Skateboard Workshop, Art Exhibit, Live Music Event at The Vex

Skateboard Workshop, Art Exhibit, Live Music Event at The Vex

Skateboard Workshop, Art Exhibit, Live Music Event

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Project Description

The inspiration for this event was conceived by George Pantages of All City Sports Marketing and his vision for how the skateboard art workshops could develop personal, educational and collective goals in the community.  The goals are to help the children and young adults in the community with building confidence and self-esteem, Developing technical and creative art skills in design, construction, and digital media, and offer a positive alternative to counterproductive activities (gang activity, drug use, etc.).

Event production & marketing by La Mancha Gallery with the contribution of The  Vex Arts along with All City Sports Marketing and Operation Street Kidz will present a day of entertainment for the community. Featured guests will include:  Legendary skateboard legend, Steve OlsonLance Mountain and friends | George Pantages of All City Sports Marketing  | Artist Albert Reyes | Gabriel and Diana Jasso of Ramp Beds, Inc. | Artist and Skateboarder J. Wilson of Sacred Steel  | A Special dance presentation by The Funky Bones Dance Crew | Artist Ester Petchar |  Artwork curated Omar Holguin and Installation by Stephen M. Gates| Award winning muralist David Botello will gave a presentation of his life’s work  | Live musical entertainment by LATE  Food and Drinks and much more…

Paint, brushes and permanent markers will be available for participants to design their own skateboard  workshop artwork.  Participants will be able to take home their skate deck at the conclusion of the event.

A Special thanks to George Pantages, Steve Olson, Lance Mountain, The Vex, Esther Petschar, David Botello, Morganne Picard, Gabriel and Dana Jesso, Operation Street Kidz, La Mancha Gallery for the donation of their time, materials and good will.

Project Details

Client All City Sports Marketing & The Vex Arts
Date 9.29.2013
Skills Event Production, Social Media Marketing, Webdesign, Curatorial Assistance
Client Site vexarts.com

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Community Event & Workshop

The skateboard workshop goals are to help the children and young adults in the community with building confidence and self-esteem, Developing technical and creative art skills in design, construction, and digital media, and offer a positive alternative to counterproductive activities (gang activity, drug use, etc.). Special thanks to George Pantages, Steve Olson, Lance Mountain, The Vex, Esther Petschar, David Botello, Gabriel and Dana Jesso, Operation Street Kidz, Stephen M. Gates for the donation of their time, materials and good will.

Event Production & Marketing

Event production & marketing featured the following guests:  Legendary skateboard legend, Steve OlsonLance Mountain and friends | George Pantages of All City Sports Marketing  | Artist Albert Reyes | Gabriel and Diana Jasso of Ramp Beds, Inc. | Artist and Skateboarder J. Wilson of Sacred Steel  | A Special dance presentation by The Funny Bones Dance Crew | Artist Ester Petchar |  Artwork curated Omar Holguin and Installation by Stephen M. Gates| Award winning muralist David Botello will gave a presentation of his life’s work  | Live musical entertainment by LATE

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Skateboard Workshop Gallery

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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration 2013

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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

Los Angeles, CA, September 26, 2013– Join Us in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The Vex Arts is proud to host a two day event, with Live Performances, Music, Fashion and Art Exhibition produced and curated by award winning curator Omar Holguin and Steve Gates from La Mancha Gallery. Hispanic Heritage Month activities includes a selection of recent works by famous installation artists including: Pola Lopez, Linda Vallejo, Neca Dantas, Victor Herminio Lopez, Olivia Barrionuevo, Raul Paulino Baltazar, Leo Limon, Isabel Martinez, Fernando Lozano, Ester Petschar, Felipe Ramos, Xavier Yarto, Nestor Rodriguez, Victor Payan, and many more..

Music and Fashion Production

A Special live stage performance by Victor Herminio Lopez, Poetry by Iris De Anda, The City Terrace Dukes with former original members of Los Illegals, guest DJ Edward Transylvania and a surprise musical guest appearance by Willie Chambers from the band Chamber Brothers best known for its 1968 hit record, the 11-minute long song “Time Has Come Today”

This event introduced innovative and independent fashion designers and their impressive creations, Designers included Krizta & Co., Bernadette Mopera & Co. Showroom, Coco Risque by Spice Lingerie. The included the contribution of following people: April Love Beauty Academy for the hairstyling, Bellezza Global for the Make-up, Choreography by Chu Yah, All fashion Photography by Raphael A. Patricio and Francine Monet of Hollywood Broker TV.

