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Friday, October 7

Into the Night: Pop for the People

Skirball Cultural Center

2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049


Come have fun with things that go “pop” at this after-dark shindig featuring LA-based synth-pop musician Seth Bogart and alt-electro artist Chela.

Also enjoy rare late-night gallery hours for Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in L.A., pop-up activities, “POP-ular” cocktails, foods that “pop,” and many more surprises. Attendees are also invited to come dressed up in their boldest and brightest Pop Art–inspired makeup and costumes.

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind nighttime experience under the stars!

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Rumi's Mystical Journey

Shoenberg Hall

445 Charles E Young Dr E, Los Angeles, CA, 90095


Rumi’s Mystical Journey is a musical performance at UCLA’s Schoenberg Hall to celebrate Rumi’s search for the union with the Beloved. Join us to in experiencing Rumi’s epic journey through musical expression of his mystic and Sufi poetry.

This performance will feature Iranian classical music and dance. It will also showcase music from the North Indian and Turkish classical traditions. It is the hope of the organizer and participating performers that this event will broaden the reach of Rumi’s humble message of divine love by bringing more audiences to his passion and faith through music. To introduce those who possess a cursory understanding of Rumi to a more in depth exploration of his life, longing, and search for meaning. To bring to life the man who lived so long ago.

This event is organized by Farzad Amoozegar, a dual doctorate student at the UCLA’s department of Anthropology and Ethnomusicology departments. Farzad’s anthropology project encompasses ethics and social suffering; trauma and children; violence and subjectivity; and phenomenology of pain in the West Bank. His ethnomusicology doctorate addresses hermeneutics and critical theory; phenomenology of music; language of authority and ownership; ethics and aesthetics in performance in Iran traditional music.

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Saturday, October 8

Sunday, October 9

Mark Bittman: How to Bake Everything

Skirball Cultural Center

2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049


Beloved food writer and author of more than a dozen cookbooks, Mark Bittman returns to discuss his latest book, How to Bake Everything, in conversation with in conversation with L.A. Times food editor Amy Scattergood. This comprehensive baker’s resource offers classic American favorites as well as global recipes, variations, vegan adaptations, and Bittman’s signature mix-and-match charts for novices and experienced bakers.

An advocate for food justice, Bittman brings his mission—guaranteeing that food is fair, affordable, nutritious, green, and delicious—to the Skirball.

Books available for purchase. A book signing and tasting of Bittman’s recipes follow the program.

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