LLANO–Please join us to walk under the waxing sturgeon moon, reflecting on the end of the Llano del Rio utopian socialist experiment in the Antelope Valley with Karyl Newman, arriving at the silo ruin for a tranquil sound bath to contemplate our next steps with local artists Jean Monte, Moriah Cain Gross and Kristen Cramer.
LOS ANGELES– The exhibition will share of the stories of individuals and organizations that came together to serve the needs of the Asian Pacific Islander (API) American community, focusing on the watershed year of 1968 and the following decades that are known as the API Civil Rights Movement.
SANTA ANA– Fans of Gonzo journalism won’t want to miss the Orange County Premiere screening of The Rise And Fall Of The Brown Buffalo with acclaimed filmmaker Phillip Rodriguez on Saturday, Oct. 7 @ 8pm as part of the 8th OC Film Fiesta in the heart of Santa Ana. The Rise And Fall Of The Brown Buffalo is a fascinating portrait of iconoclastic Chicano writer and lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta, author of Revolt of the Cockroach People and the larger than life inspiration for Hunter S. Thompson’s “Dr. Gonzo” in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
An interdisciplinary, site-specific performance that focuses on the dreams and aspirations of local residents in a changing neighborhood.
Dr. Kenya Davis-Hayes on the real story of the Green Book and the incredible places it listed.
A list of locations throughout the state that the Green Book listed, some of which are still open.
Watch films, read stories, and download apps focusing on women from around California.
FRESNO– Dr. Alex Saragoza Plática: SPANISH AND MEXICAN PERIODS 1772-1848 This lecture will explain why Spain was so weak and Mexico so vulnerable to US Expansionism. March 24, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Arte Américas, 1630 Van Ness Ave, Fresno, CA 93721 This project is supported by California Humanities through an Humanities for All […]
Celebrate and remember Cesar Chavez and the farmworker movement with projects throughout the state.