Showtime’s Summer long outdoor food, drink, and music celebration is back and there are a lot of fun programs scheduled. Get details after the jump!
How was West Hollywood in the seventies and eighties? Most locals probably have no idea as they are transplants from other parts of the world or simply haven’t been here long enough: local oral history doesn’t get passed around that often. Apparently there was a bubbling video scene that pioneered alternative film techniques and filmmaking that captured performance and art entrenched in a specific LA queer community. Who knew?! ONE is currently exhibiting the work as a part of the eponymous show EZTV. It’s a little education in a lost history of queer video.
Two things of note coming to REDCAT: opening tomorrow, April 5, is Javier Téllez’s Games are forbidden in the labyrinth and April 26 through May 11 is the REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival. The Téllez show is on view through June 1.
Scott Reeder is taking Ooga Booga again this Friday, April 4, where there will be a screening of his work Moon Dust. It will be outside so dress warm!
Remember how slightly competitive and reality-like Made In L.A. was? A new element of this year’s biennial at the Hammer has been revealed: there will be a recorded component, a la a reality web series. This will certainly help you vote!