Friday, February 14, 2014

Cosmic paintings of Earth traveling beings ) 

Visual Arts Calendar Release

WHO: Artist Enrique Brito, ( )

WHAT: EvolutionArte, twenty paintings from the last decade of works by Cosmic Painter Enrique Brito, curated by Efren Luna

WHERE: In the Echo Park gallery of Multi-Cultural Artists United (MCAU), 220 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles 90026 (Glendale / Court)

WHEN: Opening Reception Saturday March 1, 2014, from 4 pm to 9 pm. Closing Show March 9, 2014, from 4 pm to 9 pm

HOW: Open free admission for the general public daily from March 1st to 9, including gatherings on opening and closing dates, with performances by Tenoch Productions troubadours, DJ Irma Cui-Cui, and others. A join event organized at the Echo Park locations of MCAU Gallery and upstairs studio of Green Artists International.

...the Green Stage Alliance is a network of ecological artists incorporating recycled and found materials into their work. The Alliance collaboration in this EvolucionArte exhibition by Enrique Brito curated by Efren Luna also include Accent Metal Works, Producciones Tenoch and KPFK Voces, lead by Green Artists International.
The Green Stage Alliance is based on our 2006 Green Stage Resolution and 2007 Zero Waste Resolution of the National Latino Congreso, which may be reviewed at www.GreenStageAlliance as well as posting of other events and statements. The Alliance is committed to the development of Zero Waste practices in Echo Park. Previews events include exhibits and performances at the annual Echo Park Arts Walk and the upcoming Cuban Festival next Saturday May 18, 2014.
Our goal is replacing oil based plastics and Styrofoam by using biodegradable greenware at business and public events.

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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Subversive Works/Sustainable Art

A Workshop and Discussion with Latin American Book Artists
Visions and Voices

Click here to take a look at the magic work of Editorial Vigia in Matanzas, Cuba

Friday, February 28, 2014 : 2:30pm to 5:00pm
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall
Doheny Memorial Library 240

Publishing collectives are transforming the nature of books and literacy throughout the Americas. A discussion and workshop with leading artists, scholars and founders of book-publishing collectives in Matanzas, Cuba, and Chiapas, Mexico, will explore the artistry and social vision of Latin American artists’ books—which use a variety of found, handmade and recycled materials—and the recent cartonera publishing phenomenon.