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Let’s meet for the Women’s Day Celebration at the Wiltern! This year everyone can celebrate Women, Diversity & Entertainment with a special screening of Thelma & Louise
The Wiltern will have a panel of women discussing their careers, obstacles, advice and recommendations for young women wanting to go into business starting at 7PM.
MODERATOR: Lisa Licht, Live Nation, Chief Marketing Officer
PANELISTS: Alisa Xayalith: Lead singer of The Naked & Famous, Kristin Schaffer: Executive Director of Women In Film Association, Tori Letzler: Singer and composer for film music (American Horror Story: Coven) & Callie Khourie: Writer (Thelma & Louise)
This celebration of Women’s Day (March 8th) will highlight the story of friendship, courage, and freedom with a screening of THELMA & LOUISE (2h 20m). Doors open at 6PM, Panel starts 7PM and the Movie screens 8:30PM
This is an all ages event for girls, women, transgender, men, boys, fathers, mothers, friends, sisters and friends! It’s a great opportunity to see women who will talk not only about successes but failures and how they kept moving to fulfill their dream of success. Tickets are $10.50 (GA) and $14 (VIP with reserved seeking area, skip the line & one popcorn). Partial proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood LA
GA Tickets $10.50 plus fees: General Admission Seating, first come first serve
VIP Tickets: $14 plus fees: General Admission Reserved seating in VIP area, Skip the Line, One popcorn.
How do you plan to celebrate Woman’s Day? What’s your favorite woman empowerment film? Leave a comment below of what movie should be on my must watch list!
3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Wednesday March 8, 2017 Doors open at 6pm
Posted in Film, Los Angeles Tagged with: AHS Coven, Alisa Xayallith, Callie Khourie, fun things to do, Kristin Schaffer, Lisa Licht, Live Nation, Mid Wilshire, Naked & Famous, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, Thelma & Louise, Tori Letzler, Wiltern, Women in Film, Women's Day Celebration
Posted in Food, Gift Ideas, Los Angeles, museum Tagged with: Adam Nystrom E.P. & L.P., Aquafina, Bearclaw Kitchen, Beautiful Things LA, Ben Scott of Miro, Brynn Smith of Sotto, Califia Farms, Choctál Single-Origin Ice Cream, Chris Whelan of Sassafras, Christiaan Rollich of the Lucques Group, Christmas, Cocktails, Copenhagen Pastry, Creme Caramel LA, Darwin Manahan of 71ABOVE, Derek Lyons of Sonny's Hideaway, Destiny Candle, DIABOLO Beverages, DRY Sparkling, Farm Fresh to You, Foodie, Gabriella Mlynarczyk of Birch, Gregory Westcott of Hinoki & the Bird, Hanukah, Hendrick’s Gin, Holiday Party, Hustler Hollywood, Jeremy Lake of Lost Property, Joshua Goldman of The Bar at Belcampo Santa Monica, kind, LA Weekly Sips & Sweets, Matt Wise of The Roger Room, McConnell's Fine Ice Creams, Mid Wilshire, Mike Lay of Broken Spanish and BS Taqueria, Milagro Tequila, Monkey Shoulder, Petersen Automotive Museum, Reyka Vodka, Robin Chopra of House of Punch, Sailor Jerry Rum, Sips & Sweets, Spearmint Rhino, The Gourmandise School, Tullamore DEW Whiskey, Westbound, WP24 by Wolfgang Puck
Art Weekend LA, the biannual exploration of art fairs, galleries and museums across Los Angeles, will host a tour of Mid-Wilshire tour on Sunday, May 3rd. The tour will begin at LACMA, continue on to the Craft and Folk Art Museum and close with an artist talk at Temporary Space LA. This event is free of charge. For additional information or to RSVP, please visit www.artweekendLA.com or email rsvp@artweekendLA.com.
Art Weekend LA Mid Wilshire Tour Schedule:
1pm – LACMA
Islamic Art Now: Contemporary Art of the Middle East
Larry Sultan: Here and Home
2pm – Craft and Folk Art Museum
Focus Iran: Contemporary Photography and Video
Man-Made: Contemporary Male Quilters
3pm – Temporary Space LA
Walk-through with the artist: Richard Shelton, 50 Years of Painting on view through 6/20
Artist talk and preview of the upcoming exhibition, Signs and Alarms: The Art of Margaret Nielsen and Scott Grieger, 1970-2015
Temporary Space is an alternative exhibition platform to the traditional art gallery model. Unlike the traditional gallery model, Temporary Space will not represent artists. Instead of showcasing the art of developing or emerging artists, Temporary Space will exhibit the art of mid-career and late-career artists, with particular emphasis upon artists who have been under-appreciated, both critically and economically, by the art establishment.
