The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events

Art and Cake’s weekly art calendar has changed. Facebook was getting too tedious trying to cull through so many events each day with their new feature of adding many days to an event. We have decided to post only that weeks events and add more in depth information to help you decide where to go each week. In addition, each week will be a different contributor to keep the content fresh, relevant and edgy.

Enjoy and as always thank you for your continued support!!

(If you would like to submit an event or press release, send to with a high res jpeg for publication)

This weeks Lineup contributed by Dani Dodge


Wednesday, January 23


LA Art Show
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, California 90015
January 23 – 27


Thursday, January 24


Wild Oscillations
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
6522 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90028
January 24 7-9pm



Virginia Katz hosts Francesca Gabbiani
Eastside International / ESXLA
602 Moulton Ave, Los Angeles, California 90031
January 24 7-9pm


Friday, January 25


The Rendon
2055 E 7th Street Los Angeles Ca
January 25th 6pm and January 26th 11am


Saturday, January 26


Peace on Earth
Lancaster Museum of Art and History – MOAH
665 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, California 93534
January 26 4-6pm



Opening Reception: Beatriz Cortez & Focus Iran 3
Craft Contemporary
5814 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90036
January 26 6-8pm



Kitsch-In-Sync: Art and Its Opposite
Coastline Community College Art Gallery
1515 Monrovia Ave Newport Beach Ca 92663



Allegory and Cypher and Grand Opening
Lisa Derrick Fine Arts
961 Chung King Road Los Angeles Ca 90012
January 26 7-10pm



970 N Broadway #208, Los Angeles, CA, 90012
January 26 5-8pm



Valley Girl Redefined
Brand Library & Art Center
1601 W Mountain St, Glendale, California 91201
January 26 6-9pm



Coagula Curatorial
974 Chung King Rd, Los Angeles, California 90012
January 26 7-10pm



Second Skin: Night of performance art
Los Angeles Art Association
825 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069-4707
January 26 6-9pm



Kenton Parker
River Gallery
1086 W. Edgeware Rd., Los Angeles, California 90026


Common Survival
Tin Flats
1989 Blake Ave, Los Angeles, California 90039
January 26 4-8pm



Keith Collins: The Texture of Art
The Loft at Liz’s
453 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, California 90036
January 26th 7-10pm


John David O’Brien: O’Bibliology
The Don B. Huntley Gallery
3801 W Temple Ave, Pomona, California 91768
January 26th 2-5pm


Sunday, January 27


Far & Near – Art Talk
Venice Institute of Contemporary Art
401 S. Mesa Street, Los Angeles, California 90731
January 27 1-3pm



Call and Response
University Art Museum, CSU Long Beach
1250 N Bellflower Blvd, Long Beach, California 90840
January 27 4-6pm


Tuesday, January 29


Kimberly Morris | Laissez les Bon Temps
Cerritos College Art Gallery
11110 Alondra Blvd, Norwalk, California 90650
January 29 6-9pm


  1. Hi Estrid, Thank you so much for your message. We are part of a large art community on Facebook where we currently get most of our information regarding art openings and events. We only receive a few press releases and we don’t have the time or resources to research all of the events, websites, contact information each week. Currently the best and most efficient way for us to share information regarding a large number of events is through the information on Facebook. We do share the titles of the shows, gallery names, addresses and dates and times of events so it is easy for anyone to look up more information online. We are always looking to move forward with technology and the art world as it changes and will definitely consider your ideas in the future if it fits in with our programming. All my best, Kristine Schomaker, Publisher.

  2. I see that every single event you have posted this time provides a Facebook contact only. No websites, no email addresses. You must be aware that more and more people are refusing to use Facebook. I wish you would display more awareness of the growing movement away from Facebook.

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