This evening reception will feature a video projection of Barbara T. Smith’s Opening Ceremony Performance from March 31st. If you’re interested in connecting with the art community in Venice, this event will allow you to experience the I Can: Requiem for I Can’t exhibit. It’s also part of the Venice Art Crawl. 685 Venice Blvd. from 6 – 9pm. Free parking. See Art Crawl below.
Venice Art Crawl
This monthly art event in Venice has cutting edge local art, music and fun in store for you – and best of all it’s free! Most of the locations are near the beach on the Boardwalk, aka Ocean Front Walk between Venice Blvd and Rose Ave. Just check out our handy search box in the right column and search for “art crawl” or “Venice art crawl” to see what happens and find out about choice places. Do keep in mind that these are opoup gallery locations, so they do change from month to month.
The AK Blog recommends these Venice Art Crawl regular locations:
Figtrees Cafe – usually starting around 7pm with delectable appetizers, art and wine, sometimes with live music on the patio. It’s 2 blocks south of Rose on the Boardwalk at 429 Ocean Front Walk.
Hotel Erwin – outdoors and opn the 5th floor, aka Larry’s Lounge at 1697 Pacific Ave.
Also see Santinos,next to the hotel at 1611 Pacific
Momentum at 1317 Innes Place. RSVP Required- Click Here
This is a new event in Venice, hosted by film co. Perfect Weekend. Make sure to tell them you found out about it on the Abbot Kinney Blog. An RSVP is required to attend – Click Here First, then show up at 320 Sunset Ave. between 6 – 10pm for sushi, sake and kirins.
Does it seem like the weekend started early? Well, there’s more in store for you. The Duncan Miller Gallery has moved to Bergamot Station in Santa Monica
and has its opening tonight plus opening reception for Roman Loranc and a vintage exhibition called “The Human Condition” from 6 – 9pm. Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave, Unit A7, Santa Monica, CA 90404
While you’re out in Santa Monica, the Abbot Kinney Blog recommends checking out some choice real estate in the neighborhood.
Sophisticated-Elegant-Refined, defines this new construction residence designed by DUB Studios. A 4,000+/- sq.ft. (approx) masterpiece situated on a 7,500 sq.ft. lot in Santa Monica’s Historic Ocean Park neighborhood. The warm morning light illuminates the Brazilian hardwood cladding on the South East facing entrance of this home. An oversize front door & 10 foot ceiling welcomes you into this museum like space. The modern lines draw you into the open volumes surrounded by walls of glass & large Arcadia sliding doors off kitchen & living that open onto the inner courtyard fitted w/ a central fire pit. Flowing open floor-plan w/ a stunning custom kitchen & Italian designed cabinetry, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors throughout & one bedroom on the lower level w/ its own entrance- perfect for your home office. Four bedrooms on the upper level including a master suite w/ an over-sized walk-in closet, private terrace & spacious master bath w/ a stand alone soaking tub. See the Listing >
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There’s another great art reception Saturday night at The Gallery from 7 – 11:45 pm featuring a solo exhibition of works by Farid Kia, a series of large scale portraits. 74 Market Street Venice CA 90291.
Grand Opening & Community Open House for The HUB on VeniceThis free event is just outside of Venice and features a ribbon cutting ceremony, networking, kids activities, live music, complimentary refreshments and more. 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM at 11827 Venice Blvd. (Corner of Venice & Barrington/McGlaughlin)