Open – Taking place on May 20th from noon to 6 p.m. at Google’s Venice Headquarters, Venice Art Walk & Auctions is the largest art walk in SoCal and the biggest public event held by the tech giant, which turns into a gallery space for the event. Free and open to all (family-friendly), guests can access to the work of 250 contemporary artists, including such luminaries as John Baldessari, Ed
John Legend unveiled his brand new single, A Good Night, featuring a music video filmed entirely on Google Pixel 2. The song was produced by BloodPop and is a Friends At Work Production for Columbia Records. A celebration of love and connection, the song and the video are about a magical night where you meet someone you immediately connect with and can envision a future together. In the world of
On October 17th, Google celebrated their second highly anticipated Los Angeles Pop-Up, Made by Google, with a special event featuring a live performance by Jaden Smith. Guests enjoyed DJ sets by SimiHaze, Johnny Wujek, Markus Molinari, and DJ Crespo, a food experience by Wolvesmouth, and a video installation by Jen Stark. Throughout the shop, guests experienced one-of-a-kind immersive demos of the new Google Pixels and homes. Guests were treated to
Invite Only – The special opening night event for Made by Google in Los Angeles with lots of surprises. This year Google will open two pop-ups through the holidays — one in New York and another in Los Angeles — where people can come in to see and experience the new Made by Google line of products.
Ticketed – On May 21, join Los Angeles’ most prestigious artists in giving back to Venice Family Clinic. Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Auctions’ signature Silent Art Auction showcases the leading names in contemporary art and the next generation of talent. Every bid helps support our mission to provide quality primary health care to people in need. On the same day, guests can embark on our unique Artist Studio
On July 19th, Sam Waterston, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Dean Norris, Jeff Goldblum, June Diane Raphael, Brooklyn Decker, Andy Roddick, Charlie Day, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Paul Scheer, Anthony LaPaglia, Rosanna Arquette, Baron Vaughn and Kelly Lynch joined Sting at an exclusive concert in support of Oceana, the world’s largest international ocean conservation organization. Hosted by Oceana Board President Keith Addis, the event raised $750,000 for Oceana’s Save the Oceans, Feed
Invite Only – Rolling Stone and Google Play (RSxPlay) are teaming up and to celebrate, they are throwing a party with rapper Childish Gambino at the El Rey.