Category Archives: October

Latin American Visual Voyages

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Latin American Visual Voyages

Saturday 9/30 from 9:00am to 12:30pm; repeats 10/7 from 9:00am to 12:30pm

The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

Explore connections between art, science, and the environment in the exhibition Visual Voyages: Images of Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin with Maite. Then head to the kitchen to prepare and enjoy a Latin American-inspired meal. ($85 members; $100 non-members)

The exhibit is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative.

SOLD OUT!

image: Albert Eckhout, Fruits, Pineapple and, Melon etc., 1640–1650, oil on canvas, 35 13/16 × 35 13/16 in., N.92. Photo: John Lee, National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen.

 

The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book

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The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book

Saturday 10/21 from 3:00pm to 6:00pm

Richard Dorman House Sherman Oaks

In Artisseur’s mid-century space reminiscent of a Parisian atelier, discuss the history of the Parisian Salon with Maite, focusing on the informal conversations and flow of ideas found in Gertrude Stein’s home during the innovative Belle Époque, and its influence on later generations, including an artist who will share stories of his Parisian life and inspiration. Explore The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book , published in 1954 by Stein’s partner, as a best-selling cookbook and popular memoir of their vanguard life together. Then, prepare and savor a unique, yet simple, meal inspired by it.

Limited capacity (10). Artisseur is centrally located off of Mulholland Drive, 1.5 miles from the Skirball Center. Exact address will be given upon registration.

Purchase as a single salon or “Art/Arch Bundle 1″ – this one and Cocktails and the Rat Pack on 2/10.

about Artisseur:
ARTISSEUR is a Los Angeles mid-century modern architectural space with a look to the future drawing inspiration from the past; a concept of social and cultural affinity where art, architecture, nature and community coexist.

purchase book here

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Creepy Stories – just for kids!

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Creepy Stories – just for kids!

Sunday 10/29 from 10:30am to 1:30pm

LACMA

Celebrate Halloween exploring (and inventing!) creepy stories at LACMA before preparing a spooktacular fall feast at the ArtBites Pop-up Kitchen, a 3-minute drive from the museum.

Menu may include:
Stuffed Jack-o-Lanterns
Ghost Kebobs
Graveyard Mousse

Ages 7 to 12. Class is limited to 6 children and one accompanying adult per child. No drop off.

($80 includes museum admission for the child and accompanying adult, tour, ingredients and recipes. Museum parking is not included.)

Please note that though this class meets at LACMA it is not LACMA organized.

register here

images: The Page Piccolo of the Hotel Stadt Gotha, Dresden, Thomas Baumgartner, 1918, oil on canvas, LACMA