4 days ago | Art
In the Craft & Folk Art Museum's slate of new fall exhibitions, three L.A.-based women put their talents to work to draw attention to larger issues. The concurrent solo shows — Merion Estes' "Unnatural Disasters," Sherin Guirguis' "Of Thorns and L...
11 days ago | Women
This Saturday, thousands of women will march through downtown Los Angeles to Pershing Square to take a stand for gender equality; as with most feminist marches, there will be loud chants and witty signs. But this event will look a little different...
2 months ago | Art to See This Week
Stepping into a supermarket where everything is made of felt — every packaged food, every piece of produce, every slab of raw meat — is a bizarre and wonderful experience. British artist Lucy Sparrow's new pop-up art installation, "Sparrow Mart," ...
2 months ago | Celebrities
Los Angeles is full of famous fat cats with even fatter pockets, and we mean this literally. Here's the scoop on Shrampton, Waverly McTinybeans, Sir Thomas Trueheart and 9Lives icon Morris the Cat, some of L.A.'s most beloved celebrity felines (an...
Cultural Wonder Barnsdall Art Park Offers Unique and Acclaimed Youth Arts Programs, and So Much More2 months ago | Best of L.A.: Arts
While Barnsdall Art Park isn't exactly what Aline Barnsdall envisioned in 1919, it has become a valuable cultural resource, even beyond Los Angeles. In 2007, it was named a National Historic Landmark, and in 2015, the Hollyhock House was nominated...
2 months ago | Best of L.A.: Arts
Beyond Baroque now holds about 200 cultural events a year, including readings, workshops, gallery exhibitions and film screenings. The Wednesday Night Poetry Workshop that started in 1969 is still on the schedule, averaging about 12 people a meeting.