Carmen Argote’s “Last Light” is a diary of her solitary daily walks through the strange, deserted streets of Los Angeles. It screens July 21.
With Carl Craig Sessions, Dia:Beacon presents an online screening series inspired by the enduring legacy of Black musicians and artists.
Artist stephanie mei huang hopes to create a “space of solidarity” for Asian women — something she says has “seldom been given.”
Categories for the annual Art Ball are inspired by specific art movements and artists, and this year will feature looks in the colorful, joyful style of Barkley L. Hendricks paintings.
Starting in July, Socrates Sculpture Park will unveil works by Nona Faustine, Jeffrey Gibson, and more, injecting fresh energy into current debates surrounding public monuments in the US.
Filmmaker Hanayo Oya shares a little-known, and devastating, chapter of the war.
Organized by Endless Editions, this year’s fair features 47 vendors, interactive public programs, and more.
As the Black liberation holiday is being embraced by the mainstream, it feels important to note that actions (and dollars) speak louder than words. Here are a few Black-led organizations to support on June 19 and beyond.
A virtual telethon will fundraise for an Arts Emergency Relief Fund, which provides grants to artists in Los Angeles impacted by COVID-19.
Inspired by a Selena song, Arisleyda Dilone and Camilo Godoy’s upcoming performance invokes Latinx telenovela scripts, lullabies, and more to explore themes of self-love, longing, and desire.
Jemisin will join comedian W. Kamau Bell for a discussion of sci-fi, Afrofuturism, and her most recent novel, which brings her unique brand of speculative fiction a little closer to earth.
Cullors’s “public act of mourning” is the inaugural event of Pride at the Fowler Museum.