Saturday, September 2, 2017

Los Angeles: Culture Alert September 3-9 2017

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Hello all & happy September, the month of new beginnings. September promises about 700 free events, as the summer concerts wind down & the schools are just starting up. Still, there's plenty to do: festivals, tours, talks, readings, walks, plays, jams, films, & art openings. Among the interesting people you can meet are Laurence Tribe, Tig Notaro, & Dolores Huerta.

September brings Labor Day, Admissions Day, Patriot Day, & the Autumn Equinox, as well as the Jewish High Holidays. It’s Latin Heritage Month, with multiple Mexican Independence celebrations & parades around town. There are almost too many great festivals to choose from: Fiesta Hermosa, Fiesta de San Gabriel, Open House at the Ebell, Blues & Jazz Music Festival in Lawndale, Serb Fest, Chalk Art Festival & Rods, Rides & Relics on the Redondo Pier, Fleet Week, Tarfest, El Grito de Independencia, the Tri-Art Festival in San Pedro, Dapper Day, & the Abbot Kinney Festival. Don’t forget the great Day of the Drum Festival at Watts Towers.

Poetry lovers: "100,000 Poets For Change" happens worldwide on 9/30 (http://100tpc.org); some local readings are listed below. Art lovers: 9/23 is the Smithsonian's Museum Day Live, meaning you can download 2 free tickets to any of several LA-area museums (smithsonianmag.com/museumday).

And so much art! Celebrate with all of LA as the Getty's initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a far reaching & ambitious exploration of Latin American & Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, at 70 institutions & 65 galleries. On 9/17, more than 50 museums offer free admission to celebrate the launch. Only a few of the hundreds of related exhibits & events throughout September are listed here (marked as PST:LA/LA); check http://pacificstandardtime.org for the full list.

Did you know that we have 3 significant new museums in LA? Beta Main is open Downtown, as is the Marciano Art Foundation in Mid-Wilshire, this month joined by the Institute of Contemporary Art (originally the Santa Monica Museum, now in the Arts District).

As always, everything listed is free & open to the public as far as I know. These listings are merely a guide - call ahead if you dislike surprises, & please note that RSVP means you must reserve a place. "Call to verify" means I couldn’t confirm details for the event. Some events that require museum admission are listed, because many of us have memberships in local museums.

Have a great month & please support the arts - see you around town.

Rina


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Sun          9/3           9 am - 12 midnight (see 9/2)
Festival at the San Gabriel Mission

Sun          9/3           10 am - 12 noon
Family Arts at Barnsdall
Free art workshops on arts & crafts from world cultures, led by artists. Today, Mexico: Huichol beaded masks with Sofia Mas.
Junior Art Center, Barnsdall Art Park, 4800 Hollywood Blvd, LA
323/644-6275    •    barnsdallarts.org

Sun          9/3           10 am - 12 noon
Metro Art Tour in Downtown LA
Explore Metro on a docent-led tour, giving an intro to the system, its stations, & its artworks. Meet at the info kiosk.
Union Station. 800 N Alameda St, Downtown LA
metro.net/about/art

Sun          9/3           10 am - 4 pm (see 9/1)
Fleet Week in San Pedro

Sun          9/3           10 am - 6 pm (see 9/2)
Fiesta in Hermosa Beach

Sun          9/3           11 am - 2 pm
Old-Time Jam in Burbank
The Calif Traditional Music Society hosts an old-time jam session - break out your instruments or just enjoy music on the patio.
Viva Cantina, 900 Riverside Dr, Burbank
818/221-4680   •    oldtimeisagoodtime.com

Sun          9/3           11 am - 6 pm (see 9/2)
Festival in Leimert Park

Sun          9/3           12 noon - 2 pm
Rock at Westfield Topanga
KCSN's Sunday Concert Series presents a live set from Claire Reneé.
The Village, 6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park
818/594-8732    •   kcsn.org/concerts

Sun          9/3           12 noon - 3 pm
Bluegrass Jam in Canoga Park
A friendly place to play & sing your favorite bluegrass, early country, & folk songs.
Guitar Merchant, 7503 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park
818/884-5905    •    socalbluegrass.org

Sun          9/3           12 noon - 4 pm
Family Day at the Claremont Museum
High school students in CMA’s Project ARTstART lead visitors in creating art projects related to the current exhibition "Dee Marcellus Cole & Carnival Seekers."
Claremont Museum of Art, 200 W First St, Claremont
951/621-3200    •    claremontevents.com

Sun          9/3           12 noon - 12 midnight
Bazaar at HM157
Browse a wide array of vendors sharing vintage decor, clothes, vinyl, books, comics, crafts, & fine art, + live music from Starflower, Choric Lumina, Jeff Boynton, & more, + tarot, food, & drink.
HM157, 3110 N Broadway, Lincoln Heights
562/895-9399    •    hm157.org

Sun          9/3           12:30 - 3:30 pm (also 9/10, 9/17, 9/24)
Family Arts at LACMA
Palm Trees & Dreams: Carlos Almaraz - Visit the special exhibition, then make your own inspired art in workshops. Free w/admission (kids always free).
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Sun          9/3           1 - 3 pm
Bluegrass at El Camino College
Join an open & outdoors bluegrass jam. Call to verify.
El Camino College, 16007 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance
310/963-2898    •    socalbluegrass.org

Sun          9/3           1 - 6 pm
Marketplace at Tropico De Nopal
The Artisan Caracol Marketplace offers healthy foods, music, workshops, a mellow vibe, + handmade jewelry, art, clothes & more for sale.
Tropico De Nopal, 1665 Beverly Blvd. LA
323/687-0795    •    facebook.com/CaracolMarketplace

Sun          9/3           2 pm
Concert at the Nixon Library: Classical guitarist Olivia Chiang
Nixon Library, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda
714/993-5075    •    http://nixonfoundation.org

