Music: Chicano Batman

7:30 pm | Wed, October 18, 2017
Bing Theater
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Commissioned as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, acclaimed Los Angeles band Chicano Batman are writing new music inspired by work in the LACMA exhibition, Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz . The band’s mix of what Rolling Stone describes as “classic soul, cosmic consciousness, and righteous resistance” extends the tradition of experimental Chicano/a art practice that Almaraz helped pioneer.

LACMA | Bing Theater
Free; reservations required. Maximum two tickets per person.
Reservations for this event are no longer available in advance. A standby line will form at 7:00 pm outside of the Bing Theater on the day of this event. Guests in the standby line will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis, though unfortunately there is no guarantee of space being made available to guests in this line. For ticketing support contact
Note: The location for this program has changed from the BCAM building to the Bing Theater.
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Support for this program is provided through grants from the Getty Foundation.

This program is part of USC Annenberg’s Musical Interventions, a series of public events organized for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA by Josh Kun, historian of popular music and recently named a MacArthur Fellow.

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