Lummis Day 2017 Schedule

FRIDAY JUNE 2

12:00pm - 4:00pm

Security Trust and Savings Bank, 5601 North Figueroa Street

Exhibition: “Muralismo In Northeast L.A: A Visual History of L.A.’s Mural Tradition”

Featuring new work (painted on-site) by Wayne Alaniz Healy

7:00pm -- 10:00pm

Occidental College, Thorne Hall, 1600 Campus Road

“NELA Film, NELA Alive: An L.A. Film Event”

Presented with the Highland Park Independent Film Festival

“KCET's Third LA” directed by Stephen Pagano

"Highland Park is Fig" directed by Josh Buck.

Luis J. Rodriguez’ “Love Poem to Los Angeles” directed by John F. Cantú "Solidarity," directed by Dustin Brown

Q&A with the filmmakers

"The Best of Culture Clash" (excerpt) Introduction by Ric Salinas and Richard Montoya of Culture Clash

 

SATURDAY JUNE 3

10:00am -- 4:00pm

Southwest Museum, 234 Museum Drive

Exhibition: “For the Love of the Arroyo”

Presented by the Autry Museum of the American West

1:00pm: Meet the Artists: Diane Behrens, Michael Nissen, Roderick Smith, and Richard Wilson

10:30am-4:00pm

Security Trust and Savings Bank, 5601 North Figueroa Street

Exhibition: “Muralismo In Northeast L.A: A Visual History of L.A.’s Mural Tradition”

Featuring new work (painted on-site) by Wayne Alaniz Healy

12:00pm: Artists’ reception

5:00pm – 9:00pm

Avenue 50 at York Boulevard

Café Stage

5:00 Bird & Thorn

6:00 Eric Kufs

7:00    Lucy & La Mer

8:00 Maiya Sykes

SUNDAY, JUNE 4

10:30am – 12:00pm

Lummis Home, 200 E. Avenue 43

Poetry Reading, Reception and Workshop

10:30 Musical Interlude -- David Holguin

11:00 Readings by Art Currim, Peggy Dobreer, Elline Lipkin and Luis Ordaz

Featured poet: Brendan Constantine

12:00 Reception

1:10 Poetry Workshop: “Dear Ancestors: with Jawanza Dumisani

 

10:00 am – 4pm

Southwest Museum, 234 Museum Drive

Exhibition: “For The Love Of The Arroyo”

Presented by the Autry Museum of the American West

1:00 Meet the Artists: Gwen Freeman, Cidne Hart, and Kevin Hass

 

10:30am -- 4:00pm

Security Trust and Savings Bank, 5601 North Figueroa Street

Exhibition: “Muralismo In Northeast L.A: A Visual History of L.A.’s Mural Tradition”

Featuring new work (painted on-site) by Wayne Alaniz Healy

 

10:45am – 7pm

Sycamore Grove Park, 4902 N. Figueroa Street

10:45 Anahuak sponsored Run / Walk

11:30 Anahuak Run / Walk begins

12:15 Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly Parade from Lummis Home into Sycamore Grove Park, musical accompaniment by Cuñao

Stage One -- Music

12:40 Ted Garcia, Native American Blessing

1:00 Selah Gospel Choir

2:10 Jason Heath and the Greedy Souls    

3:25 Teen Judge                      

4:40 Adaawe

6:00 MoForro

 

Stage Two – Dance

1:45 Ballet Coco

3:00 Lula Washington

4:15 Iris Company

5:35 Chester Whitmore

 

Stage Three – Music

1:00 The Brilliant Gypsies

2:05 The Tracks

2:55 Karen Tobin

4:00 Salt Petal

5:05 Casa de Calacas

Teatro Arroyo / Bugs And Puppets

1:15 Puppets & Players Little Theatre – The Wizard of Oz

1:50 Serena Music for Kids

2:40 Puppets & Players Little Theatre – The Wizard of Oz

3:15 Alicia in Arroyoland – Music and Theatre Games

3:55 Puppets & Players Little Theatre – The Wizard of Oz

4:30 Leah Dance Workshop Fun

 

Stage 4 – Emerging Talent

1:30 Los Jarochicos of Lincoln Heights

2:15 Ballet Bravo

3:00 Raul Martinez Singers and Guitarists

3:45Carol Russek Spanish and Mexican Dancers

4:30 Theatrical performance by the 3rd Graders of the Los Feliz Charter School of the Arts

Anahuak Sports Area (Located Between Family Activities and Stage 4)

12:20 - 4:20 (hourly 20-minute soccer matches)

Family Fun Area Presented by The Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council

1:00 – 500

  • The Franklin School RoboNerds

  • Tongva crafts with Julia Bogany, Tribal Elder, San Gabrielino Band of Mission Indians

  • Home Depot / Color Spot Planting Booth

  • Eco Voices with the Urban Science Corps

  • “Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly”:  Puppet making workshop sponsored by the Arroyo Arts Collective and Teatro Arroyo

  • Los Angeles River Rover:  Mobile visitor and education center bringing the LA River to the people

  • Audubon Center at Debs Park

  • Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council:  Decorate a birdhouse for your yard or porch with paint and stickers

                                                                                     

 

 

           

 

 

 

              

 

 

Perform at Lummis Day 2017

Our programming committee will consider submissions for bands and dance troupes with a connection to Northeast LA and the East Side beginning in January of 2017.

Artists interested in performing should complete the online submission form.  Send links to videos and resume information to lummisdayweb@gmail.com.