Art openings and events this week.
Image courtesy of ICA LA.
Thursday, March 23
Yoga, USC Fisher Museum of Art (Downtown), 10:45am.
PDC’s designLAb, Pacific Design Center (West Hollywood), 5–9:30pm.
Daphne Fitzpatrick, The Fork Ran Away With The, Artist Curated Projects (Koreatown), 5–8pm.
Patrick Martinez: Po-lice, Occidental College (Eagle Rock), 5–8pm.
India & Beyond: People, Places, and Good Karma, The Perfect Exposure Gallery (Miracle Mile), 6pm.
Joe Goode: Old Ideas with New Solutions, Kohn Gallery (Hollywood), 6–8pm.
John Upton on The Golden Decade, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 6pm.
Ray & Joan Author Talk and Book Signing, Riverside Art Museum (Riverside), 6pm.
Why We Listen: A Conversation and Listening Event with Nayland Blake, 860 S Los Angeles Street (Downtown), 6:30–8:30pm.
You may add or subtract from the work: On the work of Christopher D’Arcangelo and Michael Asher, Mackey Garage Top (Mid-City), 7–9pm.
Artists on Artists: Lari Pittman on Kerry James Marshall, MOCA Grand Avenue (Downtown), 7pm.
Activism Now: Ron Finley, California African American Museum (Downtown), 7–9pm.
Exhibition Walkthrough with Russell Ferguson, Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles (Downtown), 7pm.
How do we take care of our kids? Childcare in California, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 7–8:30pm.
Ron Nagle in conversation with Ingrid Schaffner, ArtCenter (Pasadena), 7:30pm.
Jefferson’s Garden, UCLA (Westwood), 8pm. Through March 26.
Friday, March 24
Zuvaa Pop-Up Shop & Marketplace, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 12–5pm. Also March 26.
Bailey & Bailey, Azu (Ojai), 4:30–7pm.
takepart | makeart: Screen Printing Workshop, FUNZONE (Santa Barbara), 6–8pm.
STONED OF VENICE, Rainbow In Spanish (Boyle Heights), 7–10pm.
Ruben Salazar: Man In the Middle, Museum of Latin American Art (Long Beach), 7pm.
Mujer Mariposa, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 7:30–9:30pm.
Class Divide, Skid Row History Museum & Archive (Downtown), 7:30pm.
Chinese Music: Huang Ruo & Qian Yi, The Huntington (San Marino), 7:30pm.
Olivia Mole, Munkey King Creon, JOAN (Mid-City), doors, 7:30pm; performance, 8pm.
Jacknife Records Present’s “Constituent Parts” Cassette Release, Samuel Freeman (Culver City), 9pm–1am.
SLEEPLESS THE MUSIC CENTER AFTER HOURS, Music Center (Downtown), 11:30pm–3am. $20–30.
Saturday, March 25
60th Annual Bonsai Show, The Huntington (San Marino), 10am–5pm. Also March 26.
Pat Lasch: Journeys of the Heart, Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs), 10am–5pm.
Donald Sultan, Mixografia Gallery (Downtown), 11am–6pm.
PROUD Story Slam, Grand Park (Downtown), 12–4pm.
Contact Improvisation with Jen Hong, Pieter (Lincoln Heights), 12–3pm. $30.
Talk: Symposium: You May Add or Subtract from the Work: On the Work of Christopher D’Arcangelo and Michael Asher, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 1pm.
ONE Queer Garden Club, ONE Archives (Downtown), 1–4pm. Also April 8 and 22.
100 Things to do in Riverside Before You Die: Book Launch with Larry Burns, Riverside Art Museum (Riverside), 1–3pm.
Guided meditation: KENDELL CARTER: MARVEL, Edward Cella Art & Architecture (Culver City), 2pm.
Book launch and readings with Marsie Scharlatt and Aram Saroyan, ARTBOOK at Hauser & Wirth LA (Downtown), 2–4pm.
In Conversation: Contemporary Design and Architecture in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara City College (Santa Barbara), 2–3pm.
Nikki Darling: The Desert Table, Five Car Garage (Santa Monica), 3–5pm.
Chris Hayes in Conversation, Scripps College (Claremont), 3pm.
LEONARD SMITH: A SORT OF LOOKING, Arcana Books on the Arts (Culver City), 4–6pm.
34,000 Pillows Workshop, Human Resources (Chinatown), 4pm.
Steven Hull: Sheets Deprived Of Wind Part II, Meliksetian | Briggs (Fairfax), 5–7pm.
Gala: Embracing the Abstract, Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs), 5pm.
Ed Moses: Chance and Circumstance, William Turner Gallery (Santa Monica), 6–8pm.
AFRICAN-PRINT FASHION NOW! A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 7–9pm; curator conversation, 6–7pm.
Matthew Chambers: MONTANA WILDFLOWERS I IMAGINE I’LL SEE IN THE SPRING, Praz-Delavallade (Miracle Mile), 6–8pm.
ALESSANDRO PESSOLI: MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC, Marc Foxx Gallery (Miracle Mile), 6–8pm.
Mark Roeder, Michael Benevento (Koreatown), 6–8pm.
