March 17 –
May 14, 2017
CCA's Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice Class of 2017 has organized a series of events as part of their exhibition Black Light.

March 16: Opening Reception
6:30–8:30 pm
Poets Aleah Bradshaw, Ciera-Jevae Gordon, Ngozi Oparah, and DeShara Suggs-Joe, and artists Kiyan Williams and Indira Allegra enact a series of site-specific performances.

March 30: A Conversation
6–7 pm
Dale Brockman Davis and Duane Deterville on the overlapping histories of black artist-run spaces in Los Angeles and Oakland since the 1960s.

April 14: A Panel
6:30–7:30 pm
Jacqueline Francis and Robyn Hillman-Harrigan will explore the fraught relationship between space and power.

April 21: An Artist Talk
6–7 pm
In a talk titled Black Joy is Unstoppable, Marc Bamuthi Joseph discusses his artistic practice in relation to organizations he's helped create, including Life is Living.

April 27: A Screening
6:30–8:30 pm
Activating the gallery as a place for reflection and remembrance, artist Karon Davis and The Underground Museum of Los Angeles present a screening of the 4-channel film Untitled, In Progress. A Documentary of Noah Davis by Kahlil Joseph. The 22-minute film will be shown in its entirety twice during the evening: once at 6:30pm and again at 7:30pm.

May 6: A Performative Lecture and Workshop
6–7:30 pm
Rasheedah Phillips will use Afrofuturism as a lens for exploring how one can time travel using everyday ​​tools such as memory, imagination, language, or crystals.

More events coming soon.