Upcoming Events

Nick Hankoff, Jia Talley, Samari Barnes, Nikki Blak, and DJ Q

Grounded in respectful debate between two powerful interlocutors, this debate co-sponsored by LMU’s English Department and The Truth About The Fact will explore whether or not the government should financially support organizations that specifically cater to women’s health needs.

Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle

For the final event for Kentifrica Is: Re-Imaging Collective Greographies, Hinkle and 18th Street will partner with Ben Cadwell for a Kentifrican Closing Ritual in which we will discuss the limits of erasure and collective devise a call to action to eradicate daily acts of erasure in our personal lives, communities and beyond. Please join us at KAOS Network in Leimert Park (4343 Leimert Blvd.).

April 29
1 PM - 5 PM

Campus-wide event

Join us to celebrate the cultural treasures of our Pico Neighborhood of Santa Monica with the launch of our interactive asset map website, exhibitions, art-making workshops, food trucks, open studios, live music by Flako, performances by Cabeza de Vaca Cultural Dance School, Community Corps Zumba group, Santa Monica lowriders, and lots more.

Nina Waisman

Expert scientists gather to talk about their research in exo-biology and extreme forms of nature. With Moh El-Naggar, Chair of Natural Sciences at USC, and Fathi Karouia, Senior Research Scientist at NASA. This salon is presented as part of Nina Waisman’s Moveable Lab project The Laboratory of Embodied Intelligences.

Sherin Guirguis

In conjunction with 18th Street’s Spring Pico Block Party, Sherin Guirguis will conduct an art-making workshop with members of the community and local artists. Through manipulating elements of the earth within the gallery space, participants will engage in conversation while creating collaborative sculpture. Family-friendly – kids welcome.

Interior view of “One I Call”

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