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Second Year of A.C.E Launched
At the Rothick art haus
A.C.E.: The Downtown Anaheim Arts District is set to launch the second year of its quarterly arts festival, "Art Crawl Experience" or simply "A.C.E." This free event will kick-off on Saturday, February 11, 6:00pm-10:00pm with over 50 different displays of eclectic art experiences.
Downtown Anaheim art attractions include the Center Gallery, MUZEO, the Anaheim Brewery, the Downtown Anaheim Gallery, the Promenade Gallery, Rothick Art Haus, Joy Art Gallery, TNez Gallery, pop-up galleries, Art in Public Places, live artists in action, an indie craft fair and 3 music stages at various location.
Climb aboard the Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) shuttle for complimentary tours through ACE. There will also be a Food Truck Alley with culinary creations from popular food trucks.
ACE is held on the second Saturday, four times per year. The dates for 2012 include February 11, May 12, August 11 and November 10.
Rothick art haus: A gallery for emerging artists and art trends, Rothick art haus was recently voted “Best Gallery” by both OC Weekly and City Voter Guide for 2011 presents “Hunters” featuring the art of Canadian artist Edith Lebeau along with Allison Torneros, Charmaine Olivia and Patrick Deignan.
Promenade Gallery: Promenade Gallery exclusively dedicated to the promotion of Orange County artists will feature “Arcade: The Art Show” featuring arcade inspired artwork and custom painted classic arcade machines. This exhibit will transport the participant back in time into the Penny Arcade and Atari era complete with the ability to play several of the classic machines.
This event is curated by Anaheim artist Ron Pete. Artwork also by Ron Pete in addition to Dustin Myers, Hank Huang, Long Le, Jonathan Melgoza, Joseph Chesmore, and Mikolaj Wyszynski.
Center Gallery: presents “The Art of Robert Thome: Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists Worldwide”. Formed in 1956, the MFPA is an international, for-profit association wholly owned and run by disabled artists to help them meet their financial needs. Members paint with brushes held in their mouths or feet as a result of a disability sustained at birth or through an accident or illness that prohibits them from using their hands. Robert Thome was born in 1954. He became a quadriplegic in his teens following an injury sustained while playing football. Always interested in art, he turned to mouth painting as a form of therapy and self-expression.
MUZEO: Marks the close of “Steampunk: History Beyond Imagination” by celebrating the birthday of Jules Vernes often referred to as the “Father of Science Fiction” with free entrance exclusively during ACE hours and a birthday cake reception.
“Steampunk: History Beyond Imagination” introduce visitors to the era in which science and industry were combined to launch mankind into the 20th Century - to become a world where ordinary human beings could do the impossible. Where the future shakes hands with the past.
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