NTS Creative Group Anniversary

NTS Creative Group Anniversary

NTS Creative Group Anniversary

Project Description

The NTS Creative Group opened their doors a decade ago in South Los Angeles with the goal to provide an array of creative solutions in the entertainment marketing and advertising industry to a wide clientele ranging from mom and pop operations to big budget movie studios. Looking back, they have gained deep roots in the entertainment industry and have inspired countless of youth in the community.

To commemorate their hard work and dedication, La Mancha Gallery was asked to create an artistic aesthetic and atmosphere for this event, we choose the artwork of 5 artists for this event, The photography of Richard SmithEster Petschar, Darby Krow, Dubeejunk! and Timothee DePlace

Cocktails • Food • Live Music • Art Show • Cigar Lounge • Valet Parking • Special Guest Speakers

 

Project Details

Client: NTS Creative Group Date 3.29.2014
Project : Art Installation, Curatorial Event
Artists: Dubeejunk!, Darby Krow, Ester Petschar, Rick Smith, Timothee DePlace.
Number of Works: 30 Artworks (Photographs and Paintings)

Outdoor Installation

The outdoor installation included the colorful artwork of local artists Dubeejunk and Darby Krow. We selected 20 pieces of artwork ranging from all sizes and mediums. The artwork was installed in an outdoor 30’x10′ pergola set against the backdrop of black tubes, hats and lampshades with white trees accents.

Indoor Installation

For the indoor installation we chose the photography of Richard Smith composed of images of people and buildings structures of downtown Los Angeles,  placed in the lounge area where the food was being served. The artwork of Ester Petschar and Timothee DePlace where located in the main entrance of the building. Some of artwork was installed on black pedestals and easels.

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NotWeButONE Fundraiser Concert and Art Exhibit

NotWeButONE Fundraiser Concert and Art Exhibit

“Not We But ONE” a Fundraiser Concert and Art Exhibit

Project Description

NotWeButONE Fundraiser Concert and Art Exhibit, May 18, 7 to 11:30 pm at THE VEX ARTS, 5240 Alhambra Ave., LA CA 90032
NotWeButONE Concert and Art Exhibit is a Charity Event for the URBAN OPERA PROJECT (for teens at risk) to initiate funding for “Red Sneakers” which is an urban operetta based on the true life stories of teens at-risk.
This event will showcase top musicians
…. The Deborah Ashe Neo-Soul Band: Vocals by Ms. Deborah Ashe, Darrell Crooks-Guitar, John Hart-Bass, Mikael Megeed-Keyboards, Quinten Dennard-Percussion, Louis Van Taylor-Sax and Bill Bodine on Trumpet.
…. MorgAnne: International chanteuse with a spellbinding textured sound, sometimes compared to Sade, then transport the listener to Gay Paris with a vibe a la Edith Piaf. After she stirs up the heat and conjures sensuality like Grace Jones, she can burst into vocal fireworks that are similar to the great Shirley Bassey.
…The “Red Sneakers” blues-based segment will include music and singing with rhythm tap staged by the legendary Chester Whitmore.
…The “Truffles” a sound hybrid of palates, often described as soul or R&B. Their music is highly influenced by soul, R&B, Jazz, Bebop, Funk, 60′s and 70′s Psychedelic, World Music, and Pop.
La Mancha Gallery/Omar Holguin will be curating a unique labyrinth-style setting, cutting-edge art from top artists in Los Angeles including Steven Thomas Higgins, George Coombs, Nestor Rodriguez, Steven Johnstone, Fernando Lozano, Hector Pedraza, Kevin T. Williams, Gilad Koriski, Donald Frezell, Ben Rogers, D. Ashe, James, and more…
There will be an artists opening reception and Art Exhibition from 7 to 8 pm with wine and complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

THIS EVENT IS OVER, THANK YOU TO ALL THE SUPPORTERS FOR THIS EVENTS AND ALL THE ATTENDEES! SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

Project Details

Client: The Urban Opera Project Date: 5.18.2013 Skills: Event Production, Fundraiser, Non-Profit, Curatorial, Installation

Fundraiser Event

“Red Sneakers”  is the first musical from the Urban Opera Project. It is based on the heartbreaking, but uplifting true story of an especially vulnerable at-risk teen.  “Red Sneakers” utilizes the story-telling structure of “the blues” as a tool for self-discovery and empowerment.  It will be the product of the singing-acting-dance collaboration of 10-12 at-risk teens with coaching and mentoring by professionals in music, dance, acting and performance arts. Rhythm tap dance segments with the teen performers have been staged by tap dance and choreography legend, Chester Whitmore.

Performers, Music and Art

La Mancha Gallery was involved in all aspects of the production of this event, from branding, marketing, webdesign, social media integration, decoration, artist selection and installation.

Live video footage from the event

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“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

Project Description

SHAKE FOR THE QUAKE: FUNDRAISER FOR HAITI RELIEF – JUNE 4, 2010 132 N. Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101

Curated by Omar Holguin, Director and Owner of La Mancha Gallery

We must not forget their continued struggle, the work in Haiti is long-term, we can work together, not to change our situation in one day, but step by step. The relief work continues: On Friday, June 4th, 2010, La Mancha Gallery and its Artists committed to support the continued Haiti earthquake relief and recovery plans in Haiti. La Mancha Gallery donated the works of Artists Natalie Franco, David Taveras, Eddie Jelinet, Minas Halaj and Samvel Hallaj, as well as donated their time and effort to help raise money for the relief process in Haiti. As a result $10,000 dlls where raised during a silent auction and a benefit titled “Shake for The Quake“, held at the All Saints Church in the City of Pasadena. La Mancha Gallery will be supports ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development), a group of some of the world’s largest humanitarian relief organizations, which focuses on creating economic opportunities for Haitians and rebuild local infrastructure. The effort continues… We encourage you to continue supporting this important work. NUMBER OF WORKS UNDER CONSIGNMENT: 6 FRAME SIZES: Various SPACE REQUIREMENTS: 30 linear feet (10 linear meters)

Project Details:

Client: ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development)
Date: April 04, 2010
Skills: Fundraiser, Art Installation, Social Media Promotion & Awareness
View: allsaints-pas.org

Natalie Franco Photography

Fundraiser Feature

La Mancha Gallery donated the works of Artists Natalie Franco, David Taveras, Eddie Jelinet, Minas Halaj and Samvel Hallaj, as well as donated their time and effort to help raise money for the relief process in Haiti. As a result $10,000 dlls where raised during a silent auction and a benefit titled “Dance for The Quake”, held at the All Saints Church in the City of Pasadena.

ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development)

La Mancha Gallery will be supports ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development, a group of some of the world’s largest humanitarian relief organizations, which focuses on creating economic opportunities for Haitians and rebuild local infrastructure.
The effort continues… We encourage you to continue supporting this important work.

Shake for The Quake Haiti Earthquake Relief Funraiser

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