Regina Silveira (Brazilian, b. 1939), Biscoito arte (Art cookie), 1976.

Radical Women Celebration

Please join us to celebrate the opening of Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985. Be among the first to see the exhibition during Saturday night’s party, with galleries open late, live music by Jungle Fire, and DJ sets by Chulita Vinyl Club.

Food trucks Sus Arepas and VCHOS sell delicious Latin American fare while Mom & Pop Shop, Sno con Amor, and the Flan King sell sweet treats. Cash bar all night, with a specialty cocktail by Yola Mezcal.

Audiences are invited to participate in the restaging of important works by the artists Martha Araújo, Mónica Mayer, and Regina Silveira. 

Want to join us for the Director’s Reception before the public celebration? Join as an Impact level member or above.


Celebración de Radical Women

Sábado 16 de septiembre de 8 a 11 p.m.

Todos quedan cordialmente invitados a celebrar el fin de semana de inauguración de Radical Women (Mujeres radicales). Sea uno de los primeros en ver la exposición durante la fiesta del sábado en la noche: las salas estarán abiertas hasta tarde y habrá comida, música en vivo de Jungle Fire y Chulita Vinyl Club, y un bar con bebidas a la venta durante la noche.

Jungle Fire

Jungle Fire's highly infectious and explosive sound draws inspiration from the groundbreaking rhythm sections behind James Brown, Fela Kuti, Ray Barretto and Irakere; a musical recipe consisting of West African and Afro-Caribbean styles layered with heavy break-beat funk, all spiced with a dose of uniquely Angeleno grit. Originally conceived as a one-off project back in 2011, JF quickly gained attention and thus proved its place among the thriving LA funk/soul scene by lighting up local clubs, venues and underground warehouse parties.

“Few bands live up to their name in the way Jungle Fire do; fusing Cumbia, Afrobeat and trad funk, each JF jam blazes the floor with real power” as described by Juno Records UK, best sums up the Jungle Fire live show. Serving up a healthy dose of originals and deep latin/afro funk covers all cooked up together in a live mixtape style set ensuring an energy that is nothing short of fire.

Since their inception Jungle Fire has played an impressive amount of club dates and festivals both domestic and abroad having shared the stage with Shuggi Otis, The Blackbyrds, Lee Fields, Charles Wright, The Budos Band and even performing for Los Angeles’ recent mayoral inauguration. Currently, JF has been supporting their first full-length record “Tropicoso” via the Los Angeles heavyweight Latin Alternative label Nacional. 


Location: Entire museum
Ticketing: RSVP for free on Eventbrite. 
Parking: Limited parking available the museum, $6 cash only. Additional event parking is available at 11020 Kinross Ave (UCLA Parking Lot 36) with a flat rate of $5 payable by credit card/cash at the Pay Station or pay by cell phone through the Park Mobile App. Enter Lot 36 from Kinross Avenue between Gayley and Veteran Avenues. The Hammer Museum is located one block east. We encourage visitors to consider biking, public transportation, or ride-sharing. 
Member Benefits: Hammer members (Senior-Immerse) enjoy priority entry and a free first drink. Become a member.
Accessible Seating for Guests with Disabilities: The Hammer Museum strives to provide accessible seating to our patrons needing specific accommodations and to ensure that wheelchair-accessible locations are reserved for guests who require such an accommodation. Please inquire about wheelchair accessible seating locations upon arrival and a Hammer Ambassador will assist you.