About the artists at Temporary Space LA:
Richard Shelton’s paintings have been displayed in the Smithsonian Art Institute’s Hirshhorn Museum and other museums in the United States and are in numerous private collections. Praised by critics for his technique and intensity, each of Shelton’s emotionally charged paintings offers a snippet of social commentary on life in the modern world.
For painter Margaret Nielsen, the journey has been a recurring theme in her artwork. The painter travels through her work and her own psyche, portraying aspects of life with a universal commonality and delving into the mystery of the human condition. Through the use of recurring imagery such as birds, the four elements, and other natural motifs, Nielsen connects the private, intangible world with the external, physical world. Her paintings, often small, jewel-like, and intimate, evoke Jung’s notion of the collective unconscious in that they touch upon experiences common to us all in the journey through life.
Since the beginning of his career, Scott Grieger has sought to question and challenge assumptions of art and culture. He uses his art to communicate the ironies he observes, juxtaposing conventionally disparate art historical periods, media, imagery, and ideas. Humor and satire are used to question dominant positions, both hidden and implied, often through both text and image. The scope of Grieger’s work has been vast, from combining the signature style of Donald Judd with the body of a guitar to placing the Venus of Willendorf on a bucolic wooden sign next to her husband, Mr. Willendorf. As Grieger states, “free thought is the goal, and in humor there is insight.”
For more information about Art Weekend LA, discounted tickets for particular art fairs, benefits, and VIP events, visit www.artweekendla.com. To help navigate your art weekend, a complimentary art weekend LA program guide will be available for download.
Posted in art, culture, Dating, Los Angeles, museum Tagged with: art, Art Fairs, Art Weekend, Craft & Folk Art Museum, Culture, Free, Galleries, Islamic, LACMA, Larry Sultan, Los Angeles, male quilters, man made, Margaret Nielsen, Mid Wilshire, Middle East, MidWilshire, Painting, Photography, Quilters, Scott Grieger, Temporary Space LA, Tour
LA Mag knows how to party and this year will be no different with one of my favorite holiday parties! It’s in their Mid Wilshire office building always decorated with festive attire, fun people enjoying great music, drinks and food! Make sure you say ‘hi’ when you see me shaking my groove thing!
Tagged with: Bailey’s, catering, Christine, Christmas, December, DJ HEM, Don Julio Tequila, drinks, food, Hanukkah, Holiday Party, Johnnie Walker, Karma Tequila, Ketel One Vodka, Kids Courage, kids of courage, LACMA, Lashem, Los Angeles Magazine, Luna Bar, Malibu Family Wines, Mid Wilshire, NYX make-up, Once Upon a Vine, oostcase, OPI, party, Ratkovich, Schaffer's Genuine Catering, Seasonal, Smirnoff and Tanqueray with wine tastings from Butterfly Kiss, Too Faced, Vina Simpatica Sparkling Wines
music from DJ Hem, food from Schaffer’s Genuine Catering AND photos with Santa. LA Mag’s Big Holiday Party takes place at 5900 Wilshire Boulevard across from LACMA for $49 (all food & drinks included)
Posted in culture, Dating, Fashon, Food, Good Cause, Los Angeles, My pages, tasting Tagged with: Bailey’s, catering, Christine, Christmas, December, DJ HEM, Don Julio Tequila, drinks, food, Hanukkah, Holiday Party, Johnnie Walker, Karma Tequila, Ketel One Vodka, Kids Courage, kids of courage, LACMA, Lashem, Los Angeles Magazine, Luna Bar, Malibu Family Wines, Mid Wilshire, NYX make-up, Once Upon a Vine, oostcase, OPI, party, Ratkovich, Schaffer's Genuine Catering, Seasonal, Smirnoff and Tanqueray with wine tastings from Butterfly Kiss, Too Faced, Vina Simpatica Sparkling Wines