The Women’s Center for Creative Work workshop will also discuss how self-publishing has contributed to social movements and “why that’s relevant with zine-making today.”
The LA-based filmmaker Alima Lee teamed up with the Women’s Center for Creative Work to bring you short films by contemporary, Black queer artists.
While they may appear at odds, the design of computing machines and weaving technology are closely entwined.
When the Women’s Center for Creative Work realized the minimal representation for people of color, women, genderqueer, and disabled folks in stock photos, they launched the WCCW Stock Photo Project.
Anuradha Vikram, head curator at 18th Street Arts Center, talks about how the “lack of professional standards can undermine important cultural and social justice work.”
The Acid-Free Book Market launched Friday evening and continues through Sunday. Here are some highlights.
LOS ANGELES — They said it would never work. They said Angelenos aren’t interested in art books. Then, two years ago, they were proven wrong.