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New Our Pride mural was completed yesterday at West Hollywood City Hall, 8300 Santa Monica Blvd. The new art installation by artist LaToya Peoples is part of the City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division 2022 WEHO Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival....
Saturday, May 7, 2022, is the last day to catch Resurrecting Weho Jesus, by K Ryan Henisey, at Tag Gallery, located at 5458 Wilshire Blvd. There will be an in-person closing artist reception from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Artists...
ONE Archives at the USC Libraries is presenting a yearlong public digital art installation for the City of West Hollywood's 67 foot billboard, the Sunset Spectacular, located at 8775 Sunset Boulevard, organized by ONE Archive's scholar-curator Jeanne Vaccaro. The digital...
West Hollywood's Meringue art installation by artist Kiduck Kim, has been lit in the colors of the Ukrainian flag to show support for the war-torn country currently under attack by Russian military forces. "In the City of West Hollywood, our...
The installment of the second pride progress flag crosswalk began today on the southern side of Santa Monica Boulevard at the San Vicente Boulevard entrance. The work started at roughly 8 a.m. The center portion of the new more inclusive...
The "You’re All Welcome Here" mural by artist Mike Stilkey, comes to life via an augmented reality (AR) installation by Eyejack app. The mural located at WeHo City Hall, at 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard, will dance via a smartphone through April...
The neon ONE LOVE sign art installation by street artist Scott Froschauer is back on Santa Monica Boulevard near the Holloway Drive intersection. The artwork, curated by long-time West Hollywood resident Valda Lake, the owner of Wallspace Gallery, was hauled...
The City of West Hollywood unveiled the artwork for the 2021 Holiday banner and poem. Each year, the City's Arts Division commissions an artist to create an image to celebrate the holidays, West Hollywood style. These images are printed...
The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division is seeking artist’s proposals for a hand-painted pride mural on an exterior wall at City Hall located at 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard. The proposed mural will celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride in West Hollywood....
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