More Stuff to Do!
600 State Drive
the first Sunday of the month, 11 a,-;
There may be More Than Meets the Eye in the selected works
of Romare Bearden and Thomas H. Benton, Elizabeth Catlett, David Hammons, Dan
McCleary and Leo Limon. Visitors can take the measure of the masters and
emerging artists represented in selections from the Robert E. Holmes
collection. The exhibition ends April
THE BOWERS MUSEUM
OF CULTURAL ART.
THE FISHER GALLERY
2002 North Main Street
877-250-8999 or 714-567-3600.
University of Southern
823 Exposition Boulevard
Devotional Arts of Nepal is a display of 40 paintings
and sculptures from Buddhist and Hindu cultures of Nepal,
Tibet and India.
The show ends April 2.
University of California
Sunset and Westwood Boulevards
Thurs until ; Closed Mon and
Tues.’ Free, on-campus parking $8.
1200 Getty Center Drive
Tue–Thu, Sun, ;
Fri-Sat, ; Free,parking $8.
THE GETTY VILLA, MALIBU.
17985 Pacific Coast Highway,
Free; reservations recommended.
THE HAMMER MUSEUM.
LIBRARY, ART COLLECTIONS, AND BOTANICAL GARDENS. 1151
University of California
10899 Wilshire Boulevard,
Thu, ; Sun,
Thursdays are free at the Hammer. A Letter from Japan:
The Photographs of John Swope is a survey of the late LA photographer’s
vintage prints of his1945 journey through post-war Japan.
The show runs through Jun 4. Look out for future dates for the late night party
series Hammer Bash and don’t miss the thought-provoking Hammer
Tue-Fri, 12 -;
Stroll the gorgeous garden and visit the elegant galleries,
then see any one or all of the eclectic exhibitions at the collection. Visit
the display of selected items from the collections of both the Huntington and
the Mayme A. Clayton Library is on view in the Huntington Library Exhibition
Hall through April. This offering is appears as a compliment to a special event
program dedicated to African American culture “Dreams Fullfilled.” Take time to
see storied manuscript “The Art of Virtue: The Autobiography of Benjamin
THE PAUL KOPEIKIN GALLERY
6150 Wilshire Boulevard
THE LONG BEACH MUSEUM
of ARTS (LACMA).
2300 East Ocean Boulevard
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Mon., Tue-Thu, 12-8 pm; Fri, 12-9: pm; Sat-Sun, Closed Wed.
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY
50 South Grand Avenue,
Downtown at California
The center of contemporary art will feature 70 pieces
created between 1954–1964 by one of the world’s most famous art innovators, Robert
Rauschenberg. The exhibition opens May 21.
MUSEUM OF TELEVISION
465 N Beverly Drive
“Selected Short Films from Saturday Night Live” runs
Wednesdays through Sundays at ;
it ends April 30.
THE NORTON SIMON
411 W. Colorado Boulevard
Wed-Mon, 12 -6 pm; Friday, .
See Durga: Avenging Goddess, Nurturing Mother before
the show closes on March 27. The avenging and nurturing mother is explored in
her many incarnations as she is depicted throughout South and Southeast
Asia. There are approximately 70 works from India,
and Southeast Asia.
MUSEUM OF ART
of ART and DESIGN
850 San Clemente Drive
9045 Lincoln Boulevard
“From the Island
of Misfit Toys” is a
whimsical display of installations of art created from toys. The artists use
video, performance and music to challenge the perception of the innocent toy.
SAN DIEGO MUSEUM
1450 El Prado, Balboa
Topico de Nopal
1665 Beverly Blvd.
in Los Angeles
and by appointment; Free
This jazzy little art space that frequently features
poetry/spoken word sessions, music and art talks. Free.
Admissions charged at most venues. To find Art in the
atmosphere or public works of art throughout southern California
go to www.publicartinla.com.