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Eva Recinos is a freelance writer based in LA. Her writing on art has appeared in The Guardian, LA Weekly, Hyperallergic, Jezebel and more. She is less than five feet tall.

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Armed with a trailer, large-format printer and scanner, DSTL Arts is going wherever young creative minds are congregating in East, Northeast and South Los Angeles.
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Karina Yánez started Greetings from South-Central to connect her community to arts education resources they may not know about. Now, it is looking to further level the field when it comes to arts access inequities by working more closely with students, connecting them to arts programs, mentorship and guidance.
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Power in Care: Carolina Caycedo Maps the Long History of Feminine Environmental Work

On view at Oxy Arts, Carolina Caycedo's "Care Report" is a visual representation of the many ways women have been caring for their communities and the environment through organizing and activism.
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“Southland Sessions” spoke with five different people about how they shifted the focus of their creative organization to keep afloat in 2020 and best serve their community.
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'Made in L.A. 2020: a version' Adjusts to Pandemic Realities

What happens when your exhibition is actually meant to open during the new normal? We check in with the curators of “Made in L.A.” 2020 to find out.
A performance at the alley of Hot and Cool Cafe | Courtesy of Hot and Cool Cafe
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At Leimert Park’s Hot and Cool Cafe, Stomachs and Souls Are Fed

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Light and Space artists have captured, investigated and metamorphosed light into unexpected artwork that implores us to look — really look.
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Crenshaw Dairy Mart in Inglewood Rethinks the Fine Arts Structure

In Inglewood, a fine art space that takes up the legacy of Black-led arts institutions emerges.
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