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Jared Schwartz, Jared’s Art

Jared Schwartz, Jared’s Art

I’ve been drawing since I was a little kid, and I still draw as a little adult. Through it all, I’ve had one goal: to create artwork that helps the world get better, never worse. That goal has helped my visual artwork and my writing appear in various places over the years, so that it’s […]

Moonlight Vending

Moonlight Vending

Moonlight Vending is a collection of creative vending machines based in Long Beach, California. Instead of selling snacks and drinks our custom vending machines sell art made by local artists and creators. Our fleet of unusual vending machines sells everything from art prints to mystery socks. Our goal is to delight and inspire our users.

David Hedden

David Hedden

David Hedden is an intentional designer, artist, and urban farmer with a focus on projects that provoke holistic and creative thinking. Creator of makerspaces, innovation spaces, and an educator of industrial design at CSULB. His art practice evolved most from working with the LBPL Studio, Squeeze Art Collective, Arts Council of LB, and SpaceTime Collaborative. […]

Joshua Thomen

Joshua Thomen

Joshua Thomen reflects on his brownness, queerness, and familial histories and how they interact with cultural politics of power. Within sculpture, video, and writing, he uses the physicality of plushness and personal glimpses of vulnerability to center narratives of comfort and care. His memories, like those of queer dance spaces, evoke a radical resistance in […]

Transennial

Transennial

Transennial is about content and program driven by whatever pops up; committed to improving community and schedule across in across, beyond and through intervals of years.

mirrored fatality

mirrored fatality

✧༺mirrored fatality is a nonbinary Kapampangan-Pilipinx and Pakistani-Muslim performance art duo Mango and Samar, sharing their rituals, altars, and medicine through DIT (Do It Together) experimental and healing noise punk. mirrored fatality creates their self-proclaimed “cocoon webs” combining performance art, music, spoken word, graphic design, film, photography, painting, drawing, upcycled garments, anti-imperialist education, and healing […]

“PUPPY STUDIOS” By Francis Araujo

“PUPPY STUDIOS” By Francis Araujo

Our mission at “PUPPY STUDIOS” is to create an organization eventually leading to an academy for children to utilize principals of art into their everyday lives. Teachers FRANNY, PUPPY, and Mr. Meemee, will execute though mix media project like ceramics, animation, fashion, and outdoor gardening. To teach the children of the future to have an […]

Kirk Miller

Kirk Miller

In my recent body of work, I construct prosthetic memories as a means to explore the notion of self. For the past four years I’ve incorporated thermoplastic and biodegradable plastic figurines (self-portraits) and used redacted religious text fragments to investigate this idea. These new works integrate traditional art making processes along with an interest in […]

Brandon Easton

Brandon Easton

Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Brandon attended Ithaca College and then earned his MFA in Screenwriting at Boston University. After teaching U.S. History and Economics in NYC public schools, Brandon relocated to Los Angeles and broke into the TV writing scene with the Warner Bros. Animation 2011 reboot of THUNDERCATS followed by TRANSFORMERS: RESCUE […]

CiityxMiisfiit

CiityxMiisfiit

Spreading art with a smile, a thumbs up and a bit of wonder.

Landon Cider

Landon Cider

As a professional, traveling Drag King with a growing platform I’m proud to represent this subculture within the Queer community as a Lesbian and CisWoman. I aim to inspire fellow Women of all identities and ages but particularly youth to break heteronormative glass ceilings to explore and be proud of their creative skills.

Sandow Birk

Sandow Birk

Los Angeles artist Sandow Birk is a graduate of the Otis/Parson’s Art Institute whose work deals with contemporary life. Frequently developed as expansive, multi-media projects, past themes have included inner city violence, graffiti, social and political issues, travel, prisons, Islam, surfing, and skateboarding. He was a recipient of an NEA International Travel Grant to Mexico City […]