This Week at EPFC North: Art Club and Art By People In Love!

EPFC | February 8th, 2021

We heart Art and Art hearts us! Share the love at two free and fabulous events this week!

Workshop (Online via Zoom): ART CLUB AT HOME 
Tuesday, February 9
11 am – 1 pm
Our tenth Zoom installment of our international collaboration with Art Club Frome in Somerset, UK! Zoom on in for relaxed art-making on a secret theme to be announced at the start of the session. The only rule is MAKE. Free event! Everyone welcome! More info

Event (Online via Zoom): ART BY PEOPLE IN LOVE
Sunday, February 14
4 pm – 5 pm
We’re in love with love and what better way to celebrate (or commiserate) than a Valentine’s Day mash note mishmash of films, poems, performance, songs, jokes and/or dances? The theme is simple: we ask that those in love—with someone, something or some place—present some work (10 minutes or less) dealing with this theme. Kinda like “an open mic night” for romantics… Sign up at Free event! All welcome!

A Special Evening for Haruko Tanaka

EPFC | March 2nd, 2020

A Special Evening

March 6, 2020
7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Human Resources 
410 Cottage Home St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

On October 21, 2019, the world lost an incredible & unique artist who lived a courageous life driven to create and live by her own rules.  And at the same time, she was a sister who never said “no” when a friend or the world came asking for help.  Please join me, her family, and friends for an evening to commune and remember Haruko and share her hope and inspiration and how she touched each of our lives.

Hosted by Asher Hartman, Tuni Chatterji, & Kevin McCarty with a special performance by the Reader’s Chorus, & screenings of Haruko‘s early films. Artist Kate Brown is collecting photos and ephemera from friends and family digitally to create a zine to preserve Haruko‘s memory.  Please email Kate Brown with your contributions.  A recording booth will be available for anyone to share their memories about Haruko, which will be shared with family and friends and preserved on This night is all about sharing. After the short program, the night is created for everyone to be with one another, sharing their stories, laughing, and loving. Please consider bringing a snack and beverage to contribute. This memorial is open to the public. Please spread the word.