Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Gryffin (DJ Set) at Create
Create Nightclub – Insomniac Events & Brownies and Lemonade present: GRYFFIN (DJ Set) CRAY yetep B&L All Stars Purchase Tickets: https://tixr.com/e/6900 Create Nightclub 6021 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028 21+ // Doors open at 10pm For all reservations, call (323) 463-3331.
 
    Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Sound presents Greg Wilson and Luxxury (Live Remix)
Sound Nightclub – GREG WILSON https://www.facebook.com/DJGregWilson https://www.twitter.com/djgregwilson https://www.soundcloud.com/gregwilson https://www.instagram.com/dj_greg_wilson LUXXURY https://www.facebook.com/Luxxury https://www.twitter.com/LUXXURY https://www.soundcloud.com/luxxury https://www.instagram.com/luxxury/
 
    Saturday Nov 18 @ 10:00 PM
Seven Things I’ve Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass - 10PM Show
The Theatre at Ace Hotel DTLA – **We are close to selling out our 10pm show. If you have not yet bought your tickets, you should do so now!** “It’s hard to find a story...and there’s no guidelines for how to do it, and you really have to set aside time for it, like it’s a job. Finding an idea is a job.” — Ira Glass KPCC In Person and Ira Glass are teaming up for a multimedia event chronicling his life and career in storytelling. Glass is the creator, producer and host of “This American Life,” the iconic weekly public radio program heard each week by more than 2.2 million listeners on more than 500 public radio stations, with an additional 2.2 million podcast downloads. For years, the podcast of “This American Life” was the most popular one on iTunes, until the show started its first spin-off program “Serial,” which quickly became the most popular podcast ever created. Glass began his career as an intern at National Public Radio (NPR) in 1978. Over the years, he has worked on nearly every NPR network news program and held virtually every production job at its headquarters. He has been a tape cutter, newscast writer, desk assistant, editor, reporter and producer. Glass has also filled in as host of “Talk of the Nation” and “Weekend All Things Considered.” Join us as one of the most beloved public radio personalities takes the stage at the Theatre at Ace Hotel. The show will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.
 
    Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Argyle Saturdays with DJ Wellman
The Argyle Hollywood
 
    Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:30 PM
Symposium on Mike Kelley's "Kandors"
REDCAT - Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater – The Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts and REDCAT co-present the first-ever symposium focusing on the last major project of renowned artist Mike Kelley (1954-2012): Kandors. This event ties-in with the first comprehensive survey of the Kandors series and associated works on view at Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles. Featuring noted scholars, curators, and artists; the symposium encourages dialogue and debate about this important body of work and its themes while connecting them to wider aspects of Kelley's complex and varied oeuvre. +++ To reserve a FREE symposium TICKET click here: https://www.redcat.org/event/symposium-mike-kelleys-kandors To reserve a symposium TICKET and PURCHASE A BOX LUNCH from Mendocino Farms* click here. (*Must be purchased before Nov. 15) +++ Speakers: Huma Bhabha, The Opposite of Shrinking Huma Bhabha (American, b. Karachi, Pakistan, 1962) lives and works in Poughkeepsie, New York. Her work has been the subject of numerous national and international exhibitions, including Unnatural Histories, MoMA P.S.1, New York; All the World’s Futures curated by Okwui Enwezor at the 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Italy; Players, Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy; Huma Bhabha, Aspen Art Museum, Colorado, Stranger, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio; A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial, International Center of Photography, New York; Land Marks, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Intense Proximity, La Triennale, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France; 2010 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum, New York; and the 7th Gwangju Biennale, Korea. She is the 2013 recipient of the Berlin Prize, Guna S. Mundheim Fellowship, The American Academy in Berlin and received The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Emerging Artist Award in 2008. Thomas E. Crow, From Iggy Pop to Sun Ra: The Musical Poles of Mike Kelley’s Later Expression Thomas Crow is Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. His most recent books are The Long March of Pop: Art, Music, and Design 1930–1995 (Yale University Press, 2015) and No Idols: The Missing Theology of Art (University of Washington Press, 2017). Restoration: The Fall of Napoleon in the Course of European Art (Princeton University Press), based on the 2015 Andrew Mellon Lectures at the National Gallery in Washington, will appear next year. He just concluded the 2017 Paul Mellon Lectures at Yale and the London National Gallery: "Searching for the Young Soul Rebels: Style, Music, and Art in London 1956-1969." His first teaching position was at CalArts, and he has taught at the University of Sussex, Yale, and USC. He brought the study of California art to the Getty Research Institute as its director in the 2000s. