Ugg is sponsoring the opening weekend of the Hammer Museum’s “Made in L.A. 2020,” an exhibition organized in partnership with The Huntington, the combination library, museum and botanical gardens in the Los Angeles suburb of San Marino. This fifth edition of the biennial will run from autumn through the end of 2020 and display the installations, videos, films, sculptures, performances and paintings of 30 young artists working out of the city. Ugg will be featuring a pair of films titled FEEL ____, covering the lives and work of two of the exhibition’s artists, Fulton Leroy Washington, nicknamed Mr. Wash, and Sonya Sombreuil. Washington took up drawing, painting and storytelling – depicting his fellow inmates – in the 1990s, while serving a life sentence in prison for a non-violent drug offense. His sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama in 2016. Sombreuil, a fashion designer, founded the L.A. streetwear label Come Tees, which specializes in screen-printed apparel in limited editions. The Hammer will be exhibiting some of her paintings. In the films, Mr. Wash appears in Ugg’s Neumel chukkas and Sonya Sombreuil in Classic Ultra Minis. Ugg is also releasing two limited-edition T-shirts displaying a work by each of the two artists. They will be sold at the Hammer’s gift shop and through Ugg.com. Every purchase will generate a donation to the Equal Justice Initiative, a non-profit organization that provides legal counsel to “people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons.” Ugg is a division of Deckers Brands.