Curated Itinerary 4: RSVP Required Events

Posted on: January 11th, 2012

PLAN Your Pacific Standard Time: Events That Need an RSVP

The Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival includes tons of free and public events, but a handful require RSVPs to attend. Be sure to sign-up early so you don’t miss out!

Friday, January 20

Hirokazu Kosaka, Kalpa
The Getty Center
7pm
This major, new site-specific work with transform the Getty Plaza into a sculptural and perforative installation.
RSVP here or call 310-440-7300

Saturday, January 21

Mural Remix Tour II
Fowler Museum, UCLA North Campus
10am-5pm
Cruise through history and journey through East Los Angeles during this tour highlighting the Chicano murals of the 1970s.
RSVP to fowlerprograms@arts.ucla.edu

Monday, January 23

Channa Horwitz, What Would Happen If?….
Annenberg Community Beach House
7-9:30pm
Horowitz will revisit her performances of the 1960s.
RSVP here.

Tuesday, January 24

Robert Wilhite, Chinese Cocktail, A Concert
Barnsdall Gallery Theater
8pm
Chinese Cocktail is a 60-minute concert played on ten musical sculptures made by Wilhite.
RSVP here.

Thursday, January 26

William Leavitt, The Particles (of White Naugahyde)
The Annex
8pm
A previously un-produced three act play by William Leavitt. Performances will take place January 26th and 27th.
RSVP here.

Sunday, January 29

Vaginal Davis, My Pussy is Still in Los Angeles (I Only Live in Berlin)
The Women’s Building
1–3:30pm
Davis’ poetic, idyllic take on the Women’s Building.
RSVP here.

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Set design for The Particles (Of White Naugahyde) by William Leavitt

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