Recommended openings for this weekend

Edward Walton Wilcox 'Weeping Widow' - featured this Sat at Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Thurs, May 13th Noon-9PM
Downtown Art Walk
www.downtownartwalk.com  

Thurs, May 13th 7PM
Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles
One-night only multi-media event including art, food, and music – free event featuring a sound art performance by Gil Kuno plus all the galleries will be open and there’s a promise of a “Special Guest” which will remain a secret
http://hammer.ucla.edu/  

Thurs, May 13th 7-10PM
Poplock Gallery
211 W. 5th Street in downtown Los Angeles
‘Souper Star’ featuring Warhol inspired works from Plasticgod
(On view through June 5th)
www.poplockgallery.com  

Fri , May 14th 8-10PM
Subliminal Projects
1331 W. Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles
‘Demigods and Cosmic Children’ Photo Exhibit & Book Release with Giovanni Reda
www.subliminalprojects.com

Sat, May 15th 8-11PM
Merry Karnowsky Gallery
170 South La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles / 323.933.4408
‘Fanatic’ featuring new paintings and sculptures from Edward Walton Wilcox
(On view through June 12th)
www.mkgallery.com

Sat, May 15th 7:30-11:30PM ($20 tix in advance – $25 at door / 21 & over)
Royal/T Cafe
8910 Washington Blvd in Culver City
‘Aftershock LA’ – A Benefit For Build Change – will include a Silent Art Auction featuring the work of 92 artists curated by Kio Griffiths, an Earthquake Safety Den, special performance by Rosalba and the Zahira Belly Dancers, music by DJ King Wo, a DIY craft workshop by The Urban Craft Center, game tables, dancing, and much more – admission includes FREE artist designed bag, signature “Ginger Soju Lemonade Trembler” drink ticket, and unlimited photo booth pictures
(On view through May 15th)
www.aftershockla.com  

PUBLIC NOTE:
Now through June 20th / every Sat and Sun from 12:30-4:30PM
Songs & Dances Warehouse
8840 Washington Blvd in Culver City
A free community art workshop setup to make sets and costumes for a contemporary opera set to debut this July in Culver City – all props, sets and costumes for the upcoming production of ‘Songs and Dances Of Imaginary Lands’ will be created from donated recyclable materials – calling all crafters, artists and knitters – looking for plastic bottles, newspapers, corrugated cardboard, old catalogs, junk mail, magazines, etc – questions please call 323.655.2410
www.overtoneindustries.org/sdworkshops.php

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