Women in Games International (WIGI) Annual E3 Expo.
Exchange LA in downtown LA.
Sponsored by Treyarch, Unity, & GameDocs.
Wed, June 14, 2017
7:00 PM – 11:59 PM PDT
My After Lifepiece will be shown on the screens at the party!
Join Women in Games International and Two Bit Circus as we celebrate and promote diversity in the game industry and STEAM education! WIGI’s annual E3 party is always a main attraction at E3, and this year shall not disappoint.
FRIDAY April 28, Rhythms + Visions /Expanded + Live 3 outside our building.
Work from over 60 of our current students, alumni and faculty will be featured in the event!
Rhythms + Visions / Expanded + Live 3 will light up the outdoor spaces of the USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex in an evening of music, interactive animation, projection mapping, animated inflatables, and virtual reality. Innovative artists Refik Anadol, Miwa Matreyek, and Patterson + Reckinger will perform an eclectic program of contemporary visual music and audio-visual art.
Groundbreaking artist Refik Anadol, who has performed visuals with the L.A. Philharmonic at Disney Hall, will create imagery on a super-panoramic 70-foot screen to live performances by Grammy Award–winning pianist Gloria Cheng and guzheng player Zi-Zhu Zhao. Patterson + Reckinger’s kinetic op-art abstractions will be accompanied by toy piano trio, Thomas Feng, Alexa Constantine, Dante Luna. Music by composers John Adams, Esa Pekka Salonen (piano), Tristan Perich (3 toy pianos and 3-channel, one-bit electronics) and Pantawit Kiangsiri (guzheng) will be performed live.
On a second stage, Miwa Matreyek performs her fantastical shadow theatre work, The World Made Itself, inside a multi-projection stage. Miwa takes us on a journey through her surrealistic and magical worlds as she interacts within the projection. She has performed her work at MoMA, the Tate Modern, REDCAT, and Sundance. The VR Visual Music Lounge will offer exciting virtual-reality musical experiences and interactive installations from international artists as well as USC faculty and students.
Check out this teaser for the Bjork VR experience, which will be featured in the VR Visual Music Lounge.
Presented by USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative. Produced by Michael Patterson, Candace Reckinger, Eric Hanson (Cinematic Arts).
The exhibition features local, national, and international artists whose work incorporates images and objects of skulls and bones, exploring classic images from the Renaissance period to new expressions in contemporary art. The public is invited to participate in the the Día de los Muertos cultural celebration.
Q Art Salon
205 N. Sycamore St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 Opening Night: June 6th 6-10 PM
Exhibition: June 7th – 28th, 2015
Los Angeles (May 15th, 2015)— Q Art Salon is pleased to present, Rising Stars II. The opening reception will be held at the Q Art Salon in Santa Ana, CA on June 6, 2015 from 6-10pm. The exhibition will be on view through June 7-June 28, 2015 and is free and open to the public. Announcing Rising Stars II, part two of a two-part exhibition, highlighting the accomplishments of Master of Fine Arts candidates from Laguna College of Art + Design’s MFA programs in Drawing and Painting. While these artists are unified by their skillful approaches to representational art, each one speaks with a unique voice while exploring diverse interests, issues and techniques. These remarkably talented individuals are poised to become the art world’s rising stars.
Rising Stars II: Angie Jones, Emily Gordon, Justin Snodgrass, Miguel Camacho-Padilla and Rob Nichols.
New Works by Candidates of Laguna College of Art and Design’s MFA Programs in Drawing and Painting
Q Art Salon, 205 N. Sycamore St. Santa Ana, CA 92701
On October 11 – 12, Helms Bakery District partners with Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason, the husband-and-wife team behind the lifestyle brand AphroChic (http://aphrochic.com/), to bring you a curated and “Remixed” Helms Bakery Pop-up Home. If you are in the Culver City Area, stop by and check it out.
Open to the public:
Saturday, October 11 from 11:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday, October 12. From 11:00am – 3:00pm
Prohibition Gallery is honored to present, Participating Perception, by Los Angeles-based artist, Angie Jones. This new collection of works will be her first solo show at Prohibition Gallery and will feature her oil paintings on canvas. The opening reception of Participating Perception will be held at the Prohibition Gallery on August 16, 2014 from 6-9pm.
The exhibition will be on view through September 6th, 2014 and is free and open to the public. The faces of Participating Perception require your presence. The work begins not in the digital and not in the physical, but in the mix that our minds make of the two. The abstracted paintings mirror an 8-bit, computer generated counter culture. “Peak shift” palettes and a portrayal of persona through paint is inspired by Jones’ 20 year career as an artist working in Visual Effects, Video Games and Animation. Maintaining one foot in the past and another in the future Jones uses digital manipulation, 17th century oil painting techniques, sacred geometry, computer glitch and complex color theories. Participating Perception is a deconstructed, neo-geo perspective defined by creating something new, from something old and making it new again.
