This one-hour program presents the moving image of international artists Pilvi Takala and Ahmet Öğüt. The onsite event will be followed by a discussion with audience members, the artists and LA>Matthew Schum. Our retrospective look will feature the following works by each artist: Pilvi Takala Trainee The Real Snow White Players http://www.pilvitakala.com/
Ahmet Öğüt Oscar William Sam Somebody Els...
Learn how to databend and datamosh images and video, to compress and re-compress, animate, break, re-animate, and turn conventional image processing inside out.
In this crash course on Glitch Art we will cover a wide variety of extended techniques for software based image and video file processing. Glitch Art, the art of artifacts, zeros in on the remains of the broken scaffolding circumscribing...
OTIS Ben Maltz Gallery
Otis College of Art and Design, Bronya and Andy Galef Center for Fine Arts, 9045 Lincoln Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
added almost 2 years ago
Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian
6712 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
added over 1 year ago
With Mike Kuchar, Free Form Film Festival Curator Ryan Wylie, and Video Data Bank Collection Manager Tom Colley in person!
Note the change in day!
Filmforum pays tribute to the late great George Kuchar with an evening of his video work. While his decades of films are most often screened, George played and made remarkable works on video for many years, most notably his Weather Diary series, but a...
Renaissance patrons assiduously collected gems and jewels for a number of reasons: they symbolized power, wealth, and connected their owners to Greek and Roman antiquity. Yet, perhaps one of the most important reason for collecting gems and jewels was the belief that they held occult and healing magical virtues: Lorenzo de Medici, Pope Leo X, Pope Clement VII, King Philip II, to name a few, were al...
LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
added almost 2 years ago
In the 1920s, many people in Mexico embraced their indigenous roots in an era of cultural revolution. The visual and performing arts and the archaeological discoveries of the period inspired silver designers to produce jewelry and objects that were emblematic of a new Mexico. Dr. Penny Morrill, professor of art history, discusses how each of these handwrought silver objects has an intriguing stor...