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Artists Speaking Their Mind

Art & Design

An event for the curious and creatively inclined

How does color influence emotion and where does inspiration come from?

These questions and more will be answered by the artists Anne Ramis,Lorraine Bubar, and Katherine Rohrbacher when they talk about their process and careers at the Bergamont Station arts complex in Santa Monica on December 13th at 3PM at the TAG Gallery.

Bergamont Station is one of L.A.’s hidden gems—where else can you visit more than ten galleries at a time without having to get back into your car? This unique, walkable compound including a museum and cafe was previously a railroad station from 1875 to 1953, which accounts for unusual and spacious setting.

The whole complex is open 10am–6pm Tuesday through Friday and 11am–5.30pm Saturday. They have frequent opening receptions and art events so check out their website here for more.

To visit Bergamont Station go to 2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, CA, 90404.

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