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Korean Bojagi

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Artist Youngmin Lee discusses the history of bojagi in Korea. Learn more about LACMA's Korean Bojagi Community Project and Bojagi Textile Workshops.

For too long, Los Angeles hip hop has been seen as one dimensional 'gangsta rap.' With this new series, we're giving our city's hip hop artists an amazing platform to show not only our community, but the world, that we have so much more to offer.
– Murs

Through the Mic is a new concert series at LACMA that explores contemporary Los Angeles hip hop, with an emphasis on the diversity of L.A.-based artists. Co-curated by LACMA and hip hop artist Murs, concerts will take place in front of artist Chris Burden's iconic Urban Light sculpture on the third Thursday of every month, May through October 2012.

 


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For more than 30 years, Evenings for Educators has been bringing K-12 teachers to LACMA for an opportunity to look, learn, create and connect with colleagues.


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The Maya Mobile, part of LACMA's education and community outreach programs, visits middle schools in the Los Angeles area.


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From the Muse Costume Ball Saturday, October 29, 2011, Dead Man’s Ball.


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A film about Simon Rodia and Watts Towers, 1957. Directed by William Hale. Produced by Rembrandt Films, William Hale and Antonio M. Vallano. Remastered 2010 by Over the Moon Productions.


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LACMA hosted a free community weekend to celebrate the opening of the new exhibition pavilion in October, 2010.


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