Barnsdall Art and Craft Fair. That's the order of the day up on the Barnsdall Art Park hill, where the one-day pop-up market and food court makes holiday shopping (and just plain shopping) into a fun and social affair across jewelry, art, ceramics, painting, prints and all manner of artisanal sundry. The art, creative crafts and food are on from 10 a.m., and the sweeping view of the city is perennial — but while you're up there, make sure to check out the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Currently on view is the group show "HERE," which features exciting and in some cases specially commissioned works by some of L.A.'s most intriguing rising art world stars. At 1:30 p.m., two of those artists, Patrick Martinez and Anna Sew Hoy, will lead gallery talks about their works in the show, keyed to the theme of intersectional community. Then more shopping and eating before the day wraps with a high likelihood of a stunning sunset.
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