Ayer Es Hoy (Yesterday Is Today) celebrates the richness of Latin American sounds of the past and present. Sotomayor, the electronic music project of a Mexico City–based sibling duo, blends Andean rhythms, Afro beat, and cumbia with avant-garde beats. South Los Angeles band Sin Color blends indie pop with bossa nova, cumbia, and disco. Chulita Vinyl Club returns to spin throughout the night.
Cash bar and food trucks.
Media sponsorship is provided by NYLON Español.
Latinas en voz alta: Ayer Es Hoy
Jueves 2 de noviembre a las 7:30 p.m.
Ayer Es Hoy celebra la riqueza de los sonidos latinoamericanos pasados y presentes. Sotomayor, el proyecto de música electrónica de un dúo de hermanos de la ciudad de México, mezcla ritmos andinos con compases africanos y cumbia con ritmos de vanguardia. La banda Sin Color, del sur de Los Ángeles, combina indie pop con bossa nova, cumbia y música disco. Chulita Vinyl Club volverá con sus propuestas a lo largo de la noche.
Habrá bebidas a la venta y food trucks (loncheras) todas las noches.
NYLON Español proporciona el patrocinio mediático.
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Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985 is organized by the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an initiative of the Getty with arts institutions across Southern California. The exhibition is guest curated by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Andrea Giunta with Marcela Guerrero former curatorial fellow, in collaboration with Connie Butler, chief curator, Hammer Museum.
Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 is made possible through lead grants from the Getty Foundation.
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