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Trenton Doyle Hancock, The Opposite of Shrinking For almost two and a half decades, Trenton Doyle Hancock has been constructing his own fantastical narrative that continues to develop and inform his artistic output. Part fictional, part autobiographical, Hancock’s work pulls from his personal experience, art historical canon, comics and superheroes, pulp fiction, and myriad pop culture references, resulting in a complex amalgamation of characters and plots possessing universal concepts of light and dark, good and evil, and all the grey in between. Sylvia Lavin, Studio in the City - Mike Kelley and the Urbanism of Art Sylvia Lavin is an architectural historian, critic and curator who works across a wide spectrum of historical periods. She is widely known for her simultaneous engagement with academic scholarship and contemporary architectural practice and for interest in the intersection of architecture and other art forms. Recent projects include Super Models, a large-scale installation at the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial and The Duck and the Document, an exhibition on the postmodernization of American architecture that will open at the Canadian Center for Architecture in Montreal in 2018. Previous exhibitions include, Everything Loose Will Land, an examination of architecture and the arts in LA in the 1970s, part of the Getty sponsored Pacific Standard Time series. Lavin received a Ph.D. from Columbia University and published her first books, Quatremère de Quincy and the Invention of a Modern Language of Architecture and Form Follows Libido: Architecture and Richard Neutra in a Psychoanalytic Culture, in 1992 and 2005. Her most recent books include, Kissing Architecture, published by Princeton University Press and Flash in the Pan, an AA publication. She is Professor and Director of the Critical Studies Program in the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA. David Mather, Mike Kelley's Opulence Since 2014, David Mather has been Assistant Professor of Early 20th-Century and Interwar European Art at Stony Brook University (SUNY Stony Brook). Prior to this position, Mather had been the inaugural Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellow for Center for Art, Science, and Technology (CAST) at MIT, in conjunction with the Department of Architecture, and he also held a postdoc at the Getty Research Institute. He recently coedited (with Caroline Jones and Rebecca Uchill) a volume for the MIT Press titled Experience: Culture, Cognition, and the Common Sense (2016), on the intersection of art, science, and humanities research on the human senses. Dan Nadel, The Opposite of Shrinking Dan Nadel is the author of books including The Collected Hairy Who Publications, Art Out of Time: Unknown Comic Visionaries, 1900-1969, and Gary Panter, as a curator, he has mounted exhibitions including: “What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art: 1960 to the Present” in Providence and New York, “Return of the Repressed: Destroy All Monsters 1973-1977” in Los Angeles; and Jeremy Anderson: “Taking the World Apart is Easy, It is Getting it Back Together in an Acceptable Form That is Difficult” currently on view in Los Angeles. He is a director at Karma, New York. Mary Clare Stevens, Welcome Remarks Mary Clare Stevens is Executive Director of the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts. She served for many years as the artist’s studio manager and was a trustee of his estate. She holds an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles and lives and works in Los Angeles. John C. Welchman, Introduction: Some Contexts for Kandor John C. Welchman is Professor of art history at UCSD and author of Modernism Relocated (1995), Invisible Colours: A Visual History of Titles (1997), Art After Appropriation (2001), Guillaume Bijl (2016), and two volumes of collected writings: Past Realization: Essays on Contemporary European Art (2016) and After the Wagnerian Bouillabaisse (2018). He co-authored the Dada and Surrealist Word Image (1987), Mike Kelley (1999) and Kwang-Young Chung (2014); and edited Rethinking Borders (1996), Institutional Critique and After (2006), The Aesthetics of Risk (2008), Black Sphinx: On the Comedic in Modern Art (2010) and writings by Mike Kelley: Foul Perfection: Essays and Criticism (2003); Minor Histories (2004); Mike Kelley: Interviews, Conversations, and Chit-Chat, 1988-2004 (2005).
