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Announcing the Second Annual Atwater Art Walk!

It’s our pleasure to announce the Second Annual Atwater Artwalk!  Join us on June 16th on Glendale Blvd.


  • This year we’re back with a Grand Prize of $1,000.
  • Several locations along the boulevard will feature artwork.
  • Interactive art – a collective project made during the Art Walk.
  • Live Music!
  • Did we mention the prizes?
  • $1,000: Grand prize– Awarded from our judges
    $250: Photography prize – Awarded from our judges
    $250: Sculpture prize – Awarded from our judges
    $250: Painting prize – Awarded from our judges
    $250: Best in show – Voted on by attendees


Make plans now to join us on June 16th!

We’re looking for your artwork. Please submit your work here! All artwork must be submitted before 5PM on June 6, 2012.




The Art of Thai Cultural Day

The Intersection of Beer and Church

For centuries, monasteries served as bastions of civility, preserving learning and extending charity to those around them. In this context a rich tradition of beer making developed, one that provided for the poor and evidenced a belief in a God who desires to see life and creativity flourish. Sadly, this sacred craft has all but disappeared from the Church today.

For this reason Northland Village Church has chosen to embrace this art, because we also are a people who care about community, hospitality, and creativity. This beer is the fruit of our labor. We hope enjoying it will spark good conversation and deep reflection on the beauty of this life.

NVC has bottled our first batch of beer, connecting with the historic tradition of the church being the place that makes the best brew. Our beer, “The Reconciler”, will be released on July 18 at 55 Degree wine in Atwater Village at 7pm.


will be given to all who attend (over 21)! That’s right, a free glass of our craftsmen double Belgium, laced with a hint of IPA will be given to celebrate the occasion. Also, non-alcoholic root beer will also be given away at the event for those who don’t drink alcohol. See you on July 18!!!

Reserve your glass at our Facebook Page.

Summer Nights to Include Art in Atwater

There has been a budding tradition building with the Summer Nights on the Blvd. happening in Atwater Village. This tradition continues to grow as this year’s events will all include art dispursed throughout the village.  Be sure to check out the new website for details on how this will unfold.

An art showcase and competition hosted by Hypnotiq Solutions and Santosha Space celebrating “Summer Nights on the Boulevard” curated by Adriana Franco


Documentary of the Artwalk Launched

Thanks to Long Hall Entertainment for filming the event

Voices from Chornobyl Jr.

voices from chornobyl · 40 min · $5 to $10 · Ages 8+ · family friendly · world premiere · June 11, 18, 19, 25 & 25 at 1pm

Local teaching artist Cindy Marie Jenkins premieres this interactive children’s story, and can offer discounted tickets to the first 3 shows. Good educational fun for the entire family. Use the code “ATWATER” at the checkout and pay whatever you want for a ticket (and it can be $0).

Katya was 9 when the accident at the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant changed her life. An interactive and educational story of a young girl struggling with her world, brought to you by the Awareness Team of Voices From Chornobyl. Profits go to Chernobyl Children International. (Please note: we do not take any stance on nuclear power; this is not a political piece in any way. More info on our website.)

To buy tickets:

For more information and behind-the-scenes:

People can also email me directly if they have questions:

New Art at the Library


“Atwater Village has a new addition to its’ public art landscape. A new untitled “graffiti mural” now adorns the rear wall of Samurai Automotive at 3105 Casitas Ave, just next to the “Trains Shaping History” mural.”

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Culver City ARTWALK

The City of Culver City will present the sixth annual ARTWALK Culver City on Saturday, June 4, 2011.
This free, self-guided tour of local art galleries and exhibition spaces is sponsored by The Hammer Museum, ForYourArt, 89.9 KCRW, LA Weekly, Flavorpill and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
ARTWALK Culver City opens the doors of the area’s art galleries to introduce a wider audience to the unique vitality of the artist spaces of Culver City. This event especially celebrates the Culver City Art District, a cluster of galleries exhibiting new and distinguished artists, which is located near the intersection of Washington and La Ciengea Boulevards.

Over thirty-five galleries will be open from 2:00pm to 6:00pm and selected galleries will remain open until 8:00pm that evening. The event will kick-off with a 2:00pm performance of artist Gary Baseman’s Giggle and Pop! at Helms Walk in the Helms Bakery District. During the afternoon, there will be free, interactive art-making opportunities offered by Graphaids and Art Works Studio & Classroom in the Culver City Art District. The City of Culver City encourages bus transportation and bicycle riding for ARTWALK Culver City. Culver CityBus will offer an ARTWALK Bus Pass and a special shuttle bus on the day of the event. The City of Culver City Bicycle and Pedestrian Initiative and the Culver City Bicycle Coalition, a local chapter of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, will offer Bike Valet in the Culver City Art District from 1:00pm to 6pm. Please contact the Culver City Cultural Affairs Hotline at 310.253.5716 or log onto for more information on ARTWALK Culver City.

Phone: 310.253.5716
Price: FREE

Where: Culver City Art District, 8609 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
Date: June 4, 2011
Time: 2:00pm–8:00pm

Film Oppportunity for Local Artists

TRANSIENTS is a short film about two artists with disabilities (a deaf musician and an environmental artist), and you can see the trailers for the film online here:

We are looking for real artists to do artwork as part of the festival within the film. (Cannot be SAG)

Here’s what you need to know about the shoot itself:

Depending on your art form, you would be a painter, sculptor, environmental, or mixed media artist at an arts festival. Your scene would be filmed at Ford Park in Redlands on May 27, and you would be needed from 8am-4pm or so. You would be expected to be committed as an actor on the film, which means being there on time and ready with the necessary items.

You will be allowed to work on your art the entire time, even when you are not being filmed. Also, we may be getting a tarp or canvas that is 6×6 or 12×12 so that the artists can potentially collaborate on a large-scale live painting to debut at the film’s summer premiere.

You would need to bring your own items (canvas, brushes, paints, materials, easels, tools, objects use for your sculpture, etc), *wear NO white or green*, and have no nudity. If you have a live subject you want to paint or sculpt, bring them along (they just can’t be nude)! You can bring a current painting or installation you are working on and also some old ones for display. You are encouraged to bring friends who engage in any or all of the following mediums, who would also bring their own materials and work on their projects: sculpture, painting, mixed media installation, found object art, environmental art. We want to create a DIY atmosphere.

We’d love to have you in the film.

I look forward to hearing from you!


Rhianon Elan Gutierrez

Director and Writer, Transients

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