2220 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057
(SEPT. 10-13) SURFACING is an unfurling lament, rendered through song, video and stage, of the brilliant human details we lose track of and recreate in the ongoing disintegration and reintegration of culture and history. The piece employs Waller’s signature collision of song, storytelling and visual stage picture to reassemble the stories of characters collected in a single living room one January evening in Manhattan.
“Though he might be better known as a pop singer-songwriter–albeit one of uncommon delicacy and sophistication– Waller is making his mark in multidisciplinary theater.” - OREGON LIVE
Wednesday, Sep 10 2014 8:00 pm
Friday, Sep 12 2014 8:00 pm
Saturday, Sep 13 2014 8:00 pm
Up and Down Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, 90039
4:00pm to 10:00pm
Stroll the eclectic neighborhood of Elysian Valley (aka "Frogtown") to discover “pop-up” galleries, studios and impromptu art venues where local artists/artisans will display their work. Three stages of musical acts, night insect viewing, balloon mapping, pedestrian cabs, hula hooping contest, chalk wall and more.
Linden Ave. and E. Broadway, Long Beach, CA
4:30pm to 10:30pm
Exhibits of paintings, sculpture, photography and crafts all greet those who venture to visit this beach-and-harbor-side city's downtown district. This monthly event also includes two stages for live music and street performances.
9:00am to 8:00pm
LATINOS IN HOLLYWOOD PHOTO EXHIBIT - Celebrating the accomplishments of Latinos in film and television throughout the history of Hollywood, famous Latinos both past and present will be highlighted in a special photo exhibition. Various locations throughout Los Angeles, such as LAX Terminal 4, where 90,000 daily passengers will experience the exhibit, along with the Los Angeles Library and others, with a final showing at “Bailamos L.A.” at The Greek Theater on October 18th.
550 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, 90071
Tiphanie Brooke aka Anti-Girl puts on her first glow-in-the-dark art exhibit at the Standard in Downtown. In 2009, Brooke turned her hearts collection (2008 – 2010) into various large installations, with the first unraveling at Phoenix Design Week (AIGA). Tiphanie adapted these pieces for both public and private — collectors and clients. As well as designing and building an installation for her solo show, a heart condition.
In early 2010 she began experimenting with manual photography and by April 2010, she had won an award from Phoenix College for a deconstructed photo she took, which was later displayed at the Phoenix Art Museum.
In May 2012 she moved back to Los Angeles (Tiphanie is originally from San Pedro, California), to attend Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, where she is currently earning her BFA in graphics. Since returning, she created, "The Heart of LA" (icon) which she originally designed as a response to Milton Glaser's I heart NY and as a further adaption to her lovelife heart. Her LA heart has attracted a lot of attention and is quickly becoming an "urban art icon" around the city of angels. - discoverLA