By Pablo Nukaya-Petralia
A new month means new art and culture opportunities in Northeast Los Angeles. From a cruise night on York Blvd. to shows highlighting local artists, here is your guide to local events, courses and more — all of which can be experienced remotely or with social distancing.
Image credit: Arroyo Arts Collective. The Arroyo Arts Collective currently seeks artists, photographers and poets for an exhibition entitled Fools For Hope , about finding hope and creativity in trying times. According to the call, “Artists are encouraged to address (but are not limited to) the following issues in their work: ecological, health or social concerns, personal growth, family, and community involvement.”
Artists have until March 19 to submit their proposal. The exhibition will take place in May. Details are here . There is no entry fee, but artists who are chosen to participate must be or become a current member of the Arroyo Arts Collective; the membership fee is $25. Selected artists will receive payment for their work. “Mirage (Indian & Sienna)” by Zach Storm, as […]