May 092019
 

Worn-Tin- Cycles

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (5/9-5/12/19)-

Thursday

LACMA is having a free screening of Raging Bull which includes a pre-screening conversation with producer/director Irwin Winkler and screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi

Destroyer is performing at Lodge Room

There is a free screening at the Japanese American National Museum of the documentary Masters of Modern Design: The Art of the Japanese American Experience, with a Q&A with the filmmakers and some of the people interviewed for the film to follow

As part of the Artists on Artists series at MOCA Grand Avenue, Miljohn Ruperto will be discussing the exhibition Open House: Elliott Hundley currently on view (free admission to the museum on Thursdays)

Al Green is playing at The Greek Theatre with Jessy Wilson

Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk is back with several galleries staying open late

Yamashiro’s Night Market returns to the hills above Hollywood tonight from 5-10pm- catch a free shuttle from Mosaic Church to get there

 

Friday

Worn-Tin is playing with Chaos Chaos at The Hi Hat

Composer Nico Muhly will be performing at The Theatre at Ace Hotel

There is a midnight showing of Office Space for its 20th Anniversary at Vista Theatre

Aquarium of the Pacific’s free Shark Lagoon Nights is a chance to have a drink and snacks while checking out the sharks

Sugar Candy Mountain, Flaural, and Hooveriii are performing at The Echo

The Courtneys, Ian Sweet, and Automatic are playing at Zebulon

Phantom Planet are playing at Lodge Room

 

Saturday

ONE Gallery is hosting Rear Opening: A Performance Tribute to the Gutter Art of Stephen Varble, an afternoon program with performances by mutimedia artist Jason Jenn, aka the Troubadour Trixter, songs by Yozmit, the internationally celebrated visual artist, avant-garde party-artist, and singer/songwriter, and a musical tribute by Enrique Jesus Hernandez, the latinx, performance rock artist and domestic abuse activist. This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition The Gutter Art of Stephen Varble: Genderqueer Performance Art in the 1970s, Photographs by Greg Day currently on view in the gallery.

At Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, artist Sandra de la Loza will be in conversation with poet, teacher and community activist Sesshu Foster in conjunction with de la Loza’s exhibition Mi Casa Es Su Casa

Angelo De Augustine is playing at Lodge Room

Bad Suns are playing at The Wiltern with Carlie Hanson opening

 

Sunday

Eels are playing at The Theatre at Ace Hotel with Robert Ellis opening

East Los Angeles Art Walk takes place the second Sunday of every month and is a chance see work by local artists and  support local businesses in the neighborhood

Illuminati Hotties are opening for American Football at The Regent

Bootleg Theater is showing Fritz Lang’s 1929 film Woman In The Moon

Xeno & Oaklander, SRSQ, Chasms, and Fawns of Love are performing for Part Time Punks 14 Year Anniversary Show at the Echoplex

Jan 242019
 

Wild Moccasins- No Muse

Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (1/24-1/27/18)-

Thursday

FIDLAR are playing a free show at Amoeba Hollywood before their sold out shows this weekend. They will also be signing copies of their album Almost Free

The LA Art Show opens to the general public today and runs until Sunday

The Egyptian Theatre is showing a double feature of Suspiria and Carrie which includes a discussion with actress Barbara Magnolfi

At Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) in Hollywood, experimental vocalists Carmina Escobar, soprano sound artist Micaela Tobin, and special guest from Mexico City, visual sound artist Juan José Rivas will perform in the main gallery

MOCA at both locations is free this evening from 5-8pm and The Geffen location is free all weekend as well

 

Friday

Wild Moccasins are playing a free show (but RSVP) with Dega at Resident

The Aero Theatre is showing Wim Wenders’ film Wings of Desire

The Egyptian Theatre is showing another Dario Argento/Brian De Palma double feature this time it’s Blowout and Inferno

The Wiltern is screening Pink Floyd’s The Wall for the film’s 40th Anniversary

Dean Wareham and Cheval Sombre are performing together at Zebulon

The Parrots are playing with Mozes and The Firstborn at the Bootleg Theater

 

Saturday

Blum & Poe are hosting a book launch party for Friedrich Kunath’s I Don’t Worry Anymore with a special performance by Destroyer in conjunction with his excellent exhibition at the gallery which closes this weekend.

The James Hunter Six are playing an early show at The Echo

James Supercave are playing at the Troubadour with Winter and Lo Hum opening

Colleen Green is playing a free show at Highland Park Bowl with Susan and Space Kelly (formerly Dreamboat)

George Clanton is playing at Lodge Room with Surfing and Satin Sheets

 

Sunday

There’s an all day free Laverne & Shirley Marathon to celebrate the life of Penny Marshall taking place at Garry Marshall Theatre in Burbank with a special appearance by Cindy Williams

Hosted by Open Mike Eagle and Baron Vaughn, The New Negroes at The Virgil is a night of comedy and music occurring every 4th Sunday of the month

Pasadena Comic Con is happening at the Pasadena Convention Center

Potty Mouth are playing with Whitmer Thomas and more for Luke Schwartz and Friends: A Night of Storytelling and Live Music at the  Bootleg Theater