Three major museum-related internships are open to East Los Angeles College students this coming summer, and ELAC librarian Natasha Alvarez can help create impactful resumes.
The Vincent Price Art Museum opened a new exhibit on April 30 called “Sonic Terrains in Latinx Art”.
The museum exhibits the art of 30 trailblazing Latinx sound artists.
Iranian animators’ projects are the highlight of East Los Angeles College’s 7th Annual Animation Film Festival Iranian Animation Day, on Saturday.
The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation is hosting its third annual silent auction art fundraiser that including works from over 30 artists.
East Los Angeles College Dream Resource Center spotlights art and the influence it can have on movements against inequality.
The Department of Theatre Arts held an introspective interview with actress and activist Sabra Williams. Host, Venessa M. Pellegrini, took charge of asking pressing questions pertaining to Williams’ mission to apply the Arts in prison systems across America.
Colombian-American artist Natalia Arbelaez talked to ELAC students of the propounding motivation that inspired her concepts of art and about who inspired the work she does.
Art Division, a non-profit organization hosted a Zoom lecture, “Art, Immigration, and Resistance,” where the speaker, Álvaro Huerta Ph.D., talked about the topic of immigration through art.
The partnership is the result of “On-Site: Neighborhood Partnerships with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,” an ongoing initiative to make LACMA’s collections and programs more accessible to Los Angeles County communities.
By Andrew Ayala Four young and talented artists displayed, performed and expressed their messages through their art in a enticing fashion at the Art and Short Film Showcase on Saturday. The event included an art walk, poetry, short films and an artist Q&A. At the entrance of the event, beautifully drawn pencil sketches were displayed to the left and meaningful poetry with flowers below them ran along the right side. …