March 31st, 2015

Join us for Springtime fun all month long. We’ve got a great calendar of events. CLICK HERE to read more.


New Monet painting discovered

March 26th, 2015

It’s always wonderful to discover a “new” painting from one of the masters — especially when it’s a Monet. Scientists have verified that “A Haystack In The Evening Sun” is indeed a real painting by impressionist painter Claude Monet himself. It has all the trademark characteristics of his work: nature, beautifully saturated pastels and an elegance in how he renders light and shadow. CLICK HERE to read more about this discovery. CLICK HERE to read more about the artist Claude Monet.


NoHo Food Trucks: MARCH 26

March 24th, 2015

Every Thursday from 7PM-10PM, there is a NoHo Food Truck Collective! Enjoy gourmet food trucks, music, games and more. It’s only a short drive from NoHo Senior Arts Colony. It’s held at 4835 Lankershim Blvd. (corner of Lankershim and La Maida in the Firestone Parking lot)

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Georgia O’Keeffe is The Highest-Selling Woman In Art Auction History

March 19th, 2015

Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the godmothers of modernist painting, has just made history at Sotheby’s auction. A work by the late American artist smashed records Thursday morning when it sold for $44.4 million — a price three times larger than the previous auction record for a female artist. Congratulations Georgia, you are now (posthumously) the highest-selling woman in art. Content courtesy of the Huffington Post.


Spacious floor plans to inspire you!

March 17th, 2015

At NoHo Senior Arts Colony, we’ve got the floor plans you’ve always wanted: spacious, modern, and beautiful. Whether you’re looking for a 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom residence, we’ve got gorgeous apartments ready and waiting for you.  CLICK HERE to see our wide variety of floor plans to choose from. If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 855-399-5381. We look forward to hearing from you!


Happy Birthday Jack Kerouac!

March 12th, 2015

Jack Kerouac was an American writer best known for the novel On the Road, which became an American classic, pioneering the Beat Generation in the 1950s. Upon graduating from high school in 1939, Kerouac received a football scholarship to Columbia University, but first he had to attend a year of preparatory school at the Horace Mann School for Boys in Brooklyn. So, at the age of 17, Kerouac packed his bags and moved to New York City, where he was immediately awed by the limitless new experiences of big city life. Of the many wonderful new things Kerouac discovered in New York, and perhaps the most influential on his life, was jazz. He described the feeling of walking past a jazz club in Harlem: “Outside, in the street, the sudden music which comes from the nitespot fills you with yearning for some intangible joy—and you feel that it can only be found within the smoky confines of the place.” CLICK HERE to find out more about this influential writer on


LANDSCAPES at Gallery 800

March 10th, 2015

The Art Directors Guild (IATSE Local 800) and Gallery 800 announces its second art exhibition of 2015, “Landscapes”. Located in the heart of the famed NoHo Arts District, Gallery 800 showcases guild members’ personal art in a series of shows throughout the year. “Landscapes” features more than 60 original art pieces. Artists participating in the exhibition include Gene Allen, Mike Denering, Bridget Duffy, Peter Davidson and Pete Graziano, among others. The “Landscapes” Exhibit will run through March 28, 2015. The image featured in this post is ‘AVALON” by talented artist Gene Allen.