Generationals- Keep It Low
Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (3/30-4/2/17)-
Artist Kerry James Marshall will be in conversation with Helen Molesworth at the Colburn School (200 South Grand Avenue) which will include discussion of his MOCA exhibition (free but get there early!)
The Orwells are playing with No Parents and The Walters at the Regent Theater
Angel City Brewery is hosting the opening of “What Does DTLA Mean to You?” an exhibition showcasing the work of artists from the Arts District and Skid Row
Drill Los Angeles Music Festival at the Echo and Echoplex begins tonight with 3 day passes starting at $46.50, or you can buy tickets for the individual shows. Tonight Bob Mould is playing with Immersion and Alina Bea.
Hammer Museum is hosting a free panel discussion- The Not So Silver Screen: Black Women in Media with actress Diahann Carroll, actress and director LisaGay Hamilton and more
Kane Strang, Tracy Bryant, and Emily Edrosa are playing at the Bootleg Theater
Generationals are playing at the Teragram Ballroom
Mikal Cronin is playing with a string & horn ensemble as part of Drill Los Angeles at the Echo. Wand, Laetitia Sadler, Fitted, and more are also on the bill
The Aero Theatre is showing 2001: A Space Odyssey with a brand new 70mm print
Why? are playing at the Regent Theater with Open Mike Eagle and Rituals of Mine
Methyl Ethel are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Vorhees and BOYO
The Getty Museum is having multiple performances of Selected Shorts: April Antics: Fictions & Foolery, a chance to see the popular podcast live with Jane Kaczmarek hosting and a cast that includes Yvette Nicole Brown, Sharon Gless, Liev Schrieber and more (also Sunday)
Meatbodies are opening for Delicate Steve at the Teragram Ballroom
International Pillow Fight Day is happening at Pershing Square with DJs and food trucks
Electric Six are playing at the Bootleg Theater with Residual Kid and VOWWS
For the last night of Drill, Wire will be performing at the Echo as well as Julia Holter, Mild High Club and more.
CAFAM is hosting- Social (Media) Politics of Photography in the Digital Age- A Discussion with Arpad Kovacs & Ramin Talaie for “Focus Iran 2: Contemporary Photography and Video”. This is a good opportunity to check out that exhibition as well as Chapters, which includes a great variety of the book arts of Southern California. CAFAM is pay what you wish on Sunday but RSVP for the talk if you are interested.
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears are playing at the Troubadour
The Rock ‘N’ Roll Flea Market returns to the Regent Theater for its monthly event