two featured artists: Eric Martinez, illustrator and screen printer, and Brandon Ruiter, illustrator and photo doodler. 

5050 York Boulevard
6-10 p.m.

Mi Vida
Chaz Bojorquez. A local legend's exhibit and launch party for his new product website, SOMOSLA.NET. Limited edition merchandise and first edition products. 

5159 York Boulevard
7-11 p.m.

Oneg Shabbat Collaborative Gallery
Jewish artists exhibiting on contemporary themes with live music, including Shosha Dotan (video installations), Hillel Smith (paintings, prints, etc), and Shlomy Hayyun.
Artworks by Highland Park artist and Arroyo Arts Collective member Guadulesa Rivera.
Temple Beth Israel in Highland Park
5711 Monte Vista Avenue
7-10 p.m.

Vapegoat
Art by locals Fiiidgt, Eemar, Sophia Pfister.

5054 York Boulevard