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Help The Los Angeles Artists Association?

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Will you join us in supporting a non-profit arts organization that has helped  emerging artists for over 90 years?

2017 has proven to be a transformational year in the long history of the Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) and our mission to serve emerging artists in our community. Our exhibitions have gained local and national visibility, directly enhancing the careers of the most disadvantaged emerging artists.

Some might say that if all LAAA did was secure excellent exhibition opportunities for economically disadvantaged artists, it would be enough. But LAAA provides so many more opportunities for local emerging artists and the larger community. Our ArtSpeak seminars and programming expanded by 30% in 2017 –  allowing an even larger cross section of artists and the public to benefit from our career preparedness workshops and panel discussions. Our mission extends to a broad cross section of artists of all mediums, career levels and socio-economic backgrounds, including those from low income communities. By supporting the emerging talent at the onset of their career path, we seek to provide artists with the experience, education and exposure needed to create and sustain a career in the arts.
The successes and expanded services we provide to local artists are impressiveand deserve to continue into 2018. I urge you to support LAAA’s 2018 Annual Fund by sending a gift today – it’s a great investment in the future of our shared cultural identity. Every donation of $500 or more will enter you in a drawing for this large original piece by Steve Galloway valued at $12,000.
Thank you for your consideration. Even $50 or $100 will make a powerful difference in the lives of Los Angeles’ most creative and underserved populations – the emerging artist.

Art In Place

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Art in Place.”, curated by Juri Koll, Director of ViCA (the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art) opens Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 3 to 6pm. The exhibition continues through December 2017 by appointment and is located at the Newberry Lofts, 433 Pine Ave., Long Beach California 90802. Selected artists include KuBO, Renee Tanner, Gloriane Harris, Cosimo Cavallaro, MB Boissonault, Theodore Svenningsen, Ron Therrio, and Reginald Van Langenhove, and works from the collection of ViCA by artists such as John Baldessari, Sam Francis and Edmund Teske.

Art Show in Los Angeles

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I am happy to say that I recently had two works in an art show in Chinatown in L.A., curated by my new friend Juri Koll.

As of today I have two works in this art show in Chinatown, Los Angeles, curated by Mr. Juri Koll. Do visit!

Posted by Reginald Van Langenhove on Tuesday, 9 May 2017

My wife Kimberly and I went to the closing event and had a blast: