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Open Art Studio in partnership with Funny Zoo At The Zimmer Museum


Open Art Studio in partnership with Funny Zoo http://www.funnyzoo.us/
Throughout the month of February, the Zimmer recognizes International Polar Bear Day (Feb 27)! Join us for Open Art Studio every Tuesday in February as we draw, paint, and collage our Funny Zoo polar bear! Funny Zoo is a playful, colorful public art exhibit and cultural initiative that features numerous life-sized sculptures of wild animals. The movement is designed to promote awareness of biodiversity, as well as conservation of the Earth's endangered species and environment.
All drop-in programs are free with paid museum admission. Zimmer Children’s Museum is located on the lobby level of the Goldsmith Jewish Federation Building, 6505 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Please check our website at http://www.zimmermuseum.org or call (323) 761-8984 for further information. You can also “like” us on Facebook or “follow” us on Twitter!

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How Music Dies (or Lives): Field Recording and the Battle for Democracy in the Arts.

Book Soup

8818 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069


All recordings document life, arising from a specific time and place, and if that place is artificial, the results will be as well. Culled from a lifetime of learning through failure and designed to provoke thought and inspiration for artists in every medium, How Music Dies (or Lives) is a virtual how-to manual for those on a quest for authenticity in an age of airbrushed and Auto-Tuned so-called artists. Author and Grammy-winning producer Ian Brennan chronicles his own journeys to find new and ancient sounds, textured voices, and nonmalleable songs, and he presents readers with an intricate look at our technological society.  This guide serves those who ask themselves, what’s wrong with our culture? Along with possible answers are lessons in using the microphone as a telescope, hearing the earth as an echo, and appreciating the value of democratizing voices.

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