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-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

 

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

 

-Let There be Light –

42 Nights, over 28 Light Based Installations in 25 Locations throuhout Downtown Long Beach

  

Self Guided walking tour map and Cell Phone Audio Tour Guide available throughout Downtown and will be downloadable at

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

Every Night is Art Walk Night this Holiday Season in Downtown Long Beach.

   

December 1 – January 10, 2010

Pedestrian Viewing 5pm - 1 am Nightly

Some exhibits are 24/7 Some Exhibits can only be viewed at night.

   

Pedestrian viewing Art Walk and Audio Tour throughout Downtown Long Beach.

 

Reception: December 19 5pm-9pm

   

"Let There Be Light"

 

Curated by Liza Simone

 

Richard Ankrom, Kent Anderson Butler, Laddie John Dill, Nancy Braver, Enrique Chiu, Susan Chorpenning, McLean Fahnestock, Candice Gawne, Richard Godfrey, Parichard Holm, Beth King, Helen Lessick, Karen Lofgren, Justin Lui, Joella March, Eric Medine, Uudam Nguyen, Rebecca Niederlander, Christina Pierson, Astra Price, Jeremy J Quinn, Deanne Sabeck, Ben Shaffer, Klutch Stanaway, David Svenson, Kazumi Svenson, Philip Vaughan, Meeson Pae Yang.

  

Experimental Video Project space at the Pike. Produced by Video Earth. VideoEarth.com

Call for projects. Equipment provided.

  

Phantom Galleries L.A. brightens up this holiday season by enlivening the streets of Downtown Long Beach with 28 light-based art exhibitions that illuminate 23-plus vacant storefront windows along Downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, East 3rd Street, The Promenade and The Pike at Rainbow Harbor.

  

Each exhibition and site-specific installation is accompanied by a Guide by Cell Audio Tour, allowing viewers to listen to an illuminating description of the art on view.

  

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recommended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

  

Deeane Sabeck, Beth King, Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell. To make an appointment contact:

 

Parichard Holm curated by Ten Terrell.

 

Laddie John Dill, Candice Gawne, David and Kazumi Svenson recommended by the Museum of Neon Art.

  

New Site Specific work by Nancy Braver, Laddie John Dill, McLean Fahenstock, Helen Lessick, Christina Pierson, Ben Schaffer, Philip Vaughn, Meeson Pae Yang

   

Highlights (more info TBA)

 

Returning Phantom Galleries L.A. artist Richard Godfrey’s site-specific TwentyFourSeven installation is an exciting integration of light, space, and motion. His piece, TwentyFourSeven, is in constant rotation and infuses the storefront in a vibrant hue. (on view thru March 1, 2010)

  

Susan Chorpenning will present Fiat Lux IV, her most ambitious installment of her series Fiat Lux (“Let There Be Light,”), three in the series presented through Phantom Galleries L.A. The dazzling new work expands 11 ft x 35 ft, and will invigorate the space with the joyous commingling of numerous brightly-colored twinkle lights, lava lamps, collored bulb and light based works, both wall-bound and strung.

 

Known for his iconic neon sculpture set atop the Hayward Gallery in London, Philip Vaughn will present the West Coast debut of “Color Chart 1” featuring a colorful cascade of neon tubes.

 

Nancy Braver will display an enchanting mobile-like piece comprised of die-cut luminous butterflies, made of mirror that float, swirl, and cast a warm glow.

 

Laddie John Dill, a Los Angeles native, who was born in Long Beach creates a new site speicifc work utilizing silica sand mix and neon. (more info tba)

   

Seven days a week, from dusk till dawn, Long Beach locals and visitors, holiday shoppers, and art-minded and art-curious alike can embark on a self-guided Art Walk and Audio Tour of Let There be Light. At each storefront, viewers can connect via cell phone with a personalized message from the exhibiting artist or curator through the Guide by Cell Audio Tour, presented in partnership with The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency.

 

Trifold map and of the exhibition sites are available at various Downtown Long Beach restaurants, vendors, hotels, as well as at various exhibition locales. Maps may also be downloaded from PhantomGalleriesLA.com. The exhibitions are on view 24/7, yet it is recomended 5 pm- 1am order to see all the works turned on and at its best and brightest.

