The Long List The Long List: June 3–9 ( Jun 03, 2021 )

Thursday, June 3

Openings and Events Downtown

Our House: Selections from MOCA's Collection, MOCA Grand Avenue.

Openings and Events Online

The State of Hate, American Jewish University, 12pm.

A Black Gaze: Tina Campt and LeRonn Brooks in Conversation, Getty Center, 4pm.

Performance: Christina Catherine Martinez Reads from Six Scripts for Not I, LACMA, 5pm.

Tulsa on Screen: Watchmen with Damon Lindelof & Cord Jefferson, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Deeds Not Words: History and the Making of Black Women's Clubs in California, California African American Museum, 5pm.

Film Screening and Conversation—La Paloma y El Lobo (The Dove and the Wolf), LACMA, through June 5.

Friday, June 4

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Sarah Faux: Whatever I see I swallow and Josh Dihle: Root Music, M + B, 6–8pm. Through July 10.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Psychosomatic, Various Small Fires, 5–8pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

The Seventh Schism: Lucid Ooey Gooey | Virtual Performance Art Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara), 5pm.

Openings and Events Online

Reading Craft: The Craft We Eat with Bernie Herman on Culinary Craft Ecologies of Virginia's Eastern Shore, Craft in America Center, 11am.

Art in Conversation: Made in L.A. 2020: Brandon Landers and Katja Seib, Hammer Museum, 12:30pm.


MURALS OF LOS ANGELES, Natural History Museum, 6–8pm.

PARTCH Ensemble: PREMIERES, REDCAT, through June 5. $8–15.

Saturday, June 5

Openings and Events in Venice

Paulina Peavy: An Etherian Channeler, Beyond Baroque, 4–7pm. Through July 31.

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

ANIMA MUNDI and Anja Salonen: World as Lover, World as Self, Five Car Garage, through July 20.

Openings and Events in Culver City

JACK SHURE: Soul Sanitizer and REEN BARRERA: Cluster Fudge, Thinkspace Projects, through June 26.

Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe: ONE BUT TWO (Haadzii), Roberts Projects, through July 2.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Essi Zimm: H is for Honey, Gabba Gallery, 12–4pm. Through June 26.

Kick Ass Painting: New York Women and Alannah Farrell: History of Violence, Anat Ebgi, 5–7pm. Through July 10.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Pride Publics: Words and Actions, ONE Gallery, through July 1.

Reading Abstraction: The Space Between, Rele Gallery, through July 17.

Ken Price: Works on Paper, Louis Stern Fine Arts, through July 31.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Gallery Artists, Regen Projects, through July 15.

William Brickel, Kohn Gallery, through July 15.

Takashi Homma: mushrooms from the forest, Nonaka-Hill, through July 17.

Lisa Williamson: Amplifier, TANYA BONAKDAR GALLERY, through July 17.

Dani Tull: Take a single letter from the stream, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, through August 14.

Nari Ward: Say Can You See, Deitch, through August 21.

Openings and Events Downtown

Alex McQuilkin: What We Don't Remember Lives in Us Forever and Thomas McDonell: Me, de boer gallery, 4–8pm.

Cultural Undertow, Luna Anaïs Gallery, 6–10pm. Through July 24.

Aria Dean: Suite!, REDCAT, through October 24.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

LAND Presents Hang in They're, Los Angeles State Historic Park, 12–5pm.

Devon Dikeou: MTV Altarpiece, FOYER-LA, through July 17.

Nanami Hori: Which rice bowl?, Bel Ami, through July 10.

Openings and Events in Echo Park

Adee Roberson, distance time, Artist Curated Projects, 12–5pm. Through July 3.

Openings and Events in El Sereno

Pieter Community Check-In, El Sereno Community Garden, 6–7:30pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Golden Hour: California Photography from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Riverside Art Museum (Riverside), through September 26.

Openings and Events Online

Artist Exhibition Walkthrough: Tomoshibi: Glass Works by Kazuki Takizawa, Craft Contemporary, 1pm.

Family Dining Skills Workshop, California African American Museum, 2pm.

Parable of the Sower Book Club Chat, Los Angeles Public Library, 4pm.

soundpedro, Angels Gate Cultural Center (San Pedro), through November 27.

Sunday, June 6

Openings and Events in Los Feliz

Thornton Dial: The Earliest Years: 1987–1989 and Nancy Shaver: Blockers, Spacers and Scribble Drawings, 2020, Parker Gallery, through July 31.

Openings and Events Online

Student Film Showcase, Hammer Museum, 2pm.

Monday, June 7

Openings and Events Online

Conscience and Victorian Empire: How History Helped Make History in British India, The Huntington, 4pm.

2021 Annual Print Fair, Self Help Graphics & Art, through June 30.

Tuesday, June 8

Openings and Events Online

Make or Break: Race and Ethnicity in Entry-Level Compensation for Arts Administrators in LA County, Claremont Graduate University, 12pm.

Artist Talk: Shirley Tse, Art + Practice, 5–7pm.

Wednesday, June 9

Openings and Events Online

“Three Of A Kind” Dedication With Artist Ewerdt Hilgemann, American Jewish University, 10am.

Queering Technique, Reclaiming Space, & Decolonizing the Body: Jay Carlon, Pieter, 6:30–8pm.

45 min
Estimated Viewing Time