Thursday, 1 Mar 2018 // 7PM
Free, tickets released 15-minutes before program begins

Black Radical Imagination is an international touring program of moving image shorts that highlights new stories by filmmakers and visual artists from within the African diaspora. This year’s program, FUGITIVE TRAJECTORIES meditates on the various ways Black people are tending to our lives despite traumatic histories, both personal and collective, and a troubling present. Black Radical Imagination is cofounded by Erin Christovale and Amir George, and the 2018 program is curated by Jheanelle Brown and Darol Olu Kae. Participating artists include Ephraim Asili, Frances Bodomo, Alima Lee, Jenn Nkiru, Amelia Umuhire, and dana washington. This presentation at MOCA is part of SCREEN, a quarterly screening series run by Marco Kane Braunschweiler.

​Priority tickets are available to MOCA members one hour before the program. Fifteen minutes before the program begins tickets will be released to non-members. One ticket per person on a first come, first served basis. Early arrival is recommended.
Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90012
213/621-1741 or
visitorservices [at] moca [dot] org

FREE; priority seating for MOCA members

dana washington is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts MFA Candidate.

Image Credit:

dana washington, UNDER BONE film still, 2017