Here are NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Listings for August 10, 2019.

September 14, 2019
Venue Listings:

Arroyo Arts Collective at Avenue 50 Studio
Celestial Sentinels. Paintings & Monoprints by Jacque Lene Rogers-Engel. Color, humor, mythology and spirituality as overarching themes. Influenced by ancient petroglyphs and modern art.
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

Avenue 50 Studio
• The Broadside Project. 7 Los Angeles-based poets and 7 Los Angeles-based artists created over 20 original, collaborative works using writing and various printmaking processes. Curated by (writer/activist) Jessica Ceballos y Campbell and (artist/professor) Sergio Teran. Poets: Will Alexander, Jessica Ceballos y Campbell, F. Douglas Brown, Sesshu Foster, Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo, T.K. Le, Vickie Vértiz. Artists: Jamal Gunn Becker, Charity Capili Ellis, Peter Hess, Susanna Negrete, Rafael Cardenas, Sergio Teran, Hataya Tubtim.
• Tlapohualiztli Ipan Amatl, by Ernesto Vasquez. “Tlapohualiztli ipan amatl” means “Stories on paper.” The exhibition will feature over a dozen various sized illustrations on different types of paper, some machine milled, others hand made from Oaxaca, using one of the oldest substrates made by our species while applying traditional and modern methods of illustrating. Stories of historical figures in surreal surroundings, current day warriors and their struggles, homeless encampments from the artist's own neighborhood.
• Border Kindness Presents Art Across Borders - A Migrating Exhibit. Border Kindness provides migrants, refugees, and the displaced with comprehensive services that include food, shelter, clothing, medical care and legal services. Artists include Arizona Alexakis, Eric Almanza, Jacqueline Arellano, Devendra Banhart, Brolo, Sue Coe, Desdemona Dallas, Daniel Gibson, Ramiro Gomez - Art, Jenny Kendler, Tom Kiefer, Kelly Latimore Icons, Jose Lozano, Patrick Martinez, Cabell Ellington Molina & Ernesto Yerena Montejano.
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

Keystone Art Space
The Snarl Show: Paintings by Melanie Mandl. The Snarl Show is a series of paintings that follows eye contact between one and another. It is a contest with no judges or points, but only understanding. The touching of teeth combined with extreme vocalization and things are set right again. Symbolic violence. Blowing off steam. Venting of feelings. Release. Inspiration for a painting.
Station. Stop-motion video and sound installation by Melanie Mandl and David Bach. Stations is an ongoing video project which depicts abandoned and forgotten machines in otherworldly environments.
338 South Avenue 16
6-9 p.m.

L.34 Group
5622 North Figueroa Street
7-10 p.m.

Mindfulnest on York
5050 York Boulevard
6-10 p.m.

Mi Vida
Best of the Best Show. In celebration of Mi Vida's 100th monthly art show on NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Night. Art Meza, @chicano_soul; Amber Tilden Art, @ms_spiderface_tilden; Dominic Ochoa, @specone79; Rich Westkoast, @richwestkoast; Omar Juarez, @el_oms_; Noelle Reyes, @noellereyes.
5159 York Boulevard
7-10 p.m.

MorYork Gallery
Ryan Carey Retrospective. A collection of artwork by late Los Angeles contemporary constructivist, Ryan Carey.
4959 York Boulevard
5-9 p.m.

5054 York Boulevard