INSIDE THE RENDON
EPISODE 1 // ROOM 43
TICKETS // EPISODE 2 COMING SOON
These events are FREE to the public.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in the mind of an artist before, during, and after a public event? Find out at INSIDE THE RENDON // ARTISTS SALON, a discussion with the artists, actors, musicians, and dancers behind the multidimensional productions at the historic Rendon Hotel.
Each episode will focus on the art and performances that have taken place in individual rooms at The Rendon, revealing/exposing how its community of creatives helped bring the historic hotel back to life.
Aired live on Zoom | Sunday, March 21, 2021 | 6 – 7 pm PT.
Join us as we reunite artists from HIDDEN ROOMS, actors from STORIES, and musicians from RHYTHMS OF THE CITY for an hour-long presentation on how these individuals transformed THE RENDON building during three unique immersive events.
Focusing on one room, RM 43, we’ll talk about how our community of creatives who helped bring The Rendon back to life as an art space—and find out what they’ve been up to since. Cindy Schwarzstein, The Rendon’s Director of Programming, Projects & Community Partnerships will moderate the discussion and offer an inside perspective on the past, present, and future of Art At The Rendon.
From HIDDEN ROOMS
Los Angeles artist David Lovejoy has worked as an artist and designer since the 1980s. His early career in graphic design supported an extensive arts education at several schools and studios, focusing on ceramics and 2D/3D design.
Known primarily for his assemblage and installation work, Lovejoy repurposes existing artifacts and fragments, arranging them to form new compositions.
His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in California, Hawaii and Oregon and is in collections in the U.S. and Europe. He has won a few awards, and in 1993 was named one of the “Art Stars of California” by Art in California magazine. In 2015, his sculptures served as props in a short film produced by Terry Gilliam, and he was recently commissioned for several permanent installations in the new Google Canada headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario.
When Danny is not performing he is climbing volcanoes, fighting bears in the mountains, and saving sovereign nations from despotic dictatorships. He puts his country first and his country does the same. Danny once killed a gazelle with a finger and not the one you think would be used. He reinvented the wheel to make it spin the other way. Yes that was him, and he wants to say, you’re welcome!
From RHYTHMS OF THE CITY