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Monday, March 2

Kali Uchis

The Echo

1822 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026


Kali Uchis is a star in every sense of the word. The Colombian-born, Virginia-bred artist has only one body of work to her name: Drunken Babble. Nonetheless, the loose collection of songs she recorded in her bedroom began to dabble in the soulful 70s meets new age R&B sound that she has since perfected. Both musically and stylistically, Kali embodies a West coast artist. Her bubbly sound and stunning wardrobe can catch the eye of any Californian and instantly turn him or her to a fan. In fact, a few of those wandering glances have been from California

natives Snoop Dogg and Tyler the Creator, both of whom Uchis has collaborated with. Feeding off these co-signs, Kali played numerous shows up and down the coast and logged studio time with more notable names including Mad Decent figurehead, Diplo.Her confidence is evident, holding her own on the stage as well as in the studio alongside stars and legends alike.

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Tuesday, March 3

Wednesday, March 4

HOY SPACE: Jaime Guerrero

Vincent Price Art Museum

1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez Monterey Park, monterey Park, CA 90640


"Guerrero reclaims the execution of work as both a technical and intellectual endeavor inseparable from conceptual content. " – William Ganis, Glass Magazine viagra senza ricetta. HOY SPACE: Jaime Guerrero Cervidae: Open Season January 24 to April 18, 2015 . Jaime Guerrero is the first artist working in the medium of glass. 

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Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad

ALOUD @ The Central Library

630 W. Fifth Street, Los Angeles, 90071


(3/4) Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad

Eric Foner in conversation with Randall Kennedy

Wednesday, March 4, 7:15 PM

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and consultant on the Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave discusses his latest book, which unearths extraordinary findings from Columbia University’s archives to shed new light on the Underground Railroad. Join Foner in conversation with Harvard Law Professor Randall Kennedy for an illuminating look at the fraught history of American slavery and the courageous acts of individuals who defied the law in the fight for freedom decades before the Civil War.

Reservations recommended. Please see website for reservation policy.

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Judith Butler: Vulnerability and Resistance

REDCAT Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater

631 West 2nd St, Los Angeles, 90012


Co-presented with the CalArts Aesthetics and Politics Program
Eminent American philosopher Judith Butler visits REDCAT to give the third of four Los Angeles lectures in connection with her residency at the CalArts School of Critical Studies' Aesthetics and Politics Program. Assembled under the title of “Demonstrating Precarity: Vulnerability, Embodiment, and Resistance,” her talks address questions of political dissent, protest, resistance and violence in light of recent developments in the United States and abroad. Butler has authored numerous influential books, among them Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990) and Precarious Life. The Powers of Mourning and Violence (2004) and, most recently, Dispossession: The Performative in the Political (2013). She is the Maxine Elliot Professor in the Department of Comparative Literature and the Program of Critical Theory at UC Berkeley and the Hannah Arendt Professor of Philosophy at the European Graduate School.

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Thursday, March 5