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  • ... will hear are made by professionals in the field of photography , while others are the responses of audience members just like ... Skipsey.   'Portrayal/Betrayal' is on view through September 16 at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. For ...
  • ... examines Ventura's agrarian heritage and the significance of agriculture today. [scald=74226:kl_image_original_context ... Field, Santa Paula by Hilda Kilpatrick The success of agriculture -- the ability to produce a surplus of food -- is said to ...
  • The future ramifications of water consumption in Southern California are explored in "After the ... The recent public prediction of water woes by a NASA JPL scientist is inspiring a new round of ... southern California but around the world, is on view under visitors' feet in "After the Aqueduct's" main exhibition room. ...
  • ... of L.A.'s great media artists have work screening or on view this week in shows across the city, from historic highlights to brand new efforts. ...
  • ... {"additionalClasses":""}] Installation view of Whiteness, "A Wayward Construction," showing Lezley Saar's ... example, at the complicated issues that arise when race is considered in relation to other components of identity, such as gender ...
  • A new exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of California Art features the wide-ranging work of June Wayne , an artist strongly influenced by the cross-disciplinary thinkers of ...
  • ... Israeli Jewish White Male by Lior Bar shows all the possible permutations of those letters with nearly equal number of identity variations. ...
  • This weekly talk show features a panel of four journalists exchanging views on key international topics. Current ...
  • ... chronic disease," Fox said. "It is a limited lens to view overall health." Another issue is that while the study accounts for ... what to eat," Fox said. In fact, a 2014 study by RAND shows that the price of food directly correlates with a shopper's ...
  • ... coordinator at the Writer's Guild. "L.A. is tricky for photography because it's so much sunlight, so much glare," he says. He rarely ... snaps once and then again. He keeps going. Finally, he shows me the image on the camera's screen, and I see what he sees: not simply ...

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