Lauren Kasmer

In conjunction with the 'Blue' exhibition at The Loft at Liz’s, Lauren Kasmer presents 'Not So Blue', a celebratory evening on Thursday December 8, 2016 from 7-9pm with small bites, rhythm and blues, hip hop, projected video and wearable art in conjunction with Blue, the exhibition at the Loft at Liz’s gallery. Free with donations benefiting two local nonprofit organizations*:


The Edibles:

Savories by Douglas Wilcox:

Blued Potatoes, 3 Ways (Croquette, Infused, and Classic)

Blue Oyster Grilled Mushrooms

Blue Crab Consume

Blue Corn Tamales

Blue Cheese Course

Sweets by Yukari Kajihara

Mini Cupcakes (gf) w/ “Blue” Cheese Icing

Blued Icebox cookies

Dark Chocolate Bark with Blueberries

The Acoustics:

Rhythm and blues by the Bite the Blue ensemble, a trio of local working musicians well versed in the blues and Americana:

Rico Topazio, Bass
Travis Daggett, Guitar
Rob Klonel, Drums

Hip Hop etc. by members of the Ubiquitous Love Tribe, an artist collective in various mediums. Performing members:

Matthew Rich
Osiris Booque
Leiah Wright
Matthew Shane
Kadar Vernes
Jesse Wright
Tundae Mena
Darrian Jenkins
Miriha Austin

The Art:

The artists whose works are in the group exhibition “Blue” at the Loft At Liz’s are on on display throughout the gallery & until 1/09/17. Visit Loft at LIz's facebook page.

A collection of photographic textiles as wearables by Lauren Kasmer are moving displays on the hosts this evening and 'Ultra Blue', a video projection at the exterior rear entrance, is also by Lauren Kasmer with the help of composed sound by Jennifer Ricciardi and photography by Alicia Robbins

'Not So Blue by Lauren Kasmer' is a free event with donations to benefit the nonprofit organizations: Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children & A Window Between Worlds. A
Suggested donation is $10 at the door.
Parking information and ticket via an
RSVP which is required if you will be in attendance.


The Blue exhibition is ongoing through January 9, 2017 and a selection of Lauren Kasmer wearables are on display.

The Loft at Liz's gallery entrance is in the rear via the alley.


The gallery entrance is in the rear.

You may park anywhere on La Brea or 6th street at 7pm.

Alternately, you may park in the lot behind La Brea Bakery.