Due to popular demand World’s Worst Words is back!

Slanguage Presents!

World’s Worst Words II [WWWII] a night of redefining, engaging and breaking down language through spoken word, music and performance featuring guest artists from some of Los Angeles’ most dynamic and creative organizations including; Deondri Ruff _ Homeboy Industries, Jael Williams _ Homeland Cultural Center, Jumakae _ Duende and One Imagination, Rolando Riggio _ 826LA, Venessa Marco _ Da Poetry Lounge,  Jessica Cornejo _ Heart and Soul and Inner-City Arts,  Shonowa Villalobos _ Ell@s,  Milan Bond _ Downbeat720, and DJ Emilio Venegas Jr. _ Wilmington Enrichment Community Artist Network (WECAN).

 

Curated by Slanguage, with production support by Mario Davila of LAartlab, WWWII is part of a 10-year history of Slanguage events supporting creative collaborations.

FRI | JULY 20 | 7–10PM

7:00 – 8:00           DJ Set

8:00 – 9:00           Spoken Word

9:00 – 10:00         Performance and Music

 

Some of the featured Artists:


Location:LA> <2640 S. La Cienega Los Angeles, CA 90034

For more information visit Made In LA, Facebook event page with bio’s on the artists

Description and artist photos courtesy of Mario Davila

 

Hope to see you all there!

DJ

Laced Soles is an exhibition of custom sneakers bringing for the first time artists from Wilmington, San Pedro, Torrance and Long Beach. This  exhibition hinges on the idea of lacing one’s shoe and lacing together a community: the visual arts with the general public. By combining both academic and self-taught artists, we have created a united identity through this exhibition that not only questions, but also reflects.  These artists have teamed up with Harbortown Barbershop and Loded — a local custom sneaker shop — to bring a level of extraordinary to the everyday. Utilizing new and vintage sneakers, Los Angeles, Carson, Wilmington, Long Beach, and San Pedro-based artists celebrate the fringes of popular culture through an examination of shoe design ranging from the poetic, pin-stripping bird images of artist Daddy Fonz to the mythical folklore and graffiti-derived images of Autoes’ Reggie the Alligator shoes to the environmentally conscious design by Chris Reynolds’ in his Avocado sneakers.

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