The Long List The Long List: April 29 – May 5 ( Apr 29, 2021 )

Thursday, April 29

Openings and Events in Venice

Welcome to Motor City, Iris Project, through May 16.

Openings and Events Online

The Art of Leaving: A Conversation with Ayelet Tsabari, American Jewish University, 11am.

Art + Inspiration, Venice Family Clinic, 12pm.

Art Break: Mapping a Dutch Drawing, Getty Center, 12pm.

Split: Portrait of a Drag Queen, UCLA, 4pm.

Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Abigail Collins, CalArts, 4:30pm.

We Are Here: Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Global Cuisine Cooking Lesson: Chifa LA, Fowler Museum, 5pm.

Artist Collaborative People’s Kitchen Collective, Platform, 5:30pm.

Our L.A. Voices 2021, Grand Park, 6pm.

¡Que Viva Chicano Park! Art, Culture, and History, Riverside Art Museum, 6–8pm. $25.

Lead with intent: There are no coincidences with Sunni Meador, Show Box L.A., 6:30pm. $5–15.

CalArts Spring Dance Concert, REDCAT, through April 30. $8–15.

Film Screening and Conversation—Nasir, LACMA, through May 1.

Friday, April 30

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Molly Larkey and Brian Wills: Selected Works, Porch Gallery (Ojai), through July 5.

Openings and Events Online

Big Read: Native American Beading with Meztli Projects, LAMAG, 1pm.

Virtual Art Talk: Art + Activism, Venice Family Clinic, 1pm.

Three Perspectives on Contemporary Painting: A Conversation with Suzanne Hudson, Math Bass, and Christina Quarles, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 5pm.

Film Screening and Conversation—Carlos Almaraz: Playing with Fire, LACMA, through May 2.

Saturday, May 1

Openings and Events in Culver City

Joshua Petker: The Flirt, Anat Ebgi, through June 5.

Kim DeJesus: Erasures, Washes, and Memory, Whale and Star Studio, through May 14.

Hector O. Hernandez: My America Is Not Your America, Studio 203, through August 1.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Mikael B: Flow State, Maddox Gallery, through May 31.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

BLOOM, PARK VIEW / PAUL SOTO, through May 14.

Millo: At the Crack of Dawn and Mando Marie: Tell Me All About It, Thinkspace Projects, through May 22.

Sophie Barber: Kim and Kanye kiss without tongues, Chris Sharp Gallery, through June 12.

Openings and Events in MacArthur Park

Albert Oehlen: Ömega Man.

Openings and Events Downtown

Calliope Pavlides: Seasons of Unraveling, Monte Vista Projects, through May 8.

Beverly Fishman: Love Letter to L.A., GAVLAK, through June 5.

ENSEMBLE, Château Shatto, through June 26.

Umar Rashid: PER CAPITA, Transformative Arts, through June 30.

Openings and Events in Highland Park

Megan Lindeman: Hey Lover Letters (2019-2021), HannaH Hanson Gallery, through May 30.

Openings and Events in Glendale

40 Years of Light: Works From The Collection and Collective, Museum of Neon Art.

Openings and Events Online

Family Friendly Workshop | Found Object Mobiles, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, 11am.

The Politics of Street Vendors in Los Angeles, LACMA, 12pm.

(Jorge Mino: Balance, Lois Lambert Gallery, 1–5pm.

Pieter Community Check-In, Pieter, 6pm.

Main Event 2021: Acts of Optimism, SCI-Arc, 6–9pm.

Micaela Tobin: BAKUNAWA: Opera of the Seven Moons, REDCAT, 8:30pm. $8–15.

Lauren Kasmer: Momenta, El Camino College Art Gallery, 9:50am–5pm on May 1 and 2; exhibition online until May 9.

Monday, May 3

Openings and Events Online

The Girl Can’t Help It: Trans Portraits at the Dawn of the Sexual Revolution, REDCAT, 8pm. $5–10.

Tuesday, May 4

Openings and Events Online

Studio Visit and Conversation with Glenn Kaino, Fowler Museum, 11am.

Understanding Ever Growing Antisemitism and Conspiracy Theories, American Jewish University, 2pm. $40.

Wednesday, May 5

Openings and Events Online

West of Slavery: The Southern Dream of a Transcontinental Empire, The Huntington, 12pm.

My Time Will Come: A Memoir of Crime, Punishment, Hope, and Redemption, ALOUD a program of the Library Foundation of Los Angeles, 5pm.

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