The Long List: June 22–28

Art openings and events this week.

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Phil Dike, Wave Echo, 1972, watercolor on paper, 21-1/2 x 29-1/2 inches, The E. Gene Crain Collection. Image courtesy of Laguna Art Museum.

Thursday, June 22

The Jumpsuit Project: Hollywood, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), 4–10pm. Continues June 23.

The Curious Clay Society: Sip n’ Throw, Long Beach Museum of Art (Long Beach), 5–8pm.

Curator’s Choice Lecture: Lane Relyea, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 5:30pm.

One Hour/One Painting, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 6pm.

A Conversation with John Sacret Young, Riverside Art Museum (Riverside), 6–8pm.

Juliet Schor: Re-Thinking Materialism, Annenberg Space for Photography (Century City), 6:30pm.

Wheat Paste Workshop with Votan, Self Help Graphics & Art (Downtown), 7pm.

Artist Talk & Film Screening: Tanner Goldbeck & Gronk, THESE DAYS (Downtown), 7–10pm.

Carola Dertnig: Double Me Double You, REDCAT (Downtown), 7pm.

SCREEN: A FULL SPECTRUM, MOCA Grand Avenue (Downtown), 7pm.

Carola Dertnig: Double Me Double You, 2017, REDCAT (Downtown), 7pm.

Summer Solstice Sound Bath, Center for the Arts Eagle Rock (Eagle Rock), 7:30–9pm.

Friday, June 23

Debra Scacco: Origins Park Champions Volunteer Work Day, Los Angeles State Historic Park (Chinatown), 8:30–10:30am.

Conference: Octavia E. Butler Studies: Convergence of an Expanding Field, The Huntington (San Marino), 8:30am. $10–25.

Morris Louis, Honor Fraser Gallery (Culver City), 10am–6pm.

Curator Betsy Quick on African-Print Cloth, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 12pm.

Mini Monster Printmaking Workshop with Victor Rosas, Self Help Graphics & Art (Downtown), 12pm.

Design That Moves You: Annual Los Angeles Exhibition, Los Angeles Convention Center (Downtown), 5pm. Through June 25.

Deep Dive: Driessens & Verstappen and Verso: Gisela Motta & Leandro Lima, Young Projects Gallery (West Hollywood), 5:30–9pm.

Jin Young Yu: Discerning Reception, Meta-4 Art (West Hollywood), 5–9:30pm.

Places and Spaces, CMay Gallery (West Hollywood), 5–9:30pm.

BURN MOTHERF*UCKER, BURN!, Skid Row History Museum & Archive (Downtown), 7pm.

Dance Downtown: Cumbia at Grand Park, Music Center (Downtown), 7–11pm.

Dialectics of Isolation, Human Resources (Chinatown), 7–10pm.

Detour West, Skibum MacArthur (Frogtown), 7–10pm.

EIFMAN BALLET OF ST. PETERSBURG: TCHAIKOVSKY, Music Center (Downtown), 7:30pm. Through June 25.

Secret Eater, The Pit (Glendale), 8pm.

Partch, REDCAT (Downtown), 8:30pm. $12–25. Through June 24.

Saturday, June 24

Children’s Workshop: Picnic Condiments, The Huntington (San Marino), 9:30am. $30–40.

Peter Cain, Matthew Marks (West Hollywood), 10am–6pm.

ANNUAL PRINT FAIR & EXHIBITION, Self Help Graphics & Art (Downtown), 12–5pm.

Wallis Annenberg PetSpace Grand Opening, Annenberg Space for Photography (Playa Vista), 12–4pm.

Introduction to Hand Embroidery with Jenny Hart, Craft & Folk Art Museum (Miracle Mile), 1–4pm. $85–95.

Mapping Whiteness, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 2–5pm.

Family ArtLAB: Cyanotype Troves, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (San Diego), 2–4pm.

Nicole Rademacher: Belonging in Domestic/familiar settings., Private Residence, RSVP for address, (Baldwin Hills), 3pm.

Harbinger, FP Contemporary (Culver City), 3–5pm.

PORTIA ZVAVAHERA: I’M WITH YOU and JENNIFER WEST: FILM QUILTS, Marc Foxx Gallery (Miracle Mile), 3–6pm.

Final Traces of the Abstract Expressionists & Fish out of Water, Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs), 3pm.

Ana Prvacki: Demonstration & Catalogue Sale!, 1301PE (Miracle Mile), 3:30pm.

Brighton Smith: Flowers, Lori Larusso: Eating Animals, and Tracey Sylvester Harris: Diving Boards and Floating Girls, Skidmore Contemporary Art (Santa Monica), 4–6pm.

BEHEADED, Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Monica), 5–7pm.

Very Appropriate, Robert Berman Gallery (Santa Monica), 5–8pm.

Off the 405: La Luz, Getty Center (Brentwood), 6–9pm.

Glen Rubsamen: The Disguise Was Almost Perfect, Christopher Grimes Gallery (Santa Monica), 6–8pm.