Project Details

Client: The Vex Arts
Date: 10.1.2013
Skills: Event Production, Music, Live Performance, Art Exhibit, Fashion Show, Art Installation, Branding, Web Design,Social Media

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Art Installation Feature

The artist selection was an important factor for this event. A selection of recent works by prominent artists included: Muralist David Botello, Pola Lopez, Linda Vallejo, Neca Dantas, Victor Herminio Lopez, Olivia Barrionuevo, Raul Paulino Baltazar, Leo Limon, Isabel Martinez, Fernando Lozano, Ester Petschar, Felipe Ramos, Xavier Yarto, Nestor Rodriguez, Victor Payan, and many more. This event featured exclusive new art installation from the series “Make ’em All Mexican” by artist Linda Vallejo

Music & Live Performance Production

A Special live stage performance by Victor Herminio Lopez, Poetry by Iris De Anda, The City Terrace Dukes with former original members of Los Illegals, guest DJ Edward Transylvania and a surprise musical guest appearance by Willie Chambers from the band Chamber Brothers best known for its 1968 hit record, the 11-minute long song “Time Has Come Today”

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Fashion Event Production

This event introduced innovative and independent fashion designers and their impressive creations, Designers included Krizta & Co., Bernadette Mopera & Co. Showroom, Coco Risque by Spice Lingerie. The included the contribution of  following people: April Love Beauty Academy for the hairstyling, Bellezza Global for the Make-up, Choreography by Chu Yah, All fashion Photography by Raphael A. Patricio and Francine Monet of Hollywood Broker TV.

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Glendale 6th Annual Open Studio Tour

Glendale 6th Annual Open Studio Tour

Glendale 6th Annual Open Studio Tour and Art Exhibit at Brand Library

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Project Description

The City of Glendale Arts and Culture Commission has asked La Mancha Gallery to participate on the 6th Annual Studio Tour set for Saturday, July 24, 2010 from 12 pm to 6 pm. Glendale artists and art organizations will open up their studios to the public. This free, self-guided tour is a rare opportunity to peek into the studios and creative minds of many talented and award winning artists who live and work in City of Glendale.

Artists from Burbank, Los Angeles, Pasadena and other cities in the region will also exhibit their art alongside Glendalians and become part of this valuable tradition in the City of Glendale.

From July 17 – August 13 all participating artists will showcase one of their best pieces at the Brand Library Art Galleries located at 1601 West Mountain between Grandview and Western during library’s open hours. The Tour and the Reception is free to the public. Everyone is welcome.

La Mancha Gallery will offer curatorial assistance and feature the artworks of Andrea Vargas, Baron Norris, Benjamin Murguia, David Taveras, Deborah Ashe, Eddie Jelinet, Ivan Holguin, Marcus Collins, Maria Teresa Chavez, Marina K. Rehrmann, Minas Halaj, Natalie Franco, Nicole Franco, Novei Beige, Samvel Hallaj, Silvio Sangiorgi, and Xavier Yarto.

The Open Studio Tour is sponsored by the City of Glendale’s Community Services and Parks Department, Arts & Culture Commission, Brand Library, a division of the Glendale Public Library, and the Associates of Brand Library and Art Center.

Project Details

Client:  City of Glendale, Department of Arts and Culture Commission
Date:  7.18.2010
Skills:  Curatorial Assistance, Artist Representation, Art Installation, Event Production, Marketing and Social Media
Client Site: ci.glendale.ca.us

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Curatorial Assistance

All participating artists showcased their best pieces at the Brand Library Art Gallery located at 1601 West Mountain during library’s open hours. La Mancha Gallery offered curatorial assistance featuring the artworks of Andrea Vargas-Mendoza, Baron Norris, Benjamin Murguia, David Taveras, Deborah Ashe, Eddie Jelinet, Ivan Holguin, Marcus Collins, Maria Teresa Chavez, Marina K. Rehrmann, Minas Halaj, Natalie Franco, Nicole Franco, Novei Beige, Samvel Hallaj, Silvio Sangiorgi, and Xavier Yarto.

