Explore the journey from farm to table during this fascinating culinary series of thematic pop-up dinners combining historical and environmentally sustainable ingredients. Presented in collaboration with the Livestock Conservancy and Wildwood Heritage Provisions, experience the flavors of authentic Longhorn cattle, Churro sheep, and other breeds from California’s past, and join the conversation on the future of farming. Tickets include plates from four farm-to-table food stations, access to the California Continued galleries and garden, and meet-and-greets with chefs and other food experts.
Theme: Historic California
This meal combines heritage livestock with indigenous plants to create dishes that would be familiar to Californians over the centuries. From authentic Longhorn beef—imported by the Spanish rancheros—to nopales salad, these flavors create a unique taste experience that will take you back in time.
Pantsula 4 LYF: Popular Dance and Fashion in Johannesburg will feature a series of photographs and videos taken by South African photographer Chris Saunders that examine the township culture of pantsula. Known predominantly as a youth movement, pantsula is characterized by crews of men and women who perform energetic, acrobatic, virtuosic dances. These performers dress in a distinctive style that favors American-made brands such as Converse All-Star shoes and Dickies brand work pants. This preference for American-style clothing harkens back…
Shout Sister Shout! is a World Premiere musical conceived and directed by Randy Johnson, the creator of the wildly popular smash hit A Night with Janis Joplin which broke box office records at The Pasadena Playhouse before transferring to Broadway. Shout Sister Shout! depicts the life and music of legendary gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe, whose hits include “Down by the Riverside,” “This Train,” and “Strange Things Happening Every Day.” Tharpe was a great trailblazer in the history of American…
The Power of Love is offered to us by Carlos Spivey. We see in his vibrant work, so many variation on love for his art, family, and culture. ———————– Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sunday 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m.
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Celebrating the American Spirit – Battleship Iowa Salutes Black History Month will be on view for ticketed tour visitors from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The exhibit features artifacts, news clippings, and photography that offers insight into the contributions of five pioneering black servicemen: Robert Penn (1872-1912), Alex Haley (1921-1992), John Henry “Dick” Turpin (1876-1962), Doris “Dorie” Miller (1919-1943), and Samuel L. Gravely (1922-2004).
For centuries artists have rendered landscapes—both real and imagined—to consider issues of history, belonging, disenfranchisement, and more. Landscapes can bear witness to stories from the past and offer powerful lessons in the present. Taking Place: Selections from the Permanent Collection includes photographs and paintings that depict urban scenes, rural landscapes, and visions of the African diaspora, all of which speak to notions of history and home among African Americans. ——————- Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, Sunday 11:00…