Nicole Maloney's ambitious dream through her photography and her OOMO digital cube is to not only photograph every face on the planet, but let those faces become part of her interactive digital sculpture to show a “human one.”

Friends arrive at a 10th anniversary dinner only to find the host, the deputy mayor of New York, has attempted suicide in the Neil Simon play “Rumors.” The first couple to arrive at the townhouse, his lawyer and his wife, escalate a night of chaos when they attempt to cover up the scandalous act.

German-based artist Amely Spoetzl has been drawn to plants and natural elements since childhood. In her first solo show in Los Angeles, Spoetzl takes a deeper exploration of what nature means in ESMoA’s latest exhibit “Plant,” which opens Thursday, Oct. 24, in El Segundo.

Lovers of the world of “Oz” have followed the yellow brick road since the publication of L. Frank Baum's children's novel, “The Wonderful World of Oz,” in 1900. Following dozens of books set in Oz, stage productions and films, including the iconic 1939 adaptation starring Judy Garland, the m…

Nicole Maloney's ambitious dream through her photography and her OOMO digital cube is to not only photograph every face on the planet, but let those faces become part of her interactive digital sculpture to show a “human one.”

Friends arrive at a 10th anniversary dinner only to find the host, the deputy mayor of New York, has attempted suicide in the Neil Simon play “Rumors.” The first couple to arrive at the townhouse, his lawyer and his wife, escalate a night of chaos when they attempt to cover up the scandalous act.

German-based artist Amely Spoetzl has been drawn to plants and natural elements since childhood. In her first solo show in Los Angeles, Spoetzl takes a deeper exploration of what nature means in ESMoA’s latest exhibit “Plant,” which opens Thursday, Oct. 24, in El Segundo.

Lovers of the world of “Oz” have followed the yellow brick road since the publication of L. Frank Baum's children's novel, “The Wonderful World of Oz,” in 1900. Following dozens of books set in Oz, stage productions and films, including the iconic 1939 adaptation starring Judy Garland, the m…