THE WEEKEND EXPERIENCE – ART+CULTURE: Official Met Event! – "The Drawing Room" Presented by Audrey Kawasaki & Friends

Official Met Event – November 7th at 7pm @ The Thinkspace Gallery: Silverlake

Attention all Metropolites! Let’s all meet up to catch the opening reception of Audrey Kawasaki’s “The Drawing Room” on November 7th at 7pm. Hope you can make it! The group show is curated by Audrey Kawasaki and features: Audrey Kawasaki | Stella Im Hultberg | Amy Sol | Kukula | Brandi Milne | Brian Viveros | Catherine Brooks | Mari Inukai Nomi Chi | Lauren Albert | Jessica McCourt | Julia Sonmi Heglund | Eveline Tarunadjaja | Meg Hunt | Irana Douer Catherine Campbell | Lilly Piri | Amy Earles | Eric Thomas Bostrom | Joao Ruas | Laura Laine Jason Levesque aka Stuntkid | Fumi Nakamura | Travis Louie | Liza Corbett Some of you may have seen Alice’s post on this show. Cost: Free Show dates and hours: Thurs- Sun. 1pm-6pm Show runs from 11/07 through 11/29. Opening reception November 7th from 7pm-11pm. Thinkspace Gallery website 4210 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90029 323.913.3375 Map and directions



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