Sun          9/3           2 pm
Mystery at Book Soup
Nancy Boyarsky reads from her fast-paced mystery "The Bequest."
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Sun          9/3           2 pm
Crime at the South Pasadena Library
Sister in Crime welcomes Jonathan Kirsch, presenting "Ten Things Every Mystery Writer Needs to Know About Publishing Law," + a reading from mystery writer Nancy Cole Silverman.
Library, 1115 El Centro St, South Pasadena
sistersincrimela.com

Sun          9/3           2 - 5 pm
Seaside Music in the Marina
Cool off by the water, watch the sea lions, & listen to bossa nova & samba from Brasil Brazil.
Fisherman’s Village, 13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey
310/305-9545    •    visitmarinadelrey.com

Sun          9/3           2 - 7 pm
Arts at the Broad Stage
Broad Fest returns for a family-friendly afternoon of music, food & interactive entertainment, with a long lineup of performers, + games, dance, workshops, & more.
Broad Stage, 1310 11th St, Santa Monica
310/434-3200    •    http://thebroadstage.org

Sun          9/3           3 - 8 pm (also 9/10, 9/17, 9/24)
Country Music at The Echo
The Grand Ole Echo is Americana & country music, with 3 bands on the mainstage & 1 or 2 on the backporch; see website for lineup. Free before 6 pm.
The Echo, 1154 Glendale Blvd, Echo Park   
213, 413-8200    •   thegrandoleecho.com

Sun          9/3           3:30 - 5:30 pm (also 9/17)
Drawing at the Getty
"Drawing from the Masters: Self-Portrait Drawing" Bring pads & pencils & enjoy the tradition of sketching from original works of art with artist Peter Zokosky. Sign up from 2:30 pm at Info Desk.
Central Garden, Getty Center, Brentwood
310/440-7300    •    getty.edu

Sun          9/3           5 pm
Poetry at Beyond Baroque
La Poesia: Open mic & featured readers hosted by Antonieta Villamil. Donations appreciated.
Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd, Venice
310/922-3006    •    beyondbaroque.org

Sun          9/3           5 - 7 pm
Outdoor Music in Manhattan Beach
Bring blankets (damp location) & low chairs to enjoy a tribute to Chicago from Colour My World.
Polliwog Park, 1601 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach
310/802-5448    •     ci.manhattan-beach.ca.us

Sun          9/3           5 - 8 pm
Park Concert in South El Monte
The LA County Arts Commission presents live music from the Susie Hansen Latin Band.
Whittier Narrows, 823 Lexington Gallatin Rd, S El Monte
http://lacountyarts.org

Sun          9/3           6 pm
Concert at LACMA
Sundays Live presents an hour of chamber music from the Emerson Trio.
Bing Theater, LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6234    •    lacma.org

Sun          9/3           6 pm
Music in La Cañada Flintridge
Bring chairs & a picnic for a tribute to Jimmy Buffet from Gary Seiler & the Coastriders.
Memorial Park, 1301 Foothill Blvd, La Cañada
818/790-8880    •   lcf.ca.gov

Sun          9/3           6 pm
Party at the Alex Theatre
Coundown to 100: Celebrate the Alex Theatre’s 92nd birthday with music, specialty cocktails, food, an auction & more in the forecourt. Donations encouraged; RSVP.
Alex Theatre, 216 N Brand Blvd, Glendale
818/243-2611    •    alextheatre.org

Sun          9/3           6 - 11 pm (see 9/1)
Music Festival in West Adams

Sun          9/3           7 pm (see 9/1)
Shakespeare in Griffith Park

Sun          9/3           7 pm
Barbara Morrison in Pasadena
The legendary jazz vocalist closes out the Levitt season with an evening of great singing. Pre-show activities from 6:30 pm.
Levitt Pavilion, 85 E Holly St, Pasadena
626/683-3230    •    levittpavilionpasadena.org

Sun          9/3           7:30 pm (see 9/1)
Love's Labour's Lost at El Pueblo

Sun          9/3           7:30 pm
Afro-Cuban in MacArthur Park
Levitt Pavilion & Spaceland present The Battle Of Santiago, for an evening of Afro-Cuban & post-rock sounds.
MacArthur Park, Wilshire & S. Park View St, Mid-Wilshire
213/384-5701    •    levittla.org

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Labor Day

Mon         9/4           10 am - 4 pm (see 9/1)
Fleet Week in San Pedro

Mon         9/4           10 am - 6 pm (see 9/2)
Fiesta in Hermosa Beach

Mon         9/4           11 am - 6 pm (see 9/2)
Festival in Leimert Park

Mon         9/4           2 - 5 pm
Seaside Music in the Marina
Cool off by the water, watch the sea lions, & listen to R&B tunes from the band Friends.
Fisherman’s Village, 13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey
310/305-9545    •    visitmarinadelrey.com

Mon         9/4           7 pm
Bandshell Concert in Claremont
Come early to picnic & stay for classic rock from The Answer.
Memorial Park, 840 N Indian Hill Blvd, Claremont
909/399-5490    •    ci.claremont.ca.us

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Tue          9/5           11:15 am
Social Justice at SMC
Frankie Guzman speaks on "From Breaking Laws to Making Laws: Insights from a Former 'Juvenile Delinquent,' Now a Juvenile Justice Attorney."
HSS 165, Santa Monica College, 1900 Pico, SM
310/434-4003    •    smc.edu

Tue           9/5           1:30 pm
Movies at the Skirball
Take a midweek break with Daniel Raim’s documentary "Harold & Lillian," featuring a Q&A with film subject Lillian Michelson.
Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N Sepulveda, West LA
310/440-4500    •   skirball.org

Tue          9/5           4 pm
Conspiracies at Pitzer College
Journalists Nick Schou & Ben Collins discuss "Contemporary & Classic Conspiracy Theories: a Journalistic Perspective."
Benson Audit, Pitzer College, 1050 N Mills Ave, Claremont
909/607-7756    •    collegescalendar.org

Tue          9/5           6 pm
Water in Downtown LA
The Sierra Club & other groups present the "Smarter Water Community Forum: The Future of LA's Most Precious Resource," to explore the smartest options for LA’s water future.
Edison Room, 634 S Spring St, Downtown LA
http://angeles.sierraclub.org/central

