Here are NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Listings for May 13, 2017. Have a great night!!

May 13, 2017
7-10 p.m. unless noted

Venue Listings:

Align Gallery
Align Gallery is honored to present "Standing Strong" a solo exhibition by indigenous artist Josue Rivas documenting his journey while living in the camps of Standing Rock.
5045 York Boulevard    
6-10 p.m. 

Arroyo Arts Collective at Avenue 50 Studio
“The Blue Wall” by Jeanie, Wesley, and Donald Frias
Mother and sons team up for this photography show at Avenue 50 Studio, just in time for Mother’s Day. Long-time El Sereno residents, Jeanie, Wesley, and Donald explore their environment through photography, but each presents a different use of the camera, view of the city, and final presentation.
131 North Avenue 50

Avenue 50 Studio
-Animating the Archives: the Woman's Building. Fifteen women artists received a fellowship from the Woman's Building and Metabolic Studio's Special Projects in Archiving to create new works inspired by the history and legacy of the Woman's Building and the feminist art movement.
-Herencia (Inheritance). Artwork by Ruben Zavala.
-Art as Resistance: Paintings in Protest to a Trump Presidency. Art as Resistance brings to focus the artistic reactions of 17 artists living and working in the era of Trump. Rich with voices from the oppressed, these paintings serve as a visual protest to Trump and everything his administration stands for.
131 North Avenue 50

Avenue 50 Studio Satellite Gallery
Surviving East Los. Armando “MONDO59420” Bobadilla’s expression of what is was like growing up in the nineties in East Los Angeles. The term, “Surviving” is used to reflect how dangerous it was, gang violence was at an all-time high. Police activity was aggressive. This theme can be seen in his many uses of skulls and aerosol spray cans. Armando also uses the Dia De Los Muertos to retain culture and legacy. 
1270 North Avenue 50

Bike Oven Spoke (N) Art Ride
Meet at the Bike Oven for a fun, slow-paced bicycle tour of art galleries. Blinkie lights recommended.
3706 North Figueroa Street
Meet up at 6p.m.

Book Show LA
San Frantic--Literary Fugitives from the City by the Bay
5503 North Figueroa Street
7-9:30 p.m. 

co-LAb Gallery
Yay! May! We're back at co-LAb Gallery with an evening of live art, intuitive readings, tarot, local vendors + artists & friendship.
5319 York Boulevard
5-10 p.m.

Collective Arts Incubator
Project Embodied – an ongoing series of live performances and exhibitions that focuses on contemporary art through the lenses of performativity. A group exhibition presenting works by LA and NY-based artists Johnny Shield, Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack, Jean Rim, Yon Natalie Mik and Sheila Garrett Roriguez. The five artists will perform live.
1200 North Avenue 54

Neon Lights Only: solo photography by @ChristopherDetails. DJ sets.
5630 North Figueroa Street
8 p.m.-2 a.m.  21+

Future Studio
Ruby Nishio Quilts. At age 90, award-winning quilter Ruby Nishio gives intensity and boundless energy to her second show at Future Studio. Iconography from Ms. Nishio's varied interests: gardening, travels, personal history, and the life around her. 
5630 N. Figueroa Street

The Glass Studio
Live glass blowing demonstrations.
5668 York Boulevard (enter via alley in rear, off Nolden or Avenue 57)
5-9 p.m. 

Kindness and Mischief
First Year Anniversary. Art, crafters. Stones Throw Records will be spinning tunes. 
5537 North Figueroa Street
6-9 p.m. 

Mindfulnest on York
5050 York Boulevard

Mi Vida
Jiu Jitsu El Gentil Arte. New Paintings by Ernesto Vazquez. This exhibit showcases paintings in which the subjects are caught in submission holds where either life or limb are at risk. Each subject is rendered as a skeleton,not to depict the face of death but to illustrate that underneath all of us, our bones are just as vulnerable as that of the armor of the ancient Samurai.
5159 York Boulevard
7-11 p.m. 

Rock Rose Gallery & Production Studio
4108 North Figueroa Street

Social Study
Serena Kojimoto. Modern architectural jewelry. 
5028 York Boulevard

Lino Martinez: New Reality of Geometric Abstraction. Monoprints. A colorful meditative space, free of hostility, free of politics, free of conflict, free of the day-to-day negative interactions; an alternative space of pure and unadulterated pleasure. Resident Musican's Tisa Adamson, Randy Ray Mitchell, and Alexis Tueros.
1492 Colorado Boulevard
6-9 p.m. 

Robert Condol Art.
5054 York Boulevard