    

Partners "The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency is proud to partner with Phantom Galleries LA, not only to revive empty storefronts along our major corridors, but also to showcase the arts and build a sense of community and culture in our Downtown," said Craig Beck, Executive Director of the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency. LongBeachRDA.org

  

www.DowntownLongBeachArtWalk.com

    

Richard Ankrom

ankrom.org

 

Kent Anderson Butler

www.kentandersonbutler.com

  

Nancy Braver

nancybraver.com/

  

Susan Chorpenning

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0168.htm

www.phantomgalleriesla.com/gallery0047.htm

SusanChor.com

  

Laddie John Dill

LaddieJohnDill.com

Refferred to by Kim Koga of the Museum of Neon Art

  

Enrique Chiu

enriquechiu.webs.com/

 

McLean Fahnestock

www.mcleanfahnestock.com/

 

Richard Godfrey

www.RichardGodfrey.com

 

Candice Gawne curated by Liza Mitchell

www.luminousartworks.com/

  

Parichard Holm

ParichardHolm.com

 

Helen Lessick

lessick.net/

  

Karen Lofgren

  

Justin Lui

www.justinlui.net/

 

Joella March

   

Eric Medine

EricMedine.com

 

Rebecca Niederlander

www.becster.org/artindex.html

 

UuDam Nguyen

www.uudam.net/

 

Christina Pierson

ChristinaPierson.com

 

Astra Price

dwapproductions.com

  

Jeremy J Quinn

www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/

 

Deanne Sabeck

www.deannesabeck.com/index.htm

 

Ben Shaffer

Foreverever.com

 

KlutchStanaway.com

SolowayJonesGallery.com

 

Kazumi Kobayashi Svenson

 

David Svenson

Recommended by Kim Koga of The Neon Art Museum

 

Philip Vaughan

www.philipvaughan.net/sculpture.html

 

Meeson Pae Yang

www.meesonpaeyang.com

  

Experimental Video Project Space

Various Artists TBA

Made Possible by VideoEarth.com

Image by Joe Lemon for Metro harvested from The Source:

thesource.metro.net/2014/10/30/city-of-santa-clarita-hold...

 

The city of Santa Clarita held a ribbon cutting ceremony on the morning of October 30, 2014 to celebrate the completion of the McBean Bridge Widening and Bike Path Project. The project was funded with $3.775 million through Metro’s 2009 Call for Projects. The city contributed $3.088 million.

 

The McBean Bridge Widening and Bike Path Project includes the widening of the McBean Parkway Bridge to eight lanes to improve traffic flow, the addition of a raised landscaped median and asphalt improvements.

 

The project also added a dedicated bike path and protected sidewalk on the bridge to connect the Santa Clara River Trail and the South River Trail. An additional trail connection beneath the north side of the bridge to connect the east and west portions of the Santa Clara River Trail was also built, providing improved connectivity for bicyclists and pedestrians.

Image by Joe Lemon for Metro harvested from The Source:

thesource.metro.net/2014/10/30/city-of-santa-clarita-hold...

 

The city of Santa Clarita held a ribbon cutting ceremony on the morning of October 30, 2014 to celebrate the completion of the McBean Bridge Widening and Bike Path Project. The project was funded with $3.775 million through Metro’s 2009 Call for Projects. The city contributed $3.088 million.

 

The McBean Bridge Widening and Bike Path Project includes the widening of the McBean Parkway Bridge to eight lanes to improve traffic flow, the addition of a raised landscaped median and asphalt improvements.

 

The project also added a dedicated bike path and protected sidewalk on the bridge to connect the Santa Clara River Trail and the South River Trail. An additional trail connection beneath the north side of the bridge to connect the east and west portions of the Santa Clara River Trail was also built, providing improved connectivity for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The Municipality, in collaboration with the CLD Beauharnois-Salaberry, also launched in 2015 a call for projects to give new life to the presbytery. This heritage gem offers exceptional potential for commercial or tourism purposes.

 

Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, Québec.

Call for projects 2014 XXL

 

XXL?

We propose to an artist realizing a new creation in exceptional conditions : a space of sims 4 (in square) and 60 000 prims for a duration of 6 months (included implementation) on AIRE Mille Flux grid. All the techniques are authorized, prims, sculpty, meshs, The only constraint is to use scripts reasonably.

 

To submit a project : send us an e-mail, a description of the project and a presentation of already realized works (portfolio, website), indicating your name of avatar on the AIRE grid.

