With roots in activism, accessibility, and design, Spectacular Grammar considers technology’s progressive potential for empowerment.
The new building will be smaller than the total area of the four current buildings which are fated to be torn down. No explanation for the shrinkage has been provided as of yet.
After a decade of judicial stalls, the $450 million case against one of the nation’s largest for-profit art schools must either settle or go to trial.
REDCAT debuts I Fly! or How to Keep the Devil Down in the Hole, a new production staged by 13 core members of the Los Angeles Poverty Department’s troupe.
An exhibition at the Getty Center serves to rectify a century of oversight by highlighting Rejlander’s many innovations.
Tessa Hulls traces out the racist foundations that still haunt us in a timeline stretching back to the 1500s.
Under New Ownership will be on view from March 29 to May 5 with a newly commissioned performance by artist and anthropologist Maya Stovall on May 3.
Anthropologist and Critical Theorist Elizabeth Povinelli will be the 2020 Theorist in Residence for the MA Aesthetics and Politics Program and Literary Scholar and Cultural Historian Saidiya Hartman for 2021.
Ruppersberg, who has lived between Los Angeles and New York since the 1960s, pushes the ordinary toward the extraordinary in wildly divergent works.
Coaxial Arts Foundation is celebrating a four-year anniversary by inviting its artists-in-residence from over the years to perform.
Satsuki Ina, who contributed familial artifacts to an exhibition on the detention of Japanese Americans, is also organizing a memorial and protest with 60 former incarcerees.
Rejecting divisive fear and alienation, members of the South West Asian and North African diaspora will highlight the radical power of communal visibility.