The Long List The Long List: September 17–23 ( Sept 15, 2020 )

Thursday, September 17

Openings and Events in Pasadena
Julia Christensen: Upgrade Available, ArtCenter, through December 20.

Openings and Events Online

LA Intersections: San Cha feat. Mx. Matías, serpentwithfeet, Shonda Buchanan and Mike Tyus, The Broad.

Jules Muck: Let the Cats Out, Gabba Gallery, 11am.

View from Here Conversations: Christine Y. Kim and Calida Rawles, LACMA, 12pm.

False Faces, UCLA, 4pm.

To Protect & Serve? Five Decades of Posters Protesting Police Violence, 18th Street Arts Center, 4pm.

Intersections: Gender Equity and Anti-Racism at the Ballot Box, Fowler Museum, 5pm.

Prop 15: Market Value Property Taxes for School Funding, Hammer Museum, 5pm.

Taste of Art: Women in the Collection, The Huntington, 5pm.

Collective Memory and Intergenerational Music, Oxy Arts, 6pm.

Friday, September 18

Openings and Events Downtown
Rise Up, Wonzimer, 4–10pm.

Openings and Events Online

The Early Modern Global Caribbean: Virtual Conference, The Huntington, 9am–5pm.

Big City Forum - Stories that Move with Chinwe Okona, 4pm.

Saturday, September 19

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

Mark Steven Greenfield: Black Madonna, William Turner Gallery, through November 28.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Synchronicity, Roberts Projects, through December 12.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Linda Stark: Hearts, David Kordansky, through October 24.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Sterling Ruby & Masaomi Yasunaga, Nonaka-Hill, through October 31.

Openings and Events Downtown

Sarah Cain: The possibility of overcoming negative thought, Vielmetter Los Angeles, through October 31.

Michael St. John: These Days, de boer, through October 31.

Openings and Events in San Marino

East Plus West: Chinese Porcelain in Rococo France, The Huntington,

Openings and Events in Long Beach

Long Beach Architecture Week: Metropolis, Long Beach Drive in, 7pm. $25.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Other Places art fair, Angels Gate Cultural Center (San Pedro), through March 15.

Openings and Events Online

Materials & Applications: 6°, 10am–4pm.

A Global Destination for Art: CRYPTIK, Fowler Museum, 12pm.

OPaf 2020, through October 31.

FUN, bG Gallery, 3:30–5pm.

Water, Walls, and Trees: Photographic Tapestries, Lois Lambert Gallery and Gallery of Functional Art, 7–9pm.

Southland Sessions, Music Center, 7pm.

Wild Art Party - Virtual Edition presents HOMEPlace: Get YOur Power Back: Blxck Freedom Art Healing Vortex, 7–11pm.

DOLLMAKERS VII: FOLKTALES, Cactus Gallery.

Sunday, September 20

Openings and Events in Highland Park

Joshua Miller: Stay at Home Missionary, BOZOMAG, until November 1.

Openings and Events Online

The LA Art Workers Relief Fund: Emergency Grants Round 2, 9am.

calm and chaos | coexist and collide with Andrea Nhuch, Acogedor, 1pm.

CalArts Mutual Aid Network Presents: Conversation on Non-Citizen Artists, 5pm.

Los Angeles Filmforum presents Ism, Ism, Ism: Recycled Cinema (Cine reciclado), 8pm.

Monday, September 21

Openings and Events Online

Joli: A Masquerade of Hope, Fowler Museum, 12pm.

John Lewis, Good Trouble, The Music Center, 4pm.

Artists in Conversation (home @ Acogedor: The In-Between), Acogedor, 6:30pm.

Tuesday, September 22

Openings and Events Online

Dino Fest, Natural History Museum, through September 25.

Wednesday, September 23

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Didier William, M+B, through October 24.

Openings and Events Online

Light in Place: Peter Alexander Prints and Paintings, Cirrus, through November 14.

Art/World, bG Gallery, 1pm.

Lecture: Ruha Benjamin, SCI-ARC, 6pm.

Fall 2020 Lecture Series - Dolores Hayden, USC, 6pm.

Confederate Infamy, The Huntington, 7:30pm.

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