Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Save the Date: Free Stone Collective -11/25/17

W.E.T. PR Inc of Beverly Hills is proud to present Free Stone Collective featuring Stoney Dixon, Sure Will and Tomoka.  Save the date November 25, 2017.  Doors open at 7:30pm.  Tickets are now on sale at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with-free-stone-collective-tickets-37879220769.  For more information contact Cassandra Williams 323 381 0832 or email cwetprbevhills@gmail.com


Monday, September 25, 2017

Los Angeles: Culture Alert September 25-30 2017


Culture Alert: September 25-30, 2017
Mon         9/25         6 - 9 pm
Salon at 212 Pier
Laughtears Salon: Gerry Fialka hosts discussions on philosophies, politics & the arts.
Coffeehouse, 212 Pier Ave, Santa Monica
310/314-5275    •    laughtears.com

Mon         9/25         6:30 pm
Movie at the Burbank Library
Le Petit Cinema - Small movies that matter: "Their Finest" (2017), set in WWII England.
Central Library, 110 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank.
818/238-5620    •    BurbankLibrary.com

Mon         9/25         7 pm
Theater Talk at Oxy
A conversation with award-winning playwright & performer Will Power.
Choi Auditorium, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock
323/259-2749    •    oxy.edu

Mon         9/25         7 pm
J.A.M. at the Ford
Tango - The Ford's Jazzed & Motivated gets everyone moving with a lesson & session on the improvised social Argentine dance, led by Oxygen Tango. RSVP.
Ford Amphitheatre, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd East, Hollywood
323/461-3673    •   fordtheatres.org

Mon         9/25         7 pm
Modern Life at Chevalier's Books
Robert Lustig presents his new book "In The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies & Brains."
Chevalier's Books, 126 N Larchmont Blvd, LA
323/465-1334    •    http://chevaliersbooks.com

Mon         9/25         7:30 pm
Jazz at USC
Music director Jason Goldman leads the Concert Jazz Orchestra in an evening of big band standards & original compositions.
Carson Center, USC
213/740-2584    •    usc.edu

Mon         9/25         7:30 pm
Literary History at the Huntington
"Isherwood, Auden, & Spender Before the Second World War" Author & sculptor Matthew Spender talks about the friendship between his father, Stephen Spender, & Christopher Isherwood & W.H. Auden.
Huntington Library, 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino
626/405-2100    •    huntington.org

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Tue          9/26         12 noon - 4 pm
Guitar at USC
German guitarist Tilman Hoppstock, noted for his interpretations of Bach, presents a masterclass in classical guitar performance.
Ramo Recital Hall, USC
213/740-2584    •    usc.edu

Tue          9/26         3 pm
Dostoevsky at USC
Slavic languages & literature professor Greta Matzner-Gore leads a book salon on Fyodor Dostoevsky’s "Notes from Underground." RSVP.
Tutor Campus Center, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Tue          9/26         4 pm
Conspiracies at Pitzer College
Lee Basham talks about his extensive research on the philosophy of conspiracy theories.
Benson Audit, Pitzer College, 1050 N Mills Ave, Claremont
909/607-7756    •    collegescalendar.org

Tue          9/26         6 pm
Instore at Amoeba
Live music from former Local Natives vocalist & songwriter Kelcey Ayer & his solo act Jaws of Love.
Amoeba Music, 6400 Sunset, Hollywood
323/245-6400    •    amoebamusic.com

Tue          9/26         6 pm
Artist Talk at USC
The Roski School presents a conversation with Shannon Ebner.
Graduate Fine Arts Bldg, 3001 S Flower St, LA
213/740-2787    •     https://roski.usc.edu/

Tue          9/26         6 pm
Elections at USC
Nick Melvoin & Micah Ali lead a discussion of "Education In LA: Is It Broken? Can We Fix It?"
Ground Zero Performance Cafe, USC
213/740-8964    •    usc.edu

Tue          9/26         6 - 8:30 pm
Folk Music in Downey
The monthly round-robin style jam welcomes acoustic instrument players, singers & listeners of all levels. Percussion instruments available to borrow. Call to verify.
Community Center, 7810 Quill Drive, Downey
562/861-7049    •    http://celticana.net/bea

