The Long List The Long List: October 29 – November 4 ( Oct 29, 2020 )

Thursday, October 29

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

The Eye, ROSE GALLERY, 6:30–8:30pm.

Openings and Events Online

The Night Archer: Ambassador Michael Oren’s Journey Through Fiction, American Jewish University, 12pm.

Mindful Awareness Meditation, Hammer Museum, 12:30pm.

The Vampire Bat, UCLA, 4pm.

Art Talk with Laura Anderson Barbata, USC Fisher Museum of Art, 4pm.

GOTV: The Role of the Artist, MOCA, 4pm.

The Past and Future of The Huntington's Asian Gardens, The Huntington (San Marino), 4pm.

En Diálogo with Cheech Marin & Einar and Jamex De La Torre, Riverside Art Museum (Riverside), 6pm. $25.

Patty Chang: UCLA Department of Art Lecture, UCLA, 6:30pm.

Points of Access: Audio, California African American Museum, 7pm.

The Tune In Festival: a convergence of music and poetry in a time of change, CAP UCLA, through November 1.

The Witch’s Kitchen Archive, Part I: V is for Kaleidoscope, Active Cultures.

Friday, October 30

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Matt Bollinger: Labor Day and Charlie Alston: The Black Domestic, To Be Determined, M+B, through November 28.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Glen Wilson, Various Small Fires, 10am–8pm.

The Creator Has A Master Plan, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, through December 26.

Openings and Events Downtown

GET OUT the vote with SELMA, Array, 7:30pm. Continues October 31.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

John Lund, Tierra del Sol Gallery, through December 19.

Openings and Events in Silver Lake

Why Not Things?, Materials & Applications, 10am–12pm.

Openings and Events Online

Clay Dumplings & Fortune Cookies Workshop with Ling Chun, Craft Contemporary, 10am. $55–60.

Beatriz Cortez and Kang Seung Lee | Becoming Atmosphere | Artist Talk, 18th Street Arts Center, 5pm.

LAND x Curate LA Halloween Party, LAND, 7:30–9:30pm. $25.

Saturday, October 31

Openings and Events in Mid-City

WOMEN MATTER, Matter Studio Gallery, through November 29.

Openings and Events Downtown

Nasty Women, Gavlak, through December 12.

Alyssa Rogers: There's a Snake in My Boot, Monte Vista Projects, through December 13.

Openings and Events in San Marino

Tales from the Vault, The Huntington.

Openings and Events Online

Arts Learning Lab @ Home: Austyn de Lugo | Family History: Sewing & Collage, 18th Street Arts Center, 11am.

The Tune In Festival: Program 4: SING OUT, CAP UCLA, 11am.

Clay Insta-thon with Andres Payan Estrada, Craft Contemporary, 11am.

Be Still Life : Session 3 (OPaf 2020), OPaf, 11am–6pm.

Sunday, November 1

Openings and Events Downtown

The Edge of Order: Deterministic Chaos and Todd Williamson Christina Craemer, Wonzimer, through December 1.

Renée Petropoulos: Like a Street full of Friends: Studies for Speculative Monuments, Gallery, through December 19.

Openings and Events Online

Jose Richard Aviles: En Movimiento, Side Street Projects, 10am–7pm.

Rembrandt's Syndics, Aristotle, Juno, and Late Portraits, Hammer Museum, 2pm.

47th Annual Día de los Muertos Virtual Celebration, Self Help Graphics, 4pm.

Maura Brewer & Paul Pescador: State of the Union, The Armory, 5pm.

National Phonebank with Artists for Biden/Harris, through November 3.

Monday, November 2

Openings and Events Online

The Other Americans by Laila Lalami, High Desert Test Sites (Joshua Tree), 7pm.

LO ÚNICO SEGURO ES QUE NOS VAMOS A MORIR (The Only Certain Thing is that We are Going to Die), LACE, 7pm.

Tuesday, November 3

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Unspoken Word, TAG Gallery, through November 28.

Wednesday, November 4

Openings and Events Online

Contained Restlessness: A Reading and Conversation with Terrance Hayes, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 5:30pm.

Gabriela Etchegaray, AMBROSI | ETCHEGARAY, USC School of Architecture, 6pm.

Lecture: Jack Halberstam, SCI-ARC, 7pm.

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