“Kalli” means home in Nahuatl, and that theme guides much of the work by Adriana Carranza and Alfonso Aceves’s Kalli Arte Collective.
Throughout the 1970s and into the ’80s, artists in Los Angeles created organizations and exhibition spaces to develop the resources they lacked.
From the socially progressive prints of Sister Corita to the first major gay publication in the US.
The three-day event includes tips on how to photograph your art, workshops on stencil-making, and much more.
The Latinx Arts Alliance plans to address the lack of financial support for Latinx spaces, while also advancing and supporting Latinx arts programming in Los Angeles.
Self Help Graphics & Art has nurtured its community of artists for almost 50 years. This week, their prints go on sale at an event that also features free panel discussions and donation-based workshops.
Self Help Graphics & Art is hosting its second Printmaking Summit featuring workshops, talks, and demonstrations. Celebrated artist Alison Saar will be giving the keynote address.
Founded in 1973 in the East Los Angeles garage of a Franciscan nun and printmaker, Self Help Graphics & Art has finally purchased a permanent space in Boyle Heights.
Artists, curators, and others discuss the future of Latin American and Latinx art after the Getty’s sprawling Pacific Standard Time initiative has come to an end.