Lobby Gallery exhibition: Souvenirs of Progress | Art, memorabilia, photography & writing reflecting on the 1970s


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Souvenirs of Progress: A look back to March Forward… Art, memorabilia, photography & writing reflecting on the 1970s Souvenirs of Progress “Teach-In” art show & forum at Lobby Gallery. Visit during one of the walk-through hours to hear the accompanying … Continue reading

FREE Ready-Made March or Protest Posters to download


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FREE Ready-Made March or Protest Posters to download. These are in PDF format so you can print these at home (or at any printer) in whatever size works best for you: 16″x20″ poster size, tabloid sized paper, or even legal … Continue reading

“Souvenirs of Progress” Box Set & Historic Storyboards | A look back to March Forward…


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Art, memorabilia, photography & writing reflecting on the 1970s Collectibles and memorabilia included in the Souvenirs of Progress Box Set are presented as informational artifacts to reflect on an era of turbulence and change in American Civil Rights. It also … Continue reading

Bill Graham | Counterculture & benefit concerts


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Bill Graham was a legendary music promoter behind many Bay Area bands for several decades, starting amid the 1960’s counterculture movement of San Francisco. His work affected not only acts like, Jefferson Airplane, the Fugs, Santana, Big Brother & the Holding Company … Continue reading

Community | Watts Towers & Watts Towers Arts Center


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Originally posted on boholuxelife:
Watts in Los Angeles, California hosts Watts Towers and Watts Towers Arts Center, with the original sculptural towers created by Simon Rodia between 1921 to 1955. It also includes permanent collections by Noah Purifoy, John Outterbridge,…

Channa Horwitz Sonakinatography #3 | Performance


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Channa Horwitz was a visual contemporary artist from Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. Her Sonakinatography (sound – motion – notation) compositions, based around the number 8, were performed with percussion, dance, spoken word, and electronic instruments. In January of 2012, her Sonakinatography #3 … Continue reading

An iconic, ironic and so-called “plastic day” in LA | Ban on bags


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My so-called “plastic day” in Los Angeles, a.k.a. “LA,” began with a morning rally followed by a close-to-unanimous (13 to 1) vote of the LA City Council to ban single-use plastic shopping bags in supermarkets and to “penalize” paper bag usage with … Continue reading

Art & social progress | PST era exhibitions and events


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Can art create change? Does art matter? Why do we need to support art? On my cynical, negative days, I feel that society and culture are still in the dark ages and that art and individuals are not enough to … Continue reading

Community outpost | The Last Bookstore LA


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As local and specialty shops for selling books have been eliminated, first by the large chains and then by the online giants, like Amazon, there remains only a few spots to be able to enjoy physically browsing books. Since the … Continue reading

Homage to the OG sneaker of athletes, artists & musicians | Converse LA Flagship


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Tonight’s opening of the Converse concept store in Santa Monica brought together a few of my favorites: art, music and shoes. True to its following, Converse launched it’s new flagship with an eternally youthful, fashionable, timelessly cool, artistic, athletic and rock & … Continue reading

The gender temperature divide & Horizontalidad | CamLab II


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CamLab II set up a “Yurt City” of tents in front of the MOCA Geffen on February 2nd providing free workshops and MOCA sponsored sustenance of hot chocolate, coffee, tea, soft drinks and yummy baked goods, like macaroons, rosemary crisps … Continue reading

I KNOW SOMEONE, DO YOU? | Three Weeks In January


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  On Friday evening, the 22nd of January, 2012, during an art performance ceremony at Los Angeles Police Department’s Deaton Auditorium, I turned and introduced myself to the person sitting next to me: an adult, female artist living in Los Angeles. … Continue reading

Modern Art in Los Angeles: Assemblage and Politics » sharing the L-O-V-E


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Modern Art in Los Angeles: Assemblage and Politics » Pacific Standard Time | Getty Museum Research Institute. An evening of conversation with artists Ed Bereal, Mel Edwards, George Herms, Nancy Reddin Kienholz and Betye Saar. Moderated by Lucy Bradnock of the … Continue reading