Akunyili Crosby is the second artist to create an outdoor mural designed specifically to wrap the exterior of MOCA Grand Avenue, a new initiative that invites views both by pedestrians and through the windows of moving cars on Grand Avenue. Her work transforms the museum itself into a canvas for explorations of scale, texture, pattern, intimacy, and a multiplicity of perspectives.
Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
Saturdays & Sundays, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Admission: Adults – $15, Students – $8, Seniors – $10.00
Children under 12 and Jurors with ID and Members are Free
Admission is free every Thursday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
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The Los Angeles Live Score Film Festival features short films with original scores performed live-to-picture. The 2019 festival is on Saturday, July 20th at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre and is presented by Helix Collective in collaboration with the Academy of Scoring Arts. Films for the 2019 festival will be curated by the faculty at the New York Film Academy – Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Film School and Columbia College, Hollywood. The 2019 festival signature sponsors are Orange Tree Samples,…
Enjoy movies under the stars at Warner Ranch Park on a 30-foot screen with digital projection and surround sound. In addition, there is a full concession stand for your dining enjoyment. It is the perfect way to enjoy a summer evening under the stars. Parking for Movies on the Green is available for $10 in the adjacent parking structure on Califa street.
NoHo Summer Nights runs on Saturday nights at North Hollywood Park, on the corner of Magnolia and Tujunga next to the Amelia Earhart Library. Enjoy live music and experience the arts with family and friends.
$10 – $180
iPalpiti features a select consortium of prize-winning classical solo musicians from around the world. Under the direction of Maestro Eduard Schmieder, the iPalpiti orchestra is acclaimed for its “beauteous string playing”, “lustrous, polished tone” and “splendid and colorful sound.” iPalpiti is Italian for “heartbeats.” Check website for additional concerts that occur from July 5 to July 20.
The 23rd Annual Tafesilafa’i Festival celebrates the art, architecture, and ambience of California’s Pacific Islander Communities. Tafesilafa’i, Long Beach’s premier Pacific Islander Festival, marks its 23rd year with traditional worship, rituals, music, dances, and food. Tafesilafa’i is a clearing where issues in the Pacific Islander community in general and the Samoan community in particular are surfaced and paid attention to. It is an educative platform where contributions by Pacific Islanders are made.