Each Week, ForYourArt Highlights the Events From Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980 Exhibition Program to Help You PLAN ForYourArt. SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT the best Art in Los Angeles and online.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8
Art Talk with Rupert Garcia
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (Downtown)
In conjunction with Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981, join Rupert Garcia for a discussion of his work. Free with museum admission.
In Conversation with Eames Words Co-Curators
A+D Architecture and Design Museum (Miracle Mile)
Typographer Andrew Byrom sits down with Deborah Sussman, principal of Sussman/Prejza, to discuss her career and their recent collaboration curating and designing A+D Museum’s current exhibition Eames Words. Admission costs $15 for individual tickets, $7 Student with a valid ID, and A+D Members get in free. Tickets are available online.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9
Holiday Male Figure Drawing
Pop tART Gallery (Korea Town)
In conjunction with Pacific Standard Time and “Beefcakes and Boundaries: The Art of Bruce Bellas,” the gallery hosts this night of drawing with 2 male models doing 25 minute poses. Full cash bar. Tickets are $25. Call or e-mail to register: 323-314-7779, email@example.com.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10
James Hayward: Satori
Richard Telles Fine Art (West Hollywood)
In conjunction with Pacific Standard Time, Richard Telles Fine Art presents a selection of paintings and drawings by Los Angeles artist James Hayward that span from 1972 to 1979.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11
In Studio: Fred Eversley
Fred Eversley Studio (Venice)
A behind-the-scenes opportunity with artists featured in the Getty’s Pacific Standard Timeexhibitions open their studios and share insights on their work, inspiration, and process. This iteration will feature Fred Eversley. Course fee $25 per studio visit. Information and directions provided following registration. Tickets available online.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13
Modern Art in Los Angeles: Frank Gehry and the Los Angeles Art Scene
The Getty Center (Brentwood)
In the 1960s, artists and architects in Los Angeles shared ideas and inspiration and developed close friendships. This was particularly true of Frank Gehry, whose distinctive vision of architecture was, in part, shaped by his many exchanges with visual artists, primarily those in the Venice art scene. For this event, Frank Gehry will reunite with some collaborators and friends to reflect on their formative years in Los Angeles. Guests include Peter Alexander, Chuck Arnoldi, Tony Berlant, Billy Al Bengston, and Ed Moses. This event is sold out.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14
Compensation, Directed by Zeinabu irene Davis
UCLA Billy Wilder Theater (Westwood)
UCLA Film and Television Archive’s Pacific Standard Time film series, L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema celebrates Los Angeles-based African American and African filmmakers who met at UCLA from the 1960s to 1980s and forged an alternative Black Cinema practice. Compensation depicts two Chicago love stories, set a century apart, a deaf woman and a hearing man face the specter of death. They also confront intraracial differences across lines of gender, class, education and ability. Through innovative use of sign language and title cards evoking the silent film era, Compensation is accessible to deaf and hearing audiences. Preceded by Dark Exodus, director Iverson White visualizes the migration of African Americans from the rural South to the industrial North in sepia tones, capturing the atmosphere of early 20th century America. In person: Iverson White. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online.