The Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LAis an international celebration of art and performance throughout greater Los Angeles, with more than 200 Latin American and Latino artists and performers creating in adventurous events at more than 25 indoor and outdoor locations.
POSTPONED.Yoshito Ohno is a legend. The son of the late Kazuo Ohno, who co-founded the butoh dance form with Tatsumi Hijikata, young Yoshito’s first appearance as a dancer was as the “boy with chicken” in a famous 1959 collaboration by the inventors of the haunting genre.
In A PINK CHAIR (In Place of a Fake Antique), The Wooster Group weaves together live performance, music, and video in an encounter with the work of visionary Polish artist, writer and stage director Tadeusz Kantor (1915-1990).
Dave Hullfish Bailey is an artist based in Los Angeles, whose work contemplates the complex ecologies of communal organization and ways of living together, from successive waves of modernization and colonialization of the American landscape to utopian communities and countercultural experiments.
The New Original Works Festival (NOW) is a three-week interdisciplinary program offering a variety of short works and some longer projects in their Los Angeles premieres. The Festival takes place in July and August and artists are given development support through rehearsal space, technical assistance, access to equipment and an honorarium. Projects are selected through a proposal process, with an emphasis on new projects in development and/or early career artists.