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OPEN HOUSE: 1915 Apex Avenue, Silverlake


Open House, Sunday, July 24, 2011

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

1915 Apex Avenue, Silverlake, offered for sale at: $1,300,000

Spectacular vine-covered spanish style hilltop triplex on one of Silverlake's best streets. Tastefully renovated to respect the building's architectural intregrity. The beautifully maintained owner's unit boasts high ceilings, travertine and hardwood flooring, wet bar, slate fireplace, recessed lighting, central heat and air. 2 bedrooms, 2 fully tiled baths. 10 foot sliding doors open out to a 20 foot x 58 foot deck with stunning views overlooking the lake, and sweeping from Downtown Los Angeles skyscrapers to the Hollywood sign. Fully applianced kitchen features custom maple cabinetry, stone floor, and cozy eat-in space. Unit 1915 is a two level, 2 bedroom front unit featuring large fireplace, slate and hardwood floors, coved ceilings, recessed lighting, plenty of closet space and a private patio area. Unit 1915 1/2 is a huge and distinct space featuring 2 bedrooms plus den (convertible to third bedroom) 10 foot beamed ceilings. Slate and bamboo floors. 14 x 18 private patio deck. Additional bonus storage space is available for each unit including a large partially finished basement room. Excellent income.


Second Saturday June 11, NELAArt's Monthly Art Gallery Night

Saturday, June 11, NELAart presents: SECOND SATURDAY GALLERY NIGHT

WHEN: The Second Saturday of Every Month 7:00-10:00p.m.
WHERE: Highland Park and surrounding neighborhoods.

NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Night is a free self-guided tour of the galleries, non-profits and artist run project spaces located in Northeast Los Angeles (NELA).

NELA has a tradition in the arts that dates back to the early 1900s.

The tradition continues with new spaces opening regularly. NELA is now one of L.A.'s most exciting destinations to view contemporary art.

Featured image:  Todos Somos Flor – Felicia Montes

Presented by the Southern California Women's Caucus for Art

Opening Night Reception:  Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 7-10 pm

Opening at The Avenue 50 Studio is proud:  Democracy and Art, a visual conversation of the role of art in a democracy.  Thirty works were selected by curator, activist and art historian Carol A. Wells, who also serves as the founder and executive director of the Center for Study of Political Graphics.  Chosen artists address the shifting meanings of freedom and equality, censorship and civil liberties.  Using art as a vehicle for the discussion of political issues has a rich history, at times shrouded in censorship.  Please join us as 23 artists converse on questions of democracy.

Presented by:  The Southern California Women's Caucus for Art (SCWCA), one of 27 chapters of the Women's Caucus for Art, the leading national organization for women actively engaged in the visual arts. professions and an affiliated society of the College Art Association.

(Individual gallery hours may vary)

1215 Projects, 1215 Cypress Avenue

Avenue 50 Studios, 121 North Avenue 50

Bike Oven, 3706 North Figueroa Street

Cactus, 4534 Eagle Rock Boulevard

Cafe de Leche, 5000 York Boulevard

Curve Line Space, 1577 Colorado Boulevard

Jose Vera Fine Art, 2012 Colorado Boulevard

La tierra de la Cuebra, 240 South Avenue 57

La Vida La Galeria, 5050 York Boulevard

Leanna Lin's Wonderland, 5024 Eagle Rock Boulevard

Matters of Space

MorYork Gallery, 4959 York Boulevard

New Puppy, Unit 1, 2808 Elm Street

Outpost for Contemporary Art, 1268 North Avenue 50,

Platform, 5027 York Boulevard

Space 2710, 2710 West Avenue 34

The Glass Studio, 5052 York Boulevard

Toros Pottery, 4962 Eagle Rock Boulevard

2 Tracks Art Studio, 135 North Avenue 50 (Next to Avenue 50 Studio)

Lummis Day, the Festival of Northeast Los Angeles, Saturday June 5



Music, dance and poetry representing a colorful patchwork of cultural traditions will be presented at the sixth annual Lummis Day Festival, Sunday, June 5, the free all-day arts festival that has become the signature cultural event of the Northeast L.A. neighborhoods.

The dual-site Festival runs from 10:30am-7:00pm. FREE shuttle service gets visitors to / from parking and event venues !!