culture | Los Angeles Public Library
Print this page

culture

Pages

3 pictures of Nguyen Tran
Wendy Westgate, July 06, 2018

Meet Nguyen Tran - the unlikely banana suit-wearing, Virginia born, culturally confused Vietnamese-American son of Vietnam War refugees who settled in Dallas, TX. There, he worked at a dot.com before the first internet bubble burst.


artwork from Gass Gallery of small plastic rectangles
Angi Brzycki, June 29, 2018

Gas is a mobile, experimental, and online platform for contemporary art located in a truck gallery parked around Los Angeles.


Luis Antonio Pichardo
Catherine Sturgeon, May 14, 2018

DSTL Arts is a nonprofit arts mentorship organization based in Los Angeles that “inspires, teaches, and hires emerging artists from underserved communities.” The acronym in DSTL Arts stands for Develop Skills and Transcend Limits through the Arts.


Sandy Koufax at the pitch
Mary McCoy, May 01, 2018

If you're an Angeleno with even a casual interest in the Dodgers, you've probably heard of veteran baseball writer Jon Weisman.


Photo of Bill Kovach
Jane Dobija, April 18, 2018

Our democracy holds us, its citizens, responsible for knowing what the issues are, and how we intend to vote on them. Journalists, for their part, are responsible for providing us with the information we need to understand the issues and our choices.


Oil painting of the Brontë Sisters
Tina Lerno, April 10, 2018

The Brontë sisters are some of the most famous siblings in literature.


album artwork for Janiva Magness and her photo
Tina Lerno, February 21, 2018

We are so lucky to kick off our third season of LA Made performances at Central Library this Sunday February 25 with the incomparable Blues Singer, Janiva Magness


group photo of various artists and musicians and LA Made logo
Tina Lerno, January 18, 2018

Get ready, we're preparing to launch Season 3 of the LA Made cultural programming series on February 1, 2018!


lots of ugly sweaters
Tina Lerno, December 06, 2017

It’s December, which means it's ugly sweater weather!


Red ribbon and text that reads World AIDS Day
Rudy Ruiz, December 01, 2017

December 1st is World AIDS Day. Today is dedicated to raising awareness of HIV and AIDS, to support those living with HIV or AIDS and to commemorate those who have died.


Pages

Top