The Long List The Long List: November 12–18 ( Nov 12, 2020 )

Thursday, November 12

Openings and Events in Venice

Zoë Charlton: My First Name is Hers, Iris Project, through December 20.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Trans, Transfeminine, Femme, Trans Womxn, Trans Women, Gender Non-Conforming, Non-Binary, Genderqueer, and Two-Spirit people (Dedicated to Camila María Concepción - Rest In Peace, 2020–21), LACMA, 5pm.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Kader Attia: The Valley of Dreams, Regen Projects, through December 23.

Andy Goldsworthy: Recent Works 2020.

Openings and Events Online

Forensic Architecture: A conversation with founder Eyal Weizman, Grand Central Art Center (Santa Ana), 12pm.

The Future of Theater & Community: a Conversation with Diana Wyenn, American Jewish University, 12pm.

Cinetracts ‘20, UCLA, 4pm.

Los Angeles Artist Census open discussion, Women’s Center for Creative Work, 4pm.

Election Recap, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Festivals in the City of Angels: Flames of Devotion, Fowler Museum, 5pm.

In Conversation: Ming Smith, Brendan Embser, Yxta Murray, and Namwali Serpell, CAAM, 5pm.

Kenturah Davis in conversation with Felipe Baeza, Oxy Arts, 5pm.

Gallery Conversations: Raised as Roosters, Angels Gate Cultural Center (San Pedro), 6:30pm.

Highland Park is Here, Cornerstone Theater Co., through November 15.

Friday, November 13

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Sophia Narrett: Soul Kiss and Caroline Kent: A Sudden Appearance of the Sun, Kohn Gallery, through January 15, 2021.

Openings and Events Online

Festivals in the City of Angels: Diwali Sweets Cooking Lesson, UCLA, 5pm.

The Greek Trilogy of Luis Alfaro, Getty Center, 5pm.

The Monumental Misrememberings Book Launch, Women’s Center for Creative Work, 7pm.

DESIGNERCON 2020, through November 15.

Saturday, November 14

Openings and Events in Culver City

MATTHEW GRABELSKY: Animal, TAPAS, and GUSTAVO RIMADA: Florescentia, Thinkspace Projects, through December 5.

March Avery, Blum & Poe, through January 9, 2021.

Openings and Events in Beverly Hills

Peter Hujar, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, through January 9, 2021.

Openings and Events in Beverly Grove

KANGS: Heirs to the Throne, The Beverly Center, through December 12.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

SENON WILLIAMS: Dead Night New Moon, The Lodge, through December 12.

Wendell Gladstone: Safe Haven, Shulamit Nazarian, through December 19.

Steve Rogers: Olympic Auditorium Boxing Club and Ian L.C. Swordy: Hammer Time, Moskowitz Bayse, through December 19.

Liu Shiyuan: For Jord, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, through January 30, 2021.

Openings and Events Downtown

Bri Williams: The Ghost in Me, Murmurs, through December 19.

Michelle Blade: Into the Forest, Wilding Cran, through December 19.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

DIS-CONTENT, FOYER-LA, through December 19.

Openings and Events in Silver Lake

Tears for Years, Tyler Park Presents, through January 16, 2021.

Openings and Events Online

Why Not Aid? A Reading Event with Dean Spade on Mutual Aid, Material & Applications, 10am.

Family Fun Saturday, The Huntington, 10am.

Conversations: Invisibility(ies Session Two), Acogedor, 1pm.

Art Collector Starter Kit VII and Chie Yoshii), Corey Helford Gallery, through January 9, 2021.

Daniel Corral and Alexander Gedeon: Concerto for Having Fun with Elvis on Stage and Count In!, REDCAT, 8:30pm. $8–15.

Sunday, November 15

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

Book Signing for Jona Frank's Cherry Hill: A Childhood Reimagined, Rustic Canyon Park, 12pm.

Openings and Events in Inglewood

DEEP FAKE, Supercollider Gallery, through January 5, 2021. Opening 5–7pm.

Openings and Events in Highland Park

Bas-Relief, BOZOMAG, through December 27.

Openings and Events Online

Creating Comic Books for Social Change with Priya's Shatki Comica, Beyond Baroque, 1pm.

P O P·u·lar, JoAnne Artman Gallery (Laguna Beach), through December 31.

Barnsdall Virtual Art & Craft Fair, Barnsdall Art Center, through December 31.

Monday, November 16

Openings and Events Online

South to Freedom: Runaway Slaves to Mexico & the Road to the Civil War, The Huntington, 12pm.

Talking About What Nobody Talks About in Jewish-Iranian Culture, American Jewish University, 12pm.

Tuesday, November 17

Openings and Events Online

How We Tell Our Stories: A Conversation with Anthony Horowitz, American Jewish University, 10am. $20.

Virtual Artist Statement Workshop, Ninth Street Collective, 3pm. $30.

Wednesday, November 18

Openings and Events Online

Book Release: Nicole Krauss Presents To Be a Man, American Jewish University, 12pm. $20.

Curator's Choice: Marie Watt and Nancy Marie Mithlo, Fowler Museum, 4pm.

BEYOND BORDERS: A conversation between Abigail Reyes, Arshia Haq and Liliana Hueso, moderated by Patricio Majano, LACE, 6pm.

Artist Alan Nakawaga: TSUGU, Side Street Projects, 6pm.

Maren Hassinger: Nature Sweet Nature, Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum, 6pm. $75.

Where is the Black in Graphic Design at CalArts?, REDCAT, 7pm.

Black Matter, The Huntington, 7:30pm.

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