333 South Hope Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
11:45am to 6:30pm
Please join us for this informative program on recent developments in Delaware and California business law, which will include a keynote speech from Delaware Supreme Court Justice Karen Valihura. The program will discuss recent developments in California and Delaware case law applicable to business lawyers.
1115 El Centro Street, SOUTH PASADENA, CA 91030
12:00pm to 3:00pm
Llyn Foulkes One Man Band, a feature documentary will be screened in the Community Room on Thursday, April 30 at 7 p.m. The free event will also feature a live appearance by Llyn Foulkes, the interna...
1248 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, 90015
5:30pm to 8:30pm
Save the date for a fantastic night out in South Park! Join the community as we roll out the carpet in South Park green for Don Chente, one of our newest restaurants. You’ll be able to experience a taste of the great food, speciality drinks, and thrilling Mariachi at next April’s Green Carpet event! Make sure you’re on the list and RSVP today!
Celebrating the vibrant art of dance, Dance Camera West (DCW) presents the 14th Annual Dance Media Festival, a public event incorporating dance explored through film and live performance. Taking place at various venues in Beverly Hills (UTA Screening Room), Downtown Los Angeles (MOCA, historic Palace Theatre, REDCAT), Hollywood (historic Egyptian Theatre), Santa Monica (Aero Theatre), and Westwood (Crest Theater, UCLA) from April 30 – May 5, 2015, this multi-disciplinary festival promises to offer something for everyone and will showcase many forms of dance including modern, post modern, world, tap, dance theater, ballet, hip-hop and practically all dance that has been captured on film in a way that is of quality and essential value. Over 30 films will be screened over the course of the Festival connecting diverse cultures and environments through the exploration of dance.
Events and screenings range from free - $15; Festival Kickoff $75. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit www.DanceCameraWest.org.
Highlights of the Festival include:
April 30 Festival Kickoff: West coast premiere of Dancing is Living: Benjamin Millepied
May 1: Opening Night Shorts: A selection of top international short films at The Palace Theatre
May 2: Two daytime screening programs including a celebration of Technicolor’s 100th Anniversary with a
of The Unfinished Dance, with the film’s star Margaret O’Brien in attendance at The Crest Theatre and an evening screening at The Aero Theatre
May 3: Daytime programs at MOCA including Israel Past and Future screenings and a Choreography and Animation Technology Panel with special guests including Frank Gladstone and Peggy Holmes and two evening programs at REDCAT which includes the CalArts Emerging Artists Competition
May 4: UCLA Special Campus Screening
May 5: 4th Annual Dance-A-Long at the Egyptian Theatre - Bring your dancing shoes, friends and family for a fun dance lesson – Free; and the final festival screening Dancing for my Havana
DCW aspires to awaken and infuse the public mainstream with a desire for critical creative programming. The vision of DCW is to present the visual language of dance on screen in a way that stretches the imagination and changes the way we think about dance.
Dance Camera West is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and developing the vibrant art of dance media. DCW connects diverse cultures and environments through its exploration of dance on screen, bringing hundreds of challenging and provocative films to Los Angeles from around the globe, effectively bridging the gap between the uniquely influential Los Angeles film community and the significant local dance populace. Even more importantly, Dance Camera West utilizes the accessible nature of dance as a non-verbal art form to reach across cultural, geographic, and socio-economic divides by making a special effort to engage a wide range of Los Angeles audiences of varying ethnicities and interests, offering everyone a chance to experience the thought-provoking thrill of dance media.
630 W. 5th St., Los Angeles, CA
Our second annual gathering unites students from five Southland graduate writing programs—CalArts, Otis College, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, and USC—to share recent work and tune our ears to the future of language. What are the ideas, forms, questions, syntaxes, images, and narratives of our immediate future? Who better as our compass in the wilds of the now than emerging writers? See website for updates on names of selected student writers.
Reservations recommended. Please visit website for reservation/standby policies.
800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, 90015
Independent, authentic and original, GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter Shelby Lynne inhabits the same space in American music shaped by such like-minded musical renegades as Neil Young, Gram Parsons, Bobbie Gentry, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, and Johnny Cash. Before garnering Best New Artist honors at the 43rd Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2001, the Alabama native released a number of albums, including her 1989 debut Sunrise, 1993's Temptation, 2008's Just A Little Lovin' (her stellar tribute to Dusty Springfield) and her breakthrough I Am Shelby Lynne in 2000. In 2010 she launched her own indie label Everso Records and released four albums, including 2011's Revelation Road. On May 4 Lynne will release her 13th full-length album, I Can't Imagine. Featuring 10 songs written or co-written by the vocalist — including the title track, which premiered on RollingStone.com in February — the highly anticipated album reflects a panoply of Lynne's influences, from Southern soul, Crescent City R&B and California country and western, to the ardent social consciousness of artists such as Woody Guthrie. Lynne is set to perform both the new collection and her landmark album I Am Shelby Lynne live in their entirety in a special nationwide concert tour that's set to begin in Boston on May 7. Ahead of her tour, the GRAMMY Museum welcomes Lynne to the Clive Davis Theater as part of the Americana Series for an intimate performance and discussion surrounding her career and new album, moderated by Scott Goldman, Vice President of MusiCares and the GRAMMY Foundation.
800 E 4th St., Los Angeles, 90013
8:00pm to 11:00pm
LA Weekly presents Artopia at The Container Yard in DTLA! Join us Thursday, April 30th, from 8pm–11pm for LA Weekly's celebration of the vibrant arts and culture scene in Los Angeles! Art, music, food, mixology and fun await you as you step into a wonderland that will excite all of your senses. Curated by Shana Nys Dambrot, this event is sure to inspire.
"My vision for ARTOPIA this year continues and expands on the theme of interactivity, immersion, and experience that animated the 2014 edition — but this year, with a little more peace and love in the mix. Along with the return of favorites like Bohemian Society's edgy live body-painting textiles performance, and Debi Cable's Instagram-breaking 3D Art Gallery, ARTOPIA invites a cast of engaging, beauty-obsessed installation and performance artists and progressive video programmers to celebrate the release of the Weekly's People Issue by genuinely showing our love for the people. Setting the audio atmosphere for a night of hosted bars, botanical stimulation, appreciation of the human body, and the magic of art being made before your eyes will be the one and only Jeremy Sole — friend of all things beautiful, and so much more than just your favorite DJ." — Shana Nys Dambrot
*This event is 21+. Anyone who is under 21 is not permitted, even when accompanied by an adult. All guests must present a valid ID at check in to show proof of age and be admitted.