Sunday, April 30, 2017
LA Living Spaces exhibit tour, 1:00 p.m., led by Photographer Ellie Zenhari, Assistant Professor, Art and Design Department, CSUDH, and Dr. Vivian Price, Associate Professor, Labor Studies, CSUDH. Ellie Zenhari will discuss her current series on the LA Port in the exhibit, LA Living Spaces. Her photographic concepts include The Old Port, Housing and Environment, and Labor and Refineries. Dr. Vivian Price will discuss the LA Port workers, unions and the environmental justice issues of the port complex for the surrounding neighborhoods.
Dr. Vivian Price entered the academic world after considerable experience as a worker in factories, refineries, and as a union electrician. As both a researcher and an activist in the field of Labor Studies, she also is active in environmental justice issues in Los Angeles, especially in the community of Watts and the cities of San Pedro and Wilmington.
CSUDH Student Dance Performance, 2:30 pm, Refill Please, Choreographer: Mayra Pedraza, Dancers: Mayra Pedraze, Lily Cabrera, Zantino Bustos, presented in conjunction with the CSUDH Department of Theatre Arts & Dance, Dance Program, Marco Carreon, Adjunct Faculty.
through – May 22, 2017
Angels Gate Cultural Center hosts two new exhibitions that address distinct issues concerning housing and development in Southern California through a variety of mediums and visual strategies. In Knockdown Dash by Nicole Capps + James McCarthy and Broken Ground by John Hulsey in collaboration with Alejandro Dobie-Gonzalez, Armin Fardis and Matt M. Mayes, the artists draw on their personal experiences to explore structural concerns.
Angels Gate Cultural Center is open to the public seven days a week and admission is always free.