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10.Jun.2010 Thank you!

Thank you everyone who came out to last week’s Public Art Party and to all of our partners that made it possible. Enjoy a slide show of photos from the day’s activities below including performances by bodycity and the UCLA Brazilian Music Ensemble, screenings at The Paley Center for Media, a walkthrough with Nancy Rubins [...]

04.Jun.2010 Public Art Party Prizes

All for Art. Art for All! ForYourArt is offering chances to win prizes like museum memberships, special art access, tickets and signed books throughout Public Art Party! Email publicartparty@foryourart.com for a chance to win prizes including:
LACMA tickets and membership
Signed copy of Los Angeles: Portrait of a City from TASCHEN
Hammer Museum tickets and membership
Tour and print [...]

03.Jun.2010 Public Art Alert: Public Art Party

What: Public Art Party
When: Saturday, June 5, 12–6pm
Where: Beverly Gardens Park, The Paley Center for Media, Gagosian, Beverly Hills Public Library, TASCHEN, Porta Via, Sprinkles and along Cañon Drive. Pick up a map that will serve as your guide to the day at any of these featured locations or download a printer-friendly version here.
Engage: Follow [...]

Richard Meier Designed New Pacific Realty Building

Renowned architect Richard Meier designed the New Pacific Realty building located on Cañon Drive. Make sure to take in the view during Public Art Party, and while visiting, check out installations by artists Ewerdt Hilgemann and Farrah Karapetian.
New Pacific Realty, Beverly Hills
New Pacific Realty, Beverly Hills
New Pacific Realty, Beverly Hills

Text Public Art Party

This year, ForYourArt’s Public Art Party will be celebrated not only through special events, food, performances, activities, and tours, but also in the digital world. Providing a second layer of content through SMS messaging, this year’s Public Art Party puts extended information about the day’s events, artists, and art works literally at your fingertips. Just [...]

02.Jun.2010 The Black List

The Black List Project, a collaboration between photographer/filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and critic Elvis Mitchell will be on view at The Paley Center for Media throughout Public Art Party. Using a combination of media including photographs, video and the web, The Black List Project is a provocative and engaging exploration of what it means to be [...]

John Umbanhowar Exhibition design for CAñon Drive Photo Competition

Cañon Drive and Arts for All invited architect John Umbanhowar of hughesumbanhowar architects to create the exhibition design for their photo exhibition, on view throughout Public Art Party. John lent us insight into his display design–brightly-colored orange diagonal stripes–saying the color attracts attention and highlights the subtle tones of the black and white prints and [...]

01.Jun.2010 Beverly Hills’ Public Art Collection

You are probably already familiar with Yayoi Kusama’s colorful, polka-dotted Hymn of Life: Tulips and Roxy Paine’s enigmatic sculpture Erratic from your daily commutes, but Beverly Hills is home to an incredible and extensive array of public art. ForYourArt invites you to celebrate the entire collection at this year’s Public Art Party – June 5, [...]

Music of Brazil Ensemble at Public Art Party

UCLA’s Music of Brazil Ensemble from the school’s Ethnomusicology department will treat Public Art Party visitors to a special performance. Featuring Afro-Brazilian percussion, common throughout Brazil’s major cities, the group’s lively performances also incorporate various styles including samba batucada, reggae and maracatu. Come out to the Beverly Garden’s Park, near Erratic at 12:30pm on June [...]

28.May.2010 Cañon Drive Photo Competition

Throughout Public Art Party, Cañon Drive and Arts for All are presenting a photo competition in storefronts along the street with exhibition design by John Umbanhowar of hughesumbanhowar. From now through June 5th, visitors can vote for their favorite work at its displayed location or purchase it via silent auction to benefit the Beverly [...]

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