Programming Highlights and Launch of ALAC Music Series

January 19, 2018

Participants include Carmina Escobar, Naima J. Keith and Neville Wakefield, alongside the launch of the ALAC Music Series at Zebulon

Art Los Angeles Contemporary is very pleased to present a comprehensive programming series that underscores the fair’s relationship to Los Angeles and its diverse cultural community through concerts, performances, talks and unique outreach activities throughout the ninth edition.

Participants for the 2018 edition span artists, curators, institutional figures and writers that include Carmina Escobar, Ben Fain, Amanda Hunt, Naima J. Keith, Jesse Fleming, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Matthew Schum, Keith J. Varadi and Neville Wakefield. In addition to on-site programming at the ALAC Theatre, the organic juice bar Tropics will be presenting a skate ramp installation at the front entrance to the fair where professional skaters will perform, showcasing their links to community, youth and integration of community outreach. More information on events at ALAC may be found here.

Beyond these events, the fair is additionally pleased to announce the debut of the ALAC Music Series, which includes a headlining performance by the seminal hip-hop group Freestyle Fellowship on Friday evening at Zebulon in Los Angeles’ Frogtown neighborhood.

Please find more information here for ticketing for Friday’s performance of Freestyle Fellowship at Zebulon.

Carmina Escobar, photo by Scott Cazan

Freestyle Fellowship

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