Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Weekly What To Do: Don't Be So Crestfallen, There's Still Stuff To Do

Murder in the Woods
Thursday, September 17, 6pm
Followed by a Live Q&A with Director/Producer/Alumnus Luis Iga Garza, Writer/Producer/Actor/SCA Alumna Yelyna De León, and Cast Members Jeanette Samano, Chelsea Rendon, Catherine Toribio, Kade Wise, Jordan Diambrini, and Rolando Molina.

Prop 15: Market Value Property Taxes for School Funding
In 1978, California voters passed perhaps the most infamous ballot measure in the state’s history. Proposition 13 allowed property to be taxed at the price at which it was purchased, rather than its market value. Critics argue that the drastic reduction in property tax revenue over time has weakened public schools, which rely heavily on that revenue. 

Starts Fri Sept 18
Old World Huntington Beach has been host of Orange County's Biggest Party since 1977! This year's Oktoberfest promises to be the best celebration yet, offering authentic German Food (voted "Best Bratwurst" in California), imported German Beers, German Bands straight from Germany, an army of Beautiful Shot Girls, and other festivities, competitions, games & more. So come on down and experience the best Oktoberfest celebration in the World - Old World Huntington Beach. 

900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007 
$6 per person 
$6 parking
This outdoor museum experience features up to thirty species of butterflies and caterpillars in a netted enclosure filled with native plants and natural light, and provides spacious pathways to safely connect with nature in the heart of L.A. The indoor Museum will remain closed until further notice. 

Starting September 18 in Virtual Cinemas
Dawn of the Deep Soul continues the epic adventures of young explorers Riko and Reg, who are joined by their new friend Nanachi as they descend into the Abyss’ treacherous fifth layer, the Sea of Corpses. There they encounter the mysterious Bondrewd, a legendary White Whistle whose shadow looms over Nanachi’s troubled past. Although Bondrewd is ingratiatingly hospitable and the trio soon becomes fast friends with his gregarious daughter, Prushka, the brave adventurers know things are not always as they seem in the enigmatic Abyss...

Sep 19, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Join Sara Kipin for her first solo show with us at Gallery Nucleus! Featuring new original work as well as revisited and updated work from her Knights series, Sara will also have a new art book available featuring her work through the years.  

I'm really in in for this kick-a$$ shirt. 

Josh Keyes Inside Out (Main Room)
Kobusher Come Out and Play(Project Room)
Nicola Caredda G-d Save My Sweet Pusher(Office)
Opening Reception with the Artists: Saturday, September 19, 2020 Virtual Opening via Instagram Live

Thinkspace is pleased to present IndigNation, featuring new works by Brazilian born and Los Angeles-based artist Alvaro Naddeo. Interested in the study of castaway objects and the subtle graphic nuances of urban detritus gleaned from the city sphere, the artist combines its textures and edges in compositional amalgams. Thinkspace is pleased to present new works by Portland-based artist Josh Keyes in Inside Out. Keyes creates lush, hyperrealistic paintings of our civilization’s dystopian aftermath; a post-human planet left ecologically ravaged and dissipated, sits aflame, overgrown or beneath water, while a new natural order attempts to reclaim its disastrous inheritance. Thinkspace is pleased to present the debut North American solo exhibition from pop artist Kobusher, hailing from the Philippines. Being a child of the 80’s, the artist was raised on pop culture and, in turn, his visual narrative has been honed with the help of Sesame Street, Keith Haring, Lee Quiñones, Run Dmc, and MTV. Thinkspace is pleased to present the debut North American solo exhibition from Italian artist Nicola Caredda. The artist was born in Cagliar, Italy in 1981. Caredda studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sassari.