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Preview: Say Yas 818 Art ~ Opens January 30th

The latest in a series of Valley-centric art events from 207 Projects and 818 Art, "Say Yas 818 Art" will open on January 30th in Van Nuys. Please enjoy these preview images of art to be shown, along with details about the show and links for tickets.

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Cal Tabuena Frolli:


Jessie Helgesen:


Dominick Ortiz:


Jason Correa


Ted Gerike:

Featured artists
Aankha Neal
Absurdist Fiction
Cal-Tabuena-Frolli ( )
Camellia Saleh
Carlos Avila ( )
Dominick Ortiz
Jessie Helgesen ( )
The Little Miss
Paris Duff
Sarah Woolford
Sky Fairman
Ted Gerike ( )

A showcase of talented people that come together for an incredible evening full of inspiration, art, laughter and food. Awesome live performances + art + music and fellow artists.
Come join us Saturday Jan, 30th starting 7pm sharp!
There will be catered food (free) and a bar for those 21+ (not free)

Pre-Sale tickets available now!


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