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Saturday, September 13

The Adonis Project

Human Resources

410 Cottage Home St (near Broadway, Los Angeles, 90012


Ian MacKinnon and Travis Wood present a sexy night of curated performances, video, and interactive queer art at Human Resources in Chinatown.

The Adonis Project: A popup gay art house
Saturday, September 13th, 2014
8:00 PM Gallery Installations and Video Screenings
9:00 PM Show
$10 (Ages 18+)
Human Resources
410 Cottage Home Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
Tickets: adonisproject.bpt.mea
Info: facebook.com/AdonisProjectLA, adonisprojectla.tumblr.com

The notorious Adonis Theater, legendary gay adult movie house closed under homophobic pressure from developers, now “reappears” creatively reimagined as a modern Brigadoon for one night only as artists from the LA queer community descend on Human Resources, also a former adult theater now turned experimental art gallery, to share their hot visions around themes of Gay Sex and Queer Liberation in context of the current state of assimilation, disappearing LGBTQ space and shrinking ghettos. It is a creative activist effort and sexy night of interactive queer entertainment and community which will transform Human Resources into a sexual amusement park of gay art, video and performance. Join us for a night at The Adonis.

Participating artists: Gregory Barnett, Ben Cuevas, Andrew Disorder, David Parke Epstein, Hank Henderson, Hunter, Jason Jenn, Andrea Lambert, David LeBarron, Ricky Luna, Ian MacKinnon, Martin Matamoros, Leopold Nunan, Robert Patrick, Steven Reigns, Jack Shamblin, Vyper SynVille, Evans Vestal Ward, Trevor Wayne, Travis Wood, Rich Yap and more.

Human Resources was founded by a team of creative individuals who seek to broaden engagement with contemporary and conceptual art, with an emphasis on performative and underexposed modes of expression. Human Resources is not-for-profit and seeks to foster widespread public appreciation of the performative arts by encouraging maximum community access. Human Resources also serves as a point of convergence for diverse and disparate art communities to engage in conversation and idea-sharing promoting the sustainability of non-traditional art forms.

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Shrine Expo Hall

Los Angeles, 90007


Up-and-coming DJ and producer Porter Robinson has quickly made a name for himself in the EDM world with next-level remixes for Lady Gaga and Avicii, but lately it's his solo work fans are buzzing about. His 2014 debut album Worlds is a kaleidoscopic slice of anthemic electro pop that's becoming a staple at his live shows, where he fleshes out his epic productions with a full backing band. A skilled performer who knows how keep audiences moving with intense buildups and drops, Robinson is sure to continue his meteoric rise on his next tour.

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Sunday, September 14

Magdalena Fernandez

MOCA Grand Avenue

250 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

11:00am to 8:00pm

The Museum of Contemporary Art presents Magdalena Fernandez, the first comprehensive mid-career exhibition of Magdalena Fernandez's (b. 1964, Caracas, Venezuela) work. Spanning from 1993 to 2014, the core of this mid-career survey will consist of a number of installations that exemplify the creative approach on which the artist has built a contemporary dialogue with the work of European and Latin American masters of geometric abstraction and will also include sculpture, video photography, drawing, and prints. Her work delves within the language of geometric abstraction, playing with ideas of light, movement, and sound, in context with established abstract and kinetic traditions. Trained in mathematics, physics, and graphic design, Fernandez has also been deeply influenced by the thinking of Italian designer and architect, A.G. Fronzoni, with whom she worked from 1990 until 1993. 


September 14 through January 4, 2015, Mondays & Fridays11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Thursdays 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Saturdays & Sundays 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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walking with the dinosaurs spectacular


Los Angeles, CA 90015


Dinosaurs once again roam the earth when the spectacular production that’s back in the US for the first time in 7 years. A new generation of dino lovers can experience these life–size beasts in this awe-inspiring spectacle.

Ten species are represented from the entire 200 million year reign of the dinosaurs. The show includes the Tyrannosaurus Rex, as well as the Plateosaurus the Stegosaurus and Allosaurus and many more (your kids know these names, even if you’ve forgotten!). The largest of them, the Brachiosaurus is 36 feet tall, and 56 feet from nose to tail.  You’ll be amazed to see these creatures walk before you!

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Soul Jam feat. the Stylistics and the Dramatics

Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE

800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015


The Stylistics was formed in Philadelphia, PA in 1966 from two groups, "The Percussions" and "The Monarchs".  When members from each group were drafted or went on to further their education, the remaining members under the guidance of their English teacher Beverly Hamilton joined forces and changed the name to "The Stylistics".  After working locally for a number of years, the group was approached by Bill Perry who asked if they would be interested in recording.  Their first song "You're a Big Girl Now" was recorded at Virtue Recording Studio, a local studio in Philadelphia. After the success of "You're A Big Girl Now", Avco wanted to naturally follow up with an album release. Hit veteran producer Tom Bell was contacted and was hired to produce the group's first album. The album was entitled "The Stylistics" and from that album came "Stop, Look, Listen to your Heart", "You Are Everything" and "Betcha By Golly Wow".  The success of the first album was phenomenal for that time along with an unheard release of six singles in total. The ball continued to roll with the release of their second album entitled "Round Two". The Stylistics were becoming known as the Philly group with the sweet love songs. 

The Dramatics have been one of the most prolific, consistently entertaining groups of the last three decades. Another of the great non-Motown Detroit groups formed in the late 60s. Most know for hits "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get" "In The Rain" and "Toast to the Fool" among many others that remain in active play on various stations for many years.

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The Soul Jam featuring The Stylistics & The Dramatics

Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE

800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015


The Chi-Lites were from Chicago, a city better known for its gritty urban blues and driving R&B. During the early ‘70s, they landed 11 Top Ten R&B singles, ranging from the romantic ballads like “Have You Seen Her” and “Oh Girl” to protest-themed songs like ’s Sake) Give More Power to the People" and “There Will Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated at the Conference Table).”

The Dramatics have been one of the most prolific, consistently entertaining groups of the last three decades. Another of the great non-Motown Detroit groups formed in the late 60s, the Dramatics went through significant personnel changes over their early years as the group struggled to find a hit. 

The the Three Degrees, an act that, through more than 40 years and multiple lineups, has become one of the most internationally popular and long lasting Soul groups in history.  The vocal group was most well known for their hits “TSOP,” and “When Will I see You Again.”

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Monday, September 15


9:00am to 8:00pm

LATINOS IN HOLLYWOOD PHOTO EXHIBIT - Celebrating the accomplishments of Latinos in film and television throughout the history of Hollywood, famous Latinos both past and present will be highlighted in a special photo exhibition. Various locations throughout Los Angeles, such as LAX Terminal 4, where 90,000 daily passengers will experience the exhibit, along with the Los Angeles Library and others, with a final showing at “Bailamos L.A.” at The Greek Theater on October 18th.

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