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Endgame Begins at KDT May 1

Endgame Begins at KDT May 1

Samuel Beckett’s classic “Endgame” opens Sunday, May 1, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre. Directed by Alan Mandell, performances for “Endgame” will continue through May 22. Mandell (“Waiting for Godot,” “The Price” and “The Cherry Orchard” all at the Mark Taper Forum) will also perform in this production at the Douglas alongside Barry [...]

Vox Femina – Rocking the Universe

Vox Femina – Rocking the Universe

The eclectic VOX Femina Los Angeles choir presents “Harmonious Women: Rocking the Universe” on Sunday, April 24, 2016, 3 pm at Culver City Presbyterian Church in Culver City. The concert features repertoire from the three subscription concerts that make up VOX Femina's 19th Season, including a new commission by Abbie Betinis called “A Blessing of Cranes.” We will take an uncommon look at [...]

Mother Art @ Antioch University

Mother Art @ Antioch University

Drop in tonight and check out Antioch University for the opening of a new exhibition with special guests Deborah Krall, Suzanne Siegel and Laura Silagi. The evening includes a screening of "Mother Art Tells Her Story," plus a panel discussion on art, feminism & feminist art. Mother Art, a collective of women artists, is dedicated to creating social-political art. Come talk to the Mothers, [...]

“Hey, It’s Clay” – AVPA Artists @ Craft & Folk Art Museum

“Hey, It’s Clay” – AVPA Artists @ Craft & Folk Art Museum

The 26 visual art students from The Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts have been exploring the art form of ceramics. During an eight-week program sponsored by Sony Pictures Entertainment, AVPA art students are participating in an artist-in-residency with the Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM), led by ceramicist, Tetsuji Aono, and CAFAM Program Manager, Fabrizio [...]

Wende Museum “Artistic Impressions of the Cold War” – T.S. Owen

Wende Museum “Artistic Impressions of the Cold War” – T.S. Owen

Culver City’s Wende Museum is open to the public on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., so today the public can view “Artistic Impressions of the Cold War,” the first exhibit to feature art exclusively at the 12-year-old museum of artifacts, art and educational materials from the era of the Berlin Wall. “From Soviet hippie jeans to East German telephones, the artists were inspired by the [...]

AVPA Danger Zone Dance to Pay Tribute Robert Frost Auditorium

AVPA Danger Zone Dance to Pay Tribute Robert Frost Auditorium

The spring performance of the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts’ Danger Zone Dance Company will be a poignant tribute to the Robert Frost Auditorium at Culver City High School, a 1964 architectural icon that will soon close its doors for an extensive renovation. The program will be jam-packed with original dances that are thrilling, thought-provoking, humorous and touching, and several AVPA [...]

Artists & Contracts @ USVAA – April 13

Artists & Contracts @ USVAA – April 13

  The world is made of contracts, and if you are an artist, negotiation may not be your strong suit. Scott Burroughs and Matthew DiNicola of Doniger Burroughs will cover a broad overview of contractual law inlacing the significance of having a written agreement and the major deal points to be included in any contract. Throughout the program, Matthew and Scott will emphasize how artists [...]

Vox Femina – Rocking the Universe

Vox Femina – Rocking the Universe

The eclectic VOX Femina Los Angeles choir presents “Harmonious Women: Rocking the Universe” on Sunday, April 24, 2016, 3 pm at Culver City Presbyterian Church in Culver City. The concert features repertoire from the three subscription concerts that make up VOX Femina's 19th Season, including a new commission by Abbie Betinis called “A Blessing of Cranes.” We will take an uncommon look at [...]

“Tempest Redux” @ Odyssey

“Tempest Redux” @ Odyssey

A trek lately took me to The Odyssey Theater A sweet companion and an evening deluxe to sample a closely tailored tale of Shakespeare the New American Theatricals' "Tempest Redux" The venue was intimate, the audience held in close a simple stage, blue light, an actor began the play holding the center stage as most other characters came to surround him after Like steel shavings [...]

Saturday at the Wende: The Cold War in Art

Saturday at the Wende: The Cold War in Art

The Cold War collapsed in 1991, ending a reign of terror that balanced the Soviet Union and the United States on the brink of nuclear holocaust over world domination. What began 1957 left a legacy studied exhaustively in books, memoirs, biographies, scholarly non-fiction and popular fiction, film, theater and schoolbooks. Culver City’s unique Wende Museum, the repository of memorabilia of [...]

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