Here are NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Listings for August 11, 2018. Have a great night!!

Venue Listings:

Amsterdam Modern
Art + Cats. Cat adoption mingle and local artists.
5215 York Boulevard, back patio. D:ceramics, Louise Androlia, Tony Coelho, Alexandra Berg.
4-9 p.m.

Arroyo Arts Collective at Avenue 50 Studio
Dog Days Of Summer. We are the sultry part of the summer, when Sirius, the Dog Star, rises at the same time as the sun. Organized by Dulce Stein. Participating Artists: Arthur Carillo, Salvador Correa, Claudia Cox, Marcela El-Ayoubi, Walter Gajewsky, Suzanne Gibson, John Marcella Grant, HHCITA, Geoffrey Levitt, Frank Montoya, Rebecca Nabarrete, Nadia Reed, Ginette Rondeau, Mati Russo, Nirali Thakkar, Paul Torres, Dee Weingarden.
The AAC Blue Wall Alcove @ Avenue 50 Studio
131 N. Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

The Artform Studio
#LASketchartist: DEPTH: A Life Drawing Session! We will be spinning 70’s vinyl all night and paying homage to the uncompromising nasty gal Betty Davis with our muse Lonnie Lenyea! $10 to participate, $5 for students with ID. All skill levels are welcome, #DM us to #RSVP.
5611 N. Figueroa Street
7-10 p.m.
Avenue 50 Studio
NELAScapes. Northeast Los Angeles is a community where the urban meets the rural, where flashy new restaurants are near rustic trails that lead to hilltop parks. Where meditation centers and bird sanctuaries overlook busy parkways and Gold Line trains. This is where historic houses and museums border the Arroyo Seco Wash. This is where the Arts and Crafts movement blossomed in southern California
Nela is where people of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds gather to work, create and play in the ancestral home of the Chumash and Tongva native Americans.Curated by Raoul De la Sota, artists are Judith Amdur, Raul Baltazar, Jessica Ceballos y Campbell, Lynn Coleman, Carol Colin,Lore Eckelberry, Kikki Eder, Sonya Fe, Gwen Freeman, Cidne Hart, Keven Hass, Peter Hess, Heather Hoggan, Kristen Johannesen, Bonnie Lambert, Ernesto Montaño, Karen Neubert, Michael Porter, Ramon Ramirez, Stuart Rapeport, Olivia Sanchez-Brown, Suzanne Siegel, Rod Smith, Violetta Sorcini, Sergio Teran, Gail Wenger, Bill Wheeler, Evelyn Winchester, Richard Willson and Katsu Yokoyama.
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

The Garage
Live music performance by Brad Byrd and open art gallery at The Garage.
5019 Coringa Drive
8 p.m.

Mindfulnest on York  
5050 York Boulevard

Mi Vida
Luis-Genaro Garcia, Cruising L.A.'s Political Landscape. "Explores the history of Los Angeles' social climate through  car culture narrative.  Classic cars are most often appreciated for the unique, elemental, and aesthetic design of their particular year. Enduring decades of wearing environments that have deteriorated their original state, classic cars have resiliently survived their conditions while carrying the narratives of their political climate. It is through this car culture narrative that I display the toxic political landscape that marginalized communities have endured, survived, and overcome through great resilience. Through these works, I create a contrast between the political climate and cars of a particular year, along with modern-day Los Angeles Times headlines that reference the hegemonic conditions of our past and present times."
5159 York Boulevard
7-10 p.m.

Steve Seleska, New Works. Work that explores the tangled and often treacherous association between humankind and the living, biological, elemental ecosystem in which we all cohabit.
Guest Sculpturist Jeff Iorillo and Artist Scott Froschauer. Curated by Kristine Schomaker.  A portion of proceeds are given to animal charities.
1492 Colorado Boulevard
6-9 p.m.
Sean Keeton, Neurotic monsters, punk rockers, tripped-out freaks.
ShanduOne Graff Writer, Artist, Muralist.
5054 York Boulevard
7-11 p.m.