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
APA UCLA Runs the City
Asian Pacific Alumni of UCLA – Join APA UCLA for a fun 5K run/walk in support of Special Olympics of Southern California! Throw on some UCLA gear, and meet us at the starting line! You don't have to run- we have walkers, runners, and everyone in between. Please email me at sharlenelee@uclaumni.net so we can find you. Sign up here: http://sosc.convio.net/site/TR/Events/General?team_id=1743&pg=team&fr_id=1060 Discount code for 15% off: uclarec
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
We Run the City 5k/10k
UCLA Anderson Alumni Network: Los Angeles – Join the UCLA Anderson Alumni team as we take on the USC Trojans for the coveted title of owning the city. Proceeds from the event support the Special Olympics and also count towards our MBA student's participation goals in their Challenge 4 Charity program. Get your fitness on and run through UCLA's beautiful campus for a great cause. Runners of all abilities are welcomed, as are walkers, families (there is a kids race) and strollers. Race timing and start location is to be determined. We hope you will be able to join us for a morning of fun and fitness!
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
Food Ingathering for Westside Food Bank
The Parish of St. Matthew - The Episcopal Church in Pacific Palisades – Veteran homelessness is up by 57%. Each week our Outreach Partner, the Westside Food Bank, provides meals for around 200 veterans, many of whom are homeless and half of whom arrive in wheelchairs or on scooters due to injury. Please help the WSFB as they help our vets, families and others in need in our community. Please pack a bag of non-perishables and bring to Church on Nov. 19! Cans of: Tuna, Vegetables, and Soup Fruits and Fruit Juices Pork & Beans Stews & Other Meats Packaged Foods: Pasta, Lentils, Pinto and other beans. Macaroni & Cheese & Packaged Dinners Instant Soups Hot and Cold Cereals Peanut Butter & other Nut Butters Nutritional Bars: protein, granola, energy or breakfast bars
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:30 AM
Eco Arts and Crafts with DreamEco Crafts
Santa Monica Farmers Market – Join at the Farmers Market on the 3rd Sunday of each month for creative upcycling arts and crafts with Dreameco Crafts. Focused on reusing and reporposing items to make a creative masterpiece!
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:30 AM
Seed Library of Los Angeles
Santa Monica Farmers Market – Join the Seed Library of Los Angeles and learn how to identify a variety of seeds by their charactaristics. Free and open to the public - find the Seed Library of Los Angeles at the Main Street market on August 20th!
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Del Rey Community Jazz Band at the Main Street Farmers Market
Santa Monica Farmers Market – Don't miss out on a viewing of the Del Rey Community Jazz Band on Sunday, November 19th! This suave group's repertoire includes everything from latin jazz to classic blues, but no matter what they're playin' it's sure to get you jiggin' and jivin'!
 
    Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
West Wing vs Packers
The West Wing (Baltimore Ravens fans in LA & OC) – Join all your friends and family at the West Wing this Sunday when the Ravens take on The Packers. Food specials, drink specials, and about 100 of your closest friends!
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:30 AM
Financial Fitness-Where Best To Invest
Chapel of the Hills – Household debt in the United States reached a new peak- $12.7 trillion- in the first three months of the year. Many economists are troubled by this number and see it as a sign of our economies fragility. This series look at the biblical laws of money management in this new series. If you're upside down on your mortgage, deeply in debt, struggling to make ends meet, or just concerned with managing your money well, this is a series you won't want to miss.
