Upcoming Events

Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences

The Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences will be offering a free public performance on the Santa Monica beach cliff this Memorial Day weekend – come join us on your way coming or going to the beach.

Meet at the cannon monument in the Palisades Park, right across the street from the Georgian Hotel (1415 Ocean Ave). Picnic reception and dialogue to follow the 30 minute performance. RSVP for a free ticket here.

Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences

The Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences will be offering a free public performance in Santa Monica’s 90404 the first week in June – come join us!
Meet at the corner of Dorchester and Virginia Aves. (3000 Virginia Ave, Santa Monica). RSVP for a free ticket here.

The Laboratory for Embodied Intelligences, (Santa Monica, 2017 performance) Photo: Carole Kim Dancers, left to right: Vanessa Baish, Fonzy Cervera, Hyoin Jun, Jonathan Bryant, Flora Wiegmann

Betty Marín

This walk will invite community historian Jaime Cruz and long-time business owner Henry Bañuelos to lead us through different historic eras of Olympic Blvd, including its current manifestation. By remembering the old Mexican Business district that once existed, meeting other long-time residents, and discussing issues like policing and gentrification, we will hear from theirs and your experiences across time.  Meet outside of Main gallery of 18th Street Arts Center. RSVP for a free ticket here.

Betty Marín

This walk will invite local artist Paulina Sahagun and community historian Robbie Jones to describe their experiences growing up in the neighborhood and the work they have done as adults to keep that history alive and share it with others. The walk will discuss multiracial solidarity and reflect on the Black and Brown character of the neighborhood in general. Meet outside of front entrance of Edison Elementary. The walk will end at the Woodlawn cemetery – please plan accordingly. RSVP for a free ticket here.

Betty Marín

This walk invites community leaders Sabrina Fields and Mulugeta Tadele to describe working in the neighborhood, and in particular the relationships between older residents, including older and newer immigrants in the neighborhood, like the Mexican-American, African-American, and Ethiopian-American community. This walk will begin at the site of the “History of the Pico Neighborhood” Mural under the Stewart street tunnel at Stewart Street and Virginia Ave and end at nearby Gandora Park. RSVP for a free ticket here.

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