Jebila Okongwu: The Legitimacy of Brutality, Baert Gallery (Downtown), 6–9pm.
It is obvious from the map, REDCAT (Downtown), 6–9pm.
Bruce Yonemoto: The Imaginary Line Around the Earth, Claire Trevor School of the Arts (Irvine), 6–8pm.
For Goodness Sake, LA-LA Land Gallery (Hollywood), 7–11pm.
Appetitive Torque, Eastside International (ESXLA) (Lincoln Heights), 7–10pm.
Hollowship Worship, in lieu (Lincoln Heights), 7–10pm.
A Night @ Epiphany, Church of the Epiphany (Lincoln Heights), 7–10pm. $100.
Paul Pescador: The Year After: Season 2, Adjunct Positions (Highland Park), 7–9pm.
LA OPERA presents: THE TALES OF HOFFMANN by Offenbach, Music Center (Downtown), 7:30pm.
Would You Rather…, BBQLA (Downtown), 8pm–12am.
Alfonso Cervera: Poc-Chuc, Pieter (Lincoln Heights), 8:30–10pm.
Sunday, March 26
Open House, LA Opera (Downtown), 10am–6pm.
Talk: Art and Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 11am.
Gallery Tour with Exhibition Curators and Drop-In Family Program, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 12 and 1pm.
Closing party for I’m Too Sad to Tell You, leiminspace (Chinatown), 12pm.
Floral bundle dyeing & arrangement as a healing ritual class, Del Vaz Projects (West L.A.), 1–3pm. $45 per course.
Kids in the Courtyard: Prints and Patterns, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 1–4pm.
READINGS AND PERFORMANCES, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (East Hollywood), 1–3pm.
Sunday Studio, MOCA Grand Avenue (Downtown), 1–4pm.
takepart | makeart: arte para todos Opening Celebration & Ribbon Cutting, Stearns Wharf (Santa Barbara), 1–4pm.
Art Talk: El Segundo, ESMOA (El Segundo), 2–4pm.
Damn It Dolls!, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 3–6pm. $5–10.
#ASKDAVIDALLANPETERS, Royale Projects (Downtown), 3–5pm.
Brandon Brown, MOCA Grand Avenue (Downtown), 3pm.
Thomas Dworzak presents Europa, an Illustrated Introduction to Europe for Migrants and Refugees, REDCAT (Downtown), 3:30pm.
Reading Series , do you feel the siren. ⅓, Days (East Hollywood), 5–7pm.
Empowerment Self-Defense with Jay O’Shea, Pieter (Lincoln Heights), 5–8pm. Also April 2.
MAKING PLANS screening, Human Resources (Chinatown), 6pm.
Deadlines and Divine Distractions: L.A. Edition, 356 Mission (Downtown), 6–8pm.
LA MASTER CHORALE presents STRAVINSKY’S LES NOCES, Music Center (Downtown), 7pm.
Straub-Huillet: Odes to Loss and Love, Egyptian Theatre (Hollywood), 7:30pm. $6–10.
Monday, March 27
Pat Lasch: Journeys of the Heart, Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs), 10am–5pm.
Mondays at the Museum: Post-War Abstract Expressionism, Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs), 10am. $15–20.
Talk: Daniel Joseph Martinez in Conversation with Juli Carson: “Blow Up the White House”, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 7pm.
Tuesday, March 28
Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space, Getty Center (Brentwood), 10am–5:30pm.
Visiting Artists Series: Dorit Cypis, Otis College (Westchester), 11am.
Our Mutual L.A. Suburban Pasts’: Race and Cosmopolitanism in Greater Los Angeles, Scripps College (Claremont), 12:15pm.
Film: Postcards from the Edge, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 1pm.
Retirement Party for Nick UT, The Perfect Exposure Gallery (Miracle Mile), 6pm.
POWER: Work By African American Women From The Nineteenth Century To Now, Sprüth Magers (Miracle Mile), 6–8pm.
Her Dream Deferred: On the Status of Black Women, Hammer Museum (Westwood), 7:30pm. Through March 30.
Graduate Art Seminar: Jan Tumlir presents Mathias Poledna, ArtCenter (Pasadena), 7:30pm.
East Asian Garden Lecture – Framing a New Elegance: The World of George T. Marsh and His Japanese House, The Huntington (San Marino), 7:30pm.
YoungArts Los Angeles, UCLA (Westwood), 8pm. Through April 2.
Fidelity of Nothing, Human Resources (Chinatown), 8–10pm.
Wednesday, March 29
Eugenia Cheng, Scripps College (Claremont), 6pm.
“Look Who’s Talking” lecture series: Cheech Marin, Riverside Art Museum (Riverside), 6:30–8pm. $20–50.
Does Art Capture Reality Better than the News?, Getty Center (Brentwood), 7pm.
Visiting Writers Series: Sandra Lim, Otis College (Westchester), 7:30pm.
CONVERSATIONS, BUREAU OF FEMINISM: Latasha Harlins: The Victimization of Black Girls, Hammer Museum (Westwood), 7:30pm.
Buraq Stitch Night, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 7:30–9:30pm.
Culinary History Lecture – A Recipe is More than a Recipe, The Huntington (San Marino), 7:30pm.