Please join  participating Slanguage artists and lots more at the  Tree House Galley/Boutique soft opening reception this Thursday, July 1, 2010 at the San Pedro Art walk.  Enjoy the art and cracken music by: Selecta Ghetto, Ricky Madame X, Def, BIB.

7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
341 W. 7th st
San Pedro, Ca 90731

Free drinks and appetizers

See ya there!

MEDIA CONTACT:

Karla Diaz/ Slanguage

info@slanguagestudio.com

Slanguage Presents


Homegirls

Artist Collective Second Residency Exhibition

Featuring works by: Ruth Buentello, Sarah Castillo, Kristin Gamez,

Mari Hernandez and Cristina Ordoñez

Reception Opening: August 7th, 2010 from 7-10pm

Exhibition: August 7th-September 1st, 2010

Wilmington Homegirls is the resulting exhibition of a one-week residency at Slanguage by the Chicana collective from San Antonio Texas, Mas Rudas who will be on residency at Slanguage from August 1st-September 8th. The exhibition will be a large-scale installation that will examine and reflect on the complex sister-hood relationships that the term Homegirls refers to between and among women. As part of their residency, Mas Rudas collective will lead a panel discussion and an educational workshop with Slanguage’s youth.

SLANGAIR (Artist in Residency)

This is the second exhibition as part of the Slanguage residency program, SLANGAIR (Artist in Residency), which annually invites artists from Wilmington, from California, including one from Los Angeles, a national artist, and an international artist to the studio.  During their time at Slanguage, each artist builds a body of work to show at the studio’s gallery space and may or may not include teaching a workshop and leading a lecture or panel discussion.


Slanguage will be participating in “IMPACT: A Tribute to Breakdancing”

Saturday July 17, 2010

starting at 12pm

music, dancing and vendors

Come and support !

$5 donation 

East Wilmington Greenbelt Community Center

1918 N. Sanford Ave

wilmington, Ca 90744

Slanguage  members have started a historical touring component of Los Angeles. Interested in history and stories, Slanguage members are on an archeological  road to digging  historical parts of our own loved city. Once a month, on a sunday, we meet to tour a different part of the city of Los Angeles. Sunday June  6th, 2010  was the first.  Slanguage members met at the famous Belmont Shore Apartments built where the Graffiti yard “Belmont” and once a train yard for the city in the 1940′s used to be. We  then headed to the  historical part of Pico Union founded in 1781, which is the neighborhood that surrounds the intersection of Pico Boulevard and Union Ave. We started our tour at the Pico Union Library and toured a couple of historical houses and churches including the Alvarado Terrace area which was the site of the city’s first round golf course in 1897. Along the way we found more than the beauty of the old, decaying architecture. We found virgin Mary’s on roofs, trees, backyards and a couple of kid’s toys, mops hanging on tree limps, disposed shopping carts, make-shift vendor carts, and recycled auto parts. Come and join us next month as we explore East Los Angeles along the Gold Metro Line on Sunday July 11, 2010!



Come by and visit the  Slanguage team booth this Saturday, June 12,  2010 for Art Walk Los Angeles Arts and Music Festival.

From 2 p.m. till 4 p.m– Alonso Garzon will be leading a Hat Workshop with Slanguage members Karla Diaz, Shonowa Villalobos, and Mario Ybarra Jr. asking audiences to use recycled materials to build their hats in the same way Simon Rodia  the creator of the famous Watts Towers did out of recycled materials. Slanguage is preparing to have an exhibition next summer at LACMA titled “Possible Worlds” in collaboration with the Watts House Project. Come and join them, design and build your own custom hat to wear!  

Hat workshop 2009 check out more photos here.

There will be lots of dope art booths, live painting, awesome music, after party and  much more! Check LACMA MUSE website for all the good info.

Saturday, June 12, 2010
Miracle Mile
12 pm–12 am (World Cup event starts at 10 am)

See ya there!

D.J