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Pencil This In: Ghostbusters, Goonies and Gremlins at Gallery 1988, Hollywood Club Crawl

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'Watching Over Me' by Nathan Ota, part of an exhibit at La Luz de Jesus Gallery.

'Watching Over Me' by Nathan Ota, part of an exhibit at La Luz de Jesus Gallery.
La Luz de Jesus Gallery is holding receptions for two exhibitions opening tonight. The first is Nathan Ota’s An Unforeseen Homecoming. With works on acrylic on panel, the paintings explore new worlds, both “dark and fantastic.” The second show is Yumiko Kayukawa 49 Days. In Buddhism, the numbers 4 and 9 are bad luck. The paintings in Kayukawa's show all carry a feeling of existing between life and death, and her images of food and chopsticks can pertain to either. Opening receptions are tonight from 8-11 tonight. CLUB CRAWL
There’s a Club Crawl tonight in Hollywood organized by Nasstive Entertainment. Get a ticket, and meet at 10 pm in the Beauty Bar in Hollywood. The ticket includes cover for the bar and three other clubs (Ecco , Cabana Club, Kress) within walking distance, and it also no waiting in lines. Tickets: $15 pre-sale / $20 at event.

Gallery1988 & The Autumn Society presents the exhibit The 3G Show: Ghostbusters, Goonies and Gremlins. It opens tonight and runs through Sept. 22. Tonight’s reception will kick off with a nostalgia based party, where a Ghostbusters Ecto-1 and original Ghostbuster are scheduled to appear.

There’s a closing reception/book signing for the Moonshine show at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra. Moonshine features personal artwork 45 DreamWorks Studio art directors, production and character designers, and visual development artists, who’ve worked on films like Puss in Boots, Shrek Forever After, The Croods, Kung Fu Panda 2, MegaMind, and The Guardians of Childhood. 7-10 pm.

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