Tue          9/5           6 - 8 pm
Salon at the Marina Library
Gerry Fialka's Marshall McLuhan/Finnegans Wake Reading Club reads 2 pages of the book every month, & lets a free-wheeling discussion kick off from there.
Lloyd Taber Library, 4533 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey
310/821-3415    •    laughtears.com

Tue          9/5           6 - 8 pm
Opening at the Vincent Price Museum
Reception for "New Voices," featuring a range of notable ceramics, costume design, photography, painting, sculpture, drawings, & mixed media works produced by ELAC.
Vincent Price Museum, ELAC, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park
323/265-8841   •    http://vincentpriceartmuseum.org

Tue          9/5           6:30 pm
Opera Talk at the Redondo Beach Library
Speakers from LA Opera go behind the scenes with one of this year's productions, George Bizet's Carmen.
Main Library, 303 N Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach
310/318-0675    •    redondo.org

Tue          9/5           6:30 pm
Architecture Talk at Woodbury
A conversation with Kevin Bethune & Lamer Walker of BCG Digital Ventures.
Woodbury University, 7500 Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank
818/767-0888    •    woodbury.edu

Tue          9/5           7 pm
Songwriter Serenade in Arcadia
Singer/songwriter JC Hyke hosts an Eagles Tribute, featuring more than a dozen local musicians.
Matt Denny's Ale House, 145 E Huntington Dr, Arcadia
626/462-0250    •    JCHyke.com

Tue          9/5           7 pm
Immigration at USC
"Borders, Bans, Walls, & Welcomes: US Immigration Today" Ali Noorani, Leilani Chan, Manuel Pastor, & Roberto Suro engage in a provocative conversation about immigration today. RSVP.
Doheny Memorial Library, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Tue          9/5           7:30 pm
Writer at Book Soup
Adam McOmber reads from his story collection, "My House Gathers Desires."
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Tue          9/5           7:30 pm
Cartography at the Huntington
East Asian Garden Lecture Series: Richard Pegg speaks on "Cartographic Traditions in East Asian Maps."
Huntington Library, 1151 Oxford Rd, San Marino
626/405-2100    •    huntington.org

Tue          9/5           7:30 pm
Performances in Little Tokyo
The 1st & 3rd Tuesday Night Café Series hosts film, DJs, performances, live painting, open mic, & more. Tonight: Jio Im, Matt Almodiel, Rogue Pinay, Shruti Bala Purkayastha, Navor & more.
Aratani Courtyard, 120 Judge John Aiso St, Downtown LA
tuesdaynightproject.org

Tue          9/5           8 pm
Poetry in RB: Amy Ball + open reading
Coffee Cartel, 1820 S Catalina Ave, Redondo Beach
310/316-6554    •    facebook.com/RedondoPoets

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Wed         9/6           8 am
Morning Concert in Downtown LA
Acoustic Caffeine: Before heading to the office, get your morning dose of free coffee & music from the Duo Deloro, taking you on a journey through Latin American & Spanish landscapes.
Gas Company Tower, Concourse Level, 555 W 5th St, Downtown LA
213/955-7150    •    artsbrookfieldproperties.com

Wed         9/6           12 noon
Concert at Pasadena Presbyterian
A lunchtime concert from mandolinist Evan Marshall.
Pasadena Presb. Church, 585 E. Colorado Bl, Pasadena
626/793-2191    •    ppcmusic.org

Wed         9/6           12 noon
What Matters at USC
A discussion series encouraging reflection about values, beliefs, & motivation, this month led by University Archivist & Manuscripts Librarian Claude Zachary.
Ground Zero Coffee House, USC
213/740-6110    •    usc.edu/whatmatters

Wed         9/6           12 noon
Chamber Music at Glendale City Church
Glendale Noon Concerts present the Arioso Duo in "The Early Bird," a program of works by Elgar, Nielsen, Mouquet, & Damase.
Glendale City Church, 610 E California Ave, Glendale   
818-244-7241    •    glendalenoonconcerts.blogspot.com

Wed         9/6           12:45 pm
Organ Recital at the Cathedral
A short organ concert from guest organist ark Husey.
Our Lady of the Angels, 555 Temple, Downtown LA
213/680-5205    •    olacathedral.org

Wed         9/6           1 pm (also 9/13, 9/20, 9/27)
Classic Films in Beverly Hills
Midweek Matinee: Bring your own popcorn for a screening of a film from the classic age of Hollywood. Check website for schedule.
La Cienega Park, 8400 Gregory Way, BH
310/285-6840    •    beverlyhills.org

Wed         9/6           5 pm
Buddhism at USC
"Stranger in a Strange Land" A discussion with Paul Groner about his lifelong career dedicated to understanding Japanese Buddhism in its historical & intellectual context. RSVP.
Doheny Memorial Library, USC
213/821-4365    •    usc.edu

Wed         9/6           6 pm
Architecture Talk at USC
Sharon Egretta Suttonn, FAIA, discusses her recent book, "When Ivory Towers were Black: A Story about Race in America's Cities & Universities."
Gin D. Wong Auditorium, USC
213/740-2092    •    arch.usc.edu

Wed         9/6           7 pm
Nature Talk at Eaton Canyon
Daniel Rossman presents "The Wilderness Society: A Powerful Voice for Protecting America's Wilderness Values" for the Sierra Club.
Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N Altadena Dr, Pasadena
909/596-6280    •    angeles.sierraclub.org/Pasadena

Wed         9/6           7 pm
Cinema at USC
"Outside the Box [Office]" screens Taron Lexton's coming-of-age adventure "In Search of Fellini," followed by a Q&A with writer/producer Nancy Cartwright. RSVP.
School of Cinematic Arts, USC
213/740-2330    •    cinema.usc.edu

Wed         9/6           7 pm
Film History at CAAM
Working at the intersection of cultural studies & film & media studies, film historian Ellen Scott explores the history of the silent race film.
Calif African American Museum, Exposition Park
213/744-7432    •    caamuseum.org

