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Nicole Rademacher
Aug
1
to Sep 2

Nicole Rademacher

Origin Stories

18th Street Arts Center proudly presents an evolving exhibition in conjunction with a series of storytelling workshops by LA-based artist Nicole Rademacher and invited guests in our Atrium Gallery. Originally designed to empower adopted and fostered people to create and record their unique histories, the workshops are being opened up to artists, particularly artists who feel marginalized. These are part of a larger series that Rademacher has done nationally. The first workshop at 18th Street will inaugurate the exhibition. It will take place on Wednesday, July 12 at 1pm during our community potluck.

Image credit: Nicole Rademacher, Documentation of Origin Stories Workshop w/ University of Northern Iowa students, 2017, courtesy of the artist.

Workshops will take place on August 6, 3-5pm & August 26, 7-10pm

Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: nicrrad

http://nicolerademacher.com/

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3307 W Washington Blvd
Aug
1
to Aug 31

3307 W Washington Blvd

  • 3307 West Washington Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90018 United States (map)
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Katz's Deli Residency: Bed & Breakfast

 

August 27, 12-5pm: Closing event, the Katz's Deli Brunch (a public conversation and meal)

Bed & Breakfast (Jacqueline Falcone and Daniel Arismendys Taveras Hernandez) is the current resident at Katz's Deli, a critical salon and experimental exhibition platform hosted by Amanda Katz at 3307 W Washington Blvd. Exploring connections between art and hospitality, Bed & Breakfast has been organizing exhibitions and public programs within its founders’ bedroom for the past 5 years. For this residency, B&B has constructed a bedroom within the 3307 space and curated an exhibition with works from its permanent collection. The exhibition will be activated through spontaneous public programming (sleepovers, pancake breakfasts, etc.) announced via social media throughout the month of August. The residency culminates in the Katz's Deli Brunch to discuss the aesthetics and politics of hosting as an embodied exhibition practice.

Photo: Bridget Batch

Instagram: @amkatz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3307WWashingtonBlvd/

 

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