Outdoor Installation

La Mancha Gallery featured an outdoor art installation at the 4,500 square foot Chess Park. The installation featured a artists represented by La Mancha Gallery presented collage of props to accentuate the artwork. The installation by Stephen M. Gates created a pleasing aesthetic that gave the viewer a chance to connect with the artist and his/her artwork

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The Artwork of Hector Pedraza at Sabor 2

The Artwork of Hector Pedraza at Sabor 2

The Artwork of Hector Pedraza on Display at Sabor 2 in Pasadena

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Project Description

Hector Pedraza, owner of NOVA Framing Gallery in Pasadena began painting since he was at a very young age in his native country of Colombia. Hector Pedraza’s rich canvases bring together the intellectual viewpoint of the original abstract expressionists, combined with the aesthetics of surrealism to create the sparse challenges of the minimalists, and the unfettered, primal qualities of humanity.

Aside from a mild manner business man, Hector is a renown artist know for his abstracts paintings, Hector’s choice of materials are canvas,oil paints, black pens, and acrylics, a tremendous force in the art community, Hector sets an example to many young and mid career artists by hosting monthly art exhibits at his location in Pasadena.
For the last 28 years, Hector Pedraza has been the boss of Nova Picture Framing & Gallery in Pasadena, where quality, honesty and craftsmanship goes into every piece, from an expensive oil painting to memorabilia or a diploma, Hector frames everything himself.

Pedraza is a long time member of The Pasadena Society of Artists and a City of Pasadena resident for the last 28 years as well.

La Mancha Gallery will have His work on display at Sabor 2 in Pasadena for the month of July & August 2010. On display there will be  approximately 20 pieces of Pedraza’a artwork.
Location is : Sabor 2, 708-728 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101 The Cafe.

Nova Picture Framing & Gallery is located at
1003 1/2 E Colorado Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91101

 Project Details:

Client: Sabor Cafe 2
Date: 7.01.2010
Skills: Curatorial Assistance, Art Installation, Social Media Marketing

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Curatorial Feature

Curated by Omar Holguin the selected 20 art pieces included new and old artwork from Hector Pedraza Personal collection

Art Installation Feature

Installation was set up to have visitors view the artwork with the option to sit down and enjoy breakfast or lunch in an artistic environment. Sabor 2 Cafe in Pasadena was a casual eatery with an ample menu of smoothies, salads, soups, sandwiches, pastries, bagels & coffee. Sabor 2 Cafe Closed its doors in 2012

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The Artwork of Hector Pedraza at Sabor 2 Cafe Photo Gallery

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“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

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Project Description

SHAKE FOR THE QUAKE: FUNDRAISER FOR HAITI RELIEF – JUNE 4, 2010 132 N. Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101

Curated by Omar Holguin, Director and Owner of La Mancha Gallery

We must not forget their continued struggle, the work in Haiti is long-term, we can work together, not to change our situation in one day, but step by step. The relief work continues: On Friday, June 4th, 2010, La Mancha Gallery and its Artists committed to support the continued Haiti earthquake relief and recovery plans in Haiti. La Mancha Gallery donated the works of Artists Natalie Franco, David Taveras, Eddie Jelinet, Minas Halaj and Samvel Hallaj, as well as donated their time and effort to help raise money for the relief process in Haiti. As a result $10,000 dlls where raised during a silent auction and a benefit titled “Shake for The Quake“, held at the All Saints Church in the City of Pasadena. La Mancha Gallery will be supports ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development), a group of some of the world’s largest humanitarian relief organizations, which focuses on creating economic opportunities for Haitians and rebuild local infrastructure. The effort continues… We encourage you to continue supporting this important work. NUMBER OF WORKS UNDER CONSIGNMENT: 6 FRAME SIZES: Various SPACE REQUIREMENTS: 30 linear feet (10 linear meters)

Project Details:

Client: ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development)
Date: April 04, 2010
Skills: Fundraiser, Art Installation, Social Media Promotion & Awareness
View: allsaints-pas.org

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Fundraiser Feature

La Mancha Gallery donated the works of Artists Natalie Franco, David Taveras, Eddie Jelinet, Minas Halaj and Samvel Hallaj, as well as donated their time and effort to help raise money for the relief process in Haiti. As a result $10,000 dlls where raised during a silent auction and a benefit titled “Dance for The Quake”, held at the All Saints Church in the City of Pasadena.

ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development)

La Mancha Gallery will be supports ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development, a group of some of the world’s largest humanitarian relief organizations, which focuses on creating economic opportunities for Haitians and rebuild local infrastructure.
The effort continues… We encourage you to continue supporting this important work.

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