The Long List The Long List: March 18–24 ( Mar 18, 2021 )

Thursday, March 18

Openings and Events in Venice

KHARI TURNER: The Sea's Own Children, Iris Projects, through April 25.

Openings and Events in Los Feliz

Alexandre Dorriz: Public Sculpture 001-C, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, through April 22.

Openings and Events Online

Michelangelo: The First Modern Artist (via Zoom Armchair Travel Lecture with Dr. Rocky Ruggiero), Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 10:30am.

Chiara Bottici and Boris Ondreička, CalArts, 12pm.

AJU's 17th Annual Biblical Trial: Shinar City Council vs. Babel Builders, American Jewish University, 1pm. $25.

Does Power Dressing Have the Power to Change Politics?, Natural History Museum, 1pm.

MUCHACHES BARRIGONES, Me gusta me gusta!, LACE, 1pm.

Two Sides of the Pacific: Japan and the Architecture of Greene & Greene, The Huntington, 4pm.

I Am Woman: Promoting Self-Worth in Contemporary Black Art, California African American Museum, 5pm.

Imaginaries of LA: Guadalupe Rosales and Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Getty Center, 5pm.

Environmental Activist Panel Discussion, OxyArts, 6pm.

Artist Talk | DJ Javier, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara), 6pm.

Film Night: Nocturnal Animals, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 6pm.

Butterfly Pavilion and Nature Gardens, Natural History Museum, through September 6. $6.

Friday, March 19

Openings and Events Online

ONLINE TALK: Olafur Eliasson & Gloria Sutton, 10am.

DISRUPT the Fowler: Mister Cartoon, Fowler Museum, 4pm.

Artbound: The Watts Towers Arts Center and post-screening conversation, LACMA, 7pm.

Twenty Twenty 2.0: Metadigital, Wonzimer, through May 19.

Saturday, March 20

Openings and Events in Culver City

Brenna Youngblood: the LIGHT and the DARK, Roberts Projects, through May 15.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Lucy Bull: Skunk Grove, Fred Eversley: Recent Sculpture, and Tom of Finland: Pen and Ink 1965 – 1989, David Kordansky Gallery, through May 1.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Kevin McNamee: Tweed: Probable Presence and Pablo Barba: Business Casual, Steve Turner, through April 17.

Summer Wheat: Anything Can Happen, Shulamit Nazarian, through May 1.

Shattered Glass, Deitch, through May 22.

Openings and Events Downtown

Maggi Hodge: Overload, MASH, through April 24.

Marisa Takal and Khari Johnson-Ricks, Night Gallery, through May 1.

Amy Sherald. The Great American Fact, Hauser & Wirth, through June 6.

Openings and Events in MacArthur Park

Henrik Olesen: Hey Restless!, Reena Spaulings Fine Art, through April 24.

Openings and Events Online

Active Cultures: Witch's Kitchen: a Conversation About Home Cooking, 12pm.

Family Art Workshop - March!, Angels Gate Cultural Center (San Pedro), 1pm.

A SAPPY BIRTHDAY SHOW, Cactus Gallery, 3pm.

EVERYONE WAS INVITED: The Hyphenate Art and Life of Kate Johnson, 18th Street Arts Center, 5pm.

Sunday, March 21

Openings and Events in Chinatown

IF YOU KILL A SPIDER, IT’S GOING TO RAIN, Fellows of Contemporary Art, through May 15.

Openings and Events Online

For Families, MOCA, 1pm.

No Mirrors in My Nana's House, Hammer Museum, 4pm.

Flower Arranging: Greene and Greens, The Huntington, 5pm.

Ofrenda, 2021 as part of Gatherings, Los Angeles Nomadic Division.

Tuesday, March 23

Openings and Events in Culver City

Anna Weyant: Loose Screw, Alexander Tovborg: Sacrificial Love, and Asuka Anastacia Ogawa, Blum & Poe, through May 1.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Antwan Horfee: SCI-FRIED, Nino Mier Gallery, through May 1.

Openings and Events on Mid-Wilshire

Pt. 2: Invasive Species, Anat Ebgi, through May 22.

Openings and Events Online

Share the Mic: Decolonizing an African Museum, Fowler Museum, 11am.

In Response—Perspectives on Vera Lutter: Museum in the Camera, LACMA, 4pm.

Spring 2021 Graduate Seminar Guest Lecture Series: Kenneth Tam, ArtCenter College of Design), 4:30pm.

Joy Harjo, REDCAT, 5pm.

Rise Up L.A.: Our Stories, Our Voices, Natural History Museum, 6pm.

Studio Soup, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 6:30pm.

Wednesday, March 24

Openings and Events Online

Reimagining the Museum: Community, Collaboration & Radical Inclusion, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Lecture: Raúl Cárdenas Osuna, SCI-Arc, 7pm.

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