Wed         9/6           7 pm
Art Film at Pitzer College
Paul Bockhorst & Barbara Beretich screen their film "Design for Modern Living - Millard Sheets & the Claremont Art Community 1935 - 1975," a look at the vibrant postwar center of art & craft activity.
Benson Auditorium, Pitzer College, 1050 N Mills Ave, Claremont
909/621-0848    •    claremontheritage.org

Wed         9/6           7 pm
Performance at USC
O Solo Homo: Iconic artists Marga Gomez & Tim Miller present an evening of queer performance, a form that has defied norms from 1980s multiculturalism, through the 1990s culture wars, to the visibility of the 21st century. RSVP.
Cammilleri Hall, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Wed         9/6           7 pm
New Berlin Cinema at the Goethe-Institut
Screening of Julia C. Kaiser's wry look at marriage, "The Hannas" (2016). RSVP.
Goethe-Institut, 5750 Wilshire Blvd, Miracle Mile
323/525-3388    •    goethe.de/ins/us/los/enindex.htm

Wed         9/6           7:30 pm
Writer at Otis
Visiting Writers Series: Prize-winning author Amelia Gray reads from her short stories & essays.
Otis Forum, 9045 Lincoln, Westchester
310/846-2586    •    otis.edu

Wed         9/6           8 pm
Movie at Horse Thief BBQ
Come in to the patio to enjoy a screening of "Back To the Future."
Horse Thief BBQ, 324 S Hill St, Downtown LA
213/625-0341    •    horsethiefbbq.com

Wed         9/6           8 pm
Comedy at the Alex Theatre
Unpops Comedy: An evening with John Fahy, Chet Wild, Kari Martin, & Vanessa Gritton. 18+ only; donations encouraged; RSVP.
Alex Theatre, 216 N Brand Blvd, Glendale
818/243-2611    •    alextheatre.org

Wed         9/6           8 pm
Concert at the Winnetka Bowl
The San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra hosts an unconventional concert series. Tonight: The SFVSO Jazz Band performs standards from the Great American Songbook. 21+; 2-drink minimum.
Lane 33, Winnetka Bowl, 20122 Vanowen, Winnetka
818/347-4807    •    http://sfvsymphony.com

Wed         9/6           8 pm
Performance at Harvey Mudd College
Meshaun Lebrone performs "Stokely Carmichael," a one-man show bringing to life the complexities of the Civil Rights Movement in the late 1960s/early 1970.
Shanahan Center, HMC, 320 E Foothill Blvd, Claremont
909/607-0943   •    hmc.edu/calendar

Wed         9/6           8 pm (also 9/7-9/10, 9/13-9/17)
Macbeth at the Lummis House
Theatre in Historic Places: Shakespeare Center & 8 Northeast LA Neighborhood Councils present  a site-specific staging of the great tragedy, using the historic Lummis House as setting. RSVP online.
Lummis House, 200 E Avenue 43, Highland Park
213-481-2273    •    shakespearecenter.org

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Thu          9/7           1 pm (also 9/14, 9/21, 9/28)
Classic Films in Beverly Hills
Roxbury Reels: Bring your own popcorn for a screening of a film from the classic age of Hollywood. Check website for schedule.
Roxbury Community Center, 471 S Roxbury Drive, BH
310/285-6840    •    beverlyhills.org

Thu          9/7           2:30 pm
Gallery Tour at the Getty
Curators Julian Brooks & Virginia Heckert lead a gallery tour of the exhibition "Happy Birthday, Mr. Hockney." Sign up from 1:30 pm at the Info Desk.
Museum Galleries, Getty Center, Brentwood
310/440-7300    •    getty.edu

Thu          9/7           5 -8 pm
Drawing in Manhattan Beach
Costume Figure Drawing: Work on your figure drawing skills with a live costumed model; bring your own materials; donation for models encouraged.
MB Art Center, 1560 Manhattan Beach Blvd, MB
310/802-5440    •    citymb.info

Thu          9/7           5 - 11 pm
Art Night at Pomona College
Art After Hours: View the current exhibition (Prometheus 2017: Four Artists from Mexico Revisit Orozco), & enjoy a gallery talk with artist Isa Carrillo & art historian Mary Coffey.
Pomona College Museum of Art, 333 N. College Way, Claremont
909/621-8283    •    pomona.edu/museum

Thu          9/7           6 pm
Street Concert in Lancaster
Sierra Toyota presents live music on the Boulevard during the weekly market. Tonight: Pop Vision.
BeX Bandstand, 706 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster
661/723-6077    •    cityoflancasterca.org

Thu          9/7           6 pm
Instore at Amoeba
Live music from Tuareg guitarist & singer/songwriters Mdou Moctar, a master of hypnotic Saharan electro-drone blues.
Amoeba Music, 6400 Sunset, Hollywood
323/245-6400    •    amoebamusic.com

Thu          9/7           6 pm
Music in South El Monte
Bring seating & a picnic for kids' activities + music from Soto.
Shively Front Lawn, 1431 Central Ave, South El Monte
626/579-2043    •   ci.south-el-monte.ca.us

Thu          9/7           6 pm
Documentary at CSULA
Independent Visions screens Maya Tokunaga Jensen's "Solidarity in Saya" (2014), the inspiring & little-known story of the Afro-Bolivian community.
U-SU Theatre, Cal State Univ, 5151 State University Dr, LA
323/343-5001    •    calstatela.edu

Thu          9/7           6 - 9 pm
First Thursday in San Pedro
Artists open their studios & galleries, stores & cafes stay open for after-hours shopping, plus live music, vendors & more.
4th St - 7th St, Old San Pedro
310/519-0936   •    1stthursday.com

Thu          9/7           6 - 10 pm
Artwalk in Mar Vista
"Steppin into the Art" celebrates all the arts - visual, musical, spoken & movement - + Mar Vista's history as one of LA's oldest artist colonies. Live painting, group shows, spoken word, scavenger hunt, potter's wheel demos, & much more.
Venice Blvd, btwn Inglewood Blvd & Beethoven, Mar Vista
323/828-5880    •    facebook.com/marvistaartwalk

