Since the 5th century, stepwells have served as water-harvesting systems that descend into the earth and enable communities to access the water table or rainwater gathered below. A selection of 46 photographs by journalist Victoria Lautman captures the diversity and sublime beauty of these architectural marvels.
Wednesdays 12:00 noon – 8:00 p.m.
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The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles presents LA’s most haunting theatrical experience this Halloween season! Re-uniting the imagination of retired Disney Imagineer Chris Runco (Haunted Mansion®, Pirates of the Caribbean®) and Royal Shakespeare Company director Kenn Sabberton The Tragedie of Macbeth: An Immersive Experience is a 360° environmental spectacular of Shakespeare’s famous play. Travel from cursed moors to ill-fated ancestral castles in the Shakespeare Center’s downtown building as Macbeth’s bloody ambition is laid bare in an intense, hair-raising experience.
Painting Ages 8 – 12 Learn the basics of painting in this six-session workshop! In this class, we will study works by master artists to learn the fundamentals of painting and create our own original paintings. When: Mondays 4 – 5:30pm September 30 – November 4th Where: Center for the Arts Eagle Rock 2225 Colorado Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90041 Cost: $160, materials included $148 with Family Membership To sign up for a Family Membership, please visit: cfaer.org/familymembership Please note:…
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Join Guild Certified Feldenkrais Method® practitioner, Jenna Blaustein, on Monday evenings for Awareness Through Movement. This class will use gentle movement sequences to increase your self-awareness and bring greater ease of movement. The Feldenkrais Method® utilizes your curiosity and innate ability to learn, in a series of gentle movement sequences. This weekly class may help you discover new ways to increase your range of motion and improve flexibility. It is used by actors, artists, athletes, and musicians as well as…
Lightscapes: Re-envisioning the Shanshuihua presents works from Nick Dong and Wu Chi-Tsung, two Taiwan-born contemporary artists. Re-imagining the philosophies of Chinese landscape paintings, the exhibition brings forward new media works and immersive light-based installations that are not often explored within this genre. Tuesdays – Sundays 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Adults – $3, Seniors and Students – $2, Museum Members – Free
“Legacy: Rocking the Nation (RTN), 30 Years of Creativity” takes a historic look at the origins of a cultural collective manifesting the four elements of hip-hop. The exhibition brings together visual art, photographic archives, black books as journaling and communication, music dance and words. Formed in 1989, Rocking the Nation (RTN) originated as one of L.A.’s only all-black graffiti crews. With a strong focus on community building and education, the crew used the medium to unite disenfranchised youth and to…