Sunday
Jan252015

Jan 29-Feb 10

FRIDAY  JANUARY 30-SATURDAY JANUARY 31 Exhibition: LACHSA student show

Opening reception and exhibit featuring selected works by LACHSA Visual Arts students. Curated by Sarah Russin, director of LACE gallery.

Opening reception: Friday, January 30th, 5-8pm / HRLA gallery will also be open on Saturday, January 31st, 12-5pm

 

 

 

 

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6-TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10 INSTALLATION EXHIBITION

Juicework, new wet and messy sculptures by Michael Parker. With over 1000 stoneware and porcelain tools and objects, tree slabs, cushions and water features; Juicework will transform Human Resources for five days into an extractive exhibition of California land, citrus and psychedelic speculation. 

 

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10 MUSIC: Chris Corsano + Peter Kolovos + Carlos Giffoni solo and trio plus Un Ciego

9PM/$7

 

 

Tuesday
Jan132015

Jan 17-Jan 25

SATURDAY JANUARY 17 Exhibition: Tiger Munson, Numinous Rupture

Opening reception and performances featuring Camille Bachand and Clark Walter and Shaq Jizz, Ogechi Chieke, Leopold Nunan, Helen Vander Neer and Clock, Beatriz Eugenia Vasquez. 7-10pm

Gallery Hours from 1/18-1/25: Thu-Sun 12-5

 

MONDAY JANUARY 19 Performance: Terre Thaemlitz plus Félix Solano Vargas 

VOLUME presents a rare performance by Thaemlitz who will share selections from Soulnessless, her 32 hour opus. Vargas will read selections from Crunchy Eggs. This event is also supported by The Church on York. 8PM 10$ advanced/15$ at the door. Tickets

 

MOVED TO LACE! WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21 Experimental music: Touch artists curated by Mike Harding

Volume contributes a second evening of programming: Mike Harding brings together Hazard, Mark Van Hoen and Pinkcourtesyphone. 8PM 10$ advance/15$ at the door Tickets  -- Please note: This event is now happening at LACE

 

THURSDAY JANUARY 22 More Experimental Music!

CVI, Telecaves, Obscurer, with Igor Amokian w/ DJ E-Spinfiniti. 9PM/Free FB event page

Thursday
Jan082015

Jan 9-11

Friday January 9: Music 

INSECT ARKENABLERSHEX HORIZONTAL Doors open at 9PM, $7

Experimental doom-drone, post-rock, noise-rock.

 

 

Saturday January 10: Double Bill

Music in the Afternoon  2PM/7$ Ingebrigt Haker Flaten, Jeff Parker, Ted Byrnes Trio, Guillermo Brown, Fay

Music/Screening in Evening: 7:30PM/$5 Bastard Noise, Amps for Christ, Witches of Malibu, Conscious Summary 

 

Sunday January 11: Benefit 

Save the Music in Chinatown: Steve Soto, The Gears, Mike Watt and the Secondmen. 3-6PM

 

Thursday
Jan012015

Jan 3 - Jan 10

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 3: Installation + Performance/Tournament  

Johnnie JungleGuts, Who Is Ken Sugimori: nearly 800 drawings of every Pokemon and mega-evolution in the Nintendo canon. Includes a video screening featuring different fandoms and artists. And of course, there's also going to be a Pokemon tournament, and perler creations by the Pikashop!

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 6: Maria Garcia + Clare Kelly (score by John Wiese),
infinite body, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta, Elaine Kahn. Noise, dance, music, performance.   8PM, $7

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8: Ligia Lewis, Minor Matter 8:30 PM

One performer negotiates his body in relation to sight, the limits of signification and the fallacy of neutrality. Through an emerging script this work asks what it might look like if minor thoughts became a minor practice. Donation solicited at the door. Concept & direction by Ligia Lewis; performed by Kenneth Nicholson; musical arrangement by WYNN

 

 

 

Friday January 9 INSECT ARKENABLERSHEX HORIZONTAL Doors open at 9PM, $7

Experimental doom-drone, post-rock, noise-rock.

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Dec282014

Thank you for being a part of a great year at HRLA!

March, 2014: Dorian Wood performing with Rattle Rattle Chamber Orchestra; installation art by Jacqueline Bell Johnson

HRLA hosted over 100 events in 2014. We are proud of how much we accomplished in the past 12 months, and so grateful to the artists who have shared their work with us. We are an all volunteer organization: the people you see at the door, cleaning up, managing tech, sweeping and painting, building and breaking down — these people are HRLA.

In 2015, we would like to bring HRLA to a place where we can reward at least some of that labor with a paycheck. Individual donations from people like you are an important part of that project! Please help us honor this resolution, and donate to HRLA: whether you give $5, or $500 — every donation will help us get there faster. You can give to HRLA through our website: Support HRLA.

We have such an exciting year coming up: check out our January calendar and a list of upcoming exhibitions on our website. Contact us if you'd like to join our volunteer group or sign up for our mailing list. Thank you for being part of a blockbuster year!