KWL Pop-Up Gallery #8: Why This Celebration of Art Is An 8 Year Success

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Keller Williams Larchmont Presents Pop-Up #8 art show and celebration benefiting Larchmont Charter School this Saturday from 6-9 pm

By Larchmont Buzz

Join Keller Williams Larchmont for a festive evening of art and celebration this Saturday, November 10 from 6-9 pm, benefiting the Larchmont Charter School. The eighth annual Pop-Up Gallery will celebrate local and leading artists at the Keller Williams Larchmont (KWL) office suite, a historic landmark that was originally designed and used as a community event space known as The Larchmont Hall.

Larchmont Hall as shown in this 1960 photo from the book “Images in America Larchmont,” a pictorial history of Larchmont Blvd.  The photo is from the archives of the Larchmont Chronicle.

Now the space functions as a collaborative work environment for a community of leading realtors and real estate teams. Because of its original design, the suite can quickly transform into a great place for events and gatherings. KWL Team Leader Joey Sacavitch started the Pop-Up Gallery event as a way of giving back and bringing together the Larchmont Village community, as well as Los Angeles art enthusiasts. Now in its eight year, the event has grown into an exciting social gathering that gives artists the opportunity to celebrate their work and collectors a chance to find new pieces.  The event is curated by KWL agent and art enthusiast Dragana Popovic.

Annual Pop-Up Gallery #8 
To RSVP for this festive evening please contact events@kwlarchmont.com
Saturday, November 10th
6:00PM – 9:00 PM
118 N Larchmont Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90004

Sponsors include:  (Malin + Goetz), Le Pain Quotidien, Sweetfin, Diptqyue, My Print Express, Casa de Cocktails, Larchmont Chronicle, Movement Mortage, Fidelity National Home Warranty, ClearMark Title and the Larchmont Buzz.

Larchmont Hall’s former stage with the arched opening is now an office for Keller WilliamsKeller Williams office in the former Larchmont Hall will be turned into an art gallery on Saturday.The entry to Keller Williams office in the former Larchmont Hall.