 

Coordinated here: http: // aire-mille-flux.org / contact/

 

The deadline for sending projects is the january 10, 2014. The selected work will be announced January 15.

 

aire-mille-flux.org/join/

 

******

 

Appel à projets 2014 XXL

 

Pourquoi XXL ?

Il ne s’agit pas de la thématique puisque celle-ci est libre. Nous proposons à un(e) artiste de réaliser une nouvelle création dans des conditions exceptionnelles puisqu’il(elle) aura à sa disposition un espace de 4 sims (en carré) et 60 000 prims pour une durée de 6 mois (mise en place comprise) sur la grid AIRE Mille Flux. Toutes les techniques sont autorisées, prims, sculpty, meshs, La seule contrainte est d’utiliser des scripts dans la limite du raisonnable.

 

Pour soumettre un projet à sélection, il suffit de nous faire parvenir par mail, une description du projet et une présentation d’œuvres déjà réalisées (book, site…), en indiquant votre nom d'avatar sur la grid.

 

coordonnées ici: aire-mille-flux.org/contact/

 

La date limite d’envoi des projets est le 10 janvier 2014. La création sélectionnée sera annoncée à partir du 15 janvier.

 

aire-mille-flux.org/join/

 

Faîtes passer autour de vous !

Brussels

Rue de la Grande-Ile 10 Groot Eiland

 

The English artist Mr Doodle, winner of the Anneessens-Funck call for projects, created a fresco on the wall of a building belonging to the Institute at the end of June 2017, in collaboration with Treepack.

Image by Joe Lemon for Metro harvested from The Source:

thesource.metro.net/2014/10/30/city-of-santa-clarita-hold...

 

The city of Santa Clarita held a ribbon cutting ceremony on the morning of October 30, 2014 to celebrate the completion of the McBean Bridge Widening and Bike Path Project. The project was funded with $3.775 million through Metro’s 2009 Call for Projects. The city contributed $3.088 million.

 

The McBean Bridge Widening and Bike Path Project includes the widening of the McBean Parkway Bridge to eight lanes to improve traffic flow, the addition of a raised landscaped median and asphalt improvements.

 

The project also added a dedicated bike path and protected sidewalk on the bridge to connect the Santa Clara River Trail and the South River Trail. An additional trail connection beneath the north side of the bridge to connect the east and west portions of the Santa Clara River Trail was also built, providing improved connectivity for bicyclists and pedestrians.

This meme-style propaganda is meant to address Councilman Gil Cedillo's poor record on bicycle and pedestrian issues as well as his shortcomings on safe street planning in general; it also as to do with the large amount of money Cedillo accepted from the taxi cab industry ($56,000+ in the 2012 election cycle); as well as addressing Cedillo's poorly thought out diagonal parking scheme for four block of Figueroa that was submitted to Metro's Call For Projects in 2015.

ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: ROMA - La Call Internazionale 2016 è dedicata all’Area Archeologica Centrale di Roma ed in particolare al progetto di riqualificazione e risignificazione di Via dei Fori Imperiali, ACCADEMIA ADRIANEA (10|03|2016). Il bando in ITALIANO | Notice in ENGLISH.

 

ROMA - La Call Internazionale 2016 è dedicata all’Area Archeologica Centrale di Roma ed in particolare al progetto di riqualificazione e risignificazione di Via dei Fori Imperiali, ACCADEMIA ADRIANEA (10|03|2016).

 

ITALIANO - L’Accademia Adrianea di Architettura e Archeologia, in partnership con l’Ordine degli Architetti,

Pianificatori, Paesaggisti e Conservtori di Roma e Provincia e relativo Dipartimento beni culturali e

Areaconcorsi, bandisce la CALL FOR PROJECT INTERNAZIONALE PER VIA DEI FORI IMPERIALI A ROMA,

sul tema della riqualificazione e risignificazione dell’asse urbano, della comprensione e fruibilità del

patrimonio archeologico, architettonico e urbanistico in generale, connesso al tracciato monumentale

che collega Piazza Venezia con il Colosseo a Roma.

La Call si inserisce nel quadro dell’XIVa Edizione del Piranesi_Prix de Rome, che si svolgerà a

Roma e Villa Adriana dal 24 Agosto al 5 Settembre 2016 ed è strettamente connessa con il Convegno

Internazionale intitolato AREA CENTRALE DI ROMA. PROGETTI E IDEE PER VIA DEI FORI IMPERIALI, che

si terrà a Roma il 29 e 30 Agosto 2016, presso la sala Convegni de La Casa dell’Architettura Acquario

Romano, durante il quale verranno presentate le proposte progettuali.

