The Long List The Long List: September 29 – October 5 ( Sept 28, 2022 )

Thursday, September 29

Openings and Events in Westwood

CONTRA-TIEMPO: Demonstration Performance, UCLA, 10:30am.

Openings and Events in Beverly Grove

Reading Craft Book Event: Consuelo Jimenez Underwood: Art, Weaving, Vision, Craft in America, 1pm.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Holding Histories: Indigenous Artworks of Colombia, LACMA, 6–8pm.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Peter Bradley: Ruling Light: Paintings from the 1970s and Hughie Lee-Smith: Paintings, Karma Los Angeles, 6–8pm. Through November 5.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

In Good Faith, Rhett Baruch Gallery, 5–8pm.

Christopher Makos: FRINGE, Fahey/Klein Gallery, through November 19.

Openings and Events in Sherman Oaks

LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division Presents Soundscapes: Soltera), Sherman Oaks Castle Park, 6:30–9pm.

Openings and Events in MacArthur Park

Sarah Kanouse: My Electric Genealogy, 2220 Arts + Archives, 7pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

KCRW Summer Nights at MOCA Geffen & JANM with DJs Anthony Valadez + SiLVA, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, 6–9pm.

Octavio Solis: Scene with Cranes, REDCAT, through October 1. $25.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Soundscapes: Soltera, Sherman Oaks Castle Park (Sherman Oaks), 6:30–9;30pm.

499, Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs), 6pm.

Friday, September 30

Openings and Events in Venice

True Tales of Family: A Reading by Five Macondistas, Beyond Baroque, 8pm.

Openings and Events in Los Feliz

Native Voices presents the World Premiere of Desert Stories for Lost Girls, Autry Museum of the American West, through October 16.

Openings and Events Downtown

Modular Sacred Theater performance, Coaxial Arts Foundation, 7:30 and 10pm.

Saturday, October 1

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

ARTIST TALK: Kelly Berg, Ayin Es, Debbie McAfee, Craig Krull Gallery, 11am.

Openings and Events in Venice

Navigating With(out Instruments: a workshop with traci kato-kiriyama), Beyond Baroque, 12–4pm.

Openings and Events in Westwood

Art Book Launch: Michael Duncan's "The Human Beast: The Art of Jan and Maxine Kim Stussy", UCLA, 2pm.

Picasso Cut Papers, Hammer Museum, through December 31.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Future Sensitive by Lucy McRae, Honor Fraser, 3–5pm. Through December 17.

Openings and Events in Inglewood

Adornment | Artifact, Transformative Arts, 6–9pm.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Carlos Martiel: Peso, Drew Dodge: Prophecy, and Luca Sára Rózsa: Naked Mammals, Steve Turner, through October 29.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Objects Talk: Transformations in Iberian American Art | Los objetos hablan: transformaciones en el arte iberoamericano, LACMA, 9am–5:30pm.

Coiling, Knotting, & Twining Workshop with Ferne Jacobs, Craft Contemporary, 10am–4pm.

Shifting Dimensions, Artspace Warehouse, 4–6pm. Through October 28.

Gabrielle Anderman, Thomas Wheeler, and Shelley Lazarus, TAG Gallery, 4–8pm. Through October 22.

Fall exhibitions opening reception: Lezley Saar: Diorama Drama, Luis Flores: Because of You, In Spite of You, and Tactics of Erasure and Rewriting Histories, Craft Contemporary, 6–9pm. $12.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Second Reception Artist on Artist Talk and Joe Potts Sound Installation, Michael Hayden Art Gallery, 5–9pm.

PERSPECTIVES, Yumi Yamazaki: Moku, Kristy Moreno: Matter of Survival, Mr. B Baby: The Show Must Go On, Thinkspace Projects, 6–10pm. Through October 22.

Openings and Events Downtown

Val Kilmer: Some Notes on Nature, DANIEL HAWKINS: DESERT LIGHTHOUSE V, and VPAC X DLV: Plein Air Views of the Desert Lighthouse, PRJCTLA, 3–6pm. Through November 5.

In Conversation: Ray Anthony Barrett and Zora Kidron, Wilding Cran, 3pm.

Betony Vernon PARADISE FOUND: An Erotic Treasury for Sybarites Book Signing, Artbook @ Hauser & Wirth LA Bookstore, 3–5pm.

Gregory Bojorquez: DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN, These Days, 6–8pm. Through October 30.

Rebecca Morris: 2001-2022 and My Barbarian, ICA LA, 3–6pm. Through January 15, 2023.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

DAVEY LEAVITT: EVERYTHING IS FINE KEEP SWIPING A(MEN), Eastern Projects, 5–10pm. Through November 5.

Openings and Events in Glassell Park

Katie Shapiro: Big Sur, elephant art space, 6–9pm. Through October 30.

Openings and Events in Glendale

Marisa J. Futernick: Popular Vote, The Art Gallery at Glendale Community College, 4–7pm.

Openings and Events in San Pedro

ArtLab Marine Science and Art Workshop, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 1–3pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Leaves for Burning, UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts (Irvine), 2–5pm.

Performance: MARIANGELES SOTO-DIAZ: GENTLE PROWESS DELIBERATIONS, Grand Central Art Center (Santa Ana), 8pm.

Rita McBride and Glen Rubsamen, Riviera Parking (Santa Barbara), through October 2.

Photography & Seduction: William Mortensen’s Laguna Beach, Laguna Art Museum, through January 15.

Openings and Events Online

Amanda Gorman Future Voices Youth Poetry Reading, Beyond Baroque, 4pm.

Sunday, October 2

Openings and Events in Brentwood

2022 Getty Medal Lecture with Kwame Anthony Appiah: Whose Heritage? Preservation, Possession, and Peoples, Getty Center, 4pm.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Artist talk: Daniela García Hamilton: Sundays in Lake LA, Luna Anaïs Gallery, 5pm.

Openings and Events in MacArthur Park

Los Angeles Filmforum presents The Festival of (Inappropriation #12), 2220 Arts + Archives, 7:30pm. $12.

Openings and Events Downtown

Art for Earth's Sake: The Art World Meets the Crisis, MOCA Grand Avenue, 5pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation with Marshall Brown and Jonathan Lethem Parallel Stories, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 2:30pm.

Monday, October 3

Openings and Events in Westwood

UCLA AUD Fall 2022 Lecture Series: Barbara Bestor, UCLA, 6:30pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

There There by Tommy Orange, Desert Research Library Book Club (Joshua Tree), 7pm.

Wednesday, October 5

Openings and Events in Brentwood

Fred Eversley: Artist Q&A and Film Screening, Getty Center, 4pm.

Image courtesy of UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts.

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