Fall 2017 Public Presentation at the Autry Museum of the American West.
Fall 2017 Public Presentation at the Los Angeles Public Library
Fall 2017 Public Presentation at the Japanese American National Museum
Celebrate the holidays with music created by Advanced Programs students during their 10-week Music Production Residency with Young Producers Group. Students from Beats by Girlz will also share new work. Hosted by the artworxLA High School Interns and Advanced Programs participants, this special event will include light food and refreshments.
*Space Limited Please RSVP to email@example.com. We hope to see you on December 13!
artworxLA Arts Lab | 1930 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90057 | Suite 800
Parking is available in the lot attached to 1930 Wilshire Blvd. Enter through the first driveway south of Wilshire Blvd. on Westlake Ave.
Public transportation is encouraged. We are conveniently located across from the Westlake/MacArthur Park Red Line station.
Grand Performances presents an evening of films and live art
How do communities come together when faced with a storm? Inspired by global folk stories and Noah’s Ark at the Skirball Cultural Center, the flood and its aftermath will be used as a metaphor to reflect on the challenges societies face. Students will consider how communities work together to survive conflict, address differences, and create new opportunities during times of change.
How does art empower people to share their voices and participate in democracy? artworxLA will partner with the Central Library of Los Angeles and Task Force to explore the democratic process and citizens’ responsibility to engage with matters of public concern, whether at the city, county, or national level. In this historic election year, students will consider their own actions inpromoting and participating in democracy–identifying issues, improving conditions, and shaping their own futures.
What makes a place special and worth saving for future generations? In partnership with
the Los Angeles Conservancy, students will explore the architectural and cultural resources of the city, including investigating the layered histories of their own neighborhoods. Through architecture and community stories, students will consider how vibrant neighborhoods are made, how places help mark history, and how they can contribute to historic preservation in Los Angeles