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Name Papillion Institute of Art ARTE:ZINELocation Los AngelesFirst Post December 2009

ARTE:ZINE is a contemporary art zine run by the Papillion Institute of Art in Los Angeles. Established in the spring of 2010, PIA is a multi-disciplinary art space and gallery exhibiting emerging and established artists. Committed to education through the arts, PIA provides art workshops and classes year round taught by volunteer professionals and working artists. PIA TV is their online art network dedicated to creating and producing original web series based on art and the culture around it. The institute is also home to interactive projects like live streamed art openings, live streamed artist talks, and a short film screening series.

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Photo: Installation by Megan Geckler, currently on view at the Papillion Institute of Art.

staff:

Name Papillion Institute of Art ARTE:ZINE
Location Los Angeles
First Post December 2009

ARTE:ZINE is a contemporary art zine run by the Papillion Institute of Art in Los Angeles. Established in the spring of 2010, PIA is a multi-disciplinary art space and gallery exhibiting emerging and established artists. Committed to education through the arts, PIA provides art workshops and classes year round taught by volunteer professionals and working artists. PIA TV is their online art network dedicated to creating and producing original web series based on art and the culture around it. The institute is also home to interactive projects like live streamed art openings, live streamed artist talks, and a short film screening series.

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Your link to sports history, one photo at a time.

Zach Klein
Working on the internet now so he can live in the woods later.

Hyper Geography
“What in the history of thought may be seen as a confusion or an overlapping is often the precise moment of the dramatic impulse.” – Raymond Williams

Photo: Installation by Megan Geckler, currently on view at the Papillion Institute of Art.