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Tours take visitors to a number of off-the-beaten-track points of cultural and historical interest, and will guide those interested in shopping to some of Chinatown’s best bargains and trendiest shops. Monthly on first Saturday $20 per person, RSVP at website Sponsor: Chinatown Business Improvement District
The Grier Musser Museum will host its annual Christmas party in a festive Victorian, turn-of-the-century restored setting. There will be guided tours and refreshments. Site: Grier Musser Museum, 403 South Bonnie Brae St., Los Angeles
Here artists Fran Siegel and Sandy Rodriguez talk about the connections and communities of inspiration of their practice, Los Angeles, and their newly commissioned works in the exhibition. As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services and activities. About Fran Siegel: Fran Siegel lives and works in…
Each year the City of West Hollywood celebrates LGBTQ Pride through art and history, focusing on telling the stories of our community and history. Events take place from Harvey Milk Day (May 22) to June 30. This year the theme is ‘Love is Love.’ Check the website for dates, locations, times, and prices.
Join exhibition artists Juan Capistrán and Kim Fisher for a conversation about their new work in COLA 2019. About Juan Capistrán Using strategies of poetic terrorism, the work of Juan Capistrán, interrogates sociopolitical structures. Through transdisciplinary projects, that question notions of class, identity, power and revolutionary, Capistrán investigates the rejection, assimilation and mutation created from the collision of singular and multiple systems of ideology. In 2016, Juan Capistrán and Hazel Mandujano opened Mandujano/Cell, a contemporary visual art project space that…
Learn about past and present-day Little Tokyo on a walking tour led by an in-the-know JANM docent. From murals to monuments, explore both the popular and lesser-known gems of this bustling neighborhood. Comfortable walking shoes recommended. Weather permitting. Limited to 20 participants. $12 members, $15 non-members. Museum admission included.
Ghost Tours are evening explorations of the families who once lived in the houses at Heritage Square complete with ghost stories.
Experience the backstory of some of Los Angeles’ most notorious crimes of the past and witness how detectives of the past solved mysteries in an era before DNA testing and high-tech forensics.
MOLAA is looking for new volunteers to join the Museum’s Docent Program. Build connections, facilitate dynamic tours and share the transformative power of the arts with our local community. Join us for our upcoming Mix and Mingle event to learn more about this leadership opportunity. To RSVP, call (562) 437-1689. Visit molaa.org for more information regarding this event.
Our Authors Study Club of Los Angeles, Inc. (OASC) hosts its Annual Black History Bus Tour! The tour follows the historical and cultural contributions of the African American community in Los Angeles. It includes El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument where the Founders Plaque acknowledges that 26 of the 44 pobladores, founding settlers, were of African descent. We also will visit the Biddy Mason Memorial Wall, Sugar Hill, The Island, Historic Central Avenue, Leimert Park, and other historic locations throughout the City. The tour is free for all participants and will meet at Consolidated Realty of Southern…