Frohawk Two Feathers is an artist, historian, myth-maker and codifier. As his unusual moniker suggests, Frohawk is not your average storyteller. His i...
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This Sunday is the second summer session of Eating Our Words, a reading series which features literary and culinary artists sharing words and food.
Hadley Holliday's works are heavy on the eyes, yet the borders and lines are crafted with youthful indulgence. While her new series at Taylor De Cordo...
Born Umar Rashid in Chicago in 1976, he one day began looking into his own heritage and was disappointed at the meager information he uncovered. So, he started inventing his own ancestry.
MOCA presents the artist-run radio project Neighborhood Public Radio (NPR) as the spring 2011 collective for the ongoing Engagement Party series of events.
WHO: Frohawk Two Feathers
WHAT: Crocodile Company Part I. La Guerre Des Machettes Danseuses (The War of The Dancing Machetes)
WHEN: February 19 ...
Heather Taylor and Gabrielle Calvocoressi's recently launched art, literature and food event, "Eating Our Words," serves up a veritable trifecta of culture to the sprawling city.
WHO: Melissa Manfull
WHAT: Pattern Constraints
WHEN: September 18 - October 23, 2010
WHERE: Taylor De Cordoba
2660 S. La Cienega Blvd
Imagine if you went to a museum, and all the people in the paintings were alive and interactive. That's exactly what happened Monday and it was fascinating.
Each Week, ForYourArt highlights select cultural offerings throughout the week ahead to help you Plan ForYourArt, from post-feminist Mary Kelly to artist Mark Grotjahn.
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