Lesher Center for the Arts • 1601 Civic Dr. Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Opening June 12th
June 12th – August 31st, 2014
The Bay Area’s own Bedford Gallery in the pleasant town of Walnut Creek has a Skull Show on view that brings together many interpretations of this ubiquitous symbol of life and death.
Join us Thursday June 12th for the public opening of The Skull Show. Wine and hors d’oeuvres hosted by the Bedford Gallery Guild and Diablo Regional Arts Association (DRAA).
This summer the Bedford Gallery presents The Skull Show, an exhibition featuring nearly 100 artists who have all created work depicting the human skull. This show contains both historic and contemporary pieces from local, national, and international artists.
The Skull Show is an exploration of the role that skulls have played throughout history, used for centuries as a powerful symbol representing life and death, and often seen in art as memento mori, religious icons, and in vanitas themes. This exhibition highlights the skull as an iconic image in the contemporary arts, by examining its prominent place in counter cultures such as skate, surf, tattoo, and urban graffiti projects
Opening: Saturday, April 5th, from 6:30 pm- 9:30 pm
Exhibition: April 5th – May 2nd, 2014
On Saturday, April 5th, Flower Pepper Gallery is pleased to present Of History And Hope, a collection of extinct, endangered, and exotic animal inspired works as portrayed by over 50 diverse and talented artists. 10% of the proceeds from Of History And Hope will be donated to Lions, Tig&& Bears: A Large Cat & Exotic Animal Rescue located in San Diego County. Please join us on April 5th, 2014 at Flower Pepper Gallery for a night of exploration into the magical and mystical world of the wild.
The reception is open to the public and on view until May 2nd, 2014.
Amanda Marsh, Angie Jones, Aniaaaaaaaaa, Blake Aaseby, Christopher Umana, Corrie Gregory, Cory Benhatzelwwwwwww, David Natale, Desiree Fessler, Edward Cao, Erich J. Moffitt, Erik Flores, Graham Curran, Halsey Swain, Heather Gross, Jaclyn Aldereesesesesun Kim, Jeannie L. Paske, Jeff McMillan, Jenna Gibson, Joanne Nam, Jon Lau, Jose Jarrrrrrrrabes, Junhee Sim, Junyi Wu, Kelly Thompson, Kisung Koh, Kowoon Jung, Lauren Marx, Leila Ataya, Lisa Congdon, Luciano Martinez, Marissa Kathleen Quinn, Mariam Keurjikian, Nicole Bruckman, N.S. David, Paige Jiyoung Moon, Paul Barnes, Raymond Sanchez, Robert Yancy, Roland Tamayo, Ron Pete, Ruel Pascual, Samimon KangSimon Kangiser, Stephen Holman, Susanne Apgar, Tiffany Liu, Tory Laaaaaalt Hall, Yejin Oh.
Downtown Dog Rescue is an all volunteer animal charity that rescues and adopts dogs and assists underserved communities, focusing on South East Los Angeles, Watts and Compton. Nicole Bruckman and Marcos Saldana have curated over 50 artists creating dog inspired works for the show.
Participating artists include: Amanda Betz, Cory Benhatzel, Blinky, Mr. Brainwash, Nicole Bruckman, BumbleBee Loves You, Cache,Jose Carabes, Nick Carranza, L. Croskey, Cache, Cat Cult, Chase, Dame, DTOAR, EnikOne, Jeremy Enecio, Miguel Felipe, Desiree Fessler, Sam Flores, Maria Foto, Nate Frizzell, Ken Garduno, Jaime GERMS Zacarias, Jenna Gibson, Patrick Haemmerlein, Walt Hall, Sergio Hernandez, Shane Jessup, Angie Jones, Nom Kinnear King, Dave Kinsey, The London Police, Philip Lumbang, Dave Mac Dowell, Ryan Myers, Richard J Oliver, Julianna Parr, Alice Pine, Vyal Reyes, Amy Ross, Erwin Recinos, Marcos SaldaÃ±a, Heath Satow, Kenny Scharf, Michael Shields, OG Slick, Chris Stangl, Halsey Swain, Heidi Taillefer, Jackson Thilenius, Kelly Thompson, Shark Toof, Christopher Umana, Kelly Vivanco, Kari White, Robert Yancy, and Chet Zar.