Thu          9/7           6 - 9 pm
Street Market in Baldwin Park
Enjoy a summer night with produce vendors, a kids' fun zone, artisans, food booths, & live music from the Steel Rod Band.
Maine Ave btwn Ramona Blvd & Palm St, Baldwin Park
626/813-5245    •    baldwinpark.com

Thu          9/7           6 - 10 pm
Art Night in Chinatown
Chinatown After Dark: Entertainment, both traditional & new, in various locations; food trucks; vendors; cooking demos; & nightlife & dining specials.
Far East Plaza, 727 N Broadway, Chinatown, Downtown LA
213/680-0243    •    chinatownla.com

Thu          9/7           6:30 pm
Cinema at the Italian Cultural Inst.
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Luigi Pirandello’s birth, a screening of Bellocchio’s film "Henry IV," based on Pirandello’s play of the same name. RSVP.
IIC LA, 1023 Hilgard Ave, Westwood
310/443-3250    •    iclosangeles.esteri.it/iic_losangeles

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Literature at Chevalier's Books
All Lit Up: Poets Charif Shanahan & Victoria Chang, & author Siel Ju, read from their recent work.
Chevalier's Books, 126 N Larchmont Blvd, LA
323/465-1334    •    http://chevaliersbooks.com

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Ecology at USC
"Wild LA" A panel of environmentalists & wildlife experts discuss how LA's wild areas can best be preserved & serve the community. RSVP.
Doheny Memorial Library, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Cold War at the Nixon Library
Sven Kraemer, author of "Inside the Cold War from Marx to Reagan," brings a unique historical perspective to his understanding of Richard Nixon’s strategy of "détente." RSVP.
Nixon Library, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda
714/993-5075    •    http://nixonfoundation.org

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Nora at Book Soup
Erin Carlson, with actress Caroline Aaron, discusses "I’ll Have What She’s Having: How Nora Ephron's Three Iconic Films Saved the Romantic Comedy."
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Cinematheque at CSUN
Buster Keaton Retrospective: Three Ages (1923) & Our Hospitality (1923).
Manzanita Hall, CSUN, 18111 Nordhoff, Northridge
818/677-3193   •   cinematheque.csun.edu

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Concert at the Colburn
Singing fellows of Viipuri, Finland's second oldest choir, perform in celebration of Finland's Centennial.
Colburn School, 200 S Grand Ave, Downtown LA
213/621-1050   •   colburnschool.edu

Thu          9/7           7 pm
VR at the Goethe-Institut
"Vanishing Point Vr: The Modern Desire For Audiovisual Immersion" Gundolf S. Freyermuth focuses on the history & future of virtual reality. RSVP.
Goethe-Institut, 5750 Wilshire Blvd, Miracle Mile
323/525-3388    •    goethe.de/ins/us/los/enindex.htm

Thu          9/7           7 pm
Dolores Huerta at USC
"Outside the Box [Office]" screens Peter Bratt's new documentary about the important activist, "Dolores," followed by a Q&A with Bratt & Dolores Huerta herself. RSVP.
School of Cinematic Arts, USC
213/740-2330    •    cinema.usc.edu

Thu          9/7           7 - 9 pm
JAM Session in Newhall
Dance to the beat, play an instrument, & experience something unexpected with JAM Sessions, fun, interactive music & dance events hosted by the Ford Theatre Foundation. This month: Ballet Folklorico Ollin brings Mexican Folk Dance to life through dance, with live music from Mariachi Tesoro de San Fernando.
Old Town Library, 24500 Main St, Newhall
661/250-3787    •    http://oldtownnewhall.com

Thu          9/7           7 - 10 pm
Variety Night in Newhall
"10 by 10" is a monthly juried night of short live theatre pieces, dance, monologues, magic, improv, comedy, film, & music.
The MAIN, 24266 Main St, Newhall
661/250-3787    •    http://oldtownnewhall.com

Thu          9/7           7:30 pm
Bluegrass in Mar Vista
Join the Westside Jam - for all skills levels - or just sit back & enjoy the music.
Grand View Market, 12210 Venice Blvd, Mar Vista
310/390-4391    •    socalbluegrass.org

Thu          9/7           7:30 pm
TV at LACMA
Tig Notaro screens & discusses episodes from Season 2 of her series "One Mississippi." RSVP.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Thu          9/7           7:30 pm
Reggae in MacArthur Park
Levitt Pavilion & Dub Club present Prezident Brown (Fitz Cotterell), for an evening of Jamaican reggae & dub.
MacArthur Park, Wilshire & S. Park View St, Mid-Wilshire
213/384-5701    •    levittla.org

Thu          9/7           8 pm
Folk Jam at Bar 1642
Join a monthly Old Time Jam hosted by Triple Chicken Foot - all levels welcome. Call to verify.
Bar 1642, 1642 Temple, Echo Park
213/989-6836    •    oldtimeisagoodtime.com

Thu          9/7           8 pm (see 9/6)
Macbeth at the Lummis House

Thu          9/7           8 pm
Block Party at Zona Rosa Caffe
Food trucks, kids' crafts, DJs, visual projections by Juxli, & live music from local band Gonzo.
Zona Rosa Caffe, 15 S El Molino Ave, Pasadena
626/793-2334    •    facebook.com/ZonaRosaCaffe

Thu          9/7           8 pm
Art Film at Hauser & Wirth
Double Feature/Double Exposure: Bring your own chair for a screening of "Heidi / Waterworld" organized by LA-based artist Paul McCarthy in conjunction with his current exhibition. RSVP.
Hauser & Wirth, 901 E 3rd St, Downtown LA
213/943-1620    •    hauserwirthlosangeles.com

