to Dec 15


FORUM 1 is the culmination of a 9-month mentorship program with a cohort of eighteen young art professionals. The first of its kind, the program was designed to support the cohort by connecting with established art professionals in Los Angeles providing a space in which to interact with and learn from them.

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Cuerpos Unidos
12:00 PM12:00

Cuerpos Unidos

Vincent Price Art Museum and Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA present Cuerpos Unidos: Performances in Dialogue with Laura Aguilar.

This performance and social practice event features new commissions by artists who have named Laura Aguilar as a critical influence in their development and identification as Latinx artists and performers. Event participants include organizer Edgar Fabián Frías, with Irina Contreras, Cesia Dominguez, Cindy Vallejo, and Freddy Villalobos.

Presented as part of Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA, an event series organized by REDCAT and supported by a major grant from the Getty Foundation. Pacific Standard Time is an initiative of the Getty. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America. 

Museum guests are invited to bring an offering in the form of a native plant seedling or seeds for the communal altar that will be collectively built throughout the performance. All native plants collected will be donated to local folks leading native landscape (re)building efforts in Los Angeles. 
Ni las mujeres ni la tierra somos territorio de conquista.

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Barrio Logos: Displacement and Vanishing Iconography
to Dec 16

Barrio Logos: Displacement and Vanishing Iconography

Residency Art Gallery, in conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is extremely pleased to present the group exhibition Barrio Logos: Displacement and Vanishing Iconography, curated by Oscar Magallanes. Barrio Logos features work from John Carlos de Luna “Barrio Dandy”, Adriana Corral, Pablo Cristi, Aaron Estrada, Miles “El Mac” MacGregor, Patrick Martinez, Ofelia Marquez, Vincent Valdez and Cindy Vallejo

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to May 28


"on the other / side" is a multidisciplinary exhibit, showcasing works by the 2017 at land’s edge fellows. The event, explores issues of race, disability, resistance, history, power, violence, survival and healing via writings, installation, video, 2D and 3D works. More info at

Wednesday, May 24th – Sunday, May 28th

3pm – 9pm, Wed – Thurs
11am – 9pm, Sat
1pm – 9pm, Sun

WHERE: Human Resources Los Angeles
410 Cottage Home St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
near Broadway and Cottage Home in Chinatown

In conjunction with Decolonize L.A.. Made possible with funding from the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. 

7:30pm – 8:30pm
Everything I Say Is True
Suzanne Kite
a live sound/video performance presented by Decolonize LA

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017
7pm – 9pm
Legacies of Trauma / Legacies of Resilience
An intergenerational healers panel
Hosted by Cesia Dominguez Lopez
presented by at land’s edge

FRIDAY, MAY 26TH, 2017
7pm – 10pm
on the other / side Reception*
hosted by at land’s edge 2017 Fellows
Light refreshments will be served.
*at land’s edge, an autonomous ontological platform for creatives to co-learn, presents its culminating reception. All artists and program coordinators will be present to discuss their works, host readings, and lead other activities during the reception.

SATURDAY, MAY 27, 2017
11am – 12pm
Adoption, Electronic Music, and Enrollment.
Elisa Harkins
a skype/virtual lecture presented by Decolonize LA

1pm – 2pm
What does intergenerational collaboration look like? 
Forging Pathways for Future Apsáalooke Feminists
Wendy Red Star
a skype/virtual lecture presented by Decolonize LA

7pm – 9pm
Divine Creators!!! : Intro to Divination Practices for Creatives**
Edgar Fabián Frías
presented by at land’s edge
**The workshop has a maximum of 11 participants. It takes place in the evening. Please wear comfortable clothing. This workshop is FREE BUT requires sign up and approval by moderator. Optional: Please bring protective amulets, charms, plants, essences, crystals, etc. Bring something to cover your head (a hat, a scarf, a hoodie). Please contact or go to to register.
**Queer, trans, gender nonconforming, low-income, people of color, indigenous people, immigrants, and folks at other intersections will be given priority.

SUNDAY, MAY 28, 2017
4pm – 5:30pm
Accidents of Birth
seren sensei
presented by at land’s edge

7pm – 9pm
Ritual for Mutual Black Care***
Melanie Griffin
presented by at land’s edge
***This event is only for all Black identified people


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