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LA Web Design Camp
Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 10:30 PM (PST)
Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
4800 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90027
LA Web Design Camp November 15th, 2012, 5:00 PM - 10:30 PM - Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, Hollywood CA 4:50 PM Registration (food will be served) 5:25 PM Introduction 5:30 PM Responsive Design using HTML5 and CSS3 - Brian Wood Come see how most of us...
DesignerCon 2012 in South Pasadena
Nov 3,[masked]:00 am - 6:00 pm | Saturday
Pasadena Civic Center
300 East Green Street
South Pasadena, CA
Designer Con is an annual art and design convention that smashes together collectible toys and designer apparel with urban, underground and pop art! Payment required - 5.00
Jen Stark: To the Power Of
Sat. from September 28 until November 3
@ Martha Otero
820 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Jen Stark cut a hole the shape of a water lily into the northernmost wall of Martha Otero gallery, then built up layer upon layer of carefully colored paper, each cut in the same plantlike shape but each smaller than the last. The result is a twisting vortex of color that gets narrower and narrower and finally disappears. The best works in Stark's current show are similar: powerful, precise, dimensional and mostly made of paper. 820 N. Fairfax Ave.; through Nov. 10. (323)[masked], marthaotero.com. — By Catherine Wagley
Every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. from July 26 until November 4
Audrey Chan's video Chinatown Abecedario, illustrated like a children's book, gives one Chinatown truth or cliche for each letter of the alphabet. For "G," galleries are the gateway to gentrification. For "H," hipsters get high outside of the bar Hop Louie. For "W," Walmart moves in to lower wages in the neighborhood. Then the video repeats, in Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin, though, of course, the fact that it's based on the ABCs means English still dominates its structure. Chan's piece is part of "(de) Constructing Chinatown" at the Chinese American Museum, along with work by other contemporary artists trying to understand how the kitsch, the upstart art spaces and the strange history feed into what Chinatown is now. 425 N. Los Angeles St.; through Nov. 4. (213)[masked], camla.org. — By Catherine Wagley
@ Chinese American Museum
425 N. Los Angeles St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012