LAX (Live Arts Exchange) DEPARTURE ~ This Saturday

LAX (Live Arts Exchange) DEPARTURE


10PM – 2AM / $10

Departure from the 2014 Live Arts Exchange Festival (LAX) begins with Los Angeles–based artist collective Mothership. Self-described as ‘science funktion, a sporadic function,’ Mothership is a space-themed gathering featuring local DJs, minimal performance and immersive video design.


My Favorite Taco with Fei-Fei, Host of Feided ~ TONIGHT at the Lash in Downtown Los Angeles


What can people expect at your monthly night at the Lash in DTLA?
Lots of tequila and lots of fun. And a ton of dope music. I have a pretty diverse style myself so I’m looking forward to bringing a different flavor to DTLA. A mix of all my favorite artists, friends and of course the Feided crew. It’s all about the vibe for me, whether it’s bass-house-future-indie-trap-hop-electronica. I just want people to have fun.


One Love: Last Days of Summer Nights ~ Sept 20th

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More info here.


Saut x Agod ~ Sons of Anarachy

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Photos by the one and only Alexander The Great. Check out his FLICKR and INSTAGRAM for the best of LA’s graffiti vandals.


Preview: Dirt Cobain and Serf TCF Pop Up Art Show ~ Opens Tonight


The Chosen Few Presents: DIRT COBAIN & SERF TCF pop up art show

Open Bar / DJ / Art

Stone Malone Gallery, 7PM Tonight

7619 Melrose Ave



Barrio Roots Street Art Festival ~ Sept 19-21 in Bell


Festival de Arte en las Calles LA Barrio Roots. 19 al 21 de septiembre en la Ciudad de Bell, al sureste de Los Ángeles.

Dirección: Bell Community Center Area, 6250 Pine Ave, Bell, CA 90201

Participarán reconocidos artistas binacionales.

Se pintarán murales, habrá talleres, exposiciones, conferencias, música, entre otras actividades.

Artists include: El Mac, Caché, Nuke, Man One, Sand One, HEX, and a special exhibition of Chaz Bojórquez…


The Street Art of Laurel Canyon ~ A Visual Tour by Tom Andrews


Los Angeles has a few areas which are synonymous with street art and graffiti– Melrose and Fairfax, the Arts District, the Venice walls, etc. but part of what makes this city a true art lover’s paradise is that public art pops up just about everywhere you look. A unique area of the city which has a vibe all its own, both artistic and otherwise, is Laurel Canyon, and it’s also a surprisingly vibrant place for street art.

Famed as a 70’s singer-songwriter paradise, the area’s home prices have risen to astronomical levels, but there are still artists, hippies, and weirdos hiding out in those canyons and hanging on to the dream. The best street art in this area is site specific and captures the feeling of being in a place that is both urban and natural, a canyon made by millions of years of water but decorated by hundreds of years of humanity. The street art of Laurel Canyon is often subtle, sometimes self-referential, and tends towards the decorative. If there is one theme that seems to unite the work of artists working the streets of the canyon, it’s love.



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This Friday 7:30 at Superchief Gallery in Downtown L.A. Mr VOID (Ruidoson, Tijuana) of Los Macuanos (currently being celebrated as the Mexican Kraftwerk) is doing a special performance / re-score of the 1980s Spanish slasher film PIECES.

The event will also feature some dystopian swap meet style tabling…

8 New Murals by David Flores ~ Pomona


These murals were painted by David Flores in his instantly recognizable signature style. The portraits are of Billie Holiday, Amelia Earhart, Grace Kelly, and Frida Kahlo, and adorn the walls of a new residential development in Pomona called Monterey Station. All photos by our new contributor, The Graffiti Hunter. You can view more photos in the Graffiti Hunter’s extensive archive on Instagram: The Graffiti Hunter’s goal is to document artists working in public art, and create unique content to build awareness of their work. Every few months he produces art cards that are hidden on the streets and in the shops of the LA Arts District.

Keep reading for the full set of new murals…


Lowriting with Art Meza ~ Los Angeles Public Library on October 1, 2014


Join photographer Art Meza for “Lowriting”, on October 1st at 12:15pm as part of the Photographers’s Eye lecture series at the LAPL. Keep reading for all the info…


Video: Street Gospel “Know The Story” ~ Cale One K2S

Learn all LA artist Cale One K2S, in the first installment of video series “Street Gospel”. More at StreetGospelTV.Com