Grand Park, powered by the Music Center, is introducing “Grand Park’s Celebration Spectrum” and joining forces with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health as a participating member of Art Rise 2021, a part of the We Rise initiative that encourages wellbeing and healing through art.
To create “Grand Park’s Celebration Spectrum,” Grand Park is partnering with dublab, in collaboration with artist Tanya Aguiñiga and curator Mark “Frosty” McNeill, for a month-long audio-visual exhibition that showcases the work of more than 34 local artists, fusing art, music and cultural identity experiences. The art installations will take place on the grounds of a 12-acre urban oasis, as well as digital programming accessible via werise.la/grandpark.
“Grand Park’s Celebration Spectrum,” a TMC Arts program, will transform the outdoor expanse of Grand Park into a deconstructed party, unfolding in a progression of public art and soundscape installations that represent the arc of an epic party. Responding to the hurt and heightened anxieties associated with the pandemic, “Grand Park’s Celebration Spectrum” offers the communities in Los Angeles the opportunity to heal and re-emerge thanks to the transformative power of the arts.
For information and the full list of programming, visit musiccenter.org.
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