Welcome to Tattooland where the body is a canvas. Relive the history of the ink art form's transformation from generic stencils to contemporary freestyle masterpieces. Tattoo legends—including actor Danny Trejo and tattoo artist turned designer Ed Hardy—spill the chronicles of the “ink revolution” at the height of its metamorphosis in East Los Angeles.
Assist upcoming scholars as you dance and dine. Delight in a live performance from the folk-fused pop, jazz, and Americana music of Mezzo Mestizo, a local acoustic trio. Enjoy pairing wine with an eclectic variety of edibles from Root Down, Table 6, Sushi Hai, and D Bar Desserts.
Itchy wool sweaters and fruitcakes aside, handcrafted products are finally receiving the praise they deserve at this market highlighting locally made and sustainable goods. Housing multiple Colorado vendors selling their house-made wares—from soaps to cakes—this monthly affair gives up-and-coming producers the opportunity to expand. The result?
Muse over anecdotes of history as you explore a maze of antique wares. European and American 19th and 20th century retro, vintage, and collectible furnishings are planted throughout this collection of recyclables. Poke through adornments and gadgets—everything from children’s toys and signs to jewelry and medical equipment.
Taste the flavors of the land and cultures of las Américas. As you sip North and South American red and white wine—from Colorado, California, Argentina and Chile—George Martinez, president of the Museo de las Americas’ board of trustees, will provide insight to the wines’ cultivation.
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