Art in L.A.: October 23-November 3

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Check out the events FEM’s Arts and Creative staff is looking forward to in the next two weeks:

Tuesday, October 24 – “No Más Bebés”

This documentary tells the story of Mexican immigrant mothers who were forcibly or unknowingly sterilized while giving birth at the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center during the 1960s and 1970s. Represented by a young Chicana lawyer, the mothers stood up to injustice by suing the county, state, and US government. A Q&A with the director follows.

Where: Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

When: 7:30 pm

Admission: Free

 

Tuesday, October 24 – “El Automóvil Gris—Featuring a Live Score by Troker”

Watch the Mexican silent film El Automóvil Gris (The Grey Automobile, 1919), and be mesmerized by a live performance from the world-renowned Mexican band Troker. Considered one of the most important cinematic works in silent film history, El Automóvil Gris is a tale of cops and robbers. In this special engagement, the escapades of the Grey Automobile Gang, who once terrorized the streets of Mexico City, come to life with Troker’s score, an innovative fusion of jazz, funk, prog rock, DJ scratching, and traditional mariachi.

Where: Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles

When: 8 pm

Admission: $25 general, $15 for students

Pacific Standard Time exhibits available for viewing from 6:30-8:00

 

 

Wednesday, October 25 – “We Wanted a Revolution: Curatorial Walkthrough”

Tour We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 with co-curators Catherine Morris, Sackler Family Senior Curator for the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, and Rujeko Hockley, assistant curator of contemporary art at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Together they will offer an in-depth look at the exhibition, which features forty artists working during the emergence of second-wave feminism. Our opening celebration, Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop, follows.

Where: California African American Museum, 600 State Dr, Los Angeles

When: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Admission: Free (RSVP)

 

Wednesday, October 25 – “Feminist Humor: Performance and Discussion”

Pedagogies, Methodologies, and Practices of Feminist Humor: An Evening of Performance and Discussion with Ali Liebegott, Bridget McManus, and Jibz Cameron. Moderated Q&A to follow.

Where: Crystal Cove Auditorium, 4113 Pereira Dr., Los Angeles

When: 5:00 PM-7:00 PM

Admission: Free

 

 

Thursday, November 2 – “Latinas Out Loud: Ayer Es Hoy”

Ayer Es Hoy (Yesterday Is Today) celebrates the richness of Latin American sounds of the past and present. Sotomayor, the electronic music project of a Mexico City–based sibling duo, blends Andean rhythms, Afro beat, and cumbia with avant-garde beats. South Los Angeles band Sin Color blends indie pop with bossa nova, cumbia, and disco. Chulita Vinyl Clubreturns to spin throughout the night.

Where: Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

When: 7:30pm

Admission: Free

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