Tabitha Soren: Surface TensionModern Hieroglyphics, and Amy Park: Ed Ruscha’s Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass, Kopeikin Gallery (Culver City), 6–8pm.

Theodora Allen: Vigil and Jim Shaw, Blum & Poe (Culver City), 6–8pm.

Perfectly Concocted Context by Jonathan Monk and Katy Cowan: On Ropes and Bronze…, Cherry and Martin (Culver City), 6–8pm.

Kysa Johnson and Joachim Schulz, Von Lintel (Culver City), 6–8pm.

Thomas Macker: Holdout, Klowden Mann (Culver City), 6–8pm.

BARRY AND BARBARA SHAFFER: ECHOES OF BHUTAN, Arcana: Books on the Arts (Culver City), 6–8pm.

Alexa Guariglia: Reading in the Dark, Moskowitz Bayse (Hollywood), 6–9pm.

Santiago Roldós and Pilar Aranda (Muégano Teatro, Guayaquil): Lecture / Performance: Juguetes cerca de la violencia / la destrucción de todas las cosas (Toys close to violence / Destruction of all things), REDCAT (Downtown), 6pm.

Alex Klein: NEW LIES FOR OLD, Grice Bench (Downtown), 6–9pm.

Santiago Roldós and Pilar Aranda (Muégano Teatro, Guayaquil): Lecture / Performance: Juguetes cerca de la violencia / la destrucción de todas las cosas (Toys close to violence / Destruction of all things), REDCAT (Downtown), 6pm.

BLACK METAL DAISY, Keystone Art Space (Lincoln Heights), 6–9pm.

Diverted Destruction, The Loft at Liz’s (Mid-City), 7–10pm.

Screening of “Bight of the Twin” and Q&A with Hazel Hill McCarthy III and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Samuel Freeman (Culver City), 7:30–10pm.

The Four Fiscal Quarters – An Anti-Capitalist Opera, Pan Pacific Park (Fairfax), 8pm. Also June 25.

The Four Fiscal Quarters, Machine Project (Echo Park), 8–9pm. Also June 25.

Set the Table, BBQLA (Downtown), 8pm–12am.

Summer Happenings at The Broad: Warhol Icon, The Broad (Downtown), 8:30pm. $25.

Architectural Advice for Performative Renovations by Alex Schweder, Edward Cella Art & Architecture (Culver City), by appointment only.

Sunday, June 25

Phil Dike: At the Edge of the Sea, Ben Messick: Memories of Los Angeles, and California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820–1930, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 11am–5pm.

Families: On-Site: North Hollywood—Vision and Transcendence: Mask Making, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 2pm.

Tours & Talks: Exhibition Tours: Living Apart Together, Hammer Museum (Westwood), 2 and 2:45pm.

Letterpress For Liberation, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 2–5pm.

Andy Alexander for Rachel Comey, Rachel Comey Los Angeles (West Hollywood), 3–5pm.

Peter Shire and Anna Katz in Conversation, City of West Hollywood Council Chambers (West Hollywood), 3pm.

Keepin’ It Clean: A Conversation with Betye Saar & Steve Nelson, Craft & Folk Art Museum (Miracle Mile), 3pm.

Screening of The Prison In Twelve Landscapes + Pop Up Panel, Human Resources (Chinatown), 5–7pm.

Paul Conrad: Chain Reaction Peace Sculpture Public Rededication Ceremony, Santa Monica Civic Center (Santa Monica), 6–7pm.


Los Angeles Filmforum Presents Experimenta India: Films from the Indian Avant-Garde, Echo Park Film Center (Echo Park), 8pm. $6–10.

Nickels Sunshine and Rebecca Brooks, Pieter (Lincoln Heights), 8pm.

Tuesday, June 27

Happy Birthday, Mr. Hockney, Getty Center (Brentwood), 10am–5:30pm.

Film: The Virgin Suicides, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 1pm.

Frame Rate: 3 Artists, 3 Evenings, Blue Roof Studios (South Los Angeles), 7pm. Through June 29.

Screenings: United in Anger: A History of ACT UP, Hammer Museum (Westwood), 7:30pm.

Wednesday, June 28

Center Stage: African American Women in Silent Race Films and Intersections: Caribbean and Brazilian Art from the Permanent Collection, California African American Museum (Downtown), 10am–5pm.

Debra Scacco: Origins Senior Walk from El Pueblo to LASHP, Los Angeles State Historic Park (Chinatown), 11am–12pm.

smART Talks I: Cassandria Blackmore, Cassandria Blackmore’s Studio (Santa Barbara), 6–8pm.

Analia Saban: Folds and Faults, Sprüth Magers (Miracle Mile), 6–8pm.

Walter Hopps: The Dream Colony, Getty Center (Brentwood), 7pm.

Experimenta India: Films from the Indian Avant-Garde Program 2, UCLA Billy Wilder Theater (Westwood), 7:30pm. $6–10.

El Teatro Campesino (1965-1975) and Jimena Sarno: home away from, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) (Hollywood), 8–10pm.