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mocastepandrepeat:

Photos from the first week of Step and Repeat at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, September 13, 2014:

From top: Vanessa Place; P. Morris; staged reading of Twelve by Ann Hirsch, with Hirsch, Eugene Kotlyarenko, Guthrie Lonergan, Jeff Baij, and Dasha Nekrasova; Jacolby Satterwhite in collaboration with Ashland Mines; audience for SFV Acid and the Valley Sound; Seth Bogart and Peggy Noland at Wacky Wacko pop-up store; Dynasty Handbag.

Photography (c) Joshua White/ JWPICTURES.com and Myles Pettengill.

Tickets now on sale for this Saturday’s edition.

(via mocatv)

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adventureswithin:

Historically, women have been harshly discriminated against in sports and, because of this, some sociologists view sports as a battleground for a wider power struggle between men and women. Sociologist Michael Messner calls it “contested ideological territory.” Messner’s theory is that as women gain more presence in the workplace, sports has become “a potentially powerful cultural arena for the perpetuation of the ideology of male superiority and dominance.” The Griffith REVIEW 40: Women & Power discusses the number of challenges women face trying to enter sport: “organised sport is a structure dominated by men and corporate interests, where physiological differences between men and women are highlighted, and where the media helps marginalize female athletes by describing them in terms of their physical desirability to men.” And at the root of this gender inequality is the question of what it means to be a woman and how you can legitimately use your body. Then you throw in a queer body and it adds even greater depth to this conflict.
Join me and pro street skateboarder Lacey Baker as we adventure within these topics of gender and sports, specifically within the world of skateboarding where it is only this year that the Kimberly Diamond Cup has added a Women’s Street event to their roster and where pro skaters have been known to make statements like “skateboarding is not for girls.”
Not only is Lacey revolutionizing the world of skateboarding, I also consider her to be one of the most powerful psychokinetic beings in the world! Following this hour of adventuring within skateboarding, gender, feminism, and psychokinetic powers will be an hour of music djing with Lacey!
Tune in to KCHUNG Radio 1630AM Chinatown and streaming live at kchungradio.org/stream.html on Sunday, September 21st, from 6-8 pm (PDT) for some psychic melding with a fellow super powered mutant revolutionary!
If you’d like to practice for The Song We Sing Together, go here.
http://eepurl.com/3DyCP

adventureswithin:

Historically, women have been harshly discriminated against in sports and, because of this, some sociologists view sports as a battleground for a wider power struggle between men and women. Sociologist Michael Messner calls it “contested ideological territory.” Messner’s theory is that as women gain more presence in the workplace, sports has become “a potentially powerful cultural arena for the perpetuation of the ideology of male superiority and dominance.” The Griffith REVIEW 40: Women & Power discusses the number of challenges women face trying to enter sport: “organised sport is a structure dominated by men and corporate interests, where physiological differences between men and women are highlighted, and where the media helps marginalize female athletes by describing them in terms of their physical desirability to men.” And at the root of this gender inequality is the question of what it means to be a woman and how you can legitimately use your body. Then you throw in a queer body and it adds even greater depth to this conflict.

Join me and pro street skateboarder Lacey Baker as we adventure within these topics of gender and sports, specifically within the world of skateboarding where it is only this year that the Kimberly Diamond Cup has added a Women’s Street event to their roster and where pro skaters have been known to make statements like “skateboarding is not for girls.”

Not only is Lacey revolutionizing the world of skateboarding, I also consider her to be one of the most powerful psychokinetic beings in the world! Following this hour of adventuring within skateboarding, gender, feminism, and psychokinetic powers will be an hour of music djing with Lacey!

Tune in to KCHUNG Radio 1630AM Chinatown and streaming live at kchungradio.org/stream.html on Sunday, September 21st, from 6-8 pm (PDT) for some psychic melding with a fellow super powered mutant revolutionary!

If you’d like to practice for The Song We Sing Together, go here.

http://eepurl.com/3DyCP

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sadtuesdays:

Davy Graham, Cry me a River, 1959

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thezenmafia:

thezenmafia:

danmonick:

Thursday Sept 18th. 3207 Glendale Blvd. 7-10 Group show! All the @fathersons_press artists in one room! @bryansheffield @chrissypiper @caramelbobby @bigbignews @zcrytuff @mikkimaus @azurite_blue @ibralikezebra and more!! @ambersterling @_pascale

u forgot @natewalton3

Huel, Gaper and Yung Ronald Reagan are in this shit 2night

thezenmafia:

thezenmafia:

danmonick:

Thursday Sept 18th. 3207 Glendale Blvd. 7-10 Group show!
All the @fathersons_press artists in one room! @bryansheffield @chrissypiper @caramelbobby @bigbignews @zcrytuff @mikkimaus @azurite_blue @ibralikezebra and more!! @ambersterling @_pascale

u forgot @natewalton3

Huel, Gaper and Yung Ronald Reagan are in this shit 2night

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