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Alice Bag and the History of SoCal Punk

Alice Bag explores a side of L.A. punk history that has long been ignored.

The Artwork of Alice Könitz

Alice Könitz founded the Los Angeles Museum of Art, and her artwork has been featured in Made in L.A. 2014 at the Hammer Museum.


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Good Design Is for Everyone: The Evolution of Low-Income Housing in L.A.
Good Design Is for Everyone: The Evolution of Low-Income Housing in L.A.
What would it mean for L.A. to become known for a successful and sustainable network of beautiful housing projects for its most vulnerable citizens?

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Galleries Are Man's World and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score
Galleries Are Man's World and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score
Almost 70% of artists represented by commercial galleries in New York and L.A. are men. Micol Hebron illustrates this imbalanced male-to-female ratio in the collaborative art project, Gallery Tally.

Vote Head-to-Head: Preserving the Watts Towers vs. Excavating the 'Ten Commandments'
Vote Head-to-Head: Preserving the Watts Towers vs. Excavating the 'Ten Commandments'
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Vote Head-to-Head: Michael Massenburg's L.A. Collages vs. Art of the Prison Landscape
Vote Head-to-Head: Michael Massenburg's L.A. Collages vs. Art of the Prison Landscape
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Vote Head-to-Head: The Nomadic Work of Paul Rodriguez vs. Gary Baseman's Art World
Vote Head-to-Head: The Nomadic Work of Paul Rodriguez vs. Gary Baseman's Art World
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Vote Head-to-Head: Boyle Heights' Radio Sombra vs. The Tar Paintings of James Griffith
Vote Head-to-Head: Boyle Heights' Radio Sombra vs. The Tar Paintings of James Griffith
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Community Arts

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Funding bubbles, cultural deserts and the politics of access to the arts in the 21st century.

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