Weekender: Experiments in the Desert, Subatomic Particles and Monumental Drawings | Link TV
Weekender: Experiments in the Desert, Subatomic Particles and Monumental Drawings
Undecided about what to do this weekend? Our list of art events can give you an idea. From desert art to photography, here's what we've chosen for you to check out.
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Saturday, October 12 - Saturday, October 19.
This fall's highly anticipated High Desert Test Sites "free-ranging" art events are taking place across three states; California, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Various locations. For more information click here.
Friday, October 11 - Sunday, October 13.
The work has altered the course of opera, becoming the most influential piece of theater in the past five decades. Presented in collaboration with the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, "Einstein on the Beach" finishes its national tour in Los Angeles.
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion: 135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 90012. For more information click here.
Ongoing. Closing Saturday, October 12.
Visual artist, Trang T. Lê paints her way through her pain, using a meticulous, repetitive approach to heal her wounds.
Ruth Bachofner Gallery: 2525 Michigan Avenue, Suite G2 -- Bergamot Station Art Center, Santa Monica, 90404. For more information click here.
Ongoing. Open until Saturday, November 23.
In her new exhibition, Amy Myers creates abstract forms that reference the movements of subatomic particles, trajectories of cosmic events, mandalas for mediation, and female sexual physiognomy.
Sweeney Art Gallery: 3834 Main Street, Riverside, 92501. For more information click here.
Ongoing. Open until Saturday, November 9.
Zoe Crosher's newest exhibition features an extensive body of work in which the artist re-imagines the seemingly endless personal archive of one woman -- the pseudonymous "duBois."
California Museum of Photography: 3824 Main St, Riverside, 92501. For more information click here.
COVID-19 has been devastating for schools, and Prop 15 may offer some relief, but additional funding is critical to providing good education and addressing inequities in the system.
Meet the core artists who were the vanguards of the West Coast edition of the Black Arts Movement: Betye Saar, Noah Purifoy, John Outterbridge and Jayne Cortez.
An arts movement emerged in ‘60s Watts. In response, federal and local law enforcement enacted counterinsurgency programs that infiltrated and co-opted Black arts and culture institutions and surveilled and targeted activists, artists and community member
Only modest gains in education and lowered maternal mortality have taken place since 1995, the U.N. said.
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Robert Irwin, Larry Bell and Helen Pashgian explore perception, material and experience.
Drummer Mekala Session and other artists carry forward Los Angeles’ rich jazz legacy.
Artists created works to spark conversation about L.A. and sustainable futures.
The Watts Towers Arts Center was born out of the resilience of 1960s Black L.A.
From the typeface of “The Godfather” book cover to the Noguchi table, the influence of Japanese American artists and designers in postwar American art and design is unparalleled. Learn how the World War II incarceration affected their lives and creations.
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