Kim Gordon has always been just as comfortable in a museum setting as she is in the rock scene. Throughout her career, the Otis Art Institute graduate has sought to break boundaries across a multitude of disciplines, including music, art, film and the written word (the latter via the memoir, Girl in a Band, which delved into everything from her childhood, to her work with Sonic Youth to her divorce from bandmate Thurston Moore). She’ll talk about all of this and more with East Village comrade Christopher Wool, who helms the first of 10 installations/conversations by acclaimed artists — called The Un-Private Collection — presented in conjunction with The Broad’s fifth anniversary. Zipper Hall at the Colburn School, 200 South Grand Ave., downtown; Sat., Feb. 15, 2 p.m.; $20. thebroad.org/events/un-
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