Performance: Mecca Vazie Andrews: Title X V. 1

Sunday, July 16, 2017
4–6pm
Free

Mecca Vazie Andrews, Artistic Director of the MOVEMENT movement, activates Beta Main’s gallery space through dance and multimedia performance. Responding to the artworks currently on view, Star Montana: I Dream of Los Angeles as well as Alice Konitz’s Circle Chairs and Triangle Chairs, Andrews engenders a conversation between both that explores migration and connectivity in a new cultural age.

Seating is on a first come, first served basis.
RSVP here.

Photo by Scott Sporleder; courtesy of Mecca Vazie Andrews

Photo by Scott Sporleder; courtesy of Mecca Vazie Andrews

About Mecca Vazie Andrews
Mecca Vazie Andrews is an artist, dancer, choreographer, and educator. She has choreographed and performed for film, theater, and music videos, creating work for The Joffrey Ballet School, LA Contemporary Dance Company, Daft Punk, Toro y Moi, Basement Jaxx, Wild Belle, Ari Up, Ricki Lake, Free City clothing, and many others.

The MOVEMENT movement was established by Andrews in 2007 with the mission to develop location-inspired, diversity-embracing, and activism-motivated alternative performance experiences. The MOVEMENT movement has been commissioned to share their work at museums, galleries, and artful happenings including Pacific Standard Time, REDCAT, The Art of Elysium, 356 Mission Rd., LACMA, The Hammer Museum, LACE, and The Santa Monica Cultural Affairs Department.


All Beta Main programs are free.

Location 114 W. 4th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

Parking
Parking is available at 415 S. Main St. Rates are $5 for the first 90 minutes, $10 maximum. A kiosk located near the entrance of the garage accepts both cash and card. Beta Main does not offer validation.