 

ENGLISH - The Accademia Adrianea for Architecture and Archaeology, in partnership with the Ordine

degli Architetti, Pianificatori, Paesaggisti e Conservtori di Roma e Provincia and the related

Dipartimento Beni Culturali and Area Concorsi, establish the III INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR PROJECT for

VIA DEI FORI IMPERIALI on the issues of the requalification and re-signification of the urban axis, of the

understanding and usability of the archeological, architectural and urban, cultural heritage in general,

and in particular the monumental route that connects Piazza Venezia to the Colosseo in Rome.

The call is integral to the XIV Edition of the Piranesi_Prix de Rome, which will take place in

Rome and Villa Adriana from the 24th of August to the 5th of September 2016 and is also tied directly

to the International Conference “ROME’S CENTER. PROJECTS AND IDEAS FOR VIA DEI FORI IMPERIALI”

which will be held in Rome, at the Sala Convegni de la Casa Dell’Architettura Acquario Romano, on the

29th and 30th of August 2016, at which venue, the selected projects will be presented.

  

— PIRANESI PRIX DE ROME 2016 – XIV EDIZIONE – PRONTO IL BANDO PER IL CONCORSO SU VIA DEI FORI IMPERIALI, ACCADEMIA ADRIANEA di Architettura e Archeologia Onlus (02|2016).

 

Il 10 Marzo sarà pubblicato il bando di concorso di idee per Via dei Fori Imperiali, il primo dopo ottantadue anni dall’ultima consultazione concorsuale avente per oggetto la strada più discussa del mondo. Tale è infatti la distanza temporale che separa l’iniziativa dell’Accademia Adrianea di Architettura e Archeologia di Roma in collaborazione con l’Ordine degli Architetti, Paesaggisti, Pianificatori e Conservatori di Roma e provincia, dal celebre concorso per il Palazzo del Littorio al quale partecipò l’intera cultura architettonica di allora rappresentata da architetti come Giuseppe Terragni, Adalberto Libera, Luigi Moretti, Mario Ridolfi, Gio Ponti, i BBPR, per citarne solo alcuni. Dopo quella storica occasione, nessuna consultazione concorsuale è più stata bandita nonostante l’acceso dibattito che dagli anni Settanta ha, a più riprese, coinvolto il mondo della cultura sui temi del destino della Via

che collega Piazza Venezia con il Colosseo.

 

FONTE | SOURCE:

 

— ACCADEMIA ADRIANEA (10|03|2016).

 

lnx.accademiaadrianea.net/piranesiprixderome/professionis...

 

s.v.,

 

-- ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Maria Luisa Gottari, Prende il via il bando-concorso ‘Via dei Fori Imperiali’ a Roma Problemi archeologici con il fascio delle infrastrutture viarie e di trasporto, EDILIA2000 (08|03|2016). Foto: I Fori Imperiali & Via Dell’ Impero (G. Calza [1934] & L. Lenzi [1931]).

 

wp.me/pPRv6-3xy

Nice t-shirt! Metro has done some very clever pro-transit marketing the last few years. If only they'd stop dumping so much RST money into road widenings during their bi-annual call for projects!

Fancy taking part in this year's London Festival of Architecture? Download the LFA 2014 Call for Projects here: www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org

Gil Cedillo's Diagonal Parking for Figueroa - Some meme-style propaganda regarding Gil Cedillo's Metro Call For Projects grant proposal for 4 blocks of diagonal parking on Figueroa.

 

This image is one of several from a solo car crash on North Figueroa which took place less than a block away from Gil Cedillo's office on Avenue 56 and North Figueroa Street.

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

Lemon batteries

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Kristof Vrancken

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Jonathan Bessemans

Connected objects and wellness, AXA Seed Factory and Withings launch a call for projects to start-ups

 

minhtran.typepad.com/a_seed_factory/2014/03/connected-obj...

 

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Kristof Vrancken

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Kristof Vrancken

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

Lemon batteries

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Kristof Vrancken

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Kristof Vrancken

Eugenia Morpurgo - Office of Shared Knowledge

 

How can digital fabrication be utilized more widely for social innovation processes?

