selected events

(Full schedule here)

Saturday 09/09 and Sunday 09/10: ICA, LA, grand opening. Of special interest: 09/10, 2–3:30pm: Ramírez Re-examined. (full program) (more info)

Sunday 09/17, 3pm. Lecture by Joanne Pillsbury (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), “Imperial Radiance: Luxury Arts in the Land of the Incas.” Getty Center, Harold M. Williams Auditorium. Free; advance ticket required. (RSVP).

Monday 09/18, 9am–5pm. “The Political Body in Latina and Latin American Art,” symposium connected to the exhibition Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985. Hammer Museum. Pre-registration required. (more info) (RSVP).

Tuesday 09/19, 6.30–9pm. Opening reception and curators’ talk, Circles and Circuits I: History and Art of the Chinese Caribbean Diaspora, California African American Museum. (event info) (exhibition info)

Tuesday 09/19, 7.15–9pm. Public Art and Political Dissent in Los Angeles and Oaxaca, Library Foundation of Los Angeles, in connection to the exhibition Visualizing Language: Oaxaca in L.A. (event info) (exhibition info) (press release)

Friday 10/06, 10am–5pm. “Teaching and Writing the Art Histories of Latin American Los Angeles,” conference organized by the Art Historians of Southern California and the GRI, Getty Research Institute. (More info)

Tuesday 10/10, 7.15–9pm. “Surviving Through the Days: California Indian Catastrophe and Revival,” talks by Greg Sarris and Benjamin Madley, Library Foundation of Los Angeles. (More info)

Wednesday 10/18, 2–4pm. “Tour and Critical Discussion with James hd Brown,” USC Fisher Museum of Art. (More info)

Friday 11/03 to Sunday 11/05, “PST: LA/LA Symposium,” The Getty Center. (More info)

Monday, November 27, 7–9pm. “Los Four Panel,” with speakers Howard Fox, Hal Glickshman, Cheech Marin, and others, held at the Bing Theater, LACMA. In conjunction with the exhibition Aztlán to Magulandia: The Journey of Chicano Artist Gilbert “Magu” Luján, held at UCI. (Exhibition website)

Friday, 12/08 to Sunday, 12/10. “Indigenous Knowledge and the Making of Colonial Latin America,” scholarly conference organized by Daniela Bleichmar (USC) and Kim Richter (GRI), at the Getty Center. (More info) (RSVP here)