Trisha Brown:
In Plain Site Los Angeles
Mon , Mar 6 – Sun, Mar 12


Celebrate the work of legendary choreographer Trisha Brown. In collaboration with visual art institutions across the city, join us for a week of live site-specific performances by the Trisha Brown Dance Company.
No choreographer who has come along in the last 30 years has done half as much to extend our idea of what dance can be."
The New York Times

Mon, Mar 6 at 7:30pm
The Broad
Architect Liz Diller and art historian Susan Rosenberg in conversation with CAP UCLA Director Kristy Edmunds in Oculus Hall. The conversation kicks off a week of exploring Trisha Brown’s influence on multiple art forms.
Tue, Mar 7 at 4pm, 6pm & 9pm*
The Broad
Inspired by the unique architectural space of The Broad, members of Trisha Brown Dance Company will perform a piece among Trisha Brown’s vast repertory of site-based pieces.
Fri, Mar 10 at 2pm & 5pm
The Getty
You may remember the performance of Roof Piece at The Getty during our Trisha Brown Retrospective a few years ago. What better way to celebrate her extensive choreographic library than to re-visit a former site?
Sat, Mar 11 at 4pm & 5:30pm
LACMA
Experience Trisha Brown’s sculptural approach to dance by witnessing it in relation to some of the major sculpture works that define Los Angeles. Performances will move from Chris Burden’s “Urban Light” (a first-ever site-specific performance at the piece) to Robert Irwin’s “Primal Palm Garden.”
Sat, Mar 11 at 7pm*
LACMA
This private, after-hours performance offers a rare opportunity for audiences to experience a once-in-a-lifetime, interactive performance.
Sun, Mar 12 at 4:30pm
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel
As the week of performances draws to a close, we examine Trisha Brown’s active artistic beginnings. Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, located in the heart of the Downtown Arts District, mirrors the spaces where Brown first showcased her works.
Trisha Brown
CAP UCLA 2017 Benefit
Sun, Mar 12 at 6pm
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel
The week-long celebration culminates with our 2017 Benefit taking. place at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel in DTLA. Join us for cocktails, superb artisanal fare, and an exclusive performance from the Trisha Brown Dance Company. Celebrate with fellow champions of the arts, and aid CAP UCLA as we foster exposure for artistic vision and continuing accomplishment in the performing arts.

*Special access to this performance time and/or post reception is available to CAP UCLA Members or those who purchase the corresponding Benefit package.

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Funds provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation multi-year grant for Collaborative Intersections in the Visual & Performing Arts. Additional support provided by Diane Levine & Bob Wass, and the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) through the National Dance Project.