Upcoming Shows and Appearances
02/07/14 - 06/17/14
North Hollywood, CA
NRG Recording Studios
Age restrictions: By Appointment Only.
Address: 11128 Weddington Street.
Venue phone: (818) 760-7841.
View work by appointment only. Please contact us to set-up an appointment. Please sign-up for our mailing list for updates.
Past Shows and Appearances
|03/30/14 - 04/12/14||Los Angeles, CA||Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG)||United States|
|Time: 3:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Barnsdall Park 4800 Hollywood Boulevard. Venue phone: 323.644.6269. Gallery Hours: Thursday -Sunday 12noon- 5PM.|
|11/17/13 - 02/17/14||Los Angeles, CA||USC Institute for Genetic Medicine (IGM) Art Gallery||United States|
|Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2250 Alcazar Street, 2nd Floor (on the USC Health Sciences Campus). ART REVEALS ITS HEALING POWER Art 4 all people in collaboration with The University of Southern California Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery presents an intercultural art exhibition, which fosters a discourse about art as an instrument of empowerment, transformation, and healing. The exhibition, Bridge to the Soul: The Art of Healing is curated by the transformative arts organization, Art 4 All People. The exhibition opens to the public with an interactive reception on Sunday November 17th from 2:00pm -6:00pm. At the USC IGAM Art Gallery, 2250 Alcazar Street, 2nd Floor and continues through February 17th, 2014. This November, Lisa Rasmussen M.F.A and Ceylan Hulya M.A. the co-founders of Art 4 All People have gathered a potent group of contemporary Artists, who all have dived deep into the healing alchemy of art, through their process they have embodied their art as an instrument of personal and societal healing. The exhibition will feature a compelling tribe of local and international artists that includes three renowned pioneers in the movement, Leigh McCloskey, Thea Robertshaw, and Deborah Koff-Chapin. Each selected work in the Bridge to the Soul exhibit is a portal, a visceral object of power, which offers the viewer a savory taste of the Art of healing. Art 4 All People has purposely brought this exhibition USC IGM Art Gallery during Art + Health Month to raise awareness as to how engaging in the arts can create holistic, therapeutic, educational, and spiritual practices within individuals, healthcare systems, and the community at large. The interactive exhibition is open to the public from November 17, 2013 through February 17th, 2014 in the Laboratory Wing of the Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery. The Bridge to the Soul exhibition is available to travel to other corporate and nonprofit spaces after February 2014. Throughout the four months. Art 4 All People will host a plethora of Arts and Healing events, workshops, and panels. The IGM Art Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and by appointment on weekends. The Institute for Genetic Medicine is located at 2250 Alcazar Street, 2nd Floor, and Los Angeles, CA 90033, on the USC Health Sciences Campus. www.usc.edu/igm This exhibit is also featured online at Art 4 All Peoples gallery ~AY Atelier Art www.ayateleriart.com Selected Artists in Bridge to the Soul: The Art of Healing Siegfried Knop and Lori Shocket, Thea Robertshaw, Richard K Bacon, Julie Smith and Robert Wertz, Leigh McCloskey, Lorien Eck, Lark Plinsky, Nandhi Tapasyogi, Jaja Dario,Rhonna Del Rio-Ascolese, Deborah Koff Chapin, Lisa Rasmussen, Ceylan Hulya, Mykal Aubry, Aazam Irilian Judith Campanaro, Laura K. Bohn, Brian Leonard, Marianne Barnard, Daniel Leighton, Michele Ogilvie, Emily Branch, Lyle Everett Rushing, Marcus Maria Jung. Check out more details about the opening at this link http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=582cbcd9a8a8c2530996c5dc9&id=c4087b9d5c Schedule of Events for the opening on November 17th, 2013 Opening Reception November 17th, 2013 at the University of Southern California Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery (2nd floor)from 2:00pm- 6:00pm RSVP @ (art4allpeople [at] gmail [dot] com) 2:00 pm Curators Talk: Lisa Rasmussen M.F.A. and Ceylan Hulya M.A. 2:30 pm “Sacred Chants” with Nandhi Tapasyogi 3:00 pm Artist Talks 3:45pm Performance -Higgs Bozen: Portrait of the first woman. Original painting by Eva Montealegre Roving Poet ~Chaya Silberstein Aura readings ~Jaja Dario Roving Tribal Vintage Models by Tara King and Satori Q.Wolf Music by Abram Interactive Art, wine and light appetizers provide Related post.|
|10/12/13||Los Angeles, CA||Edge Studios||United States|
