Experience a Night of Transformative Art in LA’s historic Chinatown


“Like Dopamine through the brain, and Opium through the vein” – is the tagline for a night offering Angelenos a chance to mingle with local creatives at LA’s historic Chinatown. While savoring delicious food and music, you will get a chance to walk through the Mandarin Plaza be transformed with vibrant artworks such as paintings, photographs, and sculptures along with visual media, created by native artists. The event is a collaborative effort of renowned local artists William Hu, Richard Branley and Aldo Lihiang. Joining them will be a legion of artists such as Sally Chung, Billy Diep, Chris Fortuna, Mashup LA who will bring the idea to fruition through their impeccable artistry. The night will create an experience that will inspire and thrill you “through the intersection of creativity and collaboration.” This night of art and vibrancy promises to give all you art aficionados an opportunity to oogle at countless breathtaking contemporary artworks. Although there is no entry fee, you must RSVP due to limited space.

In the after hours, experience the Korean – Mexican culinary fusion at Chego, a counter-serve casual dining spot offering Asian – Mexican cuisine. Located on 727 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

Date: Nov. 4, 2017

Event: Dopium LA

Location: Coffee Hall/Mandarin Plaza, 970 N. Broadway #112, Los Angeles, CA 90012


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