Digital Art L.A. @ ArtWalk this Thursday, Sept. 9
By April MacIntyre Sep 9, 2010, 3:19 GMT
Digital Art L.A. @ Art Walk is on Thursday, Sept. 9 from Noon to Midnight The September Art Walk is a free-to-the-public annual event: Digital Art L.A., Downtown Film Fest\'s experimental program featuring digital video exhibitions, free screenings and live performances by killer bands.
Digital Art L.A. @ Art Walk is on Thursday, Sept. 9 from Noon to Midnight
The September Art Walk is a free-to-the-public annual event: Digital Art L.A., Downtown Film Fest's experimental program featuring digital video exhibitions, free screenings and live performances by killer bands.
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
107 W. 5th (between Spring & Main)
Los Angeles 90013
LACDA presents a dynamic performance collaboration including Tiffany Trenda, video by Victor Acedevo, and experimental electronic music by SigAlert (Rex Bruce, Neil Kohanski and Alex Cole) that explores electro-communicative overkill, L.A. style. Prior performances by this exceptional group have caused a sensation in the Downtown art scene.
As well, LACDA presents it annual international new media exhibit of juried submissions. More than 30 artists have been selected from hundreds of entries from around the world, by noted Los Angeles critic and curator Peter Frank of the Riverside Art Museum.
Rosslyn Hotel Lobby
2 pm to 9 pm
112 W. 5th St. (between Spring & Main)
Downtown Film Festival L.A. and LACDA present an invitational exhibit in the extravagant lobby of the historic Rosslyn Hotel with works from leading local, regional and national arts organizations: iotaCenter · UCR ARTSblock | California Museum of Photography · Dance Camera West · Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles · Orange County Center for Contemporary Art · Vortex Immersion Media · The Museum of Hyperreal Art (MOHA) More information for both exhibits: lacda Official Site
DFFLA Cinema Lounge & Screening Room
Spring Arcade Building, Suite 214
514 S. Spring St. (between 5th & 6th)
Los Angeles 90013
LACDA Digital Short Fest Winners
The winners of LACDA annual international contest will be screened. Wine & cheese reception to follow.
This celebrated collection of experimental, erotic shorts gets a rare public screening as part of the 2010 Downtown Film Fest. The films explore the intersection of sex and art in a series of films created by some of the world's most preeminent and provocative artists and directors. Explicit in content they reveal the diverse attitudes by which we represent ourselves sexually. Participating artists include Matthew Barney, Richard Prince, Larry Clark, Marina Ambromavic, Marco Brambilla and Gaspar Noe. More info: Destricted Official Website
ART WALK PARTY: The DFFLA Sterephonic Arcade
7 pm to Midnight
Spring Arcade Building
541 S. Spring Street
Los Angeles 90013
DFFLA 2010 presents an indie rock explosion of bands that help define the future of modern music. In conjunction with the screening of the rockumentary Echotone - a highly-stylized film that explores the diversification of the current music scene in Austin, Texas - the producers and DFFLA have assembled a collection of musicians and bands that reflect the fomenting kaleidoscope of new sounds, which emphasize a stringent, uncompromising ideology. L.A.'s Eastside 'hoods shares a disitinct musical bond with many of the bands from Austin. Almost every week you can find at least one Austin band performing at one of L.A.'s music clubs, and L.A. bands are always in full force at Austin's SXSW music fest.
Echotone, screening Thursday, Sept. 9, 8 pm, Downtown Independent Theater
Live Music Line-Up:
7-7:45pm - George Glass
8-8:45pm - The Changos
9-9:45pm - Kissing Cousins
10-10:45pm - Twilight Sleep