The Long List The Long List: November 5–11 ( Nov 05, 2020 )

Thursday, November 5

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Lester Monzon: Collapse Anatomy, Edward Cella Art + Architecture, through January 8, 2021.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Max Jansons / Angels & Lovers, AF Projects, through December 31.

Openings and Events Downtown

17th Annual New Original Works (NOW Festival), REDCAT, through November 7.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Art & Nature, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), through November 15.

The Ojai Invitational 2020: The Ceramics Show, Porch Gallery, through December 21.

Openings and Events Online

Ecologies of Paper in the Early Modern World: Virtual Conference, The Huntington, 9am.

Letters from the Etui, Women's Center for Creative Work, 11am.

Letters from the Etui Presents... Abolition & ME: implementing freedom mindsets in our everyday lives, Women's Center for Creative Work, 2:30pm.

Race, Society, and Identity in 19th-century Mexican Costumbrismo, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 3pm.

CBMArts Arts and Culture Conversations: The Future of Art Fairs, Claremont Graduate University (Claremont), 4pm.

Post-Election Virtual Gathering, Armory Center for the Arts, 5pm.

Art & Nature Keynote Lecture, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 7pm.

Friday, November 6

Openings and Events Online

ARCHIVE MACHINES LAMAGPlay Image transfer workshop with Arezoo Bharthania, LAMAG, 1pm.

Saturday, November 7

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

Justin Liam O’Brien: When Acting as a Wave, Richard Heller, through December 19.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Joni Sternbach: Surfboard, Von Lintel Gallery, through December 19.

Pepa Prieto: Symmetry for Survival and Brendan Lott: Safer at Home, Walter Maciel Gallery, through December 19.

Cosmo Whyte: When They Aren't Looking We Gather By The River and Good Company: Pt. 1, Anat Ebgi, through January 9, 2021.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Will Bentsen: Hot Damn!, Lowell Ryan Projects, through December 19.

ADAM PENDLETON: Begin Again and MARY WEATHERFORD, David Kordansky, through December 19.

Openings and Events in Los Feliz

Gladys Nilsson: Old Lady Drawings, 1990–2020 and Keegan Monaghan: Bowl of Food, Parker Gallery, through January 9, 2021.

Openings and Events Downtown

SIGNS OF LIFE | Brett Westfall and Moon Westfall, These Days, through February 6, 2021.

Openings and Events Online

Conversation with Made in L.A. 2020 curator Lauren Mackler and artist Umar Rashid, UCLA, 12pm.

DADA Virtual Family Dance Class!, CAAM, 2pm.

William Camargo, Grand Central Art Center (Santa Ana), 4pm.

The Healing Sessions | A Livestream Concert with Shirazette Tinnin and the Sonic WallPaper Band, 18th Street Arts Center, 5pm.

Artist Lecture: Patrick Shearn, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 7pm.

NEXUS III, The Brand Library and Arts Center, through January 6, 2021.

Sunday, November 8

Openings and Events Online

Rembrandt Plumbs the Depths: The Jewish Bride, Sinners, and Saints, Hammer Museum, 2pm.

Virtual Celebration and Auction, Wyland Foundation, 4–6pm.

Monday, November 9

Openings and Events Online

Kristallnacht and Jewish Disenfranchisement: Responding to Histories, Looking Forward, American Jewish University, 10am.

Reflections on the Elections, American Jewish University, 12pm.

LACMA Live! Virtual Celebration, LACMA, 7pm.

Fascination, REDCAT, 8pm. $5–10.

Tuesday, November 10

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Another Man’s Treasure: Chris Collins and George Herms, Louis Stern Fine Arts, through December 23.

Openings and Events in Glendale

Jaime Muñoz and Mirror Gazing, The Pit, through December 19.

Openings and Events Online

How Snap Is Promoting Diversity, Berggruen Institute, 11am.

Beyond Divisions: How We Re-Unite Post Elections, American Jewish University, 12pm.

Radical Archive: Preserving Protest Ephemera, Getty Center, 4pm.


Wednesday, November 11

Openings and Events Downtown

Marcia Hafif: Paintings, 2000 - 2014, Parrasch Heijnen, through November 25.

Openings and Events Online

Requiem For Lost Plants, NAVEL, 10am.

Material Concerns, Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum, 6pm.

Mistresses of the Market: White Women and the Nineteenth-Century Domestic Slave Trade, The Huntington, 7:30pm.

EXPERIENCE 28: CARE, ESMoA (El Segundo), through November 20.

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