The Brewery Artwalk happens twice a year, and if you’re going to go to any artwalk, make sure it’s this one. Ceramics, sculpture, mixed media, painting, visual arts, photography, architecture, installations – this one has it all.
About The Brewery Artwalk
The Brewery ArtWalk is a twice annual open studio weekend at the worlds largest art complex. With over 100 participating residentartists, you will have the opportunity to see new works, discover new favorites, speak with the artists and purchase artwork directly from the artists’ studios.
The ArtWalk takes place this weekend Oct 22nd &23rd from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Admission and parking are free. Come and support LA’s finest artists, take home some great works and dine at the on-site restaurant. If you have questions or require more information, please go to http://breweryartwalk.com
2100 North Main Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Interviewed by Jay Roach about his recently released memoir, A Life in Parts, (for Live Talks LA), Bryan Cranston was hilarious and incredibly likable. I mean, incredibly likable. Everybody loves this man. He received a standing ovation coming onto the stage and immediately quipped “well, I’ll just go home now then.” When asked which famous people, dead or alive, he’d like to meet, Cranston answered “John Lennon, Marlon Brando, Jesus and Kim Jong-il” – adding “come on, aren’t you curious?” Regaling the audience with stories from his memoir, Cranston’s self deprecating humor and infectious energy had the delighted audience eating out of the palm of his very “lively” hand.
Clowning about at Live Talks LA
Cranston’s memoir, A Life in Parts, is aptly named since it delves into all the roles that Cranston has played in real life…and on film. The memoir offers a window into Cranston’s life, showing us how he crafts his performances from these various roles – ranging from farmhand to hypnotist; from stalked lover, to murder suspect, to abandoned son. We travel with Cranston as he experiences epiphanies, moments of realization and visits dark places within himself. Told with plenty humor, Cranston’s memoir is a surprising read. Then again, how could we expect anything less from the man that breathed live into the complex and multifaceted Walter White.
And a special shout out to Live Talks LA for another stimulating and enjoyable show.
All photos courtesy of Live Talks LA