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Sunday, July 31

Ford Theatres Summer Season: Element Band Live

Ford Theatres

2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East, Hollywood, CA 90068

7:30pm

Element Band brings their upbeat energy to the Ford with a performance of acoustic Armenian music featuring compositions from their new album, due to release at this concert. Founded in 2005 by music director Ara Dabandjian, Element Band is comprised of multi-instrumentalists who play a variety of traditional and non-traditional instruments, including the oud, guitar, accordion, cello and horns.

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Monday, August 1

guardNOW private event security guard services

los angeels convention center

2202 South Figueroa St #354, Los Angeles, 90007

10:00am to 11:00am

guardNOW provides on-demand security guard services for parties, events, and many more occasions. Give us a call to see how we can help you. We service los angeles, and orange counties. Rent or hire a temporary private security guard services who specializes in un/armed events, parties, weddings, alarm response, quinceanera, and much more.

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FAMILY Art Quest!

Getty Center

1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049

11:00am

Join local artist Becca Lofchie for a day of creating patterns and imagery with just a few basic shapes. Inspired by the exhibition Roman Mosaics across the Empire and the tilework found throughout the Getty Villa, participants will help "wrap" the Villa’s Outer Peristyle Garden with their own ephemeral paper mosaic creations. 11am-3pm

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See the Michael Jackson Exhibit at the Grammy Museum

GRAMMY Museum

800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, 90015

11:15am

"The overwhelming response to our earlier exhibits speaks to Jackson's unparalleled place in music history and the public's deep connection to his music.  We're excited to share even more of Jackson's life and legacy with his fans and we hope it serves as a fitting tribute to one of the most significant entertainers in music history."

- Bob Santelli, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum

In October 2009 the GRAMMY Museum debuted Michael Jackson: A Musical Legacy, the temporary memorial display that was launched following Jackson's death in June 2009. The Museum’s current tribute to Jackson resides on the third floor and features two cases of artifacts that portray Jackson’s early career as a member of the Jackson 5, and his successful solo career as a singer and performer. Featured artifacts include Jackson's trademark sequin gloves, elaborately embellished jackets and items worn in the music video for his hit song “Thriller,” including the famous varsity jacket and red leather jacket. 

 

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Get Center's Roman Mosaics

Getty Center

1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049

12:00pm

Roman decor was unique for the elaborate mosaic floors that transformed entire rooms into spectacular settings of vibrant color, figural imagery, and geometric design. Scenes from mythology, daily life, the natural world, and spectacles in the arena enlivened interior spaces and reflected the cultural ambitions of wealthy patrons. Drawn primarily from the Getty Museum's collection, this exhibition presents the artistry of mosaics as well as the contexts of their discovery across Rome's expanding empire—from its center in Italy to provinces in North Africa, southern Gaul, and ancient Syria.

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London Calling: Bacon, Freud, Kossoff, Andrews, Auerbach, and Kitaj

Getty Center

1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049

12:15pm

From the 1940s onward, as contemporary art came to be increasingly dominated by abstraction, conceptualism, and minimalism, a group of painters in London doggedly pursued the depiction of the human figure and everyday landscape, forging startling new approaches and styles. Drawn largely from the unrivaled holdings of the Tate in London, this is the first major exhibition in the U.S. to consider the work of six of the leaders of this “School of London”—Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Leon Kossoff, Michael Andrews, Frank Auerbach, and R. B. Kitaj—collectively, providing a timely reassessment of their extraordinary achievement.

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