Eat Your Art Out

Eat Your Art Out 10

Eat Your Art Out​, LA’s biggest underground art showcase and silent charity auction, returns to ​Titmouse Animation Studios for its tenth annual benefit party for the ​Angel City Derby Girls​, a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization.

For ​Eat Your Art Out X | Neat Street: A Fuzzy Fresh Arty Party, curators Jane Dope, Sleazy Bake Oven and Hussy Whipped are transforming the sprawling space of Titmouse Animation Studios into a surreal mashup of OG hip-hop, cardboard sets, and puppet-filled kids TV shows from the 70s and 80s​. Amidst the fuzz, breakdancing and boombox beats, event-goers will get to enjoy a beer & wine bar, games, puppet interviews, over 80 new works by world-class artists and more surprises! ​

Eat Your Art Out X ​will be for one night only on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 7pm – 11pm and held at the expansive Titmouse Animation Studios at ​1121 Seward St., Hollywood, CA 90038.
Pre-sale GA tickets are $8 and $10 at the door, night of the show.

When Jane Dope started Eat Your Art Out ten years ago, she didn’t know that it would be such a life-changing success. Last year, she teamed up with fellow Eat Your Art Out producers Sleazy BakeOven and Hussy Whipped to form Eat More Art Out Productions to produce additional shows outside these annual Angel City Derby fundraisers. Their most successful break-off show, NOMO FOMO: An Art Show About Broads In the City, was a sold-out, line-around-the-block success that even got featured in the Broad City Season 3 DVD special features. They plan for this surreal “Beat Street” throwback party to be their biggest production to date.

“By now it’s in my blood to be producing these art-themed parties,” says co-curator Jane Dope. “We really enjoy the fact that we are able to bring higher-end art to the masses with this. We know that this art is worth a ton more than it’s being auctioned for. But everyone involved has such a good time at each event that they just keep asking for more. And that’s what keeps us going.”

Confirmed Artists

Annie Motel, Art Fuentes, Augie Pagan, Austin Salmi, Bobby Timony, Bonnie Hussey, Bonnie Stewart, Brenda Chi, Brett Parson, Calder Greenwood, Camilla d’Errico, Carolyn Petok, Casey Girard, Chuck Kerr, Chris Danger, Damon O’Keefe, Daisy Church, Dave Crosland, Emily Asaro, Elyse Chudzynski, Emily Brundige, Eric Bonhomme, Erin Gallagher, GOGOPEDRO!, GOREilla, Hannah Nance, Heather Perry, Holly Astral, Jasey Crowl, Jeff “Nachotoonz” Campbell, JERT, Jessica Mulligan “Punk N’ DaTrunk,” Jessie Fein, Jim Mahfood, Jin Kim, Jisoo Kim, John G, John Pfeifer, Josh Taylor, JQ Hammer, Kate Laird, Kevyn Schmidt, KJ Murr, Liam Murray, Lindsey Pollard, Love Ablan, Madelen Federmann Foss, Maggie Harbaugh, Marcos Ponce, Maria Vitan, Mark Wroblewski, Mathew Curran, Matt “Obscure” Perez, Megan Crow, Megan Hutchison, Megan Lysbeth, Miles Kinghorn, Misaki, Mycolour, Nan Lawson, Nico Colaleo, Nolan Tredway, OhGier, Oliver Akuin, Patrick Ian Moss, Red Rooster, Ricardo Cisneros, Ryan Ebelt, Ritzy Periwinkle, Roger Kuhns, Ron Rauto, Sam Flores, Sam Spina, Sara Radovanovitch, Scott Lakey, Scribe & 40 Threads, Shane Jessup, Sokoni Christian, Taka Sudo, Timothy Wertz, Yelley

About Angel City Derby:

Angel City Derby is Los Angeles’ only internationally ranked competitive Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby League, with their top team sitting ranked at #5 in the world and 4 consecutive trips to the WFTDA World Championships. After years of operating very similarly to a non-profit organization, Angel City Derby Girls LLC has successfully been re-incorporated as Angel City Derby Girls, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization.

Angel City Derby proudly contributes to and abides by the rules and regulations of the only international governing body of roller derby: the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LOS ANGELES WOMEN’S FLAT TRACK ROLLER DERBY, visit http://www.angelcityderby.com

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