It’s possible for the committed enthusiast to see nearly every project in the Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, but this series of curated itineraries offers a sampling of festival projects tailored to specific interests.
If you like intimate projects, alternative venues or more experimental performances, don’t miss the following projects.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19
Liz Glynn, Black Box
830 Highland Ave. (Hollywood)
Opening night of Black Box, which will be THE place to meet, drink, talk, and enjoy exciting programming and surprise performances every night of the Festival. ForYourArt will be there at 10 with special giveaways so we look forward to seeing you there!
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21
Mural Remix Tour II
Fowler Museum (Westwood)
Cruise through history and journey through East Los Angeles during this tour highlighting the Chicano murals of the 1970s. This event is currently sold out, but you can still email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list.
MONDAY, JANUARY 23
Channa Horwitz, What Would Happen If?…
Annenberg Community Beach House (Santa Monica)
Horwitz revists her early performances from the 1960s. This event is free, but you must reserve your spot by e-mailing email@example.com with names of all attendees.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 24
Warren Neidich and Elena Bajo, Art in the Parking Space
The Standard (Hollywood)
Art in the Parking Space stages a series of performances between the white lines of a parking space at The Standard in West Hollywood.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27
Kaleidoscope of Pacific Standard Time
To honor California-native John Cage’s centenary and influence, K-PST’s thematic performance program, RE:COMPOSITION, considers how current compositional practices and tools enable artists from all disciplines to re-conceive or reconstitute aspects of their art production. The performance also takes place on Saturday, January 28. $15 general admission ($12 for Seniors and Students).
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28
Public symposium around the collaborative environment of performance, music, video, sound, art, and research projects happening at Human Resources throughout January.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 29
Vaginal Davis, My Pussy is Still in Los Angeles (I Only Live in Berlin)
Southwestern Law School, Tea Room (Koreatown)
Vaginal Davis’ new site specific piece My Pussy Is Still in Los Angeles (I Only Live in Berlin) is a Lesbian Separatist tea party loosely based on the fascinating Terry Wolverton tome Insurgent Muse: Life and Art at the Woman’s Building. Tickets are $50 and includes a hand made, numbered and signed artist’s book. To purchase, click here.