By Deb Flomberg
In a city as vibrant and as cultural as Los Angeles, it is important to support the various arts programs throughout the city. 18th Street Arts Center is another fantastic program that is dedicated to the support of contemporary art through its residency and other artistic programs. You can visit the galleries, attend several different public events, and find many ways to enjoy the impressive art that is being created at 18th Street Arts Center.
The center offers everything from exhibitions to talks with the artists, all geared to keep the discussion and support of contemporary art alive, featuring both local and international artists. There are usually a couple of different exhibits going on at any one time, featuring a variety of different mediums from paint and photography to film and sculpture. Often there will also be a public event featuring a night of discussion with the artists themselves, allowing you to get an insider’s view and participate in your own lively discussion.
Make sure you visit the website to take a look at the various artists in residence. You’ll find local artists like Wendy Paris, from the Unites States, Blanca Fernandez Quesada from Spain and Liao Chi-Yu from Taiwan. Clearly, the 18 Street Arts Center is dedicated to bringing the very best of contemporary art from all over the world, making this cultural destination a crucial piece of the artistic landscape of Southern California.
When you visit the 18th Street Arts Center, you will want to enjoy your drive and arrive in style. Set out in your 2013 CL550 Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You can enjoy all the beauty and elegance of the Mercedes-Benz name while you and your guests ride in pure luxury to your destination. The Mercedes-Benz Coupe is the perfect accompaniment to a day of art and culture.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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