Get Out: Airport Art Walk, Short Films, Fashion Show, Oscar Winning Costumes
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Santa Monica Airport Art Walk
From 1-5 this afternoon head over to SaMo for the 3rd Annual Santa Monica Airport Art Walk. Everyone is invited to meet some of the many artists who make the Santa Monica Airport a center of creativity. Artists participating in the walk this year include noted local artists such as Fielden Harper, Jodi Fuchs, Michelle Oppenheimer, and Greg Gioiosa along with dozens of other artists. All along Airport Avenue between Bundy Drive and 23rd Street you’ll find an array of private artist studios, the Santa Monica College Ceramic Studios and Art Mentor Program, and the Ruskin Group Theatre, all of which will be open to visitors during the Art Walk providing a unique opportunity to view the current work of over 60 local artists and explore the spaces where their imaginations take flight.
CoA Short Film Boogie Night
Party with Company of Angeles as they present short film screenings that includes tunes, drink, sustenance & more drink! They are mixin’ it all up to raise $$$ for Company of Angels New Production: L.A. VIEWS II—TALES OF PRESENT PAST. It's happening from 9:00 until "late" tonight inside The Black Box at The Alexandria, and will cost you a mere $10, which gets you a drink, movie screenings, tune-age, cool great company and all the cibo you can mangia. Doors open at 9 and screenings begin at 10.30pm and will include short films featuring Marlene Forte, Xavi Moreno, Tony Gatto, Jamison Newlander and many more TBA.
Feed a Model Flashback 70s Fashion Show
RSVP to attend tonight's Feed a Model 70s fashion show at the Ecco Lounge in Hollywood. The clothing is by Shareen Vintage, and you can participate in a raffle that will raise funds for Operation Smile. The party gets underway at 9:30, and the fashion show starts at 10:30. The raffle drawing will be at 12:30. Call 323-464-2065 to make a table reservation.
The Great Race: Costumes and Screening
In conjunction with “Dressed in Color: The Costumes” the Academy’s Science and Technology Council is screening The Great Race (1965), one of the films represented in the exhibit. See the costumes on display during special viewing hours before and after the screening. Tonight, the Academy presents The Great Race, a film by Blake Edwards described as "a boisterous, freewheeling comedy in which wealthy daredevil The Great Leslie, the maniacal Professor Fate and feminist reporter Maggie DuBois compete in a turn-of-the-century auto race from New York to Paris." Tickets can be purchased online or in person at the Academy box office. The screening is at 8 p.m. at the Linwood Dunn Theater. Doors open one hour before the screening, and all seating is unreserved. For more information, call (310) 247-3600
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