Curated by Peter Frank, Laguna Art Museum will host Laguna College of Art + Design’s (LCAD) graduate MFA in Painting and Drawing exhibition Spring 2012. 27 artists from the MFA program at Laguna College of Art and Design. The exhibition will be on display in the museum’s lower level galleries.
The underground skating scene has made its way to the surface as scintillating skate decks fill the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art at CSUSB.
“Full Deck: A Short History of Skate Art” is a traveling exhibition that features beautiful artwork on an unorthodox canvas: skateboard decks. The exhibition also presents the fascinating history of skate art from the 1960s to present day.
“The skate artist’s aesthetic— raw, passionate and personal— is energized by a devotion to the act of skating and a DIY embrace of the skate culture,” said Carrie Lederer, curator of the exhibition.
Featuring demonstrations by Don Pendleton, skater and graphic designer for the skateboarding industry
The SBMA’s 2011 American Series exhibition delves into contemporary American youth culture in a very real way, presenting an anthology of skate art from the 1960’s to the present. Over 300 skateboard decks borrowed from artists, skaters, and companies from across the country will be on display, along with dozens of photographs, other original artwork, videos, and related skate culture paraphernalia.
Full Deck was organized and curated by Carrie Lederer, Curator of Exhibitions and Programs at the Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, California and is traveling to museums, galleries and universities across North America.
Ms. Lederer states:
The multi-media skate art community fosters a highly unique blend of, painting, photography, video, music, stickers, magazines, and clothing – the ever-growing creative by-products stemming from this popular sport and alternative mode of transportation. The eye-catching images on the bottom of these skateboards are one of the purest forms of self-expression: highly personal and mostly created without artistic boundaries – just like skateboarding itself.
The skate artist’s aesthetic — raw, passionate, and personal — is energized by a devotion to the act of skating and a DIY embrace of skate culture … Since the first graphic was drawn onto a board, the culture of skateboarding has grown hand-in-hand with visual arts movements such as the Mission School, Pop Art, and graffiti. The skate culture’s embrace of individual style, approach, and intention is what continues to draw new skaters to this renegade art practice — a hybrid in a realm of its own. And like the inclusive surf community, skaters and skate artists span several generations.
The exhibition includes elegant one-of-a-kind hand-stained decks by Skip Engblom, co-founder of Zepher Skate Shop and profiled in the Hollywood film Lords of Dogtown. A collection of early boards, circa 1960, are on loan from pro skater Sam Cunningham, as well as a broad range of now rare commercial decks (Element, enjoi, Krooked, etc.) from the collection of Mark Whiteley, Editor of SLAP magazine in San Francisco. Jason Strubing, owner of Skateworks in Santa Cruz, also contributed a large selection of significant and historic decks from his collection. Metro Skate (Pleasant Hill), StreetCorner Skate (San Francisco), and Thrasher magazine (San Francisco) also loaned skate art to Full Deck. Nationally known pro skater Corey Duffel contributed selections from his private collection. A selection of skate photography by Bryce Kanights, Tobin Yelland and others will also be on view.
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 22, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
The Gallery at Penn College, on the third floor of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Madigan Library, hosts “Full Deck,” a traveling exhibit of skateboard art on loan from the West Coast, through Sept. 22. An opening reception for the exhibit – an extraordinary medley of eye-popping color, unique self-expression and pungent social commentary – was held Thursday, July 22. “Full Deck” was organized by the Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, Calif. Summer hours at the gallery – in effect through July 31 – are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday to Friday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Regular hours, which resume Aug. 1, are 1-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; 2-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday. All exhibits are free and open to the public. The gallery will close Aug. 7 for commencement and Sept. 4-5 for Labor Day.
As skateboarding grew to encompass both sport and lifestyle, the importance of the skateboard as canvas increased. This traveling exhibition captures the dynamic art and style representative of skate culture from the 1960s to the present. Over 250 boards with images ranging from simple designs to intricate graphics are included in this anthology of skate art. The skateboards and a variety of photographs, art, and other memorabilia are on loan from some of the West Coast’s top skateboard designers, distributors, photographers, and professional skaters.
“The multi-media skate art community fosters a highly unique blend of graphics, painting, photography, video, music, stickers, magazine, and clothing … the eye-catching images on the bottom of these skateboards are one of the purest forms of self-expression: highly personal and mostly created without artistic boundaries—just like skateboarding itself.”
– Carrie Lederer, curator of exhibitions and programs, Bedford Gallery
Gallery Meltdown is very excited to present A Mute of Hounds, a show of dog inspired artwork by 50 amazing artists, to benefit the dogs of Downtown Dog Rescue. 20 percent of all sales of artwork will be donated to Downtown Dog Rescue.
