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Thursday, June 27, 2013
FW: Tuesday Night Cafe is feeling Quirky on July 2nd!
Glad they’re still doing it.
From: Tuesday Night Project [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Tuesday Night Project Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2013 10:00 AM To: =?utf-8?Q??= Subject: Tuesday Night Cafe is feeling Quirky on July 2nd!
Address Tuesday Night Cafe Aratani Courtyard at Union Center for the Arts 120 Judge John Aiso St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Parking Parking available across the street from the courtyard at the Aiso Street Parking Lot. $3 flat rate after 5pm!
Is feeling Quirky on July 2nd!
Tuesday Night Project presents:
The 1st & 3rd Tuesday Night Cafe The Quirky Show!
July 2, 2013
Please join us at one of the longest running free public arts series in downtown Los Angeles. Highlighting new work in visual and performance arts from the Los Angeles and Asian American artistic community in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo.
Come celebrate Tim's 20th Anniversary as Producing Artistic Director of East West Players!
An indoor/outdoor event featuring the best musical talent from the best musicals that EWP has produced. In addition, a delectable menu of Asian fusion, great wine from the collections of our EWP wine aficionados, a hosted open bar (have you had a Tim Dang Banger yet?), and desserts to die for...and you have one heck of an evening.
Armed with a Camera Accepting Submissions through August 2nd
In its twelfth season, the successful Armed With a Camera (AWC) Fellowship for Emerging Media Artists nurtures the next generation of Asian Pacific American media artists to capture their world, surroundings and outlook on life. Visual Communications works with the Fellows for seven months and provides special training, mentoring and networking opportunities, access to facilities and equipment, plus a cash and rental stipend to create four to five-minute digital shorts that premiere at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and other venues nationwide.