The Long List The Long List: May 13–19 ( May 13, 2021 )

Thursday, May 13

Openings and Events Online

Liz Larner & Connie Butler, Regen Projects, 10am.

The Power of Resilience: Meditation for Freedom and Change with Justin Michael Williams, Grand Park, 3pm.

Verbena trágica, UCLA, 4pm.

Skin Hunger: A Social Workshopping Series, with Guest Bianca Laurenano, Women’s Center for Creative Work, 5pm.

KCRW x CAAM Present: A Look at Enunciated Life with Novena Carmel and Taylor Renee Aldridge, California African American Museum, 7pm.

Bassoon and Flute Duo, Laguna Art Museum, 7pm.

Film Screening and Conversation—Spring Blossom, LACMA, through May 15.

What We Imagine In Its Absence: Films by Vika Kirchenbauer and Caroline Key, Los Angeles Filmforum, through May 27.

Eve Wood: On Any Given Day, Track 16, through June 29.

Friday, May 14

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Steven Luros Holliday & Dave Pollot, G1988, 12pm.

Openings and Events Online

Artist Talk: Blue McRight, This Changes Everything, Craft in America, 11am.

Mental Health Practices by John San Juan: Session 2, MOCA, 11:11am.

What Makes People Laugh? Ancient Greek Comedy and its Filipino Legacy, Getty Center, 12pm.

In conversation: Elliott Hundley, Bryan Barcena, and Eric-Paul Riege, Regen Projects, 12pm.

Big Read: Printmaking with Meztli Projects, LAMAG, 1pm.

Crenshaw Dairy Mart: Jamiah Hargins and Richie Reseda, MOCA, 5pm.

Neon Night Walks - Ambassador of Light- Koreatown, Museum of Neon Art, 6:30pm. $25.

The New Compassionate Downtown, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, 8pm. Also May 15 at 8pm.

Saturday, May 15

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

Brandon Lipchik: Inground, Richard Heller Gallery, through June 19.

Maxine Smith: Won't You Come In?, Skidmore Contemporary Art, through June 26.

Christiane Feser: New Work, Von Lintel, through June 27.

Openings and Events in Brentwood

Ai Weiwei: Trace, Skirball Cultural Center, through August 1.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Danny Heller: Palm Springs Weekend, George Billis Gallery LA, through June 12.

Tomoo Gokita, Eddie Martinez: Green Thumb and On Boxing, Blum & Poe, through June 26.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Wahid, MIM Gallery, 7pm.

Guy Yanai: The Caboose, Praz-Delavallade Los Angeles, through June 26.

David Altmejd, Sam Gilliam: Moving West Again, The Beatitudes of Malibu, David Kordansky, through July 2.

Roberto Gil de Montes, PARK VIEW / PAUL SOTO, through July 17.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Joseph Olisaemeka Wilson: Olisaemeka and Lilah Rose: Golden Spike, Simchowitz, through June 5.

Pat Phillips: Untitled (Works on Paper), M+B Doheny, through June 19.

LOUISE BONNET: VAGABOND, POLLY BORLAND: Nudie, and JON PYLYPCHUK: I Know I'll Never Love this Way Again, Nino Mier, through June 19.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Justin Margitich: Iconographica, Valerie Green: Reprograph, and Robyn O'Neil: The Los Angeles Drawings, Moskowitz Bayse, through June 19.

Fay Ray: Lacuna | Star Montana: By the rivers, I stood and stared into the Sun, Shulamit Nazarian, through June 26.

Takako Yamaguchi, STARS, through July 1.

Intergalactix: against isolation/contra el aislamiento, LACE, through August 14.

Openings and Events Downtown

Dinosaur Ball 2021, Natural History Museum, 6–8pm.

Flame from the Dark Tower / Delusionarium 5 (Adaptation),, through June 12.

Delusionarium 5 (Adaptation and Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola), Night Gallery, through June 12.

Rindon Johnson: The Valley of the Moon, François Ghebaly, through June 19.

Stanley's Circus, Nicodim, through June 26.

Sharp Wind Through the Cracks, Monte Vista Projects, through June 27.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

Laojia/老家, Poetic Research Bureau, through May 21.

Call Card, Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, through June 12.

Douglas Allen: Keep on Trucking, Tierra del Sol Gallery, through July 3.

Openings and Events in Pasadena

Presence Requested, Irenic Projects at Missiongathering Church, through June 26.

#35: See Beyond the Horizon © 2010 - 2021 The Kyoobur Company, And/Or Gallery Show, through August 7.

Openings and Events Online

Family Story Time—Rock of Ages: A Tribute to the Black Church, California African American Museum, 10:30am.

Family Art Workshop - May!, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 1pm.

THE YOUNG THEATERWORKS EXPERIENCE: 20 Years of Storytelling, Culture & Community (2001-2021), Young Theaterworks experience, 2pm.

Neon Night Walks - Ambassador of Light- Koreatown, Museum of Neon Art, 6:30pm. $25.

VACATION, JoAnne Artman Gallery, through July 17.

Sunday, May 16

Openings and Events Downtown

taisha paggett: com.pleats.we (housecoat), REDCAT, until May 23.

Chris And & The City: La Ville, Chez Anonyme, through June 27.

Monday, May 17

Openings and Events Online

A Malleable History: An Art Making Workshop with Umar Rashid, Hammer Museum, 7pm.

Tuesday, May 18

Openings and Events Online

L.A. Graffiti Black Book: Artists in Conversation, Getty Center, 4pm.

Artist Lab: In the Studio with Veterans Atelier Artists, Self Help Graphics & Art, 4pm.

USC Pacific Asia Museum @ the Library: Storytime and Art, Pasadena Central Library, 4pm.

Race, Identity & Alienation in the American Novel, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Wednesday, May 19

Openings and Events Online

Boyle Heights: How a Los Angeles Neighborhood Became the Future of American Democracy, The Huntington, 12pm.

The Huntington Library’s Gutenberg Bible and the Art of the Book in 15th-Century Europe, The Huntington, 4pm.

Fowler Talks: Celebrating CSRC Director Chon Noriega, Fowler Museum, 5pm.

Oblivion Seekers screening with Reynaldo Rivera & Carolina Miranda, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Wellness Wednesday Watercoloring with Sabrina Mendoza (SHG Youth Committee), Self Help Graphics & Art, 6pm.

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