LA
Pop Up

3333 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026

Hosted in collaboration
with the Women’s March

July 15-August 4

Exploring intersectional activism and how women are leading the creative resistance. Panel discussions, open studio, free art, live music + more.

Featuring artwork from 100+ U.S.-based artists including: Jess X Snow, Jessica Sabogal, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Molly Crabapple, Lexx Valdez, Ashley Lukashevsky, Arlene Mejorado, Delphine Diallo, Kate Deciccio, Ann Lewis, Celeste Byers, Jackie Fawn, Ernesto Yerena, Shepard Fairey, Josh MacPhee, Hank Willis Thomas, Chip Thomas, Gregg Deal, Peter Pa, Victoria Garcia, Trap Bob World, Liza Donovan and more.

▾ EVENTS ▾

Saturday JULY 15tH
7pm-9pm

Amplify Your Voice

Learn songs of resistance from activists and protest song-leaders The Americans, Len Chandler, Left Coast Lineup and Peter Alsop. Join Artivists into Action in the Amplifier Pop-Up Studio for this power of song workshop to fuel your next action.

Sunday JULY 16TH
12pm-4pm

Open Studio

Drop by Amplifier’s Los Angeles Pop-Up Studio to snag free art, share your American identity story, and explore the art of resistance from over 100 U.S.-based artists.

Tuesday July 18th
7pm-9pm

Artivists into
Action

Join Artivists Into Action at the Amplifier Pop-Up studio to take part in the building of a cultural task force. Share what inspires your work, renew your commitment to activism through the arts, and team up with other creatives to collaborate on projects.

Tuesday July 25th
7pm-9pm

Unbroken By Bars
Panel Discussion

The United States incarcerates one-third of the world’s female prisoners, with more than 111,000 women locked behind bars in state and federal prisons all across the country.

The vast majority of these women are mothers and every year, 2,000 women give birth while incarcerated. Unbroken By Bars is a public art and storytelling project that highlights the resiliency of incarcerated women by bringing visual depictions of motherly love from behind the bars and into public space.

The collaboration shines light on the ways prisons violate women’s rights and helps us all envision a world free from mass incarceration.

Hosted by #cut50 & Amplifier in collaboration with Race and Revolution & Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC).

Friday July 28th
7:30pm-9:30pm

Youth Poet Laureate
Celebration

Join Amplifier and artist collaborator Lexx Valdez for the unveiling of a new art series based on the 2017 U.S. Youth Poet Laureates. Live poetry and an interactive exhibit will transport you around the country to hear excerpts from each of the five regional youth laureates along with original art by Valdez. Special performances by 2017 Los Angeles Youth Poet Laureate, Mila Eve Cuda, and National Youth Poet Laureate, Amanda Gorman.

Sunday July 30th
12PM-4pm

Open Studio

Drop by Amplifier’s Los Angeles Pop-Up Studio to snag free art, share your American identity story, and explore the art of resistance from over 100 U.S.-based artists.

Monday July 31st
7PM-9PM

The New
Feminist Agenda:
Where the
Women’s March
Goes From Here

When 4 million people took to the streets on January 21, 2017 for the Women’s March, it not only marked the largest protest in U.S. history, but also the largest intersection of individuals who believe in women’s rights. Join Amplifier and the Women’s March to explore the evolution of the feminist movement, barriers to progress, and the role that art plays in bridging divides and building understanding.

Thursday August 3rd
12PM-4pm

Open Studio

Drop by Amplifier’s Los Angeles Pop-Up Studio to snag free art, share your American identity story, and explore the art of resistance from over 100 U.S.-based artists.

Saturday August 5th
12PM-4pm

Open Studio

Drop by Amplifier’s Los Angeles Pop-Up Studio to snag free art, share your American identity story, and explore the art of resistance from over 100 U.S.-based artists.

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