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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....
The City of West Hollywood presents the 2021 WeHo Artist Grantees with a special virtual discussion on December 15, 2021 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Click here to register. This year’s WeHo Artist Grantees include: Antonio  Rael – a...
This past Saturday night, October 30th, Jamaican Jonkanoo characters Queen, Devil, Pitchy Patchy, Jack-in-the-Green and Belly Woman were in high spirits as they joined throngs of Halloween revelers to make their debut in the festive West Hollywood community. The...
Free entertainment continues at WeHo Park via WeHo Arts, this time with special performances by Leggy Riggs Circus Cabaret featuring WeHo Arts grantee Alx Luke on Saturday, October 16, 2021. Leggy Riggs offered two live performances this past weekend featuring aerial acrobatics,...
The ONE LOVE neon art sign installation by street artist Scott Froschauer was hauled off last week to get some badly needed repairs after it was allegedly struck by a car. Workers dismantled the popular sign last Monday at roughly...
Leggy Riggs presents a free pop-up circus cabaret at WeHo Park, featuring WeHo Arts grantee Alx Luke. The Euro pop singer and songwriter is debuting his live permanence on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at 4pm and 6pm. Having immigrated from Russia, West...
2021 WEHO Arts Performance Grant recipient Leopold Nunan, “The Leo From Rio Sound Machine”, is set to stage a free concert at West Hollywood Park this Sunday, September 26, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. The two-hour live multi-genre musical performance promises to...
The West Hollywood Arts Division is calling on visual artists to submit artwork portfolios for a chance to create the City's annual end of year Holiday card 2021. The artwork will also be used for social media promotions and printed...
Vandals keep targeting the Relax, Ur OK and One Love neon art installations by street artist Scott Froschauer. Both neon works are currently not OK as they sit dimly on Santa Monica Boulevard by the Holloway Drive intersection. It appears...
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