The LACMA9 Art+Film Lab, a traveling film and video workshop, cinema, and oral history project, sets up shop in Compton.
The Haters, founded in 1979 by G.X. Jupitter-Larsen, was one of the earliest acts in the modern noise scene. The band celebrates 35 years since its inception.
Jeanne van Heeswijk's work engages places where market-driven "regeneration" is displacing resident populations, focusing on the gentrification of Hollywood.
A special episode featuring musical performances by East L.A. rockers Chicano Batman.
Jose Cruz González's latest play, "The San Patricios," tells the little known story of immigrants from the U.S. who fought on the side of Mexico during the Mexican-American War.
The LACMA9 Art+Film Lab, a traveling film and video workshop, cinema, and oral history project, sets up shop in Compton.
The Haters, founded in 1979 by G.X. Jupitter-Larsen, was one of the earliest acts in the modern noise scene. The band celebrates 35 years since its inception.
Simulations in computer games and virtual reality are radically altering the way the military prepares soldiers for war.
Jose Cruz González's latest play, "The San Patricios," tells the little known story of immigrants from the U.S. who fought on the side of Mexico during the Mexican-American War.
The LACMA9 Art+Film Lab, a traveling film and video workshop, cinema, and oral history project, sets up shop in Compton.
Graffiti artist Man One works to develop a code of the street between art and commerce in Los Angeles.
Simulations in computer games and virtual reality are radically altering the way the military prepares soldiers for war.
Jose Cruz González's latest play, "The San Patricios," tells the little known story of immigrants from the U.S. who fought on the side of Mexico during the Mexican-American War.
Mike M. Mollett, a part of the Los Angeles art scene for some 40 years, founded L.A. Mudpeople, a troupe that appears on walkabouts in diverse parts of the city.
Graffiti artist Man One works to develop a code of the street between art and commerce in Los Angeles.
Simulations in computer games and virtual reality are radically altering the way the military prepares soldiers for war.
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    Slovenian artist Miha Štrukelj is interested in the linear elements of urban landscapes and the geometric building blocks of architectural forms.
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    The Un-Private Collection: Steve Martin and Eric Fischl
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    The distance from the main urban hubs has afforded SLO the capacity to retain, preserve and celebrate its agrarian Mexican and Spanish past and allowed its cities and towns to grow at a sustainable rate.
    The cultural ecology of Riverside County is as diverse as its geography.
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