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Preview: Natalia Angeles “Diversities: The Art of Living”

"Different art forms are what inspire me to take photographs. The diversity in Los Angeles is an access to a world filled with passion and love towards art making."- Natalia Angeles, age 15

Las Fotos Project senior Natalia Angeles documents the rising cultural community in Los Angeles, people who inspire personal and city-wide change. Her one night-only solo show opens Saturday December 2, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Check out a few preview images below, along with in-depth information about the show this weekend...

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Las Fotos Project will host “Diversities: The Art of Living” on Saturday, December 2nd 7:00 p.m., a one-night only solo photography exhibition and art installation by Natalia Angeles, age 15, showcasing how our city’s most promising artists, community leaders, and advocates are positively and creatively reshaping our society. The project features profiles on small business owners, visual artists, poets, illustrators, and musicians including Chulita Vinyl Club LA, Esperanza Cisneros, Gentle Riot, Todo Verde, The Classic Barber Shop and more.

What: Las Fotos Project “Diversities: The Art of Living, A Solo Show by Natalia Angeles” Event

When: Saturday, December 2 at 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Where: Las Fotos Project, 2658 Pasadena Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90031

Visuals: Exhibit with 30+ portrait photographs of Los Angeles’ leading cultural influencers, advocates, and artists.

About: Las Fotos Project is a non-profit community based photography program whose primary goal is to bring about positive change for adolescent girls facing adversity. Through one-on-one mentoring, photography trainings, and assigned field projects, our programs and services foster the creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration skills needed to compete in a 21st century workforce. We serve female students between the ages of 11-18, from predominantly low-income households, who do not have access to photography equipment or arts-based programs.

To learn more about Las Fotos Project visit or follow via Twitter and Instagram @lasfotosproject.

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