Saturday
Oct182014

OCTOBER 20-OCTOBER 29


THURSDAY OCTOBER 23: Video Premiere/Book Launch Tom Dunn's Barbra Streisand Portrait Bender, Las Vegas: Fear and Loathing Returns to the Flamingo

Barbra Streisand Portrait Bender, Las Vegas: Fear and Loathing Returns to the Flamingo is a tribute to Lucy from Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream. [Facebook event page]

 


FRIDAY, SATURDAY + SUNDAY OCTOBER 24-26: Installation/Performace .NTER by GOD DOLL/Isaac Ledesma 

In this work titled ".NTER", Ledesma explores what it means to be irl. A 3D modeled universe projected in the theater transports the viewer to another dimension. The whole .NTERior of the gallery will be immersed in this world, in which the artist is its lone inhabitant. .Nter the drag queen. [Facebook event page]

 

 

 

MONDAY OCTOBER 27: decolonizing the white box 8PM

Community forum exploring the experiences of people of color in/around the art world. Inspired by recent heavy conversation within our communities (staged largely on social media) about The Whitney Biennial, Made In LA, and by the Getty's 2017 PST theme (Latin America/Los Angeles). Artists, audiences and art workers welcome. Moderated by Raquel Gutiérrez. [Facebook event page]

 

 

 


WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29: Sorrow Swag  8:30PM

An emerging work on sadness. Concept/direction by Ligia Lewis; performance by Brian Getnick; music by George Lewis Jr. of Twin Shadow.
Tuesday
Oct072014

OCTOBER 13-OCTOBER 19


WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15: I I'm eye my with Filthy Huns and screening by Suzy Poling  



 


SATURDAY OCTOBER 18: FOUNTAINSUN (Daniel Higgs + Fumie Ishii) & FLETCHER TUCKER & AMPS FOR CHRIST & JEFF PARKER/TED BYRNES DUO

Music - 9PM - $7  [Facebook event page]

 


 


SUNDAY OCTOBER 19: Save Music in Chinatown

Benefit - 3PM 

This is the fourth in a series of fundraising concerts organized to pay for music education at Castelar Elementary School. Established in 1882 and sitting right in the middle of Chinatown, the inner-city campus serves mostly immigrant kids who don't get much exposure to performing arts or creative outlets.

 

Sunday
Oct052014

OCTOBER 6-OCTOBER 12


THURSDAY OCTOBER 9: WARREN NEIDICH NSA-USA: Sound as Prophecy: The Complete Unabridged Version Performance/Installation - 8PM

This artwork focuses upon the culpability of the whistleblower Edward Snowden.It takes as its point of departure the recent scandal arising from the secret surveillance activities of the National Security Agency’s upon private citizens and politicians in the United States and abroad.

 

 


SATURDAY OCTOBER 11: The Best of Collage Night: The Oriental Picture Factory Presents Pictures from the Oriental Picture Factory Exhibit/Music/Fundraiser - Doors open at 8PM - $5 before 8PM or $10 after

The Oriental Picture Factory churns amazing, weird and schizophrenic collages on a weekly basis. In order to showcase some of these gems as well as to raise money for materials, the Oriental Picture Factory is throwing an art show/fundraiser!

 

 

 

 


SUNDAY OCTOBER 12: Art, Education and Justice  Social - 6PM-9PM

A social event for artists, faculty, students, and allies. Join the ongoing conversation to help create a better future for higher education! Music, drinks, and special guests.

Sunday
Sep282014

SEPTEMBER 29-OCTOBER 5


FRIDAY OCTOBER 3: A night of new work from Matthew Anderson, Avery McIntosh and Daniel Kaufman

Doors open at 8pm - Screening 9pm - Music till Midnight. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SATURDAY OCTOBER 4: EASTER / DINNER / ALEX BLACK / JULIUS SMACK / TMO

Music, performance, words - Doors open at 8PM. $5.

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Doyle takes her state-mandated training in public, together with other university employees required to do the same. Public forum about anti-discrimination law, complaince practice and the university campus. 

 

 

Sunday
Sep212014

SEPTEMBER 22-SEPTEMBER 28

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 - CAKE AND EAT IT: STRIKE HALLS - CLOTHING SWAP - Public Wardrobe. Bring clothing to swap or share and help build a conversation and a language around collective style. We’re looking to challenge the idea that militancy must reflect the hyper-masculine cisheteropatriarchy. We ask that fems, hard fems, lazy fems, high fems and anyone who finds strength in their feminine energy, join us as we use clothing to create a radical fem space. 7PM-9PM.  

 

 

 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25 - CAKE AND EAT IT: STRIKE HALLS - FORUM - Art, Education, Justice Social event for artists, faculty, students, and allies. Join our ongoing conversation to help create a better future for higher education! Music, spiked punch, and special guests. 7PM-10PM. 

 

 


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26 - CAKE AND EAT IT: STRIKE HALLS - Natural Girl: a T-girl Night. A night of lounge, performance art and dancing centered on trans women and those that love trans women. Presented in collaboration with Emily Lucid, Zackary Drucker, Roxy Wood and Lee Samantha Faelnar Te. 11PM-4AM 

 

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 - CAKE AND EAT IT: STRIKE HALLS - Look At These Fucking Artists #2. The art world often trades in exclusion. Continuing the conversations broached at the first LATFA, held at the 2012 Anarchist Bookfair, discussion will include: art world exclusion, careerism, racism, gentrification, pandering, elitism, labor exploitation, complicity with colonialist regimes and generally how and if art can be used to dismantle the police state and capitalism. In hopes of reducing immaterial labor in the prep for these talks, instead of formal presentations, the emphasis will be on vibrant, healthy, non-oppressive dialogue and snacks. 3-8PM