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Community

“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 [...]

Star Party @ WLA College – April 18

Star Party @ WLA College – April 18

The community is invited to a free Star Party at West Los Angeles College on Monday, April 18 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm. Experience the night sky and its wonders through state of the art telescopes connected to a computer software program that helps astronomers understand the stellar map of the universe. Cosmology videos will also be presented on an outdoor screen. This evening of information, [...]

Early Bird Tix for Tribute to the Stars End This Week – Click Here

Early Bird Tix for Tribute to the Stars End This Week – Click Here

Tribute to the Stars, the Culver City Education Foundation's annual celebration of volunteers, teachers and employees has just a few more days left to on 'early bird' ticket prices. - Ticket prices go up  on Monday! This year at The Culver Studios on April 30th, 2016, and you can help raise funds to allow the Culver City Education Foundation to continue providing support for teachers and [...]

King Fahad Mosque Welcomes CC Girl Scouts

King Fahad Mosque Welcomes CC Girl Scouts

 April 10 was a Sunday afternoon, and the quiet of the library at the King Fahd Mosque on Washington Boulevard was slowly overcome by troops of Culver City Girl Scouts, gathering for a tour of the building.  As more than fifty girls ranging from Brownie Scouts to Seniors removed their shoes and waited to begin, questions buzzed through the crowd about the designs, the books, and the life of the [...]

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 [...]

Heal the Bay Has it All This Saturday

Heal the Bay Has it All This Saturday

Wondering what to do this Saturday? It's all happening at the Santa Monica Pier: Limber up before the cleanup with a beach yoga session! (8:30-9:30am) Witness engineering marvels at our Sandcastle Competition! (8:30-11:30am) Groms wanted: Free surf lessons for HtB members! (9-noon) Leave only footprints with our Nothin' But Sand beach cleanup! (10-noon) After the festivities, head over to [...]

“Get Smart” College Search Seminar – April 11

“Get Smart” College Search Seminar – April 11

Finding the Right College and Loving It - Free Seminar at the Julian Dixon Library - Tonight ! Monday, April 11, 2016 6:30 pm Many people think that finding the right college is a complex, mysterious process fraught with peril and potholes. Nothing could be further from the truth! There are over 4000 4-year and 2-year colleges in the United States. So many choices, so much to choose from. [...]

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 [...]

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