LA Freewaves offers viewers a collaborative book with 12 illustrators who developed images graphically inspired by interactive print media (comic book strips, storyboards, coloring books, connect the dots, fill in the blank) to explore the themes, scenes, and scenarios derived from the data results to our survey about masculinity.
Routledge Press is launching new book in December 2023 by Brettany Shannon, David C. Sloane, and Anne Bray
For those who work with seemingly intractable civic problems, this text reveals processes that communities and artists use to clarify, expose, and re-see their collective situations, making real progress once again imaginable.
“Dis…Miss Gender?” a new MIT Press book, offers a bold mix of photographs and short essays in which 85 artists, writers, and theorists investigate and celebrate, verbally and visually, the rapidly evolving world of gender.
Along a two-block stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, over 35 artists, performers, and collectives will turn the sidewalk into a stage for performance art, dance, music, comedy, and even karaoke. LINK
If we’re being honest, most of us who actually live in Los Angeles avoid Hollywood Boulevard at all costs. Unless there’s something going on there we absolutely have to do, we will be going nowhere near those throngs of tourists and unlicensed costumed characters, thank you very much. On the night of Saturday, Sept. 7, […]
article: Expanding Our Definitions of Feminism, Gender, and Intersectionality by Matt Stromberg, Hyperallergic, July 25, 2018 LINK
In this episode of the podcast, “How the Artworld Works,” Karen Atkinson and Megan Flanders sit down to interview the amazing Anne Bray and discuss artworld how-tos about public art. #LAFreewaves #NoogiesInTheArm #ChrisBurden #MFAempathy #SelfTeachingGroups #CatastropheOfStudentLoans #PublicArt #Metro #SideStreetProjects #LACE
The Zeidler Center, MKE<->LAX and Greater Together lead an initiative called “Designing Equity” to bring awareness to Milwaukee’s racial and economic inequality through public media campaigns, public art, creative placemaking, and facilitated public discussions.