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Last Minute Deals: Gift an Experience at the Museum of Dream Space

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by Genevieve Marie

BEVERLY HILLS — If you’re doing some last minute shopping at the Beverly Center this week, you may want to bring a friend or family member who really loves selfies.

The Museum of Dream Space is offering a holiday discount of 20% off GA when guests use code MODSMAS to order tickets online, valid thru December 25th. General admission is usually $32, and military, senior, student, kids and groups have discounted options.

Soul singer Honey Larochelle

In addition to the immense, portrait-perfect art installations throughout the Beverly Center mall, the 6th floor offers an interactive digital art gallery, The Museum of Dream Space, with some holiday-themed bonuses, such as a snow themed projection, and a red carpet-style backdrop, complete with a white Christmas tree.

Everyone who enters is welcome to take selfies and photos, but MODS also offers “VIP” packages that include a professional photo shoot in the art space.

Pierre, Technical Manager at MODS

“The 6-room space was so popular when we opened [in May] that we had to remove some of the design in the ‘infinity hall’ to accommodate the crowds” says Pierre, a technical manager at the museum. “Tickets for the grand opening had a wait list, a time scheduled, and time limits, just so everyone could get in. Fortunately, we don’t have to do that at this time.”

Designed by Chinese artists, the “first digital art museum in the U.S.” opened this year, and expects not only to stick around, but to open more locations with more rooms – in Hollywood and Las Vegas – in 2020.

Actress Naomi Grossman admires from below


Photos by Genevieve Marie
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Prepare Your Farewell: LACMA Ready to Tear Down Its Campus

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LOS ANGELES (Curbed LA) — Heavy machinery was placed Monday in front of the the Ahmanson Building on Wilshire Boulevard to aid in pre-construction work, namely abatement, says Jessica Youn, a Los Angeles County Museum of Art spokesperson.

That caused some alarm among museum fans, who feared demolition was finally in full swing.

“We’ll paint it from life as we see the heavy machinery tear its guts out,” local arts group Roofless Painters posted on Instagram.

The abatement, which would find and remove any potentially hazardous materials in the marble-clad edifice, must be done before the building and three others at the museum can be torn down to make way for a new, divisive museum structure designed by […]

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‘Journey of the Bearded Tarot’ Exhibit Closes Jan 14

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City Presents a New Exhibition: ‘Journey of the Bearded Tarot’

WEST HOLLYWOOD — The City of West Hollywood’s exhibition of artworks by Doug Hammett at the West Hollywood Library called Journey of the Bearded Tarot will close on Tuesday, January 14.

Images in the exhibit are the artist’s interpretation of the traditional tarot deck. They serve as momentary guides, giving the participant a new perspective on the past, present, and future, revealing hidden gems that might normally remain hidden from view. 

Available for viewing during regular library hours through Tuesday, January 14 at the West Hollywood Library, located at 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard.

For more information about Journey of the Bearded Tarot, please visit www.weho.org/community.

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‘Journey of the Bearded Tarot’ Exhibit Closes Jan 14

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WEST HOLLYWOOD — The City of West Hollywood’s exhibition of artworks by Doug Hammett at the West Hollywood Library called Journey of the Bearded Tarot will close on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.

Images in the exhibit are the artist’s interpretation of the traditional tarot deck. They serve as momentary guides, giving the participant a new perspective on the past, present, and future, revealing hidden gems that might normally remain hidden from view. 

The traditional Tarot deck is a collection of 78 illustrated cards, speculated to have originated in the 15th century. On a surface level,the decks were used as playing cards for mere entertainment. Yet under closer inspection, the illustrations reveal a profound archetypal language, speaking to a universal story of humankind’s heroic journey to find meaning in this complex universe. 

Although hundreds of decks have been re-imagined by different artists over the years, the meaning of the individual cards remains consistent. 22 cards comprise the Major Arcana (Big Secret) and 56 cards the Minor Arcana (Little Secret). Unique to the “Tarot of the Bearded Journey” the cards can be laid out in a linear fashion (as seen in the book), revealing several hidden journeys through both Major and Minor Arcana. 

The Major Arcana portrays the phases of one’s life from early innocence and societal rearing, through phases of outer independence and initiation that eventually returns to an inner spiritual maturation; a heroic journey through Mind, Body, and Spirit. 

The Minor Arcana depicts a more detailed initiation through the four elements: Water, Air, Fire, and Earth. The traditional four suits Tarot deck, Cups, Swords, Wands, and Coins directly relate to these elements as well as seasons and psychological types. 

  • Water/Winter/Cups/Emotion
  • Air/Spring/Swords/Intellect
  • Fire/Summer/Wands/Intuition
  • Earth/Fall/Coins/Physical

Take part in the “Journey of the Bearded Tarot”. The images in the deck serve as momentary guides, giving the participant a new perspective on the past, present, and future, revealing hidden gems that might normally remain hidden from view.

Doug Hammett has been an artist for 35 years, working primarily in painting, sculpture, theater, and music. He has an MFA from Art Center College of Design, and a BFA from the University of Redlands. He serves as a director for Art 105, based in Old Town Pasadena and the Arts District of LA, a center for exploring art, music, and theater.

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26 Water 5 Bleed Title Flat

To view his latest series of works and links to the tarot deck including past works go to www.doughammett.gallery.

For more information regarding this exhibit please contact Mike Che, Arts Coordinator, mche@weho.org.

Available for viewing during regular library hours through Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at the West Hollywood Library, located at 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard.

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