This weekend's events include a Spring Fling mini music festival in Echo Park, a literary tour featuring cycling and feminism and a Sunday night of flamenco in Silver Lake.
Eastside Weekend: Mi Vida in Highland Park; Banetoriko’s noise-scapes in Echo Park; Sunday-night burlesque
Enjoy a live reading of the play Riot/Rebellion which revisits six historic days in 1965 Watts. This play explores race, the struggle of class and power in a section of Los Angeles that was often ignored in the media. First person accounts are weaved into the performances and a bilingual discussion will be conducted after the readings.
Have you ever wondered if there is a songwriter somewhere inside you? The answer is yes, but you must invite the songs out! Find out how at a Songwriting Workshop on April 8 & 15, only $20; capped at 10 students. This workshop is an invitation ... Read More »
Have you had a rough week and need to recharge and spend time with your creator? Do you want a more mystical approach to your spirituality? Welcome. You’ve come to the right place. Echoes: A Kirtan Mass is a melding of east and west in a ... Read More »
Oh, No, Look, Out! It’s A Giant Monster! Actually, in this light it’s not that bad. In fact it’s hugging that building. And you know what, when you get down to it what defines a monster as a “monster”? Kaiju is Japanese for “strange creature,” and so a whole lot of artists are reinterpreting monsters at Supahchute Kaiju Show 2: Cuter, Better, Fatter, Stronger with original paintings, sculptures and figurines.
We know habits are hard to change. But growing into full adulthood requires changing habits that no longer serve us. The good news is that we can do something to develop healthier habits. Do you want to have healthier conversations, be less reactive to certain people, ... Read More »
This weekend's to-do list consists of poetry readings and art openings in Echo Park and a Pop art show in El Sereno. Make sure to move the clock ahead one hour on Sunday so you don't show up late for any event.
The Floricanto Center for Performing Arts will be hosting a carnival with activities for the whole family, including mask making, games, antojitos, and folklorico demos. The celebration marks the center’s second year in City Terrace, where a former furniture warehouse has been transformed into a workshop and community performance space.
SPONSORED POST: Experience Terrence MacNally's controversial award-winning play "Corpus Christi" for one night only in Echo Park. Jesus is gay and living in modern-day Texas. Oh my. Read More »
Where the left is stimulated, perhaps the right becomes jealous. What type of apparatus is the brain that’s capable of naming itself? Perhaps Big Butter, a Step Felt in Full cannot rightly be expressed with words, this dual show featuring artwork and music from brothers Mike & Tim Biskup.