245 Charles E. Young Drive East, Los Angeles, CA 90095
"Poets are soldiers that liberate words from the steadfast possession of definition." — Eli Khamarov
The Poetry Bureau returns, setting up shop in front of the Freud Playhouse for 2 nights only. Manned by more than 20 local and student poets writing on-the-spot original poetry on manual typewriters, The Bureau provides an opportunity for words to sing, a compelling counterpoint to the original text of The Suit, which was banned during Apartheid.
Open Mic @ 9:30
Immediately following the performance, Bureau Poets and participants will read some of their poems in an informal open mic in the Freud Courtyard. Bring your words and share a glass of wine. A typewriter is waiting…
LifeRhythm seamlessly blends the sublime virtuosity of renowned percussionist Ryutaro Kaneko with the undeniable energy of TAIKOPROJECT, an ensemble of premiere taiko drummers committed to preserving and advancing the Japanese art of taiko in the U.S. From the small Japanese cymbals known as chappa to the five-foot-diameter, 300-pound Ohira drum, LifeRhythm showcases a variety of taiko instruments, as well as the yokobue (Japanese bamboo flute), marimba, and koto (Japanese harp), in an unforgettable heart-pounding experience.
One of the most important artists of the 20th century, Alexander Calder revolutionized modern sculpture. Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic, with significant cooperation from the Calder Foundation, explores the artist’s radical translation of French Surrealist vocabulary into American vernacular.
1404 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, 90401
This magical production of “The Wizard of OZ” will take you into a far away world down the yellow brick road in a fun Mini Musical performance that is a Cinematic-Theatrical-Interactive-Musical blending of film and screen technology with live action.
Student ensembles from the Ed and Mari Edelman Chamber Music Institute at the Colburn School present a performance at LACMA.
The chamber ensembles for the Colburn School have been prizewinners in numerous competitions, including the Coleman Chamber Music Competition and the Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival, and have appeared on the nationally syndicated Public Radio International series From the Top.
The Ed and Mari Edelman Chamber Music Institute at the Colburn School offers one of the most comprehensive and intense pre-college– level chamber-music learning experiences of any music school in North America.
North Campus at UCLA, Los Angeles, 90095
Exhibition preview and gallery walkthrough with Karen Milbourne, Curator of Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa. Art workshop facilitated by Corrie Siegel.
Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa is the first major exhibition to examine the conceptually complex and visually rich relationship between African artists and the land upon which they live. The exhibition features more than one hundred exceptional works of art from the 19th–21st centuries, including examples by many internationally recognized and emerging contemporary artists from the continent and its diasporas—all of whom draw on the land for inspiration. Earth Matters examines the most poignant relationships that Africans have with the land, as a sacred or medicinal material, as the site of mining and burial, as a source of inspiration, and as an environment in need of protection. This teacher walkthrough with curator Karen Milbourne explores the multilayered and interdisciplinary connections teachers may draw from the exhibition Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa. Teachers will have an opportunity to discuss connecting themes within their classroom while engaging in a hands on clay workshop that explores earth as material and inspiration with Corrie Siegel, Education Manager at the Fowler Museum.
1930, 90 minutes, black and white, 35mm | Written by Jules Furthman; directed by Josef von Sternberg; with Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, Adolphe Menjou, and Ullrich Haupt
Screen stars Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, and Adolphe Menjou lead a cast in a narrative about a sultry cabaret singer who falls hard for a Foreign Legionnaire.