Tue          9/26         6:30 pm
Opera at the Italian Cultural Inst.
LA Opera's Maestro James Conlon presents an evening dedicated to Giuseppe Verdi's "Nabucco." RSVP.
IIC LA, 1023 Hilgard Ave, Westwood
310/443-3250    •    iclosangeles.esteri.it/iic_losangeles

Tue          9/26         7 pm
Author at Book Soup
Brad Abraham discusses & signs "Magicians Impossible."
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Tue          9/26         7 pm
Songwriter Serenade in Arcadia
Singer/songwriter JC Hyke hosts an evening of original music from John Gannon, David Plenn, Diana Weynand, & The Blue Music.
Matt Denny's Ale House, 145 E Huntington Dr, Arcadia
626/462-0250    •    JCHyke.com

Tue          9/26         7 pm
Cinema at USC
"Outside the Box [Office]" screens E J-Yong's narrative featuree "The Bacchus Lady" (in Korean, with English subtitles), followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. RSVP.
School of Cinematic Arts, USC
213/740-2330    •    cinema.usc.edu

Tue          9/26         7 pm
Graphic Novel at LAPL
Aloud presents Danielle Allen, speaking on "American Inferno: How My Cousin Became a South Central Statistic." RSVP.
Taper Auditorium, LA Public Library, 5th & Flower, Downtown LA
213/228-7025    •    lapl.org

Tue          9/26         7 pm
Nathan Englander at Chevalier's Books
The critically acclaimed writer reads from new novel, "Dinner At the Center of the Earth."
Chevalier's Books, 126 N Larchmont Blvd, LA
323/465-1334    •    http://chevaliersbooks.com

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Wed         9/27         8:30 am
Birding in Rolling Hills Estates
Wild Birds Unlimited shows avian species in a spectacular ocean-side setting. Open to all ages.
Nature Center, 27305 Palos Verdes Dr East, RHE
310/541-7613    •    pvplc.org

Wed         9/27         11 am
Gardening in Encino
Master Gardener Yvonne Savio presents "How To Re-Purpose Household Items Into Garden Tools."
Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633 Magnolia Blvd, Encino
http://gardeninginla.net

Wed         9/27         12 noon
Concert at Pasadena Presbyterian
A lunchtime concert from pianist Zachary Deak.
Pasadena Presb. Church, 585 E. Colorado Bl, Pasadena
626/793-2191    •    ppcmusic.org

Wed         9/27         12:30 pm
Klezmer at Biola
Clarinetist Gary Gould plays klezmer, the folk & party music of Eastern European Jews.
Lansing Recital Hall, Biola U, 13800 Biola Ave, La Mirada
562/944-0351    •    http://academics.biola.edu/music

Wed         9/27         12:45 pm
Organ Recital at the Cathedral
A short organ concert from guest organist James Vail.
Our Lady of the Angels, 555 Temple, Downtown LA
213/680-5205    •    olacathedral.org

Wed         9/27         1 pm (see 9/6)
Classic Films in Beverly Hills

Wed         9/27         3 - 4 pm
Concert at the Sorensen Library
The LA County Arts Commission presents live music from De'Anza.
Sorensen Library, 6934 Broadway Ave, Whittier
http://lacountyarts.org

Wed         9/27         6:30 pm
Astronomy Walk at the Observatory
Take a sunset walk with a ranger & an astronomer to see the evening sky along the way.
Griffith Observatory, Griffith Park
213/473-0800    •    griffithobservatory.org

Wed         9/27         6:30 pm
Concert at USC
"PPP+" Paganini, Popper, Piatti, & More: Strings students perform virtuosic solo works.
MacDonald Recital Hall, USC
213/740-2584    •    usc.edu

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Writers at the Buena Vista Library
Celebrated author Mark Bowden speaks with screenwriter Ken Nolan, who wrote the screenplay for "Black Hawk Down," based on Bowden's book.
Buena Vista Branch of BPL, 300 N Buena Vista St, Burbank
818/238-5620    •    BurbankLibrary.com