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Fri            9/8           10 am
Policing at USC
CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues provides unbiased facts, statistics, & perspectives from both sides of the community-police divide in "Black & Blue: Inside the Divide Between the Police & Black America." RSVP.
Lewis Hall 101, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Fri            9/8           11 am
Tai Chi at the Fowler
Master Peter Asco leads free Tai Chi lessons with basic training in Chi-Kung followed by tea in the courtyard & gallery viewing of "How to Make the Universe Right."
Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA
310/825-4169    •     fowler.ucla.edu

Fri            9/8           12 noon
Artist Talk at LMU
A conversation with LA-based artist Carolyn Castaño in conjunction with her exhibition "A Female Topography."
Murphy Recital Hall, Loyola Marymount, 1 LMU Drive, Westchester
310/338-2880    •    lmu.edu

Fri            9/8           12 noon
Concert in Torrance
First Fridays at First welcomes the prize-winning Los Angeles Ensemble in recital.
1st Lutheran Church, 2900 W Carson St, Torrance
310/320-9920    •    palosverdes.com/ClassicalCrossroads

Fri            9/8           12:30 pm
Music at CLU
Bring lunch for a short respite as Joseph Peeples showcases the 2,109-pipe Borg Petersen Memorial Organ.
Samuelson Chapel, Cal Lutheran U, 60 W Olsen Rd, Thousand Oaks
805/493-3306    •    callutheran.edu

Fri            9/8           4 pm
Music Talk at Pomona College
New York-based composer/pianist Karen Walwyn speaks about her work.
Lyman Hall, Pomona College, 150 E 4th St, Claremont
909/607-2671    •    music.pomona.edu

Fri            9/8           5 - 11 pm (also 9/9, 9/10)
Festival in Walnut Park
The Florence-Firestone/Walnut Park Summer Fest takes up 6 blocks of downtown, with exhibits, arts & crafts, live entertainment, clowns, carnival rides, & more. 
Pacific Blvd from Florence to Grand, Walnut Park
323/589-4222   •    FFWPChamber.org

Fri            9/8           6 - 8 pm
Jazz at LACMA
Kick back with an evening of open galleries, outdoor bars, & live jazz from an all-star trio (Eric Reed, John Clayton, & Kevin Kenner) as part of the 9th Annual LA Jazz Treasure Award to Lalo Schifrin.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Fri            9/8           6 - 9 pm
Music Festival in Claremont
Our area's most musical city presents Friday Nights Live on 4 outdoor stages. Tonight: Dynamite Dawson, Mario Rojas & Saturday Night Pink, A Choired Taste, & Adrienne Selina.
Claremont Village, around 2nd & Yale, Claremont
909/626-1147    •    claremontevents.com

Fri            9/8           6 - 10 pm
Salsa at LA Plaza
Summer of Salsa: Bring your dancing shoes for an evening with the Arsenio Rodriguez Project; food available.
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, 501 N Main St, Downtown LA
213/542-6226    •    http://lapca.org

Fri            9/8           6:30 pm
Outdoor Music at Scripps College
Levitt on the Lawn: La Misa Negra brings on their electrifying blend of 1950s- & 60s-style cumbia & high-energy, Afro-Colombian dance music.
Bowling Green, Scripps College, 1030 Columbia Ave, Claremont
909/1870    •    collegescalendar.org

Sat           9/8           7 - 10 pm
Opening at Art Share LA
Reception for the new group show "UnSilent Spring," focusing on flora & fauna, & the adjustments we are making so they can survive & thrive.
Art Share LA, 801 E 4th Place, Downtown LA
213/687-4278    •    artsharela.org

Fri            9/8           7 - 10 pm
Cuba at the Annenberg
Opening Party to celebrate the opening of the new exhibit "Cuba Is," revealing the complexities of Cuban life both on & off the island. RSVP online.
Annenberg Space for Photography, 10050 Constellation, Century City
213/403-3000    •    annenbergphotospace.org

Fri            9/8           7:30 pm
Concert at USC
The Triumph of Life: Carl St.Clair leads the USC Thornton Symphony in Mahler's vivid tone poem, Totenfeier, & Prokofiev's joyous Fifth Symphony.
Bovard Auditorium, USC
213/740-2584    •    usc.edu

Fri            9/8           7:30 pm
Americana in MacArthur Park
Levitt Pavilion & Spaceland present the Eagle Rock Gospel Singers, a collective of friends embrace the richness of early 20th century recordings.
MacArthur Park, Wilshire & S. Park View St, Mid-Wilshire
213/384-5701    •    levittla.org

Fri            9/8           7:30 pm
Comedy at USC
"Stand-Ups Speak Out: Comedy, Race, & Identity" Performances by stand-up comedians David A. Arnold, JR De Guzman, Jenny Yang, & Priyanka Wali prove that we can laugh our way to a more just world. RSVP.
Tommy's Place, USC
213/740-6786    •    usc.edu

Fri            9/8           8 pm (see 9/6)
Macbeth at the Lummis House

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Sat           9/9           8 am
Bird Walk in Placerita Canyon
Join the Audubon for an exploration of avian life; bring plenty of water & wear sturdy shoes.
Nature Center, 19152 Placerita Canyon Rd, Newhall
661/259-7721    •    sfvaudubon.org

Sat           9/9           10 am (also 9/23)
Dune Walk in Ballona Wetlands
Tour the freshwater marsh & see a variety of birds, learn about native plants & how the freshwater system works.
Visitors Center, Playa Vista so. of Jefferson, Playa del Rey
310/306-5994    •    ballonafriends.org

Sat           9/9           10 am - 12 noon
Genealogy at the Workman Homestead
It's All Relative: Researching Family History - Go back to your roots in a 2-part, interactive workshop (2nd part 9/23). RSVP.
Homestead Museum, 15415 E Don Julian Rd, City of Industry
626/968-8492    •    Homesteadmuseum.org

Sat           9/9           10:30 am
Gardening at the Hill Ave Library
Master Gardener Yvonne Savio presents "Seed Saving: Wet Seeds & Dry Seeds."
​Hill Avenue Branch Library, 55 S Hill Ave, Pasadena
http://gardeninginla.net