 

Although digital production methods and the Maker Movement have been designated as the basis for radical changes in production and for a third industrial revolution, the fact remains that the movement is still a niche phenomenon. In the Office of Shared Knowledge, Eugenia Morpurgo endeavours to bridge the gap that divides open source knowledge and production systems from potential users. The creation of an office space in MANUFACTUUR 3.0 shifts the focus away from the makers, designers, Fab Labs and their communities, towards a wider public and diversity of users in need of specific services. Their ideas, needs and proposals are then fed back to the Maker Movement through open calls for projects.

 

How can new digital fabrication models play a fundamental role in social innovation processes, for example in heath care and environmental policy? How can the government facilitate open source projects of this kind?

 

In collaboration with FabLab Genk

 

photo by Jonathan Bessemans

Calorimetry from Knitty's Winter 2006 issue. Made with a fraction of a skein of Malabrigo on size 8 needles.

 

Because I'd been hearing how HUGE the pattern was, I cast on 88 stitches (where it lies on my head is about 23-24" around), and I only increased until there were 18 stitches outside of each marker, which is about half the increases the pattern called for.

 

(Project number 8 for 50 in '07.)

Brussels

Rue de la Grande-Ile 10 Groot Eiland

 

The English artist Mr Doodle, winner of the Anneessens-Funck call for projects, created a fresco on the wall of a building belonging to the Institute at the end of June 2017, in collaboration with Treepack.

Brussels

Rue de la Grande-Ile 10 Groot Eiland

 

The English artist Mr Doodle, winner of the Anneessens-Funck call for projects, created a fresco on the wall of a building belonging to the Institute at the end of June 2017, in collaboration with Treepack.

The idea of building the Kocatepe Mosque dates back to the 1940s. On December 8, 1944, Ahmet Hamdi Akseki, the Vice-President of Turkish Religious Affairs, along with seventy-two founding members, established a society known as the "Society to Build a Mosque in Yenişehir, Ankara." In 1947 this society called for projects to be drawn up by architects, but none of the submitted projects were accepted.

 

Project A The Art Space is a project of the PGLA stART Up program organized by Artist and Educator Neil A France.

The plan is to start things off informal and experimental. We will utilize temporary spaces, vacancies that are dedicated to the community and temporary public art, to flesh out workable ideas with a focus on creating a long term exhibition space, educational programs, and programs focused on community outreach. We hope to offer instruction at every level. A place where photographers and artists can come together. Having a creative community space where everyone feels welcome and no one is turned away for a lack of funds. We will start with Photography workshops and a call for projects and workshops. Educators will gather to discuss their ideas and projects that they would like to develop.

Photography Workshops.

2014 Hawthorne

 

Call for projects

Bonobo jeans

September 2016

 

solo work

 

I imagine a pattern for a sweat shirt on the theme "denim spirit".

Submitted it to jurys and share it on social medias for votes.

 

TASTE FESTIVAL BERLIN - LAST CALL FOR PROJECTS

 

10 Days of Food and Creativity

 

Running period: 1 - 10 June

 

Place: Direktorenhaus Berlin

 

Food is a central topic for avantgarde

design today. At the same time chef’s and

producers are experimenting with various

aesthetic and conceptual approaches that

are relevant in contemporary food. They

are not only innovating culinary techniques

but are also reflecting on our daily food

philosophy.

 

The Taste Festival, introduces outstanding designers, producers,

artists, food curators, chefs and producers.

Aimed at all food enthusiasts as well as

industry professionals, the Festival is an

unprecedented opportunity to learn more

about taste, the sourcing of ingredients,

the experimentation behind the dishes and

the cultural significance of dining.

 

Additional projects from artists, designers,

studios or creative researchers or students

can be entered to the organizer until the

6th of May. Possible projects that can be presented at "Taste": workshops and lectures with culinary and design related topics (e.g. illustration/ packaging design, aroma and taste, food- and drink-design).

 

Direktorenhaus is happy to welcome a description of your ideas by mail sent to:

 

johanssen@illustrative.de

 

Read more: www.taste-festival.com

 

Illustrative e.V. / Direktorenhaus Am Krögel 210179

Berlin

Germany

Tel. 0049-(0)30-48 49 29 19

Fax 0049-(0)30-27572019

www.direktorenhaus.com

www.illustrative.de

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