“A Mute of Hounds”
Where: 7522 Sunset Blvd, LA, CA 90046
When: Opening June 12, 2010 from 6-9 pm.
On view from June 12-June 26, 2010
The Downtown Dog Rescue (DDR) is the only program in California, and possibly the United States, specifically founded to assist homeless dog owners spay/neuter, vaccinate, license their dogs, as well as offer a variety of services including crisis care for the life of the dog. Each year Downtown Dog Rescue assists in rescuing over 300 dogs, mostly American Pit bull Terriers and other Power Breeds that often die in the shelters mostly due to unresolved behavioral issues. Each dog we rescue is socialized with other dogs, evaluated for aggression, sterilized, vaccinated and micro-chipped before the dog is adopted out.
We administer innovative programs in various communities in Los Angeles to promote responsible pet ownership, empower individuals to become pet welfare advocates and provide opportunities for compassionate dog lovers (friends, volunteers, and donors) to make a difference in the lives of people and downtown dogs.
Warren Calvo and New Puppy will be hosting an event called “From Within The Shadows” to raise money for projects in Costa Rica that protect and research Endangered Wildlife. 20% of the proceeds will be donated to help further and research the protection of endangered wild life in Costa Rica. Artist for the event have donated to the New Puppy Gallery new work based on the list of endangered species of Costa Rica.
Saturday, March 7, 2009 Premiere Events Center 613 Imperial St. LA, CA 90013
“Wisdom Within Us” is a theme exploring the convergence of the word and the picture; the text and the vision; the concept and the manifestation. On March 7th, emerging and established visual artists and musicians come together to celebrate language and the images it inspires. Each artist has been asked to choose a meaningful quote to influence the creation of a new art piece to be shown as part of their body of work.
Angie Jones, Charge, 96×36, Oil on Canvas
Angie Jones, Secret, 96×36, Oil on Canvas
Create Fixate: Wisdom Within Us Show Pic
OPTICAL LOUNGE ART : PHOTOGRAPHY : SCULPTURE : MULTIMEDIA : INSTALLATION : LIVE PAINTING
Angie Jones : Ashton Trujillo : Betsy Ullery : Chris Dingle : Daniel Mercadante : David Phillips : Ela Boyd : Eric Grimes : Gabriel Rivera : Hans Haveron : Jason Hadley : JC Jaress : Joseph Fernandez : Keri Rosebraugh : Kerianne Connor : Liz Brizzi : Michael Pukac : Michelle Perone : Monica Roache : Neil Simon Poyuzina : Paul Zelevansky : Robert A.D. Frick : Seth Balliett : Treiops Treyfid : Vincent G. Madrid : Walt Hall : Yuki Miyazaki
HOUSE : TECHNO : DOWNTEMPO : BREAKS : DUB : EXPERIMENTAL : WORLD RHYTHMS : LIVE MUSIC
Sunday, October 5 2008, 5:00pm – 9:00pm 2525 Michigan Ave Santa Monica, CA
The 2008 Visual Amalgam Show organizers announce the artist list for the one night only fine art show at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, October 5th, 2008. The show features a collection of personal artwork created by film industry professionals.
The Visual Amalgam Art Show offers the public a rare opportunity to see a collection of personal artwork created by film industry professionals behind some of the biggest motion pictures at one of the premier art venues in the Los Angeles area.
Five-time Academy Award winning visual effects supervisor Ken Ralston (Polar Express, Forrest Gump) will be showing his still photography at the event and Academy Award winning Visual Effects Supervisor Kevin Mack (Speed Racer, Fight Club) will be showing his abstract dimensional math paintings. Production designer Albert Brenner (Georgia Rule, Pretty Woman), who has been nominated for five Academy Awards will be showing several sculptures and paintings.
Other featured artists include John Swallow (Hellboy II: The Golden Army), Angie Jones (Pan’s Labyrinth), Ash Beck (various commericals), Ben Rittenhouse, Dainel Abramovitch (The Brave One), Danny Dimian (Polar Express), Shannon Blake Gans (Live Free or Die Hard), Darren Lurie (Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Diana Walczak (Fantastic Four), Eric Hanson (Cast Away), Eric Robertson (The Da Vinci Code), Evan Jacobs (Resident Evil: Extinction), Joe Strasser (Beowulf), Loic Zimmerman, Owen Demers (The Martix Revolutions), Pam Hogarth, Patrick Finley (I Am Legend), Snow Mack, Vincent Serrittela (Hancock), Karen Murphy-Mundell (the Wolfman).
The James Gray Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, California is hosting the one-night-only event on Sunday October 5th, 2008 from 5pm to 9pm. Admission is free.