Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA: Events For The Feminist In You

The art and cultural collaboration Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is offering so much to see in the next four months, that it's almost impossible to do it all. Here are some events that empower Latinas.

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1. Latinas Out Loud: ¡Pa’rriba!

Show your resistance and your woman empowerment by grooving to eclectic beats brought to you by some dope musical chicas!

Friday, September 22, 2017 at 7:30pm, Free admission.

Latinas Out Loud: ¡Pa’rriba! 

 

2. How Do Latinas Experience Hollywood?

If you ever thought about working in Hollywood or it was just something too far out of your reach, this public symposium is a must-see for you. Hear from Latinas in the industry, ranging from publicist and producer to actors and directors, and what their experience has been in Hollywood. Learn about their aspirations, challenges, and perspective on this seemingly untouchable industry.  It will be both inspiring and informative.  

Saturday, September 23, 2017, at 7 pm Free Admission and Livestream here:

How Do Latinas Experience Hollywood?

3. Escenas Latinas: Changing the Narrative

Join in on the conversation with writers from Jane The Virgin and East Los High on why it’s important to see women of color on the screen.

Sunday, November 5, 2017, at 3 pm or Watch on Livestream here:

Escenas Latinas: Changing the Narrative

4. Talleres: Experimental Women Filmmakers from Latin America

Meet and hear from some inspiring female filmmakers who successfully navigated their way through the male-dominated Latin American film industry.

Thursday, November 30th at 7:30 pm, Free.

Talleres: Experimental Women Filmmakers from Latin America 

5. Art Without Walls: Make Space for Rad Women

For all the mamis raising fearless women, this is an event to continue your mission. Take your little mini to this event that allows you to create art while listening to some storytelling. Saturday, November 11, 2017, from 2-4pm and Sunday, November 12, 2017, from 11-1pm.

Art Without Walls: Make Space for Rad Women