|Time: 4:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1388 South Longwood Avenue. Art Sale and Boutique. Daniel will be speaking from 5 – 5:30. A portion of the proceeds from all art and jewelry sales will help support Connecting to Cure his artwork including some pieces with Augmented Reality. Suggested donation $5 and includes raffle ticket. There will also be vegan cheese from Maddy’s, organic wine from Frey and gluten-free appetizers from Little Lily’s Kitchen. MORE DETAILS The art sale & boutique will be on October 12, 2013 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at Edge Photo Studio, 1388 Longwood Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90019. Daniel Leighton will speak from 5 – 5:30 pm. His artwork will be for sale, along with landscape inspired paintings and prints by artist Ellen Pressman. Other vendors include Mingle Jewelry, Love Around the Neck, Cozydream, Gwendolyn-Mary, Kathie Takowsky Jewels and Creatively Elegant Stationary. Frey Organic Wines, Maddy’s Vegan Café and Little Lily’s Kitchen are generously donating vegan and gluten-free wines, cheeses, sweets and refreshments. Suggested $5 donation includes a raffle ticket. A percentage of all proceeds will benefit the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), the Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Cedars Sinai and other affiliates of Connecting to Cure Crohn’s & Colitis. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|09/27/13||Santa Monica, CA||Create:Fixate & Cross Campus||United States|
|Time: 7:00pm. Admission: 20. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 820 Broadway. … Cross Creativity … presented by Create:Fixate & Cross Campus Create:Fixate & Cross Campus present a festive fundraising evening filled with art, music, and interactive art benifitting our Young Creatives Program serving at-risk youth. … Featured Artists … Adam Greener : Jena Priebe Matthew LaPenta : Patrick Haemmerlein … Live Digital Art … Mark Dugally … Social Media and App Created Art … Adam Yasmin Daniel Leighton Julie Rasmussen Louise Marler Shana Nys Dambrot .. Performing Live … OOFJ https://www.facebook.com/OOFJOOFJ … Live Spoken Word … Charles Williams … Rotating DJs … AquaVee : Henry Self : Robin Nixon … Host Committee … Michelle Berc : Andrea Graham : Ted Werth Asya Shein : Henry Self : Robin Nixon James Slazas : Dale Youngman Complimentary Bar + Raffle Ticket $15 Pre-sale Donation / $20 Donation at the Door – Limited Capacity Click here to purchase Pre-Sale until 2pm on Friday 9/27: https://www.createfixate.com/shop/fundraiser-tickets/pre-sale-tickets/cross-creativity-pre-sale-tickets-september/ … Exhibit Mission … The fundraiser will feature an art exhibit that crosses old forms of communication with new digital forms. Once upon a time we hand wrote literature, used a typewriter, mailed letters, and waited patiently for film to develop preserving our visual memories. Today a text message, email, or digital photograph instantly and simply gratifies our exchanges and existence. Technology has changed everything we do from the household, to the work place, and socially. Beyond the featured wall hanging art work, we will also challenge the Create:Fixate community of artists to create visual imagery with only the use of social media, digital technology, and apps (Instagram, Vine, Facebook, Twitter, Thicket, Composite, Wurm, Art Rage, etc) which will be projected throughout the evening on various video screens. A juxtaposition of “That was then and this is now” will artistically elevate our appreciation of our progress as we forge ahead with technology driven lives. The exhibit will form a visual reminder of how modes of communication have evolved over time and why it’s important for artistic organizations to be around to document these trends. Related post. More information|
|09/06/13 - 10/04/13||Los Angeles, CA||Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825||United States|
|Time: 6:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 825 N. La Cienega Blvd.. Venue phone: (310) 652-8272. POP ÜBER ALLES (Group Show) – Opening Reception Friday, September 6th, 6 – 9 PM|
|08/17/13 - 01/17/14||North Hollywood, CA||NRG Recording Studios||United States|
|Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: By Appointment Only. Address: 11128 Weddington Street. Venue phone: (818) 760-7841. Currently appointment only. Please sign-up for our mailing list for updates.|
|05/25/13 - 06/22/13||Dallas, TX||WAAS Gallery||United States|
|Time: 5:00pm. Address: 2722 LOGAN STREET. “Opening Up” – Solo Exhibition – 2013. Opening reception and Artist Talk May 25th. Open to Public 7-10 pm, CCFA, North Texas Chapter, Private Fundraiser 5-7 pm. Many other events during exhibition. See http://www.waasgallery.com More information|
|04/19/13||Santa Monica, CA||Apple Store – Third Street Promenade||United States|
|Time: 7:30pm. Address: 1415 3rd Street Promenade. Venue phone: (310) 633-2670. Presentation, demonstration and Q&A featuring Daniel Leighton and his work.|
|09/07/12 - 10/12/12||Malibu, CA||AY Atelier||United States|
|Time: 6:00pm. Address: 19562 Pacific Coast Highway. Venue phone: 310.456.6170. Group Exhibition: “Portals: An Exhibition of Art that is created as Ritual, Interpersonal Transformation, and/or Gateways of Consciousness” runs September 7, 2012 – October 12, 2012. Artist Reception: September 29, 2012, 5 PM – 8 PM|