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Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy at the Venice Art Crawl - details

By April MacIntyre Nov 8, 2012, 2:25 GMT

Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy at the Venice Art Crawl - details

Please come for a celebration of life, art, and the moment as part of the November 2012 Venice Art Crawl from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.

Check out Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy, which is part of November's Venice (California) Art Crawl.

Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy at the Venice Art Crawl
Please come for a celebration of life, art, and the moment as part of the November 2012 Venice Art Crawl from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.

The mediterranean eatery, at 46 Windward Ave., will be hosting a lively night of entertainment, including live performances, photography, painting and more from local Los Angeles artists.
 
WHEN —
Set Times:
Corty Byron 9:00-9:45
James Berkowitz 8:40-8:55
Jessica Ceballos 8:15-8:20
Victoria Sebanz 8:05-8:15
Tim Geracoulis 7:30-8:00

Cairo Cowboy Mediterranean Food Restaurant
46 Windward Ave., Venice, CA 90291
The event is FREE TO THE PUBLIC. Cairo Cowboy has many vegetarian options and is BYOB with each meal order. Find out more information here.

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR:
James Berkowitz

MUSIC:
Corty Byron http://www.cortybyron.com/
Tim Geracoulis

PAINTING:
Bill Dambrova
https://www.facebook.com/DAMBROVApainter

PHOTOGRAPHY:
Victoria Sebanz http://victoriasebanz.com/
Nina Trip http://www.ninatrip.com/

POETRY/READING/DANCE/PERFORMANCE
James Berkowitz http://www.jamesberkowitz.com/
Jessica Ceballos http://www.jessicaceballos.com/
Victoria Sebanz http://victoriasebanz.com/

TIBETAN BEAD ARTIST:
Jyoti Khattri https://www.facebook.com/TibetanBeadGallery?ref=ts&fref=ts

Along about a mile of the picturesque Oceanfront walk, dozens of galleries showcase cutting-edge art from talented residents, including William Attaway, Rip Cronk, Jules Muck, Isabelle Alford-Lago, Chase, James Berkowitz and others.

Word is spreading about the great pop-up galleries VAC has to offer, attracting artists such as Shepard Fairey, who presented a new mural at the Dogtown Collective’s 811 pop-up in July.

From music pouring out of a converted gas station, to abandoned houses transformed into burning man-inspired parties every surface is a canvas at this eclectic arts celebration.

True to Venice character, this is not your average art show: This crawl is a product of the artists, not a commercial venture, so the local talent is not only involved, but roaming the streets enjoying the scene with all of you.

Many artists take this time to create new murals or artwork live, and past crawls have been full of book signings, spoken word performances, live body art exhibits and plenty of DJ’d shows for visitors to enjoy.

The Venice Art Crawl is 100 percent volunteer produced.

Venice Art Crawl information can be found at www.veniceartcrawl.com.



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