Sat           9/9           10:30 am
Food History at LAPL
Linda Civitello speaks on "America Takes the Cake" for the Culinary Historians of So Cal.
Taper Auditorium, LA Public Library, 5th & Flower, Downtown LA
213/228-7201    •    lapl.org

Sat           9/9           10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Tour en Español of Union Station
In Spanish only: Explore the beloved station in a 90-minute tour of the architecture & art, visiting spaces not generally open to the public. Meet at the info kiosk.
Union Station. 800 N Alameda St, Downtown LA
metro.net/about/art

Sat           9/9           11 am
Wildfires at the Autry
"Burning Questions" A panel of scientists, historians, & economists discuss crucial questions about the role of fire in Southern California. RSVP.
Museum of the Amer West, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park
323/667-2000    •   theautry.org

Sat           9/9           11 am - 2 pm
Craft Lounge at the Camera Obscura
Santa Monica's new art space invites all crafters to drop in with a project & work on it in the company of others. Sewing machines, supplies, & tools available.
Camera Obscura, 1450 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica
310/458-2239    •    smgov.net/departments/CCS

Sat           9/9           11 am - 2:30 pm
Little Tokyo at JANM
An interactive program that looks at the long history of Japanese American activism in Little Tokyo through the lens of an innovative project: Japanese American Community Services-Asian Involvement (JACS-AI). RSVP.
Japanese Amer. Nat'l Museum, 369 E 1st St, Little Tokyo
213/625-0414       •        janm.org

Sat           9/9           11 am - 6 pm (also 9/10)
Opening Party at the Inst. of Contemporary Art
The new Arts District museum opens its doors with a weekend of talks, tours, workshops & celebration, & the new PST LA/LA exhibit on Martin Ramirez.
ICA LA, 1717 E 7th St, Downtown LA
310/284-8100    •    theicala.org

Sat           9/9           11 am - 11 pm (see 9/8)
Festival in Walnut Park

Sat           9/9           12 noon
Chamber Music at the Edendale Library
Edendale Up Close Concerts: The Edendale Ensemble presents award-winning violinist Annelle Kazumi Gregory playing Prokofiev, Ysaye, Ernst, Milstein, & more.
Edendale Branch of LAPL, 2011 W Sunset Blvd, Echo Park.
213/207-3000    •    edendaleupclose.blogspot.com

Sat           9/9           12 noon - 4 pm
Chalk on the RB Pier
The 16th annual Chalk Art Festival turns the Redondo Beach Pier into a concrete canvas. Live music & prizes.
100 Fisherman’s Wharf, Redondo Beach
310/318-0631   •    redondopier.com

Sat           9/9           1 pm
Gallery Talk at the Norton Simon
"Artists, Teachers & Mentors" Learn how artists like Boudin & Pissarro influenced & encouraged their pupils & mentees. Free w/admission; sign up at Info Desk.
Norton Simon Museum, 411 W Colorado, Pasadena
626/844-6905    •    nortonsimon.org

Sat           9/9           1 pm
Art Talk at LACMA
East Coast, West Coast: Pamela Lee takes a look at the art scenes in New York & LA at the time Virginia Dwan operated her galleries in both cities.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Sat           9/9           2 pm
Concert at the Brand Library
Music from the USAF Band of the Golden West Clarinet Quartet.
Brand Library, 1601 W Mountain, Glendale
818/548-2051    •    glendaleca.gov

Sat           9/9           2 pm
Architects at Hennessey & Ingalls
KCRW's Frances Anderton leads a discussion with Bob Hale, Frank Clementi, Julie Smith-Clementi & Samantha Harris of the LA-based Rios Clementi Hale Studios.
Hennessey & Ingalls, 300 S Santa Fe Ave, Downtown LA

Sat           9/9           2 pm
Concert at the West Covina Library
Relax with an afternoon of classical guitar music.
Library, 1601 W Covina Pkwy, West Covina
626/962-3541    •    colapublib.org

Sat           9/9           2 pm
Lenny at LAPL
To celebrate Banned Books Week, LA Made screens the Academy Award-nominated documentary "Swear to Tell The Truth," on the life & work of Lenny Bruce. Discussion with director Robert Weide & comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff follows.
LA Public Library, 5th & Flower, Downtown LA
213/228-7025    •    lapl.org

Sat           9/9           2 pm
Architecture at SMPL
The Society of Architectural Historians presents Sarah Schrank, discussing her new book, "Sunshine Architecture: Naked Living & the Rethinking of the American Suburbs."
Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica
800/972-4722    •    sahscc.org

Sat           9/9           2 - 4 pm
Kids' Club at 7th & Fig
Giant Origami Crane: Fold & decorate a big, beautiful bird, using classic origami.
Taste Court, 7th & Figueroa, Downtown LA
213/955-7150    •    figat7th.com

Sat           9/9           2 pm
Concert at the Norwalk Library
The LA County Arts Commission presents live music from the Finger Dancers.
Library, 12350 Imperial Hwy, Norwalk
http://lacountyarts.org

Sat           9/9           2 - 4 pm
Concert at the Walnut Library
The LA County Arts Commission presents live music from Aaron & Jane Music.
Library, 21155 La Puente Rd, Walnut
http://lacountyarts.org

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

Sat           9/9           2 - 5 pm
Faith Evans at Crenshaw Plaza
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw celebrates 70 years in the community with a special live performance by the R&B songstress.
Crenshaw Plaza, 3650 MLK Blvd, Leimert Park
323/290-6636    •    crenshawplaza.com

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

Sat           9/9           3 pm
Nature Walk in Rancho Palos Verdes
Pelican Cove - Admire picturesque ocean views & restored seaside buckwheat-covered bluff tops on a moderate hike.
Pelican Cove, 31300 Palos Verdes Dr. S, RPV
310/541-7613    •    pvplc.org

Sat           9/9           3 pm
Travel at Book Soup
Mike & Anne Howard present "Ultimate Journeys for Two: Extraordinary Destinations on Every Continent."
Book Soup, 8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
310/659-3110    •    booksoup.com

