The artist’s 21+ event will feature an irreverent “Gender Reveal Party,” party games, a makeover station, and more.
In tandem with its Making Mammy exhibition, the California African American Museum is hosting a conversation around the value of important, but difficult pieces of American history.
As the MexiCali Biennial comes to a close, artists, scholars, and educators will contemplate the myth of Calafia and “the indigenous land that diverse groups now share.”
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The centerpiece will be a performance from 7NMS, while guests can get last-minute holiday shopping done courtesy of the Crenshaw Skate Club, Free Black Women’s Library, Kids of Immigrants, and the Reparations Club.
In conjunction with the exhibition, the Broad has organized The Logic of Poetry and Dreams, a series of talks and readings with poets, scholars, and artists who will reflect upon Neshat’s work.
This will make MOCA only the second museum in Los Angeles after the Museum of Tolerance to have a union.
Although its roots go back more than half a century, in an era of “fake news” and “deep fakes,” appropriation cinema can be seen as a critical voice of resistance.
Employees cited low wages relative to experience, lack of benefits, schedule instability, and high turnover as some of the reasons behind their decision to unionize.
A chance to visit the mural and listen to a discussion about this important but often overlooked moment in Guston’s career.
About 50 employees of the Museum of Contemporary Art gathered outside of MOCA Director Klaus Biesenbach’s office this morning and read a statement that formally declared their plans to form a union.
Over the past 13 years, the event has expanded in scope and size, now incorporating a wide spectrum of art, design, publishing, clothing, toys, and pop culture.