Janna Zinzi | KCET
Janna A. Zinzi (also known as jaz) is a strategist and storyteller using language and performance art to uplift people of color, especially women and gender non-conforming people. Her writing and dancing explores themes and intersections of arts, politics, pop culture, race, feminism, spirituality and travel. Follow Zinzi and her adventures at jannazinzi.com.
Post date: 2020-02-25T09:43:46-08:00
The Separate Cinema Archive is the most extensive private collection of African American film memorabilia in the world, documenting over a century of Black contributions to the industry.
Post date: 2020-01-08T08:27:32-08:00
"Beside the Edge of the World," a multimedia, interdisciplinary art exhibition at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens explores and unearths ideas of “utopia” through the lens of three artists.
Post date: 2019-10-15T03:33:18-07:00
“Imperishable,” a public art installation boasting 8-foot-tall towers full of Cheetos, focuses on food accessibility and equity and how this impacts Los Angeles’s diverse communities.
Post date: 2018-06-28T15:52:28-07:00
The Lula Washington Dance Theatre offer dance classes and structure for local young people while also educating them about black history and current events through dance.