Save the Date: Green Galactic is thrilled to present pole, John Tejada, and Plaid at our 20 Year Anniversary Celebration as part of Grand Performances summer concert series at California Plaza in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, June 30, 2013 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Dive into a pool of richly hued sights and sounds as innovative arts and culture promoter Green Galactic celebrates 20 years in business with live-sets by three of the world’s most respected electronic music artists. The evening features the dubby complex rhythms of Berlin-based pole, visceral experimental soundscapes by Plaid from the UK, and the melodic handcrafted techno of LA’s own John Tejada. Read the rest of this entry »
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On Sunday, October 2, 2011, the historic Broadway Theater District in Downtown Los Angeles will erupt with Trespass, a parade where artists and residents will rally together to engage in art, music, dancing, floats, community activism, and performance. The parade is just one component of Trespass – a collaborative project between Arto Lindsay, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and West of Rome Public Art (WoR) that also includes a party and a T-shirt project with call-to-action slogans. As part of Trespass, many Los Angeles art luminaries, including John Baldessari, Barbara Kruger, Nancy Rubins, and Jeffrey Vallance, were asked to produce statements – personal calls to action expressing political or social concerns – which will be worn on T-shirts at the October 2nd parade. Many of the participating artists will also join in with performative pieces. Trespass continues into Monday evening, October 3rd with Trespassparty, a blowout celebration at Union Station (800 North Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012) featuring interactive and musical performances by progressive artists to benefit nonprofit West of Rome.
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