Deaf West Theatre delivers performances in American Sign Language and spoken English. Their presentation of "Spring Awakening" at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts begins May 21.
Michael Pearce draws inspiration from the Pre-Raphaelites and masters of the Italian baroque movement to realize massive and mythical paintings.
Nao Bustamante's exhibition "Soldadera" is a "speculative reenactment" of women's participation in The Mexican Revolution. ­­
More than three dozen of the most influential jazz, R&B and soul musicians took over the stage of the sold out Regent Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The show was a pivotal moment in SoCal jazz.
Deaf West Theatre delivers performances in American Sign Language and spoken English. Their presentation of "Spring Awakening" at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts begins May 21.
Michael Pearce draws inspiration from the Pre-Raphaelites and masters of the Italian baroque movement to realize massive and mythical paintings.
What can portraits tell us about soldaderas? Nao Bustamante draws from UC Riverside's archival holdings of photographs of the Mexican Revolution to investigate further.
More than three dozen of the most influential jazz, R&B and soul musicians took over the stage of the sold out Regent Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The show was a pivotal moment in SoCal jazz.
Deaf West Theatre delivers performances in American Sign Language and spoken English. Their presentation of "Spring Awakening" at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts begins May 21.
Farzad Kohan's mixed media paintings reflect the complex identity of the immigrant.
What can portraits tell us about soldaderas? Nao Bustamante draws from UC Riverside's archival holdings of photographs of the Mexican Revolution to investigate further.
More than three dozen of the most influential jazz, R&B and soul musicians took over the stage of the sold out Regent Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The show was a pivotal moment in SoCal jazz.
"Annenberg Space for Photography: Extreme Exposure" features arresting imagery from five unique talents in photography who work on the edge of wildlife, climate and environment.
Artbound Presents "Annenberg Space for Photography: Beauty Culture" airs nationally on LINKTV beginning May 25.
Farzad Kohan's mixed media paintings reflect the complex identity of the immigrant.
What can portraits tell us about soldaderas? Nao Bustamante draws from UC Riverside's archival holdings of photographs of the Mexican Revolution to investigate further.
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