431 W. Seventh St., Los Angeles, CA
3:30pm to 7:30pm
On June 30, dozens of top bartenders from across Los Angeles will gather for ART BEYOND THE GLASS II, a unique event that focuses on community, creativity and fundraising. ABTG II is a showcase for LA bartenders, who will create all of the cocktails and art, as well as all performances and music. Proceeds from ABTG II will go to Art Share LA, a sanctuary in the Arts District that provides an open space for artists, students, and community supporters to teach, learn, live, showcase, perform, and connect.
Art Beyond the Glass II is being held at the historic Los Angeles Athletic Club (LAAC) in Downtown LA, which has remained dedicated to its mission of providing for the body, mind and spirit of its members. ABTG II will take place in the newly-opened Invention bar and lounge, and other spaces throughout the spectacular LAAC. Tickets include entry to ABTG II, cocktails, passed apps, and DJ and music performances. Bartender artwork will be available for purchase. In addition, there will be raffle giveaways and silent auction items.
720 B ALLIED WAY PLAZA EL SEGUNDO. EL SEGUNDO CA 90245, EL SEGUNDO, CA 90245
8:00am to 12:00pm
Artlife Gallery is pleased to offer a group exhibition of fine arts, including paintings, sculptures, ceramics, mixed media and photography by South Bay artists. The exhibition will be on view from Se...
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Glow is returning to the splendor of Santa Monica Beach on September 28, 2013. Building on the extraordinary success of Glow 2008 and Glow 2010, the free dusk-and-beyond event features the work of international, national and local artists. Glow is the first all-night art event in the United States that emphasizes the commissioning of original artwork. Glow projects invite active audience engagement and exploration and constantly surprise in their unexpected placement in spaces and times not normally reserved for fine art. Santa Monica joins such cities as Paris, Toronto, Montreal, Rome, Brussels, Minneapolis, Tel Aviv and Riga as part of a global movement producing “white night” or “nuit blanche” events.