Suzanne Lacy and her students suggest that screens can help us become more empathetic and aware of “each other’s practices, and realities.”
In March, Chang put out an open call for our fears and made a video out of them. Watching it eight months later, I hoped it would help name whatever it was I was feeling.
Chang meditates on our fears in Milk Debt, and Cortez and Lee collaborate on the new exhibition Becoming Atmosphere.
An interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
“There’s a story behind every poster,” says Carol Wells, a former medievalist who abandoned her dissertation to devote her life to posters.
Join the Los Angeles non-profit for an evening of experimental film programming curated by Jheanelle Brown and performance art by Ulysses S. Jenkins.
The 18th Street Arts Center is launching a mini-semester’s worth of virtual art school for children, from toddlers to teenagers.
Since the pandemic and lockdown, Chang has decided to recirculate a survey she’s been working on since 2019.
The architecture firm Brooks + Scarpa makes the case for greater building density and more sustainable design practices to combat the region’s acute housing shortage.
Artist Renée Petropoulos honors the intrinsic qualities of different languages in We Will Congregate, which features texts in English, Spanish, and the Zapotec language.
Two Postcommodity members, along with composer Guillermo Galindo, are partnering with members of a fast-gentrifying Santa Monica neighborhood to produce a sound-based artwork of contested histories.
The 18th Street Art Center celebrated its 30th anniversary with We the Artists, a multimedia festival in which residents expressed rage and frustration toward the political climate.