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Get Out: Street Meds, Night of the Living Dead, Culver City Art Openings, and Please Remember Everything

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Street Meds @ Hotel Shangri-La
Street Meds is an art show and event at the Hotel Shangri-La in Santa Monica, where you'll get to see a collection of Los Angeles' illustrious street art-- broadly constructed. Expect to find everything from poster bombers, graffiti expats, installations and painted skateboards as well as video artistry and photography available for purchase. Curated by Anchor Cult, the concept behind Streets Meds, street art injecting resources into medical care for the homeless and underserved, promotes the potential of art generating tangible resources in the community. Proceeds from Streets Meds will benefit the Venice Family Clinic. 3pm-Midnight. @Hotel Shangri-La pool, Free.

"Night of the Living Dead" @ Cinespia
Summer is truly over, as tonight is the last screening at Cinespia for the season. See the 1968 horror cult classic Night of the Living Dead, directed by George Romero. DJ Nobody spins before and after the screening. Gates 6:30 pm, movie 8:00 pm, no reservation necessary; $10 donation tickets available at gate.

Culver City Art Openings
There are a handful of openings tonight at galleries in Culver City: "When the Shit Hits the Fan/New Paintings" by Mark Dean Veca @ Western Project (6-8pm); "Bodies," an exhibition of new paintings by Alexandra Grant @Honor Fraser (6-8pm); "Seven Card Stud," an exhibition featuring works by Brian Bress, Matt Connors, Mari Eastman, Peter Harkawik, Nick Herman, Alex Klein and Nathan Mabry @Cherry and Martin (6-8pm); New work by Dirk Skreber @Blum and Poe (6-8pm); New work by David Noonan @David Kordansky (6-9pm); "Sentinel," an exhibition of paintings and audio by Jimmy Baker @Roberts & Tilton (6-8pm); The Inauguration of China Art Objects in Culver City (6-10pm).

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