News

  • Helms Bakery and Culver Arts Launch a Year-Long Projected Art Installation + Grant Program

    In an effort to find comfort and connectedness through art, architecture, and design, Helms Bakery District in partnership with the Culver City Arts Foundation, is launching Projecting Possibilities, a video installation featuring a new artist each week for 52 weeks, an entire year of rotating digital art exhibitions to celebrate, nourish, support, and promote artists. The program kicks off on Friday May 22nd with an installation from Alexey Steele, the Culver City artist laureate.

  • To Our Friends – Stay Safe, Stay Curious

    As we shelter in place and brace for the unknown outcome of COVID-19, we all hope that you and your families are safe and well. If you’re anything like our team members (design, food, and culture junkies), I’m sure you are looking for creative ways to stay engaged, entertained, and most importantly, positive through the challenging days ahead. Our newsletter is here to bring you not only Helms Bakery updates, but shortcuts to feed the art, architecture, and design monster in you, plus a few fun and quirky things for those moments when you’re craving a little distraction. • Illustration by Nancy Nimoy

  • Women in Business Chamber Event

    On Thursday, November 14th we welcomed the Culver City Chamber for their fourth Women In Business Mixer of 2019, hosted by Room&Board. The Chamber spotlighted one of the many awesome women in business in Culver City, Debbi Jones of Marina Martial Arts.

  • Wu-Tang Clan Art Show by Photographer Kyle Christy

    On Saturday, November 23rd, The Corridor Gallery exhibition of 36 Frames by photographer Kyle Christy was a huge success! This one-night-only art show and reception featuring photos of the legendary Hip-Hop group, The Wu-Tang Clan  was shot to promote the 25th anniversary of their groundbreaking debut album: Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).

  • Rachel X Hobreigh’s Wall of Infinite Possibilities

    On December 12th, 2019, we are partnered with artist and curator, Rachel X Hobreigh to present The Wall of Infinite Possibilities, a collection of three hundred, four-inch square canvases that create an interactive, ever-changing tapestry. A portion of the sales of each individual painting will be contributed to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), helping refugees around the world. Join us for the closing exhibition on Sunday, January 12th from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.