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La Luz de Jesus at Beyond Eden 2011

Following today's general openings for PULSE LA and Fountain LA, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in historic Barnsdall Park (East Hollywood) will be opening their doors for the third annual Beyond Eden art fair. Comprising of some of the LA area's most esteemed and upcoming venues, such as La Luz de Jesus, Thinkspace, Copro, C.A.V.E. and Nucleus (to name a few), Beyond Eden sets itself part in a beautiful hilltop venue and massive opening night party. The event begins at 5pm, goes till 11pm, and will feature live painting, djs, a sponsored bar, all with free admission to the public.

It's going to be a busy couple months for La Luz de Jesus with their overwhelmingly massive 25th anniversary show and book release just around the corner, get a preview of their Beyond Eden works after the jump, or in person this Saturday, October 1st (5pm to 11pm) and Sunday October 2nd (noon to 5pm.)

Mark Todd

Following today’s general openings for PULSE LA and Fountain LA, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in historic Barnsdall Park (East Hollywood) will be opening their doors for the third annual Beyond Eden art fair. Comprising of some of the LA area’s most esteemed and upcoming venues, such as La Luz de Jesus, Thinkspace, Copro, C.A.V.E. and Nucleus (to name a few), Beyond Eden sets itself part in a beautiful hilltop venue and massive opening night party. The event begins at 5pm, goes till 11pm, and will feature live painting, djs, a sponsored bar, all with free admission to the public.

It’s going to be a busy couple months for La Luz de Jesus with their overwhelmingly massive 25th anniversary show and book release just around the corner, get a preview of their Beyond Eden works after the jump, or in person this Saturday, October 1st (5pm to 11pm) and Sunday October 2nd (noon to 5pm.)

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