Thu, July 13, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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Free but advance registration required


We’re six months in…
How has your work changed since January 20, 2017?

After work, unwind and get inspired!

The LA County Arts Commission invites you to join your fellow artists, arts administrators, and arts advocates for an informal evening of experiences and ideas. Hear four different creative minds –artist, curator, educator, and social justice hacker – reflect on what’s been inspiring them, fueling them, and keeping them up at night.

Featuring pecha kuchas* by:

CAMILO CRUZ, Director of the Community Justice Initiative (CJI) within the Los Angeles City Attorney’s

RAVEN HARDISON, is an architect, urbanist, activist, food security activist and founding member of FoodOasis.LA

LINDA KOMAROFF,curator of Islamic art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

ALYESHA WISE, teaching artist, published poet, and TEDx speaker.


* Pecha kucha WHAA?? We got you. A pecha kucha is basically the antithesis of the boring Power Point lecture. It’s short, snappy, and fabulous. Learn more here.