Category: Lawndale

South Bay by Jackie.com COVID-19 Website Announcement

March 15, 2020

For the last nine years, South Bay by Jackie.com has kept the community informed of all the incredible leisure activities and special events taking place in our seaside bubble.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re temporarily switching gears to act as a clearing house for hyper-local news. We’re receiving COVID-19 updates and information from multiple, reliable sources. In order to distribute all of this information in a timely manner, we’re posting announcements to the Daily Blog page as we receive them.

Free Virtual Exercise Classes with the Center for Health & Fitness

Ongoing

Looking to stay active and healthy from the comfort of your home?

Beach Cities Health District’s Center for Health & Fitness is now offering FREE, on demand Virtual Exercise Classes for the foreseeable future via Zoom. For on demand classes, visit the You Tube page at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBJD64KWm7XAh6p0eaBIUSEo5N_0qwJdv

They also offer Live Virtual Classes with unlimited access to all live classes for $22 a month. To register, visit https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/3720be6b63d74aa2bc9e38d3bda4340c.

To learn how to join a virtual group exercise class, visit https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting.

ESMoA Experience #26: OOMO

June 4 – September 26, 2020

ESMoA presents Experience 26: OOMO, a solo exhibition of photographic artist Nicole Maloney. The OOMO digital cube is a conceptual interactive art sculpture depicting human oneness and our symbiotic association with technology. OOMO asks the world to stand in awe instead of in judgment of one another.

OOMO| OUT OF MANY ONE: Maloney is on a mission to capture every face in the world on the OOMO digital cube to prove that out of many, we are one. One humanity. Our differences are vast, but our similarities are colossal. OOMO confronts man’s symbiotic relationship with technology by broadcasting each selfie on both a communal and global scale. OOMO represents humanity’s moral imperative: to seek peace and tolerance so that every man, woman and child will see the other as they see themselves.

Maloney’s seminal work began with the original OOMO cube installation located in downtown Los Angeles March 2014. This analog cube is a permanent public art piece confronting prejudice with tolerance. It stands 2.44 meters made of steel and aluminum resting on one point. The cube displays photographic images featuring the diversity of man through a mixture of faces printed on stainless steel on five of the six sides.

The Summer Show @ PVAC

July 20 – August 31, 2020

Opening online July 20 at the Palos Verdes Art Center, The Summer Show is a virtual exhibition featuring work by PVAC members associated with any of its eight artists groups: Artists Open Group (AOC), Pacific Arts Group, Paletters, Palos Verdes Painters, Peninsula Artists, Photographic and Digital Artists (PADA), The Artists’ Studio, and Third Dimension.

This year, PVAC is pleased to announce Nina Zak Laddon as Juror. Nina is the co-founder of the Redondo Beach Art Group and originator of the Power of Art exhibition. She serves on the Board of Friends of Redondo Beach Arts as a Creative Advisor. Nina has been the curator of CA 101 contemporary international art exhibition for the past 8 years. She is currently the TEDx Redondo Beach Organizer.

Pierspective Community Art Exhibition

Ongoing

The Pierspective Community Art Exhibition celebrates 100 years of the Manhattan Beach Pier!

This featured, virtual exhibition pays homage to the iconic Manhattan Beach Pier through a variety of artwork by community artists, showcasing immersive works centered around the oldest concrete pier on the west coast.

Due to the high volume of submissions, the artwork is still being installed. In the meantime, please view all the submission in the photo album located at https://www.citymb.info/departments/parks-and-recreation/insta-contest#ad-image-4.

Image credit: Nell-Budde.

Submissions being Accepted for ESMoA Video Art + Film Festival

July 23 – October 31, 2020

The ESMoA Video Art + Film Festival is back!

What does ‘Rise Up’ mean to you? Make a 60 second film and submit it to the ESMoA Video Art + Film Festival.

Films will be reviewed by ESMoA and a panel of judges from the El Segundo and Los Angeles arts community who will decide which films will be featured at the screening event at ESMoA on Saturday, December 5, 2020.

A Jury Panel will vote for Film Favorite, Animation Favorite and Video Art Favorite. Festival Attendees will vote for the Audience Favorite Award. Awards will be announced at the screening.

TAM Summer Exhibitions

July 25 – August 29, 2020

Torrance Art Museum (TAM) is excited to announce new exhibitions for the summer that will be available to view via a series of ongoing online resources with a physical opening once State and county protocols allow for public safety. As always TAM is free and accessible to the public, but now with some new procedures in place to keep all visitors to the museum safe and secure. For full program details, visit http://www.TorranceArtMuseum.com.

Main Gallery – Semblance: Sunshine traces the material and aesthetic influence of post-war Los Angeles on minimalist art within Southern California from the 1960s to today, co-curated by Josh Hashemzadeh and the Torrance Art Museum.

Destination: Art – Hanging in There!

August 15, 2020

Destination: Art presents the Opening Reception: Hanging in There! on Saturday, August 15 at 4 p.m. via Zoom.

The Studio and Gallery artists will show their work for the first time in their own online gallery starting August 8. This is a great chance to see the variety of artwork created by this talented group.

The Reception will feature a panel discussion on abstract art, a talk with studio artist (and storm chaser) Ms. Kyle Boone and the introduction of the extraordinary, new 3-D virtual Gallery Tour!

BeachLife Speakeasy Summer Series

August 20, 2020

BeachLife Festival presents the Speakeasy Summer Series on Thursday, August 20 from 6 to 8 p.m.

BeachLife is back with another live stream for your viewing pleasure! The event features live performances by the legendary Lucinda Williams, The Aquadolls, Timmy Curran and more, including special guests and a spotlight on Heal The Bay.

Grab a glass of Jack Daniel’s and be ready to rock on!

RSVP and check out the lineup at https://www.livelist.com/jack-daniels-speakeasy-series.

To watch, visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BeachLifeFest/live/ or BeachLife website at https://beachlifefestival.com/, or the BeachLife Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQFikgpN3TXp8jcBmw68nqw.

White Light White Night 2020

August 22, 2020

Whalk With Sally presents White Light White Night 2020 on Saturday, August 22 via live stream.

The show must go on and this year, the team at WWS is bring the party to you! Learn how you can participate in Walk With Sally’s largest event, created to empower children experiencing trauma through a parent, guardian or sibling’s cancer journey.

The event will feature a special musical performance by Michael Franti and Safe @ Home Party Kits. Order your Party Kit before July 30 and save 20%!

PVPLC Docent Orientation

August 30, 2020

The Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy will have a Docent Orientation on Sunday, August 30 from 10:30 a.m. to noon via Zoom.

Become a Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy Docent and discover how you can share your love of nature with the community!

The orientation will introduce you to the different opportunities available. Volunteer in the Nature Centers engaging with visitors, helping with native plant sales, supporting the new Nature Club for Families or leading Nature Walks. Docents can also sign up to teach local 3rd graders about the natural history of the Peninsula. All training, lesson activities and materials are provided. You’ll also enjoy enrichment activities as part of the friendly Docent Community!

Virtual Tour de Pier

September 13, 2020

The Virtual Tour de Pier Experience will take place on Sunday, September 13 from 9 a.m. through 10 p.m.

For the first time, the Tour de Pier, one of the most unique fundraisers in the U.S. will go virtual. This year, the award-winning, outdoor fitness charity event that generally attracts more than 10,000 cyclists and attendees annually, will be pivoting from the beautiful Pacific Ocean shores of the Manhattan Beach Pier and Strand to a new, high-quality digital environment, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Team or solo riders will take part in an innovative Tour de Pier experience that will allow riders to pedal for a cancer cure virtually anywhere.