‘Gayle On The Go’ For Sunday, January 19

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The California Baby & Kidz Expo offers parents resources and product information all in one location. The event is taking place at the Orange County Fairgrounds today and is filled with non-stop family entertainment, the latest products and more.

Gayle Anderson has the details on this and other events in Sunday’s edition of ‘Gayle On The Go’.


California Baby & Kidz Expo
Orange County Fair & Event Center
88 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa
www.theexpopros.com

The California Baby & Kidz Expo offer parents resource and product information all in one location.

The event at the Orange County Fairgrounds is filled with non-stop family entertainment, the latest products, services, vendors, and stage presentations.

23rd Annual International Los Angeles Photographic Art Exposition
L.A. Mart
1933 South Broadway, Second Floor
Los Angeles
www.photola.com

23rd Annual photo l.a. exhibition presents its widest collaboration of photography yet, exhibiting works dating from the 19th century to the most cutting edge contemporary photo-­based art.

Known for its dynamic programming, photo l.a. will spearhead its exhibition with a unique series of lectures, roundtable discussions, and docent tours.

The Power of Photography The Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Century City
213 403 3000
annenbergspaceforphotography.org

There’s more to see at the Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years. This exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography features the iconic magazine’s famous images as well as a documentary. This is free to the public.

Treasures of the Maya Spirit Exhibition
Los Angeles Jewelry, Antique & Design Show
LA Art Show
Los Angeles Convention Center
South Hall
1201 Figueroa Street
Los Angeles
www.lawintershow.com

This is the only weekend we can see the Treasures of the Maya Spirit! The exhibition features this,
Crouching Masked Jaguar Warrior, a 9 foot stucco sculpture, the only example, known to date, of a three-dimensional stucco sculpture with its original color preserved. It is currently the subject of intense academic research, some of which will be presented in the exhibition. This artifact is described as one of the greatest Mayan discoveries in recent decades,  being unveiled for the first time publicly here in Los Angeles!

The exhibition also features more than 200 object from sculptures, to textiles, to slingshots and ceramics, in the largest Mayan exhibition ever seen in North America. The items on view, will be shipped to the future Museo Maya de America, a new Mayan Museum scheduled to break ground in 2016 in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

By the way, Los Angeles is home to the largest population of Guatemalans living outside of Guatemala, and consequently the largest population of Mayan descendants.

L.A. Times Travel Show
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 Figueroa Street
Los Angeles
latimes.com/travelshow

This is described as the MUST ATTEND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TRAVEL EVENT OF THE YEAR!

This is the L.A. Times Travel Show. Alyssa Milano, UNICEF Ambassador and host of “Project Runway All Stars”, Adam Richman, host of “Adam Richman’s Fandemonium,” and author of “America the Edible”, musician-activist Henry Rollins, author of “Smile, You’re Traveling” AND Arthur Frommer, publisher of more than 340 Frommer’s travel guides, headline the 16th annual festival this weekend at the L.A. Convention Center.

National Museum of Animals & Society
4302 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles
323-928-2652
www.museumofanimals.org

Learn about the National Museum of Animals and Society, dedicated to exploring the bond between people and their pets.

One of the museum’s exhibits teaches visitors about the survival lessons learned by the homeless and their animals.

Works on Paper
California Pop Artist / Realist Wayne Thiebaud
Pepperdine’s Weisman Museum
Pepperdine University
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu
310 506 4522
arts.pepperdine.edu

Printmaking has always been an important medium for California Pop artist Wayne Thiebaud ( TEE- BOW ). Throughout his career, he turned to graphics to develop pictorial ideas by exploring unique qualities of line and color. This exhibition covers his entire career from the 1950s to the present and includes examples of his work in etching, lithography, woodcut, and other graphic media.

Journey of a Dress Exhibition
Wilshire May Company Building
6067 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
646 525 9797

 Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg celebrates the 40th anniversary of her famous wrap dress with the exhibition “Journey of a Dress.”

The exhibition features a retrospective of vintage and contemporary DVF wrap designs from four decades.

33rd Annual Black Doll Show: Dolls Gone Wild
William Grant Still Arts Center
2520 South West View Street
Los Angeles
323-734-1165
www.leimertparkbeat.com

“Dolls Gone Wild” comprise the 33rd annual exhibition of Black Dolls at the William Grant Still Arts Center in Los Angeles. Take a look at the handmade and collectible dolls inspired by animal prints.

A Memoir in Movement: Carmen De Lavallade Geoffrey Holder
California African American Museum
600 State Drive
Exposition Park
Los Angeles
213 744 7432 www.caamuseum.org

Salute and celebrate award winning dancers and choreographers Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder are in the spotlight at the California African American Museum.

The talented team has been creating continuously since the 1940s.

Winter Whale Watching
Harbor Breeze Cruises
Aquarium of the Pacific Long Beach
310-466-4930
