Now in its eighth year, Art Beyond the Glass is L.A.'s premier cocktail culture festival, featuring more than 100 top bartenders making cocktails and showcasing their artistry, from painting and sculpture to photography, live music and more!
ABTG VIII is taking place at Los Globos, the landmark nightclub located on Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Silver Lake. Opened as L.A.'s first American Legion hall in the 1930s, Los Globos is a massive two-story venue with multiple rooms and state-of-the-art sound and lighting.
Since its inception, ABTG has donated more than $171,000 to cultural nonprofits across the country. This year we are honored to be raising funds for Beautify Earth. Conceived and originally funded by Executive Director Evan Meyer, Beautify Earth is putting an end to blighted walls and fixtures by empowering artists, encouraging social responsibility, and instilling community pride in impoverished or neglected communities, streets, walls and fixtures. Beautify Earth also provides education programs designed to inspire and provide a framework for undiscovered talent to flourish.
Early Bird and General Admission tickets include cocktails, art exhibit, entertainment and bar bites. In addition, guests will be able to purchase bartender art, buy raffle tickets, and bid on silent auction items such as artwork, photography, rare spirits and more. All proceeds from ABTG VIII will be donated to Beautify Earth.
Dedicated to the artistic career advancement of exceptionally gifted young professional musicians and to the promotion of peace and understanding through music.
"...For one evening in July, the iPalpiti Orchestra, the flagship of the region's Festival of International Laureates, holds its annual Grand Finale concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall, and it has become one of the highlights - in some years, the highlight - of the summer here." -Rick Schultz, Los Angeles Times
Bringing the Northern Lights to DTLA with stunning 360° visual projections and a unforgettable performance by Roman Zavada.
About this Event
With an upright piano anchored to the rock of the Canadian Shield, at the edge of the taiga, Roman Zavada created new piano compositions inspired by one of the most spectacular and majestic phenomena on Earth. Under the aurora borealis of the Northwest Territories, he translated in music the feeling of the northern vibes he had experienced for over two weeks. Zavada then returned to the scene of his creation, but this time, to capture with his video team the northern lights in 360 degrees and in real time, never achieved before. Acclaimed by the critics and the public for its beauty and originality, this outstanding 360 degree piano performance immerses the audience above the 60th parallel deep into the heart of the northern spirit.