REDCAT REDCAT is an interdisciplinary contemporary arts center for innovative visual, performing and media arts in downtown Los Angeles, located inside the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex.

Opened in November 2003 as the initial professional presenting arm of CalArts, REDCAT has since garnered a reputation for groundbreaking theater and a worldwide arts following as a launching platform for up-and-coming local artists, and for introducing internationally acclaimed productions and exhibitions to L.A. audiences that are often premiering on the West Coast for the first time.Programs Visual Arts: Gallery at REDCAT. Past curators include Eungie Joo, Clara Kim, and Aram Moshayedi, with Ruth Estevez joining as current gallery director since November 2012. Performing Arts: New Original Works Festival, Studio series, Radar L.A. Film/Video: REDCAT International Children's Film Festival Music: CEAIT Festival Conversations CalArts at REDCAT Alpert Awards in the ArtsFacilityThe art center consists of a 3000sqft gallery space with revolving exhibitions, a 200–270-seat flexible black box theater, and a lounge cafe/bar hosting public conversations and a bookstore offering diverse art publications.

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631 W 2nd St
Los Angeles, CA


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