The alarming emergence of COVID-19 has made the situation more complicated, though strike organizers have pledged to continue a digital picket online.
A diverse lineup of over 50 artists, musicians, and performers present two-minute pieces, to be complemented by a meal.
Instead of a traditional protest, Never Again Action presented a Purim Spiel, a centuries-old form of Jewish theater.
In conjunction with an exhibition on the immigrant experience, the museum hosts workshops ranging from a letter-writing session to paper crane folding and weaving lessons.
Artists and sex workers will offer their insights at Public School Los Angeles.
From the X chromosome to a symbol of death, “X” is filled with connotations in Gabriela Ruiz’s latest performance at Oxy Arts.
Working under the theme “In Excess,” participants put together maximalist installations at a former produce market and textile manufacturing site in Downtown Los Angeles.
Your guide to a weeklong cavalcade of openings, performances, talks, and events, anchored by the titular fair.
“The city is global, and we wanted to bring in the Americas,” says Rita Gonzalez, one of the curators of Frieze Projects, staged in the studios’ New York City-themed backlot.
This month, the LA Philharmonic, REDCAT, Hauser & Wirth, and other spaces will stage events celebrating the Weimar Era.
On Sunday, full-page ads appeared in both the New York and Los Angeles Times with the slogan “saveLACMA FROM TANKING.”
At Navel, community-led learning groups investigate specific topics, from wealth redistribution, to sustainable art-making, to Black ethics in rap.