Friday, January 15, 2010
Their next event is a look into the golden era of Mexican film with screenings of Ahi esta el detalle (Juan Bustillo Oro, 1940) on January 21 and Historia de un gran amor (Julio Bracho, 1942) on January 28 both at 7pm at the Mexican Consulate. Each screening will be followed by a moderated discussion about the tecnical, historical, and artistic attributes of the film by Dr. Alejandro Pelayo. Popcorn and drinks will be served. Best of all it's free.
Where: Mexican Consulate, Sala Rafael de la Colina
2401 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057
Email: Mariana Bermudez at firstname.lastname@example.org Ask to be added to her e-mail list and receive notices of upcoming events at the Consulate and Consulate-sponsored events around town.
Their website is a little glitchy but you can check it out here: www.sre.gob.mx/losangeles
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Below are a few websites with calendar of events during LA Arts Month. Clear Channel, Wells Fargo, and Univision will be doing ticket-giveaways or discounts to various shows and exhibitions. Not to be missed is the FADA LA Art Show. I've attended for the past several years and it is filled with wonderful, whimsical, and deranged art. Just how I like it.
LA Arts Month official website:
LA Arts Month Calendar:
FADA Los Angeles Art Show:
Grand Performances blog:
LA Times article about the kick-off: latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster