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Venice Art Crawl spotlight: Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy

By April Neale Mar 17, 2013, 21:16 GMT

Venice Art Crawl spotlight: Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy

The annual Venice Art Crawl is a non-profit organization by and for the people. The community\'s goal is to share, inspire and promote collaboration within the Venice area through mixers and art events.

The annual Venice Art Crawl is a non-profit organization by and for the people. The community's goal is to share, inspire and promote collaboration within the Venice area through mixers and art events.

The full list of events for the day are here.

Join them by attending, sharing your vision and what inspires you. Their end goal is to foster and reinvigorate the creativity that has historically and currently makes Venice such a vibrant and dynamic community.

On March 21, the first Venice Art Walk of 2013 is highlighted by the Venice Skate Park hosting the work of Mark Farina (Markus X Farina)(www.mxfarina.com). Come check out Mark's work from inside the snake run... Thursday March 21st, 2013. For more info: www.VeniceArtCrawl.com.

also on March 21:

Modern Art Romances the Cairo Cowboy

Cairo Cowboy Mediterranean Restaurant 46 Windward Ave., Venice, CA 90291 - 6:00 10:00 pm

A celebration of life, art, and the moment comprising of the Spring Equinox, World Poetry Day, and the Persian/Iranian New Year.

Artists Showcasing

Tida Souratha and Marjan Vayghan

Performances:

Poetry Antonieta Villamil 6:50 7:00 pm, Mark Lipman 7:00 7:10 pm, Jessica Wilson 7:50 8:00 pm, James Berkowitz 8:00 8:10 pm, Maryam Mottahedeh 8:50 9:00 pm

Music - For My Supernatural Maker 7:15 7:45 pm, Gandarvas 8:15 8:45 pm, Tim Geracoulis 9:30 10:00 pm

Comedy Betsy Salkind 9:00 9:20 pm

Film: Premiere: Documentary footage from Kumbh Mela 2013. Uncut from the Ganges River to Venice Art Crawl. Filmmaker Nina Trip will present this holy pilgrimage festival projecting on screen throughout the evening.

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