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the miracle mile art walk

Art | April 11, 2011 |

The Mid City West Community Council presents
The Miracle Mile Art Walk – Saturday April 16th from 2-6pm

After Party for the Art walk from 6-10pm at MK2 Project Space
Cocktails, Hors D’oeuvres, and Special Guest DJ
171 S. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles CA 90036
Valet Parking available from 2-10pm, $3 per car
(Enter through the alley North off of 2nd Street, between La Brea and Detroit)

Featured Galleries include:
Caporale/Bleicher; MK2 Projects
Couturier Gallery; Merry Karnowsky Gallery
Harry Langdon Photography; The Loft at Liz’s    
Jack Rutberg Fine Arts; Tobey C. Moss Gallery

With the generous support of THE KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER, LACMA, DISTRICT LA BREA, and LAUNCH LA. For a map, complete listing of museums, and more than 25 galleries participating in the Miracle Mile Art Walk, please visit www.miraclemileartwalk.com

The April 16th  Art Walk takes place from 2-6pm, with many exhibitions happening throughout the day and night, including: “Some Assembly Required” at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Photography exhibition “Busta and Schude” at Caporale/Bleicher Gallery, BETH VAN HOESEN – Etchings and Drawings at Tobey C. Moss Gallery, “About Face” A New Perspective of Photographic Portraiture, at The Loft at Liz’s, selected works at Harry Langdon Photography, “Solid Stripes” at Merry Karnowsky Gallery, Recent Paintings and Drawings by the renowned Cuban artist, Carlos Estevez, at Couturier Gallery, KAKYOUNG LEE / Visual Artists at the Korean Cultural Center Art Gallery, select gallery exhibitions at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (11am-8pm), and many more throughout the Miracle Mile Arts District. The April after party takes place at MK2 – a new temporary project space for Merry Karnowsky Gallery, where an opening exhibition for artist Samuel Lowder (FrePrs) will take place from 6-10pm – participating galleries with be marked with the Miracle Mile Art Walk sidewalk banners. Also happening is an Earth Day Celebration on the grounds of Park La Brea, sponsored by Craft and Folk Museum. For a map, times, more information on all gallery exhibitions, artist talks, and openings, please visit: www.miraclemileartwalk.com or www.facebook.com/miraclemileartwalk or www.midcitywest.org.

Contact:
Shawni Dracoules
Miracle Mile Art Walk Director
Shawni.D@gmail.com

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