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By: | September 30, 2005
ART WALK Join more than 40 galleries throughout Laguna Beach on Thursday for a festive cultural evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Free shuttle service starts from the Laguna Art Museum at 6:15 and runs until 9. Information: www.firstthursdaysartwalk.com or (949) 683-6871. The next Art Walk will be Oct. 6. First Thursday's Art Walk and CaDance Festival present two performances that combine art and dance: Francisco Gella and Miho Morinoue perform improvisational movement and music at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. in the garden at Richard MacDonald Gallery/Dawson Cole Fine Art, 326 Glenneyre St. Beth Bartholomew, Lynn Barre and Francisco Gella perform with video projection of a 23-minute dance film, "Kamera 1/Kamera 2," directed by Talal Al-Muhanna, at 8 p.m. at Contemporary Chinese Fine Art, 1099 S. Coast Highway.
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By Rhea Mahbubani | July 16, 2013
Curtains came down on the Munsters in 1966 - long before I was born. So imagine my surprise Friday when I noticed the Munster Koach trundling down Main Street with a full-throated rumble. The 18-foot vehicle sported a brass radiator and fenders, pearly black paint and a deep red velvet interior - blood red, if you will, to fit the theme of the 1960s sitcom. Brett Barris - the son of famed custom car designer George Barris, credited with the inception of the Batmobile as well as Drag-U-La from "The Munsters" - watched the hot rod being inched painstakingly into the Huntington Beach Art Center.
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By: | September 23, 2005
ART WALK Join more than 40 galleries throughout Laguna Beach on Thursday for a festive cultural evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Free shuttle service starts from the Laguna Art Museum at 6:15 and runs until 9. Information: www.firstthursdaysartwalk.com or (949) 683-6871. ( Denotes galleries that participate in the First Thursday Art Walk.) The next Art Walk will be on Oct. 6. LAGUNA ART MUSEUM Janet Blake, Laguna Art Museum curator of collections, will conduct a lecture at 1 p.m. Sunday on the current exhibition, "California Art from the Permanent Collection, Part I, The Beginning, 1832-1925."
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By: | September 30, 2005
Local women artists are wanted The Women's Club of Laguna Beach is considering holding a one-day Winter Art Boutique in mid-November. All types of arts and crafts are eligible. Women artists wishing to exhibit should contact Nadine Nordstrom today at (949) 494-0233. All-women jazz band performs Oct. 1 Laguna Beach Live is presenting Jazz at the Beach Weekend Saturday, featuring saxophonist Ann Patterson and her all-women 17-piece band, Maiden Voyage, performing at 8 p.m. Oct. 1 at Laguna Beach Artists' Theater, 625 Park Ave. Tickets -- $30 or $25 for adults and $15 for students -- are available at Laguna Playhouse, (949)
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By Rhea Mahbubani | December 19, 2012
A street-level window showcasing a solitary painting. This is the scene that greets people who pass Current, Innocean USA's recently christened art gallery, in downtown Huntington Beach. "We had an internal contest asking our employees to submit names for the gallery space," Executive Creative Director Greg Braun said in an email. "Two of our employees submitted the name Current, which is very fitting for our agency philosophy. The name Current was inspired by the powerful regenerative force of the flow of water in the Pacific Ocean - which is center to everything we do creatively here at Innocean.
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By Rhea Mahbubani | July 16, 2013
Curtains came down on the Munsters in 1966 - long before I was born. So imagine my surprise Friday when I noticed the Munster Koach trundling down Main Street with a full-throated rumble. The 18-foot vehicle sported a brass radiator and fenders, pearly black paint and a deep red velvet interior - blood red, if you will, to fit the theme of the 1960s sitcom. Brett Barris - the son of famed custom car designer George Barris, credited with the inception of the Batmobile as well as Drag-U-La from "The Munsters" - watched the hot rod being inched painstakingly into the Huntington Beach Art Center.
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By Rhea Mahbubani | December 19, 2012
A street-level window showcasing a solitary painting. This is the scene that greets people who pass Current, Innocean USA's recently christened art gallery, in downtown Huntington Beach. "We had an internal contest asking our employees to submit names for the gallery space," Executive Creative Director Greg Braun said in an email. "Two of our employees submitted the name Current, which is very fitting for our agency philosophy. The name Current was inspired by the powerful regenerative force of the flow of water in the Pacific Ocean - which is center to everything we do creatively here at Innocean.
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By Candice Baker | November 9, 2006
From kitschy pop-culture takes on Bob's Big Boy to arresting mannerist portraits, there's something for everybody at Laguna Art Museum's "OsCene II: Contemporary Art and Culture in O.C." Featuring the talents of Huntington Beach native Jacqueline Bunge — a first-time curator — the show opened Oct. 29 and runs through Jan. 21, 2007. "I'm very proud of this show," said Bunge, guest curator. The exhibition serves as a counterpoint to the Orange County Museum of Art's concurrent, broader-themed 2006 California Biennial.
NEWS
By: | October 14, 2005
ART WALK Join more than 40 galleries throughout Laguna Beach on Thursday for a festive cultural evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Free shuttle service starts from the Laguna Art Museum at 6:15 and runs until 9. Information: www.firstthursdaysartwalk.com or (949) 683-6871. ( Denotes galleries that participate in the First Thursday Art Walk.) The next Art Walk will be Nov. 3. LAGUNA ART MUSEUM "Greetings from Laguna Beach: Our Town in the Early 1900s," on view indefinitely in the Stein-Brief Gallery, is a reprise of the museum's popular 2003 exhibition.
NEWS
By: | September 30, 2005
Local women artists are wanted The Women's Club of Laguna Beach is considering holding a one-day Winter Art Boutique in mid-November. All types of arts and crafts are eligible. Women artists wishing to exhibit should contact Nadine Nordstrom today at (949) 494-0233. All-women jazz band performs Oct. 1 Laguna Beach Live is presenting Jazz at the Beach Weekend Saturday, featuring saxophonist Ann Patterson and her all-women 17-piece band, Maiden Voyage, performing at 8 p.m. Oct. 1 at Laguna Beach Artists' Theater, 625 Park Ave. Tickets -- $30 or $25 for adults and $15 for students -- are available at Laguna Playhouse, (949)
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By: | September 23, 2005
ART WALK Join more than 40 galleries throughout Laguna Beach on Thursday for a festive cultural evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Free shuttle service starts from the Laguna Art Museum at 6:15 and runs until 9. Information: www.firstthursdaysartwalk.com or (949) 683-6871. ( Denotes galleries that participate in the First Thursday Art Walk.) The next Art Walk will be on Oct. 6. LAGUNA ART MUSEUM Janet Blake, Laguna Art Museum curator of collections, will conduct a lecture at 1 p.m. Sunday on the current exhibition, "California Art from the Permanent Collection, Part I, The Beginning, 1832-1925."
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By: | September 9, 2005
Sawdust Art Festival board named The recently named Sawdust Festival Corporation board of directors consists of returning members Marsh Scott, president; Tracey Moscaritolo, vice president; Mike Kelly, secretary; Dennis Junka, treasurer; Larry Gill, Eleanor Henry and Sian Poeschl. New board members include Jan Sattler and Donita Lloyd. Debra Covern and Drew "Bud" Weir are leaving the board. Elections were held Aug. 30 with new board elected officers named on Sept.
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