Category: EVENTS

Celebrate 25 Years of P.S. ARTS at the pARTy!

Those with an inclination to the art sphere, pull out your iCal. On May 20th, one of our favorite organizations, P.S. ARTS, is celebrating its 25th anniversary of providing arts education to underprivileged public schools at the pARTy! Located at the

The Weekly: Rihanna, Four Tet and Free Margarita Monday

Poetic Purpose Is Lyrical Thursday, April 28th, 7 PM – 9 PM The Standard Hollywood | 8300 W Sunset Blvd. 90069 Get down to the hustle of the Sunset Strip for an existential poetry reading from artists Mandy Kahn, Lani Trock

Ray-Ban + Boiler Room Presents: Open Your Heart

The brand behind your favorite sunnies, Ray-Ban, is teaming up with Boiler Room TV to bring us a string of events that will revolve around music, each installment unveiling a different guest curator. The first event, Open Your Heart, is set to take

The LA CANVAS Coachella Itinerary

Whether you’re opting for Coachella or Nochella, you can’t deny that driving out to Palm Springs is a good idea, especially when it’s during the biggest festival around and there’re parties every which way you turn. For those workin’ nine

The dFm’s Jesse Lee Top 5 Coachella Parties

This time of the year, everyone flocks over to the desert in hopes of good music and great parties. But if there is one person we would rely on for knowing exactly what events are worth going to, it would be

FYF Announces Line Up: Kendrick Lamar, Grace Jones and More

Last year FYF surprised us with the last minute addition of Kanye West and ever since then we have been wondering what’s next for the festival. This year, LA’s favorite festival is back at it again with an amazing lineup that includes headliners such

Your Morning to Night Guide for St. Patty’s Day in LA

Oh, America. If there is anything we do with reckless abandon well, it is our wherewithal to take advantage of any cultural holiday that promotes alcohol consumption. Just far enough from winter festivities, St. Patrick’s Day comes right when we are itching

Souls Revive With Floetry Reunion At The Wiltern

Founded in 2002, Floetry was comprised of Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart. Best known for their sexy soulful slow jams best paired with an early ’00s romance movie montage scene, the two have obvious capabilities of bringing love to the club. Selling over 1.5 million

Cinephiles Need Apply: Win A Skirball 2016 Film Pass

If you’ve been looking to up your film knowledge, this is for you. Skirball Cultural Center is gifting one of our readers a VIP pass that allows you to watch every film they show through the year for free. Screenings

Air + Style 2016: ASAP Ferg, J. Cole, Incubus + More

Over the weekend, LA CANVAS kicked it at the second annual Air + Style Los Angeles festival at Downtown’s Coliseum. The two-day fest, hosted by extreme sportman, Shaun White, was the to go place for lovers of live music, and stands as the world’s premiere

Music Exclusive: Sacha Robotti’s CRSSD Fest Playlist

There’s a banger ahead of us promising to put San Diego’s Waterfront Park on fleek, just as it has for the past few years, with an experience that sets the tone for this year’s music happenings in SoCal: CRSSD Festival

Valentine’s Day Special: Live Art Supper Club

This Valentine’s day eve, Live Art Supper Club brings you an intimate event where you’ll experience the perfect marriage between art and fine dining . Be prepared to spend a night appreciating “art for art’s sake” with renowned street artists as well

One to Watch: The Multi-Talented Carly Jo Morgan

It’s hard to believe when Carly Jo Morgan moved back to LA, she didn’t have that many friends. Her artisanal marketplace Mercado Sagrado started as a gathering at her house in Topanga Canyon and has now evolved into an annual

The Grammy Museum at L.A. LIVE Celebrates Grammy Week

Happy Grammys Week! What better way to celebrate the awards season’s dark horse than by paying homage to the music industry’s most colorful legends? All this week, the Grammy Museum will be hosting special programs honoring music history and education throughout a

It’s Here! Museum of Neon Art Opens This Weekend in Glendale

Finally– after bit of a hiatus — the Museum of Neon Art is (re) opening in Glendale this weekend, continuing its legacy of offering a welcomed twist to the ‘art museum’ dynamic. Founded in 1981 by Lili Lakich and Richard Jenkins, the original location

5 Booths to Check Out at This Year’s LA Art Show

200,000 square feet of modern and contemporary art will consume the Los Angeles Convention Center between January 28th and January 31st. This is fantastic news for people who like to get in their zone with their preferred routine or recipe, and then proceed to