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        Into The Voyage Issue 12 Volume 24

        Weekend: Two Faced Ceramics Classes

        Dive into the world of pottery with Two Faced Ceramics x Hotel Figueroa’s exclusive ceramics class. This unique workshop invites participants to unleash their creativity by designing and crafting their own traditional handleless teacup. Under the guidance of experienced instructors, you’ll learn introductory slab-building techniques, a fundamental pottery skill that allows for the creation of beautiful, functional art pieces. This hands-on class is perfect for beginners and pottery enthusiasts alike, offering a relaxing and creative way to spend your weekend. Plus, you’ll have a stunning, self-made teacup to take home and enjoy.

        Secure your spot in the class here:

        Directions: Hotel Figueroa is located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. For the best route, input the hotel’s address into your GPS or map app. Check the hotel’s website or contact them directly for parking options and public transportation accessibility.

        Music: Nas – “Store Run”


        Nas, with his track “Store Run,” once again proves why he’s considered one of the greatest storytellers in hip-hop. The song delves into the complexities of life’s journey, the relentless pursuit of success, and the resilience required to navigate the urban landscape. Nas’ vivid storytelling and lyrical dexterity shine through, offering listeners a deep, reflective look at the struggles and triumphs that define the human experience. “Store Run” encapsulates the essence of Nas’ artistry, blending poignant narratives with a smooth, engaging flow that captivates from start to finish.

        Art: Jean-Michel Basquiat: Made on Market Street

        For those left craving more after last year’s Basquiat exhibition in DTLA, Gagosian Beverly Hills presents “Jean-Michel Basquiat: Made on Market Street.” This exhibition showcases 30 rarely loaned pieces created by the iconic artist during his time in Los Angeles from 1982 to 1984. Curated by Fred Hoffman with Larry Gagosian, the collection offers a unique glimpse into Basquiat’s L.A. period, highlighting his extraordinary talent and the profound impact he had on the art world. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the work of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

        Explore the exhibition details here:

        Directions: Gagosian Beverly Hills is easily accessible by car or public transportation. For specific directions, use a GPS navigation system or consult a map. The gallery’s website may also offer information on parking and nearby public transportation options.

        Food: Chi Spacca

        Chi Spacca, a culinary jewel in Los Angeles, is celebrated for its mastery over meat. Known for its high-quality meats, house-cured salumi, and innovative dishes, this restaurant offers a dining experience that’s both intimate and exclusive. With limited seating and a reputation for excellence, Chi Spacca has become a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts and celebrities alike. Whether you’re a meat lover or simply appreciate fine dining, Chi Spacca promises an unforgettable meal that showcases the best of Italian-inspired cuisine.

        Discover the menu and make a reservation at:

        Directions: Chi Spacca is located in Los Angeles. For precise directions, it’s recommended to use a map or navigation app. The restaurant’s website may provide additional information on parking and accessibility.

        Travel: Budapest, Hungary

        Budapest, the captivating capital of Hungary, is a city that offers a rich tapestry of experiences. From the historic charm of the Buda Castle district to the vibrant energy of Pest, Budapest is a city of contrasts united by the Danube River. Visitors can explore thermal baths, stunning architecture, and a thriving cultural scene. With museums, galleries, and theaters showcasing the breadth of Hungarian art and history, Budapest is a destination that promises both relaxation and adventure. Whether you’re soaking in a thermal bath, admiring the cityscape from the Fisherman’s Bastion, or exploring the lively streets of Pest, Budapest is sure to enchant.

        Plan your trip with insights from:

        Directions: Budapest is served by Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, with various public transportation options available to reach the city center, including bus, shuttle, and taxi services. For detailed travel directions within Budapest, including to specific attractions, it’s advisable to use a reliable map service or consult local travel guides.

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