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People’s Art History of the US book tour: California

March 14, 2014

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Heading to California in a few days for book tour and to re-connect with old friends and to meet new ones. The art and activism conversation will take place in activist spaces, archives, bookfairs, museums, and boxcars. Join us! Info on the book can be found here. Info on the tour, here.

Sunday, March 16, 6pm, Los Angeles, CA
The Public School, 951 Chung King Road LA CA 90012, event hosted by the Llano Del Rio Collective
6:00pm-7:00pm open discussion: mapping A People’s Art History of Los Angeles (project initiated by Robby Herbst)
7:00-8:30: book talk/open discussion on art and activism by Nicolas Lampert
http://ldrg.wordpress.com/2014/02/23/a-peoples-art-history-of-los-angeles-with-nicholas-lampert-316/

Monday, March 17th, 7:30 pm, Los Angeles, CA
Center for the Study of Political Graphics,3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 103, Culver City, CA

Saturday, March 22nd, 4:30-6:00, Oakland, CA
Presenting on the panel City-wide Activist Art: mud stencils, light brigades, street signs, and other creative disruptions with Melanie Cervantes, Nicolas Lampert, David Solnit, and Emory Douglas at the Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair. Taking place at The Crucible, 1260 7th St. Oakland, CA (near the West Oakland BART)

Monday, March 24th, 6:00, Weed, CA
Black Butte Center for Railroad Culture, Weed, CA
Radical art talk on the IWW, 3 bands, and a Justseeds art show in a boxcar gallery! Performances by Kurly Something, Unexamine, Kakeriak

Wednesday, March 26th, early evening time tba, Los Angeles, CA
William Grant Still Arts Center, 2520 S. Westview St., Los Angeles, CA

http://peoplesarthistoryus.org/