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“The Art Of Digital Photography” by Richard M. Smith at Newbury Park Branch Library 2331 Borchard Road in Newbury Park, CA. JULY 27th, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM- The Lecture is FREE
La Mancha Gallery artist and professional photographer Richard M. Smith will be hosting a seminar on The Art Of Digital Photography. Richard will share a stunning selection of his photography around Los Angeles and elsewhere along with the stories behind the selected artworks. The lecture also includes techniques on how to create stunning photos. Smith is a former photographer of the Tri-City Voice Newspaper in Fremont, California. This event is FREE and space is very limited and in high demand. We Hope to see you there!
“The 21st Central Avenue Jazz Festival Arts Pavilion” hosted by La Mancha Gallery returns on July 30 & 31st, 2016 from 11-7PM at the South Central section of Los Angeles between 42nd and 43rd Streets in front of the historic and newly renovated Dunbar Hotel. This celebration of community arts and music is an event that celebrates the rich cultural history of Los Angeles Central Avenue vibrant jazz scene since the 1930’s.
La Mancha Gallery has been invited once again for the third year in a row to host The Arts Pavilion during the festival. A 30’x60′ foot tent that will house cutting-edge art from top artists in Los Angeles as well as live muralists and graffiti artists. Curated by Omar Holguin the selected artwork ranging from all sizes and mediums will include a live painting presentation by renown muralist and artist EnkOne, a “John Coltrane Chapel” designed by artist Donald Frazell, Mexican Artist Xavier Yarto, the magnificent fully functional cardboard sculptures of Ron Zeno and talented artists like Kevin T. Williams, Rick Rodriguez, Darren Smith-Robinson, Sly Fabu and many, many more. The art installation by Stephen M. Gates will be set against the backdrop aesthetic of black tubes, colorful hats and lampshades with white trees accents. Directly across from the historic Dunbar Hotel, the beautifully-restored mecca for jazz legends of the l930’s and l940’s, All of the artists represented had personal and emotional connections to the neighborhood and the African-American jazz culture which had flourished there in decades past. Many artists participating have achieved widespread recognition, even worldwide acclaim.