Come paint with us! Located next to the Korean and Chinese galleries, the Boone Children’s Gallery is a free creative space where visitors of all ages are invited to learn the art of East Asian brush painting. No prior art-making experience is necessary. Friendly and helpful staff introduce painting techniques, offer tips, and even provide high chairs for very young artists. Visitors sit at communal tables in this fun, family-friendly, and resourceful place to relax, create, and make new friends.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture and art by exploring the outstanding collection of painting, netsuke, ceramics, and prints on this 50-minute tour that looks at the museum's collection of works dating from 3000 B.C. to the present. Taking place in the Pavilion for Japanese Art, the tour is enhanced by the unique viewing experience.
6010 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
Hunnypot Radio is our bi-weekly, internet-based radio experience. Launched in November 2005, Hunnypot Radio is pure, unencumbered, freeform “edutainment” at its finest. Hunnypot Radio DJ/hosts are joined by music and entertainment industry professionals, artists and songwriters and the creative community at large to celebrate our favorite music (old and new), discuss current cultural and musical trends and share opinions on the state of the industry. Hunnypot Radio features live in-studio performances by some of the most exciting and diverse artists in music today.
For members only. Includes a conversation with writer-director Alex Gibney
Academy Award®–winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney has never shied away from controversial subjects: from his 2007 film, Taxi to the Dark Side, which detailed the circumstance behind the death of an Afghani taxi driver at the hands of American soldiers, to his groundbreaking factual look at financial maleficence in 2005’s Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. In his newest film for HBO, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (which recently played at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival), he turns to Lawrence Wright’s exciting and tough-minded 2013 nonfiction book of the same name (Wright also serves as a producer on the documentary). Gibney gets eloquent interviews from disenchanted former members of the Church of Scientology—such as writer-director Paul Haggis and Spanky Taylor (former liaison to John Travolta). Going Clear offers a look at the history of Scientology and looks at allegations of intimidation in many forms made against the religion and its leadership. Gibney will be in attendance for a Q&A after the screening.
11461 Sunset Boulevard, LOS ANGELES, 90049
9:00am to 2:00pm
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, which raises money to fund cutting-edge research for the understanding, early detection, treatment, prevention and cure of mental illness, presents Discovery to Recovery: A Path to Healthy Minds, a mental health conference featuring cutting-edge information on early intervention, relapse prevention and recovery for caregivers, family members, people living with mental illness, and mental health professionals, Tuesday, March 10, 2015 , 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, 11461 Sunset Boulevard.
The conference begins with a panel discussion on family resilience, followed by small group sessions on Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Schizophrenia and the role of genetics in treatment. It concludes with a luncheon, featuring a keynote presentation Living with Bipolar Disorder by former Superbowl champion Keith O’Neil, who played in the NFL with undiagnosed bipolar disorder; he is president and founder of the 4th and Forever Foundation, which raises awareness and funds for mental health research.
For more information or to register online, visit www.bbrfoundation.org/LA. The cost to attend, including admission to all sessions, educational materials, continental breakfast and lunch, is $100 per person or $150 for two people.
5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Villa @ Goethe presents Film and Q&A German, English and Hebrew with English subtitles. Dir. Alice Agneskirchner, Germany, 2013, 84 min., German, English and Hebrew with English subtitles, digital. Attracted by its cosmopolitan and international atmosphere, Berlin has become a magnet for young Israelis - and the three characters at the center of this film are no exception. Three generations after the Holocaust, Eyal, Yael and Yoav embark on a complex journey into the past by retracing the lives and refurnishing the original apartment of the Adlers, Galician Jews who came to Berlin 100 years ago to fulfill their dream of a free and successful life, only to be deported by the National Socialist regime. The apartment turns into a space for encounters with both the present and the past. Presented in cooperation with the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival and the Jewish Journal. Discussion with filmmaker Alice Agneskirchner, moderated by Susan Freudenheim, Executive Editor of the Jewish Journal, and reception following the screening. Please RSVP by March 9th, 2015 via 323.525.3388 or [email protected]
1968, 91 minutes, black and white, 35mm
Directed by François Truffaut; written by François Truffaut, Claude de Givray and Bernard Revon; with Jean-Pierre Léaud, Delphine Seyrig, Michael Lonsdale, Claude Jade, Harry-Max, André Falcon, Daniel Ceccaldi, Claire Duhamel, Catherine Lutz, Serge Rousse
Mischievous and perpetually love-struck Doinel has been dishonorably discharged from the army and released onto the streets of Paris, where he stumbles into the unlikely profession of private detective and embarks on a series of misadventures. Whimsical, nostalgic, and irrepressibly romantic, Stolen Kisses is Truffaut’s timeless ode to the passion and impetuosity of youth.
Preceded by the short film, Antoine and Colette.