Art in LA: May 6 – May 20

Image by Kevin Stanchfield / CC BY 2.0

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

Saturday, May 6

“Identity LA”

Outdoor concert in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Hosted by the International Secret Agents and City of Los Angeles. Headliners include Dean, Giraffage, and Us the Duo.

Address: LA City Hall/Grand Park

200 North Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Time: 5pm

Admission: Free

http://isatv.com/blog/identity-la-a-concert-celebration-for-asian-pacific-american-heritage-month/

Monday, May 8

“Feminists Against Capitalism”

Panel discussion hosted by Intersectionality Now about the ways that feminism and capitalism are fundamentally at odds.

Address: Women’s Center for Creative Work

2425 Grover Place

Los Angeles, CA 90031

Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Admission: Free

http://womenscenterforcreativework.com/events/coalition-resident-intersectionality-now/

Friday, May 12

“‘Modern Angelenos’ – Opening Reception”

Contemporary art exhibit showcasing art inspired by socio-political issues. Curated by Isabel Rojas-Williams and Baha Denesh, founder of WeChooseArt.com.

Address: The Montalban

1615 Vine Street

Los Angeles, CA 90028

Time: 7pm – 11pm

http://www.themontalban.com/upcoming-shows/

Saturday, May 20

“Therapeutic Writing Tour at the Museum of Broken Relationships”

Museum tour exploring the debris of former relationships, followed by therapeutic journaling. Facilitated by Jennie Linthorst, poetry therapy expert.

Address: Museum of Broken Relationships Los Angeles

6751 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90028

Time: 1pm – 3pm

Admission: $27

https://brokenships.ticketleap.com/therapeutic-writing-tour-at-the-museum-of-broken-relationships/

Ongoing, through June 10

“POWER”

Gallery exhibit showcasing work by African American women artists, from the nineteenth century to today.

Address: Sprüth Magers

5900 Wilshire Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90036

Time: 11am – 6pm

Admission: Free

http://www.spruethmagers.com/exhibitions/445

 

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