Self Help Graphics is proud to present Canciones de ti in the Self Help Graphics gallery. Canciones de ti will highlight how songs are fundamental to our connection with our loved ones, keeping their memory and spirit alive. With this celebratory theme, this group exhibition will demonstrate the multiple ways we honor these memories.
Canciones de ti features artists Kalli Arte, Paul Botello, J Michael Walker, Maritza Torres, Jaime Chavez, Javi Herre, Joe Alvarez, Amina Cruz, Sergio Teran, Denise Silva, Amparo Cortez Chi, Sean Guerra, Jackie Hernandez, Ernie Lucero, Kristofferson San Pablo, Jose Lozano, Ofelia Esparza, Yaneli Delgado, Ione Aceves, Sara Aceves, Dewey Tafoya, Ernesto Vazquez, Jasmine Puentes, Melissa Govea, Gabriel Garcia Roman and Lilia Ramirez.
Canciones de ti guided exhibition tours will be available on Saturdays in October during Día de los Muertos workshops, at 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Brighten up your holidays with an all-new Yuletide tradition! The Zoo will be decorated with festive lights for the winter holiday season. This fresh, exciting event will include family-friendly evening activities to illuminate the season for memories that will make you smile all year.
Winter Glow is an immersive nighttime that will take over Grand Park in celebration of the holidays. As the days shorten and darken the park will celebrate light as a giver of warmth and a source of beauty.
Lula Washington Dance Theatre performs Tribute to Pharoah Sanders by Lula Washington; Nina Simone Suite by Lula &dancers; Folk Dance by Donald Byrd; Pages From Negro History composed by William Grant Still. Excerpts from Today by Lula Washington.
AWFF is proud to present its Official Selection of 2023 Asian Academy Award️️ and Golden Globe submissions for Best International Feature Film and Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language, along with a series of Asian Film Day programs, exclusive presentations, and tribute retrospectives. Our festival aims to promote these films through physical screenings, panels, special events, and social media platforms in order to assist the filmmakers in their campaigns for Award success.
The William Grant Still Arts Center presents The 43nd Annual Black Doll Show, Conjure: Reclaiming African American Traditions Through Hoodoo and Other Spiritual Dolls December 2, 2023 to February 10, 2024 Opening reception, Saturday, December 2, 2023, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The William Grant Still Arts Center (WGSAC) is proud to announce the longest running annual exhibition in Los Angeles, The 43rd Annual Black Doll Show entitled, Conjure: Reclaiming African American Traditions Through Hoodoo and Other Spiritual Dolls.…
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