REDCAT raises the stakes in 2017 with a bold international program of daring and provocative artists who confront the most vital issues of our time with intelligent, memorable experiences you won’t soon forget.
Virtuosic movement is experienced through heightened new dimensions in this daring collaboration between two former Merce Cunningham dancers and an iconic filmmaker expanding the corporeal and digital realms.
Noted journalists and writers Cooper, Scheer and Weissman in a panel discussion. The program is the final in a series of events presented in conjunction with the gallery’s exhibition The Words of Others: León Ferrari and Rhetoric in Times of War, which is presented as part of the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
Continuing the worldwide musical celebration of Lou Harrison’s centennial, this diverse program presents a rare opportunity to hear a survey of works by the ebullient composer known for his fearless blending of Eastern and Western sounds.
REDCAT’s quarterly program of new works and works-in-progress highlights new forms of dance, theater, music and multimedia performance in a wide-ranging evening that celebrates the vitality of L.A.’s next-generation artists making work for the stage.
Noted journalists and writers Marc Cooper, Robert Scheer and Suzi Weissman in the panel discussion Media & Democracy: From the Vietnam War to the Consolidation of “Alternative Facts” in the Digital Era. The program is the final in a series of events presented in conjunction with the gallery’s exhibition The Words of Others: León Ferrari and Rhetoric in Times of War, which is presented as part of the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
The Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA (January 11 to January 21, 2018) is an international celebration of art and performance throughout greater Los Angeles, with more than 200 Latin American and Latino artists and performers creating adventurous events at more than 25 indoor and outdoor locations. Organized by REDCAT with a consortium of organizations and independent artists, the festival connects artists from more than a dozen countries with neighborhoods city-wide, through vital performances in parks, plazas, galleries, theaters and busy urban settings. The festival is part of the Getty-led Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative and is supported by a major grant from the Getty Foundation.