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Witchhunts at Chevalier's Books
Peter Afrasiabi reads from "Burning Bridges," which charts the legal & political intrigue of four serial trials against Harry Bridges.
Chevalier's Books, 126 N Larchmont Blvd, LA
323/465-1334    •    http://chevaliersbooks.com

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Jazz at Oxy
Rousing tunes from The Airmen of Note, he premier jazz ensemble of the US Air Force.
G, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock
323/259-3649    •    oxy.edu

Wed         9/27         7 pm
New Berlin Cinema at the Goethe-Institut
Screening of Jana Bürgelin's feature "Millennials" (2017). RSVP.
Goethe-Institut, 5750 Wilshire Blvd, Miracle Mile
323/525-3388    •    goethe.de/ins/us/los/enindex.htm

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Templars at Book Soup
Dan Jones presents "The Templars: The Rise & Spectacular Fall of God's Holy Warriors," a major new history of the knights Templar.
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Cinema at USC
"Outside the Box [Office]" screens Theo Anthony's "Rat Film," a feature-length documentary that uses the rat to explore the history of Baltimore. RSVP.
School of Cinematic Arts, USC
213/740-2330    •    cinema.usc.edu

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Knowledge Economy at LACMA
Scott E. Page, Jerry Kang, Nancy Cantor, & Charmaine Jefferson discuss "The Diversity Bonus in the Knowledge Economy." RSVP.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Wed         9/27         7 pm
Architecture Talk at SCI-Arc
Architect theorist & historian Mark Wigley presents "Anarchitecture 101.5 - Cutting Matta-Clark.
SCI-Arc, 960 E 3rd St, Downtown LA
213/613-2200    •    sciarc.edu

Wed         9/27         7 - 9 pm
Identity at CAAM
Malik Gaines talks about his recent book, "Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left," which articulates the role that black theatricality played in the radical energy of the sixties.
Calif African American Museum, Exposition Park
213/744-7432    •    caamuseum.org

Wed         9/27         8 pm
Movie at Horse Thief BBQ
Come in to the patio to enjoy a screening of "The Sandlot."
Horse Thief BBQ, 324 S Hill St, Downtown LA
213/625-0341    •    horsethiefbbq.com

Wed         9/27         8 pm
Concert at the Winnetka Bowl
The San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra hosts an unconventional concert series. Tonight: The Screaming Clams perform classic rock 'n' roll of the '60s & early '70s. 21+; 2-drink minimum.
Lane 33, Winnetka Bowl, 20122 Vanowen, Winnetka
818/347-4807    •    http://sfvsymphony.com

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Thu          9/28         9 am - 4 pm
Politics at USC
"Race, Gender & Millennials: The New American Electorate" a day of civil discourse, examining generation & gender gaps among voters, the racial divide & looking to the future with millennial voters. RSVP.
Tutor Campus Center, USC
213/740-8964    •    usc.edu

Thu          9/28         11 am
History Talk in Pasadena
Age of Elegance: The Pasadena Museum of History presents Kathleen Peck, speaking on "Grace Nicholson: Pasadena’s Merchant Princess. RSVP.
Maxwell House, 55 S Grand Ave, Pasadena
626/577-1660    •    https://pasadenahistory.org

Thu          9/28         1 pm (see 9/7)
Classic Films in Beverly Hills

Thu          9/28         3 pm
Poetry at USC
Celebrated writer & US Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera leads an intimate & interactive workshop exploring the craft & creativity of poetry. RSVP.
Doheny Memorial Library, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Thu          9/28         4:30 pm
Gardening at the Huntington
Botany Bay Series: Plant Science for Gardeners & Citizen Scientists - Join Jim Folsom for an exploration of the wonders of the plant world through discussion & hands-on lab time.
Huntington Library, 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino
626/405-2100    •    huntington.org

Thu          9/28         5 - 6:30 pm
Concert at the South Pasadena Library
The LA County Arts Commission presents live music from Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps.
Sorensen Library, 1115 El Centro St, South Pasadena
http://lacountyarts.org

Thu          9/28         6 pm
Rush Hour Concert at the Colburn
Avoid traffic & wind down the day with a glass of wine & the world's most beautiful music from virtuoso soloists from the Conservatory of Music. RSVP.
Colburn School, 200 S Grand Ave, Downtown LA
213/621-4795   •   colburnschool.edu

Thu          9/28         6 pm
Art Talk at the Hammer
Author & USC professor Karen Tongsonz discusses specific works in the exhibition "Radical Women" that inspire & provoke her.
UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire, Westwood
310/915-0200    •    hammer.ucla.edu

Thu          9/28         6 pm
Documentary at CSULA
Independent Visions screens Maha Marouan & Rachel Raimist's "Voices of Muslim Women from the U.S. South" (2015).
U-SU Theatre, Cal State Univ, 5151 State University Dr, LA
323/343-5001    •    calstatela.edu

Tue          9/28         6:30 pm
Opera Talk at the Westwood Library
Speakers from LA Opera go behind the scenes with one of this year's productions, George Bizet's The Pearl Fishers.
Westwood Branch of LAPL, 1246 Glendon Ave, Westwood
310/474-1739    •    lapl.org

Thu          9/28         6:30 pm
Latinas at LAPL
"We Are Latina Authors" An evening with Elva Alicia León, Yahaira Florentino, Maritere Rodriguez Bellas, Roxanne Ocampo, y Natalie Torres, talking about their experiences as writers.
LA Public Library, 5th & Flower, Downtown LA
213/228-7025    •    lapl.org

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Ecology in Manhattan Beach
Join a workshop on "Moving Toward Zero Waste: Minimizing Your Impact On The Environment." RSVP.
Mira Costa HS, Rm 205, 701 S Peck Ave, MB
310/371-7222    •    sbesc.com

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Reading at Book Soup
Lianne Stokes reads from her memoir "Below Average: A Life Way Under the Bar"
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Jazz at USC
Students from Thornton's jazz programs showcase contemporary jazz works.
Ground Zero Performance Cafe, USC
213/740-2584    •    usc.edu

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Nature Talk in Tarzana
Enjoy an expert presentation on birds & nature for the Audubon Society; topic tba.
SFV Arts & Cultural Center, 18312 Oxnard St, Tarzana
818/831-2438    •    sfvaudubon.org

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Cinematheque at CSUN
Buster Keaton Retrospective: Seven Chances (1925) & Go West (1925).
Manzanita Hall, CSUN, 18111 Nordhoff, Northridge
818/677-3193   •   cinematheque.csun.edu

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Film at the Korean Cultural Center
Screening of a Korean feature film with English subtitles, + special performance exhibitions. Call for title.
Korean Cultural Center, 5505 Wilshire Blvd, Miracle Mile
323/936-3015    •    kccla.org

Tue          9/28         7 pm
Veterans at Chevalier's Books
James Reston, Jr. & Jack Walker, authors & Vietnam vets, tell the story of the ferocious "art war" that raged between 1979 & 1984 over what kind of memorial should be built to honor the men & women who died in the Vietnam War.
Chevalier's Books, 126 N Larchmont Blvd, LA
323/465-1334    •    http://chevaliersbooks.com

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Art Talk in Newhall
The ARTree Speaker Series presents a conversation with artists & influencers; check website for today's guest.
The MAIN, 24266 Main St, Newhall
http://oldtownnewhall.com

Thu          9/28         7 pm
Poetry at USC
US Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera, California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia, & LA Poet Laureate Robin Coste Lewis come together for a reading & discussion about poetry & the role of place in their work. RSVP.
Bovard Auditorium, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Thu          9/28         7:30 pm
TV at LACMA
Screening of episodes from Season 2 of the series "Startup," followed by a Q&A with actors Adam Brody, Edi Gathegl, & Otmara Marrero, & creator Ben Ketai. RSVP.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Sun          9/29         7:30 pm
Concert at the Broad Stage
The Young Musicians Foundation Orchestra opens their season with "Flow," with water-themed music by Bernstein, Smetana, & Debussy.
Broad Stage, 1310 11th St, Santa Monica
310/859-7668    •    ymf.org

Thu          9/28         7:30 pm
Concert at USC
Vive La France: Karen Dreyfus leads faculty & students in a program of French chamber music, featuring the Poulenc Trio, Saint-Saens Septet, & Franck Piano Quintet.
Alfred Newman Recital Hall, USC
213/740-2584    •    usc.edu

Thu          9/28         8 pm
Block Party at Zona Rosa Caffe
Food trucks, kids' crafts, DJs, visual projections by Juxli, & live music from local band Caldo.
Zona Rosa Caffe, 15 S El Molino Ave, Pasadena
626/793-2334    •    facebook.com/ZonaRosaCaffe

Thu          9/28         8 pm
Unsilent Cinema at 7th & Fig
Classic silent films are brought to life by contemporary live scores. Tonight: The Goddess (1934), with Argentinian singer & songwriter Juana Molina performing an original score. Come at 7 for a live set by composer & filmmaker Sarah Lipstate.
Plaza, 7th & Figueroa, Downtown LA
213/955-7150       •        artsbrookfieldproperties.com

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Fri            9/29         12:15 pm
Music at Scripps College
Jacqueline Suzuki, Cynthia Fogg, Tom Flaherty, & Susan Svrček play music by Mozart.
Balch Auditorium, Scripps College, 1030 Columbia Ave, Claremont
909/607-9372    •    music.pomona.edu

Fri            9/29         12:50 pm
Music at Occidental
MOFA - Music on a Friday Afternoon: Jazz from faculty guitarist Riner Scivally & friends.
Bird Studio/Booth Hall, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd, Eagle Rock
323/259-3649    •    oxy.edu

Fri            9/29         6 - 8 pm
Jazz at LACMA
Kick back with an evening of open galleries, outdoor bars, & live jazz from Carol Welsman.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Fri            9/29         6 - 9 pm
Music Festival in Claremont
Our area's most musical city presents Friday Nights Live on 4 outdoor stages. Tonight: Claremont Voodoo Society, Lee Powers, Doug Brooks & Friends, & Falls Like Rain.
Claremont Village, around 2nd & Yale, Claremont
909/626-1147    •    claremontevents.com

Fri            9/29         7 & 8 pm
Recital at the Colburn
Enjoy music from the gifted students of Colburn's Community School of Performing Arts.
Colburn School, 200 S Grand Ave, Downtown LA
213/621-1050   •   colburnschool.edu

Fri            9/29         8 pm
Unsilent Cinema at 7th & Fig
Classic silent films are brought to life by contemporary live scores. Tonight: The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928), with singer/songwriter & artist Julia Holter performing an original score. Come at 7 for a live set by composer & filmmaker Sarah Lipstate.
Plaza, 7th & Figueroa, Downtown LA
213/955-7150       •        artsbrookfieldproperties.com

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Sat           9/30         9 - 11 am
Family Art in Boyle Heights
Cartoons & Cereal - Enjoy breakfast & a cartoon, followed by a drawing lesson led by the Slanguage Studio team of artists & a talk about careers in the arts. RSVP.
Boyle Heights Arts, 2708 E Cesar Chavez, BH
213/293-6170    •    bharts.org

Sat           9/30         9 am - 2 pm
Plants at Madrona Marsh
Annual Native Plant Sale - Thousands of plants representing 150 species, + expert talks & workshops.
Madrona Marsh, 3201 Plaza Del Amo, Torrance
310/544-1948    •    sccnps.org

Sat           9/30         9:30 am
Book Talk at the Autry
Western film & television historian Boyd Magers discusses his new book, A Gathering of Guns: A Half Century History of TV Westerns (1949–2001)."
Museum of the Amer West, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park
323/667-2000    •   theautry.org

Sat           9/30         10 am
Gardening at the Hill Ave Library
Master Gardener Yvonne Savio gives a complete guide to "Fall & Winter Gardening." RSVP to cjmorrison22@gmail.com.
Braun Auditorium, Huntington Hospital, 100 W California Blvd, Pasadena
http://gardeninginla.net

Sat           9/30         11 am - 5 pm
Clay at CAFAM
The annual Clay LA sale & fundraiser showcases emerging & established local ceramic makers, with demos, air-clay making activities, music, & drinks. Free w/admission.
Craft & Folk Art Museum, 5814 Wilshire Blvd, LA
323/937-4230    •    cafam.org

Sat           9/30         11 am - 6 pm
Poetry at Beyond Baroque
The 7th "100 Thousand Poets for Change" is part of a world movement, featuring readings by Richard Modiano, Michael C Ford, Harry Grammer & many more
Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd, Venice
310/922-3006    •    beyondbaroque.org

Sat           9/30         1 pm
Gallery Talk at the Norton Simon
"The School of Paris" Learn how artists from Mexico, Spain, Eastern Europe, & Italy were brought together by art. Free w/admission; sign up at Info Desk.
Norton Simon Museum, 411 W Colorado, Pasadena
626/844-6905    •    nortonsimon.org

Sat           9/30         2 pm
Gallery Talk at PMCA
Curator Carol A. Wells leads a tour of the bright & bold prints in "Hollywood In Havana: Five Decades of Cuban Posters Promoting US Films." Free w/admission.
Pasadena Museum of Calif Art, 490 E Union St, Pasadena
626/568-3665    •    pmcaonline.org

Sat           9/30         2 pm
Internment at JANM
Screening & discussion of "Hidden Histories: The Story & Legacy of Japanese American WWII Incarceration." Free w/admission;  RSVP.
Japanese Amer. Nat'l Museum, 369 E 1st St, Little Tokyo
213/625-0414       •        janm.org

Sat           9/30         2 - 3 pm
Concert at the Peninsula Center Library
The LA County Arts Commission presents live music from Cuicani.
Sorensen Library, 701 Silver Spur Rd, Rolling Hills Estate
http://lacountyarts.org

Sat           9/30         2 - 4 pm
Plaza Concert at the Glendale Library
The new 222 East performance series hosts the Alma Nova Duo on the patio.
Central Library, 222 E Harvard St, Gendale
818/548-2021    •    http://glendaleca.gov

Sat           9/30         2 - 5 pm
Seaside Music in the Marina
Cool off by the water, watch the sea lions, & listen to Latin jazz from Bob DeSena.
Fisherman’s Village, 13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey
310/305-9545    •    visitmarinadelrey.com

Sat           9/30         2 - 9:45 pm
Star Party at the Observatory
The LA Sidewalk Astronomers bring out multiple telescopes & show the sun, moon, & planets.
Griffith Observatory, Griffith Park
213/473-0800    •    griffithobservatory.org

Sat           9/30         3 pm
Performance at Edward Cella
As part of the current exhibition of drawings by Lawrence Halprin, LA-based collaborative Lucky Dragons presents a site-specific performance, "An Observer: A Collaboration in the Spirit of Anna & Lawrence Halprin." RSVP.
Edward Cella Art + Architecture, 2754 S La Cienega, 323/525-0053    •    http://edwardcella.com

Sat           9/30         4 pm
Performance Film at LACMA
Screening of Mapa Teatro’s "Project 24," a short video of a performance in which they enlisted the Fossil Lab at the Tar Pits to unearth the Bing Theater's history.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Sat           9/30         6:30 pm (see 9/19)
Dance at the Beach House

Sat           9/30         8 pm
Music at Pomona College
Faculty musician Genevieve Feiwen Lee, on piano & harpsichord, plays music by Debussy, Sofia Gubaidulina, Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre & Antoine Forqueray.
Bridges Hall, Pomona College, 150 E 4th St, Claremont
909/607-2671    •    music.pomona.edu

Sat           9/30         8 pm & 10 pm
Comedy at the Downtown Independent
Screening  & audience judging of the latest episodes of Channel 101, Dan Harmon & Rob Schrab's web-based TV network. Call to verify.
Downtown Independent, 251 S Main St, Downtown LA
213/617-1033    •    channel101.com