Los Angeles, 90037
12:00pm to 11:00pm
Shaun White's Air + Style returns to Los Angeles on Feb 20-21 at EXPO Park at LA Coliseum! The two day festival features music on two stages along with art, fashion, and technology exhibits, and the world’s best snowboarders going head to head on Air + Style’s signature 16 story high snowboard jump.
Full Line Up Includes: J. Cole, Incubus, Kaskade, HAIM, Big Grams, All Time Low, Action Bronson, Rudimental, A-Trak, Gramatik, Netsky, A$AP Ferg, Danny Brown, Flatbush Zombies, Travis Barker, The Struts, Migos, Allie X, Kaneholler and Bas, Cozz & Omen.
Event Date: February 20 -21
Location: EXPO Park at LA Coliseum
Tickets available NOW - this is an all ages event, kids under 10 are FREE with a ticketed adult.
900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, 90007
1:00pm to 4:00pm
What are the secrets behind the umami packed flavor of Korea’s national food, kimchi? Join us for a special workshop to find out! Participate in a hands-on workshop to make your own jar of kimchi, as we recreate the annual custom of “kimjang” in the Museum’s Edible Garden. Instructor Hae Jung Cho will share her personal recipe for Poggi Kimchi made from whole napa cabbage. Discover the Korean cookery of kimchee. Online registration available. Spaces are limited. Hope to see you there!
10580 1/2 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064
2:30pm to 3:00pm
Join local author Cylin Busby in celebration of the publication of her adventure-filled middle grade novel, The Nine Live of Jacob Tibbs. Captain Natick does not want to take a kitten on board his ship when it sets sail in 1847, but his daughter convinces him that the scrawny yellow cat will bring good luck. Onto the ship the kitten goes, and so begins the adventurous, cliff-hanging, lucky life of Jacob Tibbs. For ages 8 to 12. FREE
7377 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, 90046
4:00pm to 5:30pm
Performing for the City of West Hollywood's Winter Sounds concert series is clarinetist Jack Malmstrom. He will be leading Jack's Cats with a sound grounded in vintage 30s and 40s swing. Dancing is encouraged! Parking is free. For more info visit our website.
699 South Mill Avenue, Suite 108, Tempe, 85281
6:30pm to 11:00pm
a benefit for the ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center
at the ASU Art Museum Brickyard
We’re getting ready for a high-energy party!s
Ceram-A-Rama 2016 will be an unforgettable night of drinks, appetizers, silent and live auctions and music at the ASU Art Museum Brickyard. This year’s event honors Paul J. Smith, director emeritus of the Museum of Art and Design in New York City, on the occasion of his new exhibition of artist portraits at the museum. The festivities also coincide with the 15th Annual Self-Guided Ceramic Studio Tour organized by the CRC Artists Advisory Committee, Feb. 20–21, 2016. While you’re here, experience the full spectrum of ceramics in the Phoenix-metro area with a special VIP package.
Ceram-A-Rama VIP Package includes:
Evening tour kickoff event on Feb. 17 with Ceramic Studio Tour artists;
Two-day bus tour of the valley led by retired Ceramics Research Center curator Peter Held, Feb. 18–19 – visit collector’s homes, artist studios, local cultural attractions and private receptions (detailed information for the bus tour);
Reserved seats for a special lecture with Paul J. Smith;
Exclusive dining and shopping opportunities; and
VIP admission and seating at the Ceram-A-Rama party at the ASU Art Museum Brickyard, Feb. 20, where we’re hosting live and silent auctions of regionally and nationally renowned artists.
Get your tickets now!
•$500 Two – Day VIP Bus Tour Package per person
Includes: VIP Ceram-A-Rama Ticket
•$650 VIP Ceram-A-Rama table of eight
•$100 VIP Ceram-A-Rama ticket per person
Includes: Ceram-A-Rama Ticket plus
Reserved seating for lecture by Paul J. Smith
VIP reception with Paul J. Smith
Reserved seating at Ceram-A-Rama
Pre-paid parking at the Brickyard
•$35 Ceram-A-Rama ticket per person
•$25 Ceram-A-Rama Early Bird ticket per person (end Feb. 13)
Open bar and complementary appetizers
Live music and dancing
Silent and live auctions
Free parking in Lot 20 near ASU Art Museum (Mill &10th)
To reserve your VIP package today, or to inquire about donation of artwork and volunteer opportunities, contact Mary-Beth Buesgen at [email protected].
340 Royce Drive, Los Angeles, 90095
bert McDuffie, conductor and soloist / Marc Williams, resident conductor / -- Glass: The American Four Seasons / Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade / -- Famed violinist Robert McDuffie joins AYS to play and conduct Philip Glass Violin Concerto No. 2 The American Four Seasons, a work written specially for McDuffie, inspired by Vivaldis Baroque Classic. -- Rimsky-Korsakovs Scheherazade, conducted by AYS Resident Conductor Marc Williams, will unleash excitement as this passionate musical adaptation of the classic Arabian folk tale reverberates through Royce Hall.
18230 Kittridge Street, CA, 91335
Back by popular demand, Center Stage Opera again brings the Great White Way to the Valley, when an all-star cast joins the Center Stage Opera Orchestra for a concert of some of Broadways greatest hits. With new selections from favorite musicals, old and new, this concert will be sure to have you humming along and tapping your toes. You won’t want to miss this feel-good concert of the year! Center Stage Opera is pleased to announce our special guest star, 4-time Grammy winner Deniece Williams!