5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Noted art historians and scholars convene in this two-day symposium on the occasion of the exhibition Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky to shed new light on the extraordinary response of artists in Germany and France to key developments in modern art in the early 20th century.
For the first time in a major museum exhibition, LACMA presents Expressionism not as a distinctly German style, but as an international movement in which artists responded with various aesthetic approaches to the work of modern masters. The German side of the story has been less well known in the United States until just recently, and LACMA's groundbreaking exhibition provides visitors and scholars alike an opportunity to explore the nuances of the interrelationship between a group of artists that includes not just Van Gogh and Kandinsky, but Henri Matisse, Georges Braque, Andre Derain, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and many others. Sponsored by the museum and the Historians of German and Central European Art, topics presented explore in depth the relationship between French art and Germany artists, Cubism's impact, and the impact of non-Western art on European art from this era.
1000 Hanley Avenue, CA 90049, 0
10:30am to 11:30am
Have you seen a sparkle out of the corner of your eye, or a special shimmer in a dewdrop, or maybe a twinkling in the night sky? That means the Faeries are here!!! With Auntie Angelica as your guide, travel to Faeryland to meet Faery Royalty, go on a quest and maybe, make a new faery friend. This gentle interactive show is faery fun for boys and girls, and the young-at-heart. Wear your faery wings and costumes to join in the fun.
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The cost: $12.50
Reservations suggested: 818-324-6802; www.afaeryhunt.com
Groups and birthdays are welcome.
5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Discover LACMA's extraordinary collection of textiles throughout the museum. Find quilts, clothing, and even kimonos in the galleries. Take inspiration from the works you see, then design your own textile creations.
While you're here, visit the Broad Contemporary Art Museum to see more than a thousand miniature cars zooming through Chris Burden's kinetic sculpture, Metropolis II, in action every Sunday at the following times: 10:30–11:30 am; 12:30–1:30 pm; 2:30–3:30 pm; 4:30–5:30 pm.
North Campus of UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095
On the closing day of Rigo 23: From the Heart of Santa Madera celebrate this intriguing exhibition with a day of street art. Work together to think about how we can save the environment, create a temporary mural, play with sidewalk chalk, make your own sticker to trade with friends, and learn about “yarn bombing.” The world is your canvas!
North Campus at UCLA, Los Angeles, 90095
Take a look at the stunning cloth in Yards of Style, African-Print Cloths of Ghana, Embroidery as Activism in Post-Apartheid South Africa, and Textiles of Timor, then learn techniques for weaving and decorating your own fabric to create a take-home textile.
This event is part of an afternoon of textiles programs, including an opening day curatorial talk for Textiles of Timor at 3 pm with a reception following.
LA Clipper Matt Barnes and music icon Snoop Dogg will host the 2nd annual Athletes vs. Cancer Celebrity Flag Football Game
Sunday, September 7th at Granada Hills Charter High School- 10535 Zelzah Ave., Granada Hills, CA 91344
This FAMILY FRIENDLY event is open to attendees of all ages and proceeds benefit Athletes vs. Cancer as well as the Snoop Youth Football League.
Attendees to include Snoop Dogg, Matt Barnes, Gloria Govan-Barnes, Nick Young, Rodney Peete, Nate Robinson, DJ Quik, DJ Mayo, Marcellus Wiley, Mike Epps, Ray J, Antoine Walker, Corey Maggette, Omar Gooding, Jackie Long, Red Grant, Brandi Garcia (93.5 KDAY) and MANY MORE!
Tickets available at the gate.
695 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
“When a virus blasts the nation, leaving most sufferers only feverish, a handful with acute meningitis, and an unfortunate one percent so completely locked in that they can't speak or even move, scientists come to the rescue with two initiatives. One is a virtual-reality environment, "The Agora," that allows the locked-in to interact with others. The other involves the discovery that a few folks have brains receptive to being controlled by others, allowing the locked-in to hop aboard and use the bodies of these people as their own.”- Library Journal