Friday at ALAC

January 26, 2018

Friday's events comprise a conversation with the Desert X team and Trenton Doyle Hancock in conversation with CAAM Deputy Director Naima J. Keith

Friday’s events at ALAC comprise artist talks and panels featuring local curators and institutional directors from the Californian African American Museum and Desert X.

At 11:30am, Desert X artistic director Neville Wakefield joins co-curators Amanda Hunt of MOCA Los Angeles and Matthew Schum to discuss the inaugural edition of the regional biennial as well as the upcoming second edition in 2019.

At 3pm, Houston-based artist Trenton Doyle Hancock joins in conversation with Naima J. Keith, Deputy Director of the Californian African American Museum in Exposition Park, to discuss his practice and upcoming projects. Later that evening, the ALAC Music Series at Zebulon presents a headlining performance by the seminal Los Angeles hip-hop group Freestyle Fellowship.

Both events are hosted in the ALAC Theatre in the back tent.

Please visit here to purchase tickets.

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