Before it opened in 1973, the Craft and Folk Art Museum was known as the Egg & the Eye, a gallery and restaurant. Led by folk artist (and grandmother of actor Noah Wyle) Edith R. Wyle, the gallery sold craft and traditional art from around the world, and the restaurant served more than 50 types of omelettes. Paying homage to its previous incarnation, the museum joins the Women’s Center for Creative Work and Los Angeles Fibershed to host this pop-up restaurant, celebration of Wyle’s life and work and textile demonstration.

Sat., Dec. 20, 12-4 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 12/20/14)

LA Weekly