Curatorial Walkthrough: How Sweet The Sound "current exhibit" @ CAAM (free)

Event Details

Curatorial Walkthrough: How Sweet The Sound "current exhibit" @ CAAM (free)

Time: February 20, 2018 at 1pm to August 26, 2018 at 2pm
Location: The California African American Museum
Street: 600 State Drive
City/Town: Los Angeles' Expo Park
Website or Map: https://caamuseum.org/
Phone: General Information and Inquiries - 213.744.2084
Event Type: curatorial walkthrough, current exhibit, endorsed by eric reed
Organized By: (only) posted by Jo- Koo aka DojO- [In-Kind]
Latest Activity: Feb 20, 2018

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

Music in Los Angeles "Los Angeles represents!!!" - Eric Reed

February 8 - August 26, 2018

curated by: Tyree Boyd-Pates, history curator and program manager, CAAM; Dr. Daniel E. Walker, historian, USC's Center for Religion and Civic Culture

.

Curatorial Walkthrough  Fri., Feb. 16th 1-2PM

Tour How Sweet the Sound with CAAM history curator Tyree Boyd-Pates and historian Dr. Daniel E. Walker of USC’s Gospel Music Archive and discover how gospel music pioneers like James Cleveland, Andraé Crouch, Sallie Martin, and others brought gospel to Los Angeles and redefined the genre.

.

A choir sings for Civil Rights on the steps of City Hall, 1960's..

Photo courtesy In Our Own Image.

.

Eventbrite: REGISTER (free) 

Comment Wall

Comment

RSVP for Curatorial Walkthrough: How Sweet The Sound "current exhibit" @ CAAM (free) to add comments!

Join University Park Family

Attending (1)

University Park Family is the news and social network for the neighborhoods around USC and Expo Park. Stay informed. Join now!

       • Got news you think everyone should know? Blog it.

• Have a show or attending a benefit? Put it on the calendar.
• Got video of the big game? Embed it.
• Photos of your business or the school play? Upload them.

Latest Activity

Jo- Koo of DojO- posted blog posts
yesterday
Mistah Wilson posted a blog post
Saturday
Jo- Koo of DojO- commented on Jo- Koo of DojO-'s blog post YVETTE DEVEREAUX "Remembering Women in Jazz, Blues, R&B and Pop!" @ The 'new' World STAGE · Fri., Mar. 15th, 9PM and 10:30PM ~ *updatez*
"losangeles.jazznearyou.com:  LOCAL CALENDAR - Upcoming MAR15Fri YVETTE DEVEREAUX "Women's Her♀story Month" • DwighTrible Presents The World Stage(Winter Jazz Concert Series +)Los Angeles' Leimert Park,…"
Friday
Jo- Koo of DojO- updated an event
Thumbnail

The 'new' World STAGE 2019 "Winter into Spring Jazz Concert Series +" *updatez* ~ at The World Stage

March 4, 2019 at 9pm to April 30, 2019 at 11:30pm
FYI:  *updatez* (see below). Feb 22 Fri - Father Amde (Watts Prophets) 9pm $20 [CANCELLED] Feb 23 Sat - Anthony Wilson 9pm $20Mar 2 Sat - Maia 9pm (…See More
Mar 11
Mistah Wilson promoted Mistah Wilson's blog post thawilsonblock magazine issue92
Mar 11
Mistah Wilson posted a blog post
Mar 11
Jo- Koo of DojO- posted a blog post

YVETTE DEVEREAUX "Remembering Women in Jazz, Blues, R&B and Pop!" @ The 'new' World STAGE · Fri., Mar. 15th, 9PM and 10:30PM ~ *updatez*

"Womans' History Month" "Winter into Spring Jazz Concert Series +" -  photo by Chuck Koton Yvette Mashun Devereaux, Ph.D., composer, conductor, educator - violin "Several years ago at the Central Ave. Jazz…See More
Mar 10
Lucy Pollak posted an event

The Mother of Henry at Los Angeles Theatre Center

March 15, 2019 at 8pm to April 14, 2019 at 4pm
In the working class melting pot that was Boyle Heights in the 1960s, five diverse employees in the return department at Sears form a tight bond as they cope with upheaval in their personal lives, their community and the rapidly changing world around them. Connie, a Latinx single working class mother, realizes her agency and discovers her true identity when the anxieties of war, civil unrest and political assassinations plaguing the country tragically affect her own life. Infused with period…See More
Mar 9

Members

© 2019   Created by University Park Family.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service