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Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE TRAVELER Just a few small things that could make flying, driving, and taking the train more enjoyable, and hopefully more comfortable. Perfect to give to your always-busy friends and those frequent “out-of-town”ers. MUJI Travel Pillow $15.00 from The MoMA Store (for vibrant play) 4-in-1 Travel Adaptor 2013 $25.00 from The MoMA Store (for easy transitions) Braun

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE INTELLECTUAL Great to give to creative high-schoolers, artistic academics, and anyone who enjoys getting lost in their thoughts. Mel Bochner: Amazing Notebook $10.00 from Art Markit (for impulsive ideas)

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE HOUSE Perfect as housewarming presents, and also great to give as gifts on rare visits to distant family and friends, these artists’ objects add a special artistic flare wherever they end up.  Whether new for the house, or an addition to an existing collection, from candles to mobile galleries, we are confident you’ll find something you

Gift Shop

GIFT SHOP Art and products by artists make great gifts for yourself, loved ones, friends and colleagues. In need of the perfect gift? Check out our constantly updated list from these great sites and shops.  Art Markit Find everyday products by renowned and crowd-sourced artists from all around the globe, including our very own Barbara

Fall 2014 Galas and Ticketed Events

For patrons, here is a list of ticketed events we think you should know about that help to support art and artists in Los Angeles. Individual tickets range from $40 to $5,000. Saturday, October 25, 2014 18is25 18th Street Arts Center (Westside) | 6-10pm (Sat., Oct. 25) | 1-5pm (Sun., Oct. 26) 18th Street Arts Center celebrates the

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FYA @ GLENDALE

Sleeper Hits ForYourArt: Brand Bookshop Sunday, July 28 | 4-6pm Tavern on Brand 208 N. Brand, Glendale ForYourArt invited independent booksellers from three of our favorite bookstores for art books to pick sleeper hits from Brand Bookshop. We’re giving them away foryourart to the first 99 people who join us for beers at Tavern on Brand. Dagny Corcoran has

FYA @ CicLAvia: Ben Jones & Ruben Ochoa

Temporary public art works by Ben Jones and Ruben Ochoa will be installed as Wilshire Blvd. becomes a pedestrian thoroughfare for CicLAvia ForYourArt (FYA) is pleased to celebrate CicLAvia and Los Angeles becoming more pedestrian friendly with temporary public art installations by Ben Jones and Ruben Ochoa. The works will be installed both in the storefront window of ForYourArt at 6020

MIRACLE MILE YOGA

Enjoy a creativity-focused yoga session at ForYourArt at 6020 Wilshire Blvd. Tuesday, July 30 ForYourArt at 6020 Blvd. 12–1pm FREE Classes taught by Tiffany Russo: Tiffany Russo’s love for yoga began over 10 years ago. Born and raised in Southern California, the practice of yoga has provided a peaceful balance to LA’s chaos. Yoga Alliance registered, Tiffany’s classes are challenging yet playful with an emphasis on physical alignment

PLAN ForYourArt THIS WEEK: L.A.

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Florence, Cradle of the Renaissance: A Conversation with Peter Weller Getty Center (Brentwood) 7pm Actor, director, and art historian Peter Weller presents a free lecture on living, working, and studying art history in Florence. In a conversation with Christine Sciacca, assistant curator

PLAN ForYourArt TODAY: L.A.

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art every day. Happy Thanksgiving! In honor of Thanksgiving, LACMA has put together a post of art depicting what was eaten at the original feast in 1621 between the Plymouth colony and the Wampanoag tribe. Check it out here and enjoy the holiday weekend. Image: Claes Oldenburg, Baked Potato, 1967,

PLAN ForYourArt TODAY: L.A.

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art every day. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 Scott Greenwalt: Phenomenal Specimens WEEKEND (Los Feliz) 7pm Opening reception for Phenomenal Specimens, an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Oakland-based artist Scott Greenwalt. The event features a performance by musical group BARFTH at 9pm. On view through August 26, 2012. Public

Itinerary: For Kids

ForYourArt Selects Events, Programs, and Exhibitions for You Around Particular Themes and Interests This week, we’ve pulled events, programs, and exhibitions from around Los Angeles for children. What are you interested in? Tell us! Email submit@foryourart.com with ideas. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 Animation August Screening: Bolt Hancock Park (Miracle Mile) Screening Begins at Sundown Presented by LACMA, this free film

PLAN ForYourArt THIS WEEK: L.A.

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 Made in L.A. Music Hammer Museum (Westwood) 7pm The fifth of the Made in L.A. Music series features a live set by KCRW’s Jeremy Sole in the Hammer’s courtyard. This free event includes extended gallery hours. Presented by the Hammer and KCRW, the Made in

PLAN ForYourArt THIS WEEK: NY

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. Powered by ARTINFO ForYourArt mapped Artinfo’s guide to public sculpture for Summer 2012 in New York and added New York’s favorite cheap eats nearby. Click here or on the map below to view the map. For the original guide: http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/805662/arts-out-for-summer-artinfos-comprehensive-guide-to-public-sculpture-in-new-york OPENING THIS WEEK Yayoi Kusama Whitney Museum (945 Madison Avenue)

PLAN ForYourArt THIS WEEK: L.A.

ForYourArt’s curated list of the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. THURSDAY, JUNE 21 Liz Glynn: No Second Troy Catalogue Launch ForYourArt at 6020 Wilshire Blvd. (Miracle Mile) 6-9pm Curated by Ciara Ennis at Pitzer Art Galleries, Pitzer College earlier this year, Liz Glynn: No Second Troy explored the discovery and legacy of Priam’s Treasure, the importation of people

PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: Today

ForYourArt’s curated list of the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. TUESDAY, JUNE 12 Yoga for Artists ForYourArt at 6020 Wilshire Blvd. (Miracle Mile) 12-1pm Enjoy a creativity-focused yoga session taught by Tiffany Russo.  Please bring a mat and wear comfortable clothing. Yoga for Artists will be free for a limited time. Time Alters All: A Retrospective of an Emerging

PLAN ForYourArt THIS WEEK: L.A.

ForYourArt’s curated list of the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. THURSDAY, JUNE 7 Zac Monday Hammer Museum (Westwood) 11am-8pm Presented in conjunction with Made in L.A., this performance will feature Zac Monday and his cast of characters presenting different scenarios around the gallery spaces. These performances call attention to architectural moments, emotional expectations,

Behind the Scenes: Development at LACMA

For many, the inner workings of a museum are often obscured. ForYourArt steps into their offices to talk about what really happens. Abby Bangser, director of Major Giving Programs at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) since 2009, fell into development unsuspectingly, having interned at Chicago’s David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art and

CURATED ITINERARY: Talks and Lectures

ForYourArt Curates Focused Itineraries for You Around Particular Themes And Interests. THURSDAY, MAY 24 What We Talk About When We Talk About Food Taylor de Cordoba (Culver City) 7:30pm What We Talk About When We Talk About Food, the summer’s first installment of literary series Eating Our Words, will feature journalist Kevin West in discussion