The Library Foundation of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Public Library present Visualizing Language: Oaxaca in L.A., an exhibition and programming series at the Downtown Central Library and participating neighborhood libraries throughout the city, as part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative.
Visualizing Language celebrates the rich social fabric of Los Angeles through the lens of the city’s vibrant Oaxacan community — specifically, the Zapotec communities which make up one of the largest Indigenous groups in Mexico and Los Angeles. Oaxacan artist collective Tlacolulokos has created a series of new murals for the Central Library’s historic rotunda that explore language and culture as a key lifeline sustaining the shared experience between Mexico, Los Angeles, and beyond, with a look at how migration and the socio-political environment shape identity and cultural traditions.
Join us on Sunday, August 26th from 1pm-5pm to say a final goodbye to the “Visualizing Language: Oaxaca in LA” murals. Our open house closing celebration will include docent tours, family crafts, giveaways, and more:
|Sun, August 26||1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
Tours this day will be offered at:
|Spanish:||1 pm; 3 pm|
|English:||2 pm; 4 pm|