The Library Foundation of Los Angeles in conjunction with the Los Angeles Public Library will present Visualizing Language: Oaxaca in L.A. an exhibition and programming series as part of the Getty's PST: LA/LA initiative September 16, 2017 through January 31, 2018 at the Downtown Central Library. Visualizing Language celebrates the rich social fabric of Los Angeles through the lens of the city’s vibrant Oaxacan community. Experience the new murals commissioned for Central Library by Oaxacan artist collective Tlacolulokos.
The opening of the exhibition kicks off with a performance and music from Grupo Folklórico Guish Bac, Banda Grandeza Oaxaqueña, a silk screening workshop with exhibition artists Tlacolulokos, and special exhibition tours.
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