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January 17, 2014

Join the VAC at Our Next Mixer at Cairo Cowboy!

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Come Join us at our first mixer of the new year at Cairo Cowboy!

What:  Local minded artists, creatives, and business owners get together to connect, discuss art, the community, and Venice Beach!  Our mixers are a great way to get involved with the Venice Art Crawl, meet like-minded individuals, eat great food, and make a new friend!

Where:   Ciaro Cowboy Mediterranean Grill on 46 Windward Ave, Venice, CA 90291!  Cairo Cowboy is our feature sponsor this month— Stay tuned at the VAC blog to check out our interview with this delicious restaurant/ community art supporter! 

When:  Thursday, January 23rd! 

Why:  Because were cool like that!

Time:  7pm-9pm

Blogged by: Gabrielle Wooden

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Gabrielle Wooden is a writer currently residing in Southern California. Currently she is a blogger for the Venice Art Crawl and is working on her first novel entitled Blue Barcelona at UCLA’S Extension Writers Program. 

 

The Venice Story : Beth Allyn : The Venice Bike

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Check out our first featured “Venice Story” video!

“Venice California is without doubt one of the most eclectic, creative and artistic communities in the world.  An estimated 16 million people visit each year to enjoy the beach culture and to experience the artists, performers, characters and magic of Venice Beach.  What is it about Venice that makes it unique? Is it possible to define ‘The Venice Spirit’ ? ‘Venice Story’ is a new storytelling project dedicated to finding, capturing and sharing the stories and thoughts of every day Venetians.”

Beth Allyn tells us how a bike and a sign changed her life.

Recorded at Sunny Bak Studios during The Venice Art Crawl, Dec 19. 2013.

Blogged by: Gabrielle Wooden.  

Words and Video Borrowed by:  The Venice Story 

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Gabrielle Wooden is a writer currently residing in Southern California. Currently she is a blogger for the Venice Art Crawl and is working on her first novel entitled Blue Barcelona at UCLA’S Extension Writers Program.