This Saturday, September 18th, Venice-based art collective Anchor Cult is
curating a group art show at Hotel Shangri-la (1301 Ocean Avenue, Santa
Monica, CA) from 3pm to 10pm. The show, presented by Tamie Adaya, is a
benefit for the Venice Family Clinic, the nation’s largest free medical
clinic. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit the clinic.
We’ve tapped an eclectic mix of artists whose work is inspired by or
utilizes public spaces including pop-art celeb Shepard Fairey, NEA award
winning poet Paul Vangelisti, style icon Kime Buzzeli, original Z-Boy
skater and surf board shaper Chris Cahill, painter and poster girl Dee Dee
Cheriel, and OG graffiti artists Brother Israel, Krush, and Xpress. In
other words, we’ve got street art for street medicine.
The show will held outside by the hotel’s swank pool where DJs will be on
the ones and twos. So, come and check out some amazing art, take a dip and
enjoy a cocktail–all for a good cause.