Check out programming offered by members and friends of Common Field’s Los Angeles network.
Sustainable Little Tokyo Historical Tour - 11 AM (Tour takes 90 minutes)
LOCATION: Meet at the JACCC Plaza - 244 S San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Little Tokyo is a 133-year old neighborhood, the second oldest in LA, and 1 of 3 remaining historic Japantowns in the nation. Walk with us as we discuss our perseverance through three waves of displacement and the community's ongoing work for self-determination and placekeeping. And have a manju treat at the oldest business in Little Tokyo! Welcome to Little Tokyo; please take off your shoes. Except don't actually, because we're walking.
Tour takes place through Central Little Tokyo from the JACCC Plaza to the Japanese American Nation Museum (100 N Central Ave).
NowSpace and Gas / 12-5pm
LOCATION: 5390 Alhambra Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90032
NowSpace is an artist run project space, experimental performance venue, and art residency located inside a 3,500 sq ft. industrial warehouse in Northeast Los Angeles. We are pleased to present Emily Marchand and Lena Wolek, our current artists in residence, who will be presenting sculpture and installation created through the duration of their month-long collaborative residency. Their culmination of work is an exploration of materials and labor amidst current political and social climates.
Please join us for a special walkthrough of the show and discussion with the artists at 1:30pm on Sunday, November 5th. Open hours for the exhibition will run from 12-5pm.
Gas, a mobile, autonomous, experimental and networked platform for contemporary art located in a truck gallery and online, will be parked outside of NowSpace. Gas will present the current exhibit "Fuck the Patriarchy" which looks at hope and refusal in the Trump era. Artists include: Jibz Cameron, Paul Chan and Badlands Unlimited, Gallery Y2K, Angélica Maria Millán Lozano, Roy Martinez, Seth Price, Ana Roldán, Lauren Satlowski, Cristina Victor, YERBAMALA COLLECTIVE
Incendiary Traces / 2-5PM
This event will be held at: Los Angeles Contemporary Archive (LACA)
709 N Hill Street
Suite 104-8 (upstairs)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Incendiary Traces invites Convening attendees to draw in the virtual battlespace of Arma 3. Developed with funding from the US Military as a Game for Training, Arma 3 is an open world military simulation game sited on the fictional island Atlis, based on the real-life Greek island of Lemnos. In 2012, two Army 3 developers were arrested on Lemnos by Greek authorities and charged with espionage. Through on-site drawing events, research and publication, Incendiary Traces collectively explores the role of landscape imagery - and the power of the gaze - in international conflict.