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:30 AM
Young Adult Ministry-Third Sunday Mass and Lunch
St. Dominic's, Eagle Rock – We're having our November THIRD SUNDAY Young Adult Mass and Lunch this coming Sunday, and we'll be meeting at the 10:30 AM Mass this month! Young adults are invited to come to the 10:30 AM Mass this Sunday, November 19th. We will try to sit together near the front on the side by the sacristy (opposite from the choir). Please come at least 10 minutes before Mass to get a spot in that area. After the 10:30 AM Mass, we will gather outside at the front of the church and then head out to eat at a place nearby.
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Fowler Textile Council Sale
Fowler Museum at UCLA – Join us for the Fowler Textile Council’s fundraising sale where great deals can be found on treasures scoured worldwide. Textiles, home décor, books, jewelry, photographs, baskets, objets d’art, vintage, and curiosities from Asia, Africa, the Americas, and the Middle East will be available. This sale supports the Museum’s Textile Council Fund for acquisitions and programs throughout the year. Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 398 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd | $12
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Author Signing: Marcy Smothers, "Eat Like Walt"
Walt Disney's Barn – Join us for our free Public Day on Sunday, November 19 as we welcome author Marcy Smothers with her new book, "Eat Like Walt". Marcy's love of good food, good friends and Disney Magic are combined in this book about Walt's favorite foods and how he shared that love with family, friends and the public. Copies will be available for purchase. All displays will be open from 11am to 3pm. Guests are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys to donate to Toys for Tots. We are located in Griffith Park at the western entrance of the Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum. 5202 Zoo Drive in Los Angeles. See you there!
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Inspirations: Adrian Gottlieb
California Art Club – Adrian Gottlieb will give a presentation on his evolution as an artist since coming to Los Angeles. He will show works from the past and the present that have inspired him.
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Bills @ Chargers
Los Angeles Bills Backers of Santa Monica – This is listed as an away game but I have a feeling the Bills Backers of the west coast are about to turn this into the 9th home game of the season! Busby’s will have the game on like always if you can’t make it to the game but don’t want to miss the action. For those of you going to the game, don’t miss out on the best tailgate party not in Orchard Park! Limited tickets remain and you will NOT be able to purchase them at the gate so be sure to buy ahead of time, link below. Go Bills https://losangelesbillsbackers.yapsody.com/event/index/164796?ref=directory_search
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Hamilton (Touring)
Hollywood Pantages Theatre – Disabled seating is reserved for the exclusive use of the disabled patron and their companion. The purchase or use of disabled seating locations by non-disabled individuals is strictly prohibited and may result in ejection and/or for forfeiture of the ticket price. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Sun, 30 Apr 2017 at 10:00 AM American Express Presale : Wed, 19 Apr 2017 at 10:00 AM
 
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Kids in the Courtyard: Printing with Plants
Fowler Museum at UCLA – Join us for a day of art-making activities celebrating LA-based artist Fran Siegel’s drawing project in Lineage Through Landscape! Families can find inspiration in the courtyard’s natural environment, create solar-powered prints using plants, and explore paper weaving techniques. Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 221 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd | $12/day -- About the Exhibition Lineage through Landscape: Tracing Egun in Brazil (July 23–December 10, 2017) is a multifaceted drawing project developed during the Los Angeles-based artist’s research residency in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and the island of Itaparica, a vibrant center of the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomblé. A vast, forty-foot-long, irregular “weaving” made of strips of sun-exposed and patterned fabric crossed by lengths of delicate drawings of sacred plants on translucent drafting film and cyanotypes, the work will wrap around three walls of the Museum’s “Fowler in Focus” Gallery. Finding inspiration in the worship of ancestral spirits, or Egun, in the natural environment associated with Candomblé practices on Itaparica and in the vexed history of colonialism and slavery in Brazil, Siegel’s project can be read as a highly charged landscape of black Brazil, built from fragments that embrace its African roots.