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

Under Construction | Street Art Installation in DTLA

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Artist, Tanner Goldbeck curated and coordinated a one night only street art exhibition featuring local, DTLA/Downtown Los Angeles artists. The building where the multistory, urban art installation took place has since been redesigned, and none of the murals remain, but it … 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

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

Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia: Papel tejido | CB1 Gallery

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Currently on view at CB1 Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles is Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia’s “Papel tejido,” exhibition, which means tissue paper in Spanish, but the actual constructions are much more substantial and made from acrylic paint on heavy cotton rag paper. … 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

Central Avenue & 1st Street: Little Tokyo | Photo essay

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Buildings can tell a story about history, culture, community, art, design and the environs so that’s why buildings in Japantowns (Nihonmachis) throughout California are being preserved. Little Tokyo is a Nihonmachi located in downtown Los Angeles and in 1995 thirteen … Continue reading