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Saturday, May 30

Pairing is Caring

Union Station

800 North Alameda St,, Los Angeles, CA 90046

5:00pm to 8:00pm

Join the Inside The Cellar team for our second annual non profit fundraiser - with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA.

What is it?
Pairing is Caring is a Craft Beer & Gourmet Pizza Pairing extravaganza. This year's festivities will take place at the Los Angeles Historic Union Station. Pairing is Caring will feature 8 craft beer stations - with each selection carefully paired with a gourmet pizza created by Chef Marcus Roberto - the Personal Pizza Chef. In addition there will be a Puppy Play Area provided by the Pasadena Humane Society.

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Teka

LACMA

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

5:00pm

From smooth bossa nova to Brazilian jazz to lively sambas, renowned Brazilian vocalist/guitarist Téka and her band perform with authenticity, energy, and charm. The native of Brazil has performed and recorded with national legends Hermeto Pascoal, Gilberto Gil, Flora Purim, and Airto Moreira. She has been featured as soloist with the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, San Luis Obispo Symphony Orchestra, and Glendale Pops Orchestra, and performs regularly at some of Los Angeles, Boston, and New York’s best-known jazz venues.

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Ann Chamberlin's Vaivén, New Paintings from Mexico

Lora Schlesinger Gallery

2525 Michigan Ave. B5b, Santa Monica, 90404

5:00pm

Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents Ann Chamberlin’s Vaivén, New Paintings from Mexico. The show is the artist’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition opens on Saturday, May 30 from 5 – 7 pm and is on view through July 11, 2015.

Vaivén, New Paintings from Mexico are inspired by places constantly in flux, where people are passing through. An airport, an airplane, a hotel lobby or an RV Park; she captures the energy of these environments by incorporating multiple points of view and vantage points in one picture plane. Within the work, there is no singular linear anecdote. Like a kaleidoscope of thoughts, her tales spin around and around. She creates evocative narratives that explore social and political scenarios that are intriguing, endearing, and at times unsettling. Subtle implications of crimes are apparent within the imagery, such as the women counting boxes of money in the painting “Money Counters in Panama”. In the painting 10 women surround a table sorting and counting boxes of cash. The bills are compiled and stacked neatly into cardboard boxes. In the foreground, a woman with a red dress addresses the viewer, with a notebook in hand. The somber look on their faces, their undergarments peeking through their patterned dresses, and the small island in the distance, creates an open-ended narrative for the audience to interpret the work.

Ann Chamberlin was awarded the City of Los Angeles Individual Artists’ Fellowship Grant and the J. Paul Getty Individual Artist Grant and was a Fulbright Scholar to Medellín, Colombia. Chamberlin has shown at many museums and galleries including the Gallery at REDCAT, Los Angeles, The Frye Art Museum, Seattle, the Armory Center for the Arts, and the Long Beach Museum of Art.

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Art show: AnimalDayDreamingRandomness

Washington Reid Gallery

6110 W Washington Blvd., Culver City, 90232

6:00pm to 4:00pm

Come visit the Washington Reid Gallery to see "AnimalDayDreamingRandomness: Drawings, paintings and collage" featuring UCPLA artists Tim Son, Dale Riley and Sally Sewell. Also check out the WRG Project Space, featuring LA based guest artist Magda Audifred, and the Featured Artist Wall showcasing Coby Bulnes and Regina Swiderski.

The show will be on display from May 30 2015 to July 3 2015.

Also join us for the opening reception happening on May 30th from 6-9 pm at the gallery, 6110 W Washington Blvd. Light refreshments will be served.

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Elixir The Show - Saturday May 30th - The Federal Bar

Federal Bar

5303 Lankershim Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

7:00pm to 10:30pm

Love Is For The Heart...But Elixir Is For The Soul! Saturday May 30th, The Federal Bar proudly presents Elixir - The Show, "LA's Best Variety Show" .

Free Admission, 21+ with ID. Doors/Dinner 7:00pm, Showtime 8:00pm sharp, DJ/Dancing Afterparty at 10:30pm. Elixir is the absolute best variety show in Los Angeles. Part Mad Men, Part Rat Pack, Part Hee Haw, Part Laugh-In...Elixir features live music from jazz/funk band Funky Munky, dancers, comedians, burlesque artists, pole dancers, dance troupes, games/prizes, shenanigans and more. All Elixir guests will receive free admission for DJ/dancing afterparty.
Check out our video trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_3yHR7nKRA and photos from last month's event at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1638706723007455.1073741845.16...

RSVP for a table to [email protected]. Tables are for dinner guests only, so please come with an empty stomach, and ready to indulge in delicious food and drink. We strongly encourage early arrival for dinner to allow maximum enjoyment of the show. First Come, First Serve on tables and general admission.

Grab your friends, break out your dandy gear and slink on down to The Federal Bar for Elixir The Show.

Elixir The Show
The Federal Bar
5303 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
(818) 980-2555
www.elixirtheshow.com
[email protected]
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http://instagram.com/elixirtheshow/
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ARATANI WORLD SERIES presents: VIVER BRASIL / Katia Moraes

Aratani Theatre

244 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, 90012

7:00pm to 10:00pm

Power, energy and passion are signature characteristics of the award winning Viver Brasil Dance Company rooted in the benevolent heart of African heritage of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Artistic duo Linda Yudin and Luiz Badaró use their distinctive choreographic voice to propel the fourteen-member company into a new era of work. A street-wise celebration of hypnotic rhythms of samba soundscapes transcend into a deeply ceremonial reverence saluting the essence of peace under the white cloth of Obatala.
Blessed with a songbird’s voice, a poet’s heart and an entertainer’s vision, Kátia Moraes is the complete package. Since leaving Rio de Janeiro in the 1980s, Kátia has been offering alluring and captivating songs to the rest of the world. Her voice is rich, sensual and as expansive as Rio’s ocean. An evening with Kátia and the Brazilian Hearts is filled with joy, love and the spirit of Brazil.

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