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AVPA Dances “Shades of Grace” This Weekend Only

AVPA Dances “Shades of Grace” This Weekend Only

"Shades of Grace” investigates the many examples of grace we find in our world today. While one might consider grace represented by a dancer’s flowing elegance, the beauty of nature, or the polish of a debutante, Culver City High School’s DZDP Dance Company considers so much more. Student and faculty choreographers creatively reflect on the grace held captive in a world of secrets, and [...]

The Best of Everything – Jonathan Weiss

The Best of Everything – Jonathan Weiss

For those who enjoy going back to a simpler time before the digital revolution changed our lives, look no further than the Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale, taking place right in our backyard for three days starting on April 25th. Put on by Dolphin Promotions, whose antiques and modernism shows are among the leading venues for antiques and 20th century decorative and fine arts in North [...]

CCEF Gets Pasadena Showcase House Grant for SJO

CCEF Gets Pasadena Showcase House Grant for SJO

All of our CCUSD K- 3rd graders will be exploring music with the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra again for the 2014/2015 school year thanks to a $6000 grant from Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA). CCEF is grateful to PSHA for their support of this Artists-in-Residency Music Program at all five of our elementary schools. PSHA is proudly celebrating their 50th anniversary of Showcase which is [...]

Yo Jethro!

Yo Jethro!

Dear Jethro, I have been the Supreme Overlord of two humans for several years. Now they are considering adopting another cat. They have not consulted me. Should I pee on their bed? Sincerely Drama Queen Kitty. Dear DQK, No, you should not pee on their bed. But you should definitely pee on the new cat. Humans do not understand the subtleties of our language. While you and I know that [...]

Unsolved “Murder in Jersey” Brings Fusaro to KCRW

Unsolved “Murder in Jersey” Brings Fusaro to KCRW

“I knew I had to face the truth, but I was afraid it would be even worse than the rumors.” Culver City author Darrell Fusaro has been trying to find peace amidst the mystery surrounding the murder of his grandfather James Fusaro for decades. James Fusaro, a union official was found dead in his Passaic, NJ, office on New Year’s Day 1970 after apparently having been beaten and stabbed. Who [...]

“different words for the same thing” Opens @ KDT in May

“different words for the same thing” Opens @ KDT in May

Cast members Malcolm Madera (partially obscured), Monica Horan, Stephen Ellis and Rebecca Larsen Rehearsals have begun for the world premiere of Kimber Lee's "different words for the same thing," which begins previews May 4 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Opening night is May 11 and performances run through June 1, 2014. Set in a small town in southwestern Idaho, and the vast [...]

Farragut Gears Up for Community Arts Day – April 12

Farragut Gears Up for Community Arts Day – April 12

A Fun, Free Day Celebrating the Arts and Open to All   The Culver City community is invited to the Farragut campus on Saturday, April 12th from 11am ‘til 4pm for Artworks! for Kids, a fun, free celebration of arts education in our schools. Families will enjoy performances, workshops and art happenings throughout the day.  Groups from schools throughout Culver City will take the stage.  [...]

Waterloo & City to Host Art Opening for Gretchen Helt

Waterloo & City to Host Art Opening for Gretchen Helt

Gretchen Helt Gallery is pleased to present its debut solo exhibition from the artist, Gretchen Helt, at Waterloo and City with a reception on on April 2 from 5 to 8 pm Helt draws inspiration from the works of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Ed Moses, Ed Ruscha, Chuck Arnoldi, Dennis Hopper, Andy Warhol, Elaine de Kooning, and Lee Krasner. Helt's art explores the artist's communion with physical [...]

April Fool Fish – Janet Hoult

April Fool Fish – Janet Hoult

Back in the 1500’s in France when Charles was king New Year’s was celebrated at the start of Spring Charles decreed that the calendar, which had been the Julian Should become Gregorian and he really wasn’t foolin’ But there were those in Europe who continued to celebrate On the 1st of April – which was no longer the right date. So they were teased by others and were [...]

ArtsDay is Coming – Get Creative

ArtsDay is Coming – Get Creative

Friday, April 11th, 2014 is ArtsDay: the annual opportunity for Angelenos (and Culvercitizens)  to celebrate the contributions of arts and culture to the community and to talk with elected officials about why the arts are important. Now in its third year, ArtsDay unites artists, audiences, and arts organizations with the leaders who represent them in City Hall, fostering stronger [...]

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