High & Dry explores what a window -- as seen through the lens of a camera -- can relate to a viewer about memory and time.
Lorena Turner photographed a selection of Michael Jackson impersonators for her book about Jackson's influence on American popular culture.
Sergio Aragones is one of the icons of cartoon art. A contributor to MAD Magazine since the 1960s, Aragones continues to attend comic book conventions around the county.
A new retrospective exhibition highlights the art history of the San Fernando Valley from 1970-1990.
High & Dry explores what a window -- as seen through the lens of a camera -- can relate to a viewer about memory and time.
Lorena Turner photographed a selection of Michael Jackson impersonators for her book about Jackson's influence on American popular culture.
Taiwanese artist Tsai Shih Hung uses his artistic canvas as a way to show the world his observations about the ironies of technology.
The play "Poemas de la Izquierda Erótica al Teatro" features three actors playing versions of Ana María Rodas, considered the mother of Guatemalan feminist poetry.
A new retrospective exhibition highlights the art history of the San Fernando Valley from 1970-1990.
This episode of Artbound features the midcentury modern paintings of Danny Heller, the "performance crafting" of Tanya Aguiñiga, Shari Elf's Joshua Tree gallery of art from discarded and found objects, an all-women young artist performance collective from Santa Ana, Olga Koumoundouros' occupation of foreclosed homes with art, and a musical performance by D. Lee Waggoner.
For underserved communities in SoCal, an increasing number of non-profit organizations provide much-needed arts education for public-school children.
Taiwanese artist Tsai Shih Hung uses his artistic canvas as a way to show the world his observations about the ironies of technology.
A new retrospective exhibition highlights the art history of the San Fernando Valley from 1970-1990.
Alice Könitz founded the Los Angeles Museum of Art, a small open-air pavilion on a patch of cement outside her Eagle Rock home.
Taiwanese artist Tsai Shih Hung uses his artistic canvas as a way to show the world his observations about the ironies of technology.
Sergio Aragones is one of the icons of cartoon art. A contributor to MAD Magazine since the 1960s, Aragones continues to attend comic book conventions around the county.
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    Tsai Shih Hung: Exercises in the Digital World
    Tsai Shih Hung: Exercises in the Digital World
    Taiwanese artist Tsai Shih Hung uses his artistic canvas as a way to show the world his observations about the ironies of technology.
    In Partnership with:
    18th Street Arts Center
    LACMA9: Compton Art + Film Lab
    LACMA9: Compton Art + Film Lab
    The LACMA9 Art+Film Lab, a traveling film and video workshop, cinema, and oral history project, sets up shop in Compton.
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    Meaningful Connection: Education Equity and Arts in L.A.
    Meaningful Connection: Education Equity and Arts in L.A.
    Speakers working in education shed light on the complex case of providing every child equal access to quality education for a session at MOCA hosted by Arts for LA.
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    Arts for LA
    Alleyway Appeal: Miha Štrukelj's Explorations of West L.A.
    Alleyway Appeal: Miha Štrukelj's Explorations of West L.A.
    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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    Imagining Global War: Popular Cartography During World War II
    Imagining Global War: Popular Cartography During World War II
    Incendiary Traces looks at the cartographic representations of WWII in the 1940s, providing historical context for understanding our own conception of global space.
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    Artists and writers in Santa Barbara acknowledge a shared common cultural history of a not-so-distant past where California and the West were ruled by others.
    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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    Funding bubbles, cultural deserts and the politics of access to the arts in the 21st century.

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