The topic for our next discussion group is 'language.' It can be interpreted broadly! Please bring a piece of writing (creative or informational), music, art, a video clip or podcast episode to spark conversation. Email us at email@example.com if you'd like to participate!
11am-2pm in Echo Park
We host a discussion club every few weeks where we choose a thought-provoking subject to come together to share and discuss articles and other forms of writing about. This week's topic: Prisons. Please bring an article, poem, essay, piece of music or art, podcast episode or video to share. Theme can be interpreted broadly. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to participate!
Join us at The Cinefamily on Friday night after the inauguration to revel in the spirit of resistance! We will be DJing and hosting a poster making party to prepare for the LA Women's March on the back patio and inside the theater, they'll be screening rare 16mm protest footage from the 60s - 80s.
Cinefamily original Fight the Power mixtape
Be-In Dir. Jerry Abrams, 1967, 16mm, 7 min.
Evil of Dracula Dir. Martha Colburn, 1998, 16mm, 2 min.
The Resistance Dir. Leonard M. Henny, 1968, 16mm, 16 min.
Testing, testing, how do you do? Dir. Sheila Page, digital presentation, 4min.
The Campaign Dir. Tom Palazzolo, 1968, 16mm, 12 min.
Rat Life and Diet in North America Dir. Joyce Wieland, 1968, 16mm, 14 min.
Free with RSVP! First come, first served. Hope to see you there!
Honey Power and Girl Gang are teaming up to throw a night of festivities to benefit the NELA Homeless Shelter / Recycled Resources for the Homeless.
7:00 PM / $10 adv ($12 dos) / 21+
Kate Nash, Meatbodies, Kera and The Lesbians
DJ Sets by
Spencer Dunham (Allah-Las)
Shana Cleveland (La Luz)
Comedic Hosting by Whitmer Thomas (Power Violence)
Photobooth by Flytrap Records w Ryan Coyle (@ryanfromdreamland)
All of the funds we raise will go directly to the NELA winter shelter for the homeless based in Highland Park. It's a really special place that is meeting the needs of our community by providing a warm place for our less fortunate neighbors to sleep, hot meals and access to services. More info below!
Wacky Raffle Prizes !!
So Many Signed Hats from Mac DeMarco
Drum Lesson with Marian (La Luz) or Patty Schemel
Guitar from Bonnie (Death Valley Girls) or Staz (The Paranoyds)
Portrait Caricature by Will (Shannon & the Clams) or Shana (La Luz)
Woodblock Prints by Paige Emery
Collage Prints by Brandy Wayne
Custom Swimsuit by Jessica Owen
And From Cool, Local Businesses & People
Loads of concert tickets from Golden Voice
Sweet Mix of Things by Echo Park Records
Signed Goody from Austyn Gillette
3 Month Membership to Cinefamily
Chicken Boy Merch from Future Studios
Obscura Society Tickets from Atlas Obscura
Force Field PR
Gimme Gimme Records
Port of Sound
Leader of the Pack
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse
Tinfoil Liquor & Bakery
Greyhound Bar & Grilll
Highland Park Theater
The Juicy Leaf
The Doves by DNA
And NO KIDDING - There is MORE TBA!
Background on the North East LA Homeless Shelter
The North East LA Homeless Shelter operates out of the Highland Park All Saints Episcopal Church from December – March, during the coldest months of the year. During last year’s cold spell, the NELA Homeless Shelter was able to serve 170 people ranging from a family with a 6-month-old infant to a 76 year old senior citizen. It’s a really amazing volunteer run space that provides a hot meal every night, warm clothes, and a place for people to spend the night when it’s cold out. The Winter Shelter is run by Recycled Resources and provides access to social services for mental health and substance abuse, support groups, benefits establishments and provides assistance in securing longer-term housing. In addition, Recycled Resources conducts outreach to neighbors without shelter to deliver survival items such as tents, sleeping bags and warm clothing to meet the needs of our neighbors living outdoors.
For more information on Recycled Resources for the Homeless please visit:www.recycledresources.org/
Please join us as we raise money for the Oakland Fire Relief fund with live music by The Paranoyds, Feels and Girlpool. We mourn the lives lost and pray for all of the families and friends in pain. The DIY community must continue making music. We must continue dancing. And we must continue to gather in our own spaces. RSVP for more info by emailing us at email@example.com.
Stand with Standing Rock - join us to write letters against the Dakota Access Pipeline. We'll be at Non Plus Ultra on Saturday, December 3rd between 1-4pm. Materials and sample letters will be provided but if you want to bring extra supplies or stamps, feel free!
Honored to be a part of the Women's Center for Creative Work's dinner "Thank you for this community."
More info from the Hammer's website:
The Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW) acts as a hub in Los Angeles for the local network of feminist groups, facilitating interaction between feminists of all genders and the larger public through events and social engagement. The WCCW invites Hammer visitors to break bread in communion and friendship to examine ideas of locality, place making, and friendship in a convivial setting.
For the event WCCW Will invite 9 other community-driven projects and organizations to take part in creating and participating in the meal. Each of the entities will provide an aspect of the dinner and event, whether that is table coverings, music, centerpieces or the main course. We will spend two hours on the day of, setting up the meal together, and then sit down with each other at around 4 p.m., to discuss our individual communities and the layering of them to create a larger feminist and creative community in Los Angeles. RSVPs are now full. Please sign up for the waitlist.
Surprise! We're throwing a dreamy intimate show starting at sunrise. Bring a blanket to sit on & pack a picnic. Featuring music by Kyp Malone of TV on the Radio, Shana Cleveland of La Luz, Erin Durant, Okolona and Arlo & Aisling. Monday, October 17th 6:15pm. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're teaming up with Wayside gallery on a series of dinner and discussion nights called (a night of). We recently met and bonded over those special moments when you have a passionate convo about navigating life and making sense of the world. Topic for this one is based on whether or not education and career opportunities have affected your relationship with family & unpacking the tale of career success as a path to fulfillment.
Mayra Herredia and Mukta Mohan will be DJing the closing party of HEARTSREVOLUTION's artist exhibit. Her amazing sparkly ice cream truck will be there along with a GIANT teddy bear, a cotton candy cart and a video installation. It's free with RSVP here and will be at The Standard in West Hollywood. Soooo excited!!!!