An exhibition of student and faculty posters from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) sparks a larger conversation around inclusion and representation in design.
To honor Ricci Lucchi’s passing last year, REDCAT will be screening 50 of the pair’s films, with a special appearance by Yervant Gianikian via Skype from Milan.
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.
JACK &, a new theatrical piece from Kaneza Schaal, stars Cornell Alston, who served a 33-year sentence at a correctional facility.
Over the next three weekends, residents at REDCAT will showcase their work that pushes the boundaries of their disciplines.
Carmen Argote has enlisted a crew of motorcycle-riding artists and collaborators to perform in the park this Saturday.
Dance duo Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener had collaborated with artist Charles Atlas to create Tesseract , a sci-fi movement piece with a live video loop.
Karen Finley continues to tackle important issues and turns her attention to politics today.
The latest incarnation of Shakespeare’s tragedy, The Walking Forest by Christiane Jatahy makes its US debut later this week at REDCAT.
From March 15 to 17, Teatro El Público stages its retelling of the classical Greek tragedy.
LOS ANGELES — As a woman who was once a teenage girl, I have a certain fondness for any filmic or visual art that harkens back to that time of intense, unbridled feelings, awkward physical changes, and sexual desires running wild ’n free.
LOS ANGELES — Tired of being an internet activist, performance artist Kristina Wong left behind the comfortable safety of her armchair and computer to set out for three weeks in northern Uganda.