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Venice Art Crawl May Mixer this Thursday

Monday 18th May, 2015 10:12am

Join the Venice Art Crawl for a monthly mixer this Thursday from  7:00pm at the MyTable Lake House in Venice.

The event is an opportunity for artists to meet and source potential venues and for venues to find artists to create events for the next Art Crawl.

The deadline for submitting an event for the next Venice Art Crawl is June 1. Events can be submitted by visiting veniceartcrawl.com. In addition, the organization is continually in search of community members who are passionate about art and encourage those interested in volunteering for the next crawl to attend the mixer.

“This is a great opportunity to make connections within the art community that will foster partnerships for the next Venice Art Crawl on Thursday, June 18.” says Lauren Harrison, one of the event organizers.

The Venice Art Crawl (VAC) is a celebration of art and community that encourages the preservation of the artistic character that has made Venice such a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood. Currently celebrating its fifth year, the VAC is an organization by and for the people of Venice and greater Los Angeles.

As part of the Venice Chamber of Commerce, the VAC fosters collaboration among local artists, businesses, galleries and community members through a series of hosted mixers and art events. The Venice Art Crawl occurs in the evening four times a year on the third Thursday of the quarter months. The upcoming 2015 VAC dates are June 18, September 17 and December 17.

When: Thursday May 21, 2015, 7PM
Where: My Table Lake House, 1200 Lake Street Venice, CA 90291

Admission is $10.00. Food and drinks will be provided. All attendees will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win prizes.

RSVP essential. 

 

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