Sat           9/9           3 pm
Greek Theater at the Getty
Euripides's Iphigenia & the Downfall of Athens: Translator Nicholas Rudall examines classical drama, the different interpretations of the Agamemnon story, & how these plays reflected life in ancient Athens. RSVP.
Williams Auditorium, Getty Center, Brentwood
310/440-7300    •    getty.edu

Sat           9/9           4 pm
MESS at the UnUrban
Gerry Fialka's Media Ecology Soul Salon presents an interview with playwright Steve Fife.
UnUrban Coffeehouse, 3301 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica
310/306-7330    •    laughtears.com

Sat           9/9           4 pm
Gallery Talk at Pomona College
Artist Rita Ponce de León & scholar & catalog essayist Daniel Garza Usabiaga discuss "Prometheus 2017: Four Artists from Mexico Revisit Orozco." Part of PST:LA/LA.
Pomona College Museum of Art, 333 N. College Way, Claremont
909/621-8283    •    pomona.edu/museum

Sat           9/9           5 pm
Concert at Glendale SDA
The Second Saturday Series presents an afternoon of music from Pavel Gintov, piano & Dimitry Olevsky, violin.
Glendale City 7th-day Adventist, 610 E California Ave, Glendale
626/398-0658    •    glendalecitysda.com

Sat           9/9           5 pm
Folk Music at Peter Strauss
Tiny Porch Concerts: An afternoon of modern folk with The Way Down Wanderers, equal parts fast-paced & soulful.
Peter Strauss Ranch, 30000 Mulholland Hwy, Agoura
818/632-5553    •    tinyporchconcerts.com

Sat           9/9           5 - 7 pm
Art at Pomona College
Opening Reception for "Prometheus 2017: Four Artists from Mexico Revisit Orozco." Part of PST:LA/LA.
Pomona College Museum of Art, 333 N. College Way, Claremont
909/621-8283    •    pomona.edu/museum

Sat           9/9           5 - 9 pm
Street Party in Lancaster
Celebrate America pays tribute to our nation & those who have served it with live music, a classic car & motorcycle show, a pie eating contest, & a wide variety of activities for all ages. Check website to verify.
600 Block of W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster
661/723-6250    •    cityoflancasterca.org

Sun          9/9           6 pm
Folk Music at Peter Strauss
Tiny Porch Concerts presents an afternoon with 5-piece modern-folk Americana act, The Way Down Wanderers. RSVP.
Peter Strauss Ranch, 30000 Mulholland Highway, Agoura Hills
818/382-4819    •    tinyporchconcerts.com

Sat           9/9           6 pm
Film at LACMA
Screening of the 2014 documentary about looted artwoks, "Out of the Maya Tombs," followed by a panel discussion with director David Lebrun, curator Megan O’Neil, & archaeologist Michelle Rich.
LA County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire, Miracle Mile
323/857-6010    •    lacma.org

Sat           9/9           6 pm
Opening at Woodbury Hollywood
Reception for "A 5th Ecology" with 25+ architects, artists & designers exploring ways in which Reyner Banham's reading of LA can inform our inquiry of the city today.
Woodbury U Architecture Gallery, 6518 Hollywood Blvd, Hwd
818/767-0888    •    woodbury.edu

Sat           9/9           6 - 9 pm
Opening at Gallery 825
The non-profit LA Art Association gallery hosts a reception for solo exhibitions by Flora Kao, Karchi Perlmann, John Rosewall & Ken Weingart.
LAAA/Gallery 825, 825 N La Cienega Blvd, LA
310/652-8272    •    laaa.org

Sat           9/9           6:30 pm
90's Movies at North Hollywood Park
NoHo Summer Nights: Enjoy art booths, food trucks, & a screening of "Men In Black" (1997).
North Hollywood Park, 11430 Chandler Blvd, NoHo
818/704-1358    •    valleycultural.org

Sat           9/9           7 pm
Movies in Agoura Hills
Outdoor screening of "Beauty & The Beast" (2017). Bring chairs.
Reyes Adobe Park, 30400 Rainbow Crest Dr, Agoura Hills
818/597-7361    •    ci.agoura-hills.ca.us

Sat           9/9           7 pm
Art Film at the Getty
Writer-director Dorata Kobiela screens & discusses her film "Loving Vincent," the world's first oil painted feature film. RSVP.
Courtyard, Getty Center, Brentwood
310/440-7300    •    getty.edu

Sat           9/9           7 pm
Amphitheater Concert in Altadena
The Sheriff's Support Group presents Hot August Night in a tribute to Neil Diamond. Bench seats, beer & food for sale.
Farnsworth Park, 568 E Mt. Curve Ave, Altadena
626/798-6335   •    altadenasheriffs.org

Sat           9/9           7 - 9 pm
Opening at Joan
Reception for "More Light," a group show with work by 20 artists.
Joan, 4300 W Jefferson Blvd, LA
joanlosangeles.org

Sat           9/9           7 - 10 pm
Gallery Night in Northeast LA
Second Saturday: Explore Eagle Rock, Highland Park, & North LA as two dozen galleries & art spaces open their doors with receptions, exhibits, & more. See website for map + bike tour info.
323/850-8566    •    NELAart.org

Sat           9/9           7 - 10 pm
Openings at Avenue 50
Reception for the group shows "Along the Border/A lo Largo de la Frontera," "Paisanos," + "Foward Motion – Painting through Depression."
Avenue 50 Studio, 131 N Avenue 50, Highland Park
323/258-1435    •    avenue50studio.org

Sun          9/9           7 - 11 pm
Opening at Art Share LA
Reception for "Ruff, Rugged & Raw," celebrating the work of photographers Danny Hastings, B+, & Xiouping, who documented one of the most iconic eras in hip-hop music, the 1990’s.
Art Share LA, 801 E 4th Place, Downtown LA
213/687-4278    •    artsharela.org

Sat           9/9           8 pm (see 9/6)
Macbeth at the Lummis House

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