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Thursday, 21 March 2019 08:51

NoHo News - March 21

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Here’s your NoHo arts community update! NoHo News: NoHo Time Machine. Sorry to Bother You. Music!Music!Music! Dancehall. Theatre Brings Us Joy.

We look forward to sharing lots of fun and unique news, events, profiles and updates on what’s happening in the NoHo Arts District.

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 12:24

Lankershim School and Endemol Shine

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Did you know? The Lankershim School is the first school in the Valley. It was established back in 1889. North Hollywood was the first neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region and was originally called Lankershim. NoHo is a historical and artistic neighborhood!

Monday, 18 March 2019 07:34

Let's Sing!

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We need more song and dance in our lives. How can we do that? Well, North Hollywood is filled with dance studios and folks making and recording music. But what if you want to get out, meet new people and just sing? Now’s your chance to sing!

Thursday, 14 March 2019 08:53

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We're Getting Bikes! Elephant Man Comes to NoHo. Wine Plant. Theatre Brings Us Joy! Sorry to Bother You. Wine Plant.

Wednesday, 13 March 2019 05:47

METRO BIKES!

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Have you tried Metro Bike Share? Have you tried any bike share program in other cities? Well NoHo will soon get the chance.

Thursday, 07 March 2019 09:19

NoHo News

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NoHo News: Theatre Brings Us Joy! Blastoff Comics (for little super heroes). NoHo Time Machine. Live in NoHo.

We look forward to sharing lots of fun and unique news, events, profiles and updates on what’s happening in the NoHo Arts District.

Tuesday, 05 March 2019 11:36

Voices

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Great things can happen when given the space and encouragement to create. The Whitefire Theatre has given artists this platform since 2012 with their annual SOLOFEST - a festival of one-person shows, or solo theatre, that is a celebration of the solo journey.

Monday, 04 March 2019 12:01

Call for Wine (art)

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Attention NoHo visual artists, the Georges Duboeuf Artist Label Competition is officially open for submissions.

Wine pairs well with art...

The Georges Duboeuf Artist Label Competition is seeking professional artists to submit original creations for their Nouveau Label Contest. The top prize is the chance to have their art featured as the label for the 2019 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau wines.  This would include Beaujolais Nouveau, Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau and the Beaujolais Nouveau Rose that was successfully introduced to U.S. consumers last year. Not only will the winning art appear on more than one million bottles in the U.S., the artists’ grants, totaling nearly $5,000, will be awarded to the winner and runners-up (if their works are chosen for additional Nouveau label opportunities).

If you are a local artist who has submitted work, please let us know so we can spread the word.

Here's local artist Andrea Monroe who's submitted her "Wine Plant" piece for the label contest.

Andrea Monroe

This is the third year of the competition, with entries and social media followers increasing every year. More than 680 original pieces of artwork were entered last year, and more than 7,000 votes were cast through Facebook and Instagram by art and wine lovers around the world, almost double the votes in 2017. The competition has touched nearly 4 million consumers.

Emerging abstract artist Chloe Meyer, a native of Nashville, TN, won the 2018 Duboeuf Competition. Her original oil called “Foolish Pleasure” is a rich and vivid painting that features layered hues of fuchsia and violet that seem to dance across the canvas, reminding judges of the vibrant tones of freshly made Beaujolais Nouveau.

The Georges Duboeuf Artist Label Competition. Artist Chloe Meyer 2018 label winner via www.nohoartsdistrict.com
The Georges Duboeuf Artist Label Competition - Artist Chloe Meyer 2018 label winner.

Ms. Meyer, who moved to San Francisco to pursue a career in fashion, studied Fine Art at City College of San Francisco and the San Francisco Studio School, has been producing works over the past nine years that reflect a “lifelong celebration of nature and attraction to lyrical, gestural abstraction” that is rooted in her background of childhood dance lessons. "Winning the 2018 competition has been a true highlight of my artistic career, thus far,” Chloe said. “It was incredibly thrilling to see my painting reproduced on all those bottles and countless store displays, and heartwarming to witness the enthusiasm of my friends and family when the wines were released. I’m so glad I entered the competition and I’m grateful for all of the support I’ve received.”

The complete list of rules and regulations are on the competition’s website (www.NouveauLabelContest.com). Making a submission indicates that the artist has agreed to all the terms of the competition. Once the submission period ends, a panel of art experts will select no more than 15 finalists, taking into consideration comments and “likes” on each entry from visitors to the site. The finalists’ works will be incorporated into the Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau wine label format and returned to the site on Monday, April 15 for voting by consumers via Duboeuf’s Social Media platforms, through Monday, April 30, 2019. The artwork receiving the most “likes” wins the top prize. Artists are encouraged to post the submission to their own Social media channels to maximize voting.

This year’s theme for submissions is “capturing the essence of Beaujolais wine – fresh, youthful, vibrant, joyous and celebratory.”

It is the “first wine of the harvest” that was originally made by local grape-growers for themselves to enjoy in celebration of the end of the harvest. This bright, juicy and fruit-forward wine is released for sale every year on the third Thursday in November (this year on November 21, 2019) to welcome the coming holiday season and a reason to gather with friends and family. Situated in the heart of Beaujolais, Les Vins Georges Duboeuf is a family owned-and-operated winery with a rich history of collaborating with artists to create iconic labels. The 2019 vintage will mark the 37th year that Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau wines have been available in the U.S.

More information on the 2019 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau Artist Label Competition>>



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Thursday, 28 February 2019 01:37

NoHo News

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Wednesday, 27 February 2019 01:17

Blastoff Comics - Make March Matter

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Join Blastoff Comics for their Make March Matter Sale for Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Saturday, March 9,2019 from 10am to 8pm!

Sunday, 10 March 2019 07:22

Backstory

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Join The Victory Theatre for their bi-monthly spoken word series BACKSTORY, an evening of true stories, poetry, and flights of fancy told live around a theatrical theme.

Wednesday, 27 February 2019 03:29

The NoHo Time Machine #tbt

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Hop in the NoHo time machine and see the evolution of one of the businesses on Magnolia Blvd.

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Wednesday, 20 February 2019 08:53

Run for Beer?

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Run for Beer? YES! Brews Brothers Running Club (formerly Pitfire Running Club) is the NoHo Arts District’s social running club!

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