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  • Burbank council ponders cost of art

    A $450,000 proposal to populate Lincoln Park with three sculptures was rejected by the City Council this week as being too expensive, sending city officials back to drawing board. “I think $450,000 is way too much money,” Mayor Dave...
  • Burb's Eye View: Marshaling his martial arts collection

    Burb's Eye View: Marshaling his martial arts collection
    Michael Matsuda has come home. He’s already moved in all his stuff — most of which has pointy edges and can hurt you if you even look at it wrong. Touring his “house,” you see what fuels his passion for all things martial arts....
  • Show choirs share the glee

    Burbank’s two national championship show choirs will strut their stuff together for the first time in a public show Saturday night to raise funds in support of local visual and performing arts education. Burbank High School’s In Sync will...
  • Bowled over by community support

    Two recent fundraisers, respectively staged by Family Promise of the East San Fernando Valley and the Burbank Arts for All Foundation, brought thousands of Burbankers out to show their compassion for families in need and to support art education in...
  • Credit union brings art to students

    Resting on scaffolding 12 feet off the ground, Randall Williams dipped his brush into black paint and made a smooth stroke that was the beginnings of an unraveling roll of film. And then, despite his precarious perch, he turned to the two dozen fifth-...
  • Council OKs Cultural Arts Commission

    With the city's centennial celebration fast approaching, the Burbank City Council approved the formation of the first Cultural Arts Commission. Mayor Anja Reinke, who pushed for an arts commission as part of her campaign platform, said she was excited...
  • Small, classic treasures abound

    Small, classic treasures abound
    There is much to see in the Angeles Crest Art Guild's third annual art show at Towns Burr Gallery in Burbank. But the works fit well in the space available. The gallery has added central pillars to accommodate the many paintings, animation...
  • Ceramicist has art down pat

    Ceramicist has art down pat
    It is rare to walk into an exhibition loaded with ceramic artwork of the caliber of John W. Hopkins. It is a medium with potential limitations, all of which have been overcome by this consummate artist. Hopkins' work is bright and beautiful, varied in...
  • Hundreds visit Fine Arts Festival

    San Fernando Road got a beauty makeover this weekend as dozens of artists shared their work at the Downtown Burbank Fine Arts Festival. The artists and hundreds of art lovers took over San Fernando Road between Olive Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard, which...
  • Olive Avenue Confidential: We've got to have arts

    Olive Avenue Confidential: We've got to have arts
    When council members voted earlier this month to convene a citizens' commission on the arts, I'm sure I wasn't the only one wondering whether yet another city board or panel — Burbank already has two dozen of them — was really the answer to...
  • Organizations

    Media City Ballet event kicks off 10th season Media City Ballet kicks off its 10th season with "Encore! An Evening of Dining and Ballet" from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Chevy Chase Country Club, 3067 E. Chevy Chase Drive, Glendale. Dance legends of...
  • A new king of pop art

    A new king of pop art
    Stark white walls brought out the brightly colored art of Nelson De La Nuez on Thursday at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank. With signs welcoming visitors to “Pop Land,” the opening reception for De La Nuez’s exhibit and book...