Rodriguez, Levy, and Antonioli
Follow graphic artist Favianna Rodriguez to a Day Laborer's Conference to create dialogue around her work.
Check out a piece by choreographer Benjamin Levy based on the veiled past of his Iranian-Jewish parents.
Listen to Laurie Antonioli at the Jazz School as she teaches and talks about her travels, both in music and life.
Explore the confluence of Mexican and U.S. culture in the work of Julio Cesar Morales at the Galería de la Raza.
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Visit with choreographer Benjamin Levy as he prepares his young dance company for a premiere.
Meet graphic artist Favianna Rodriguez who is voicing her opinions through posters.
Hear the U.S. debut of music that vocalist and lyricist Laurie Antonioli brought back with her from Europe.
Discover what conceptual artist Julio Cesar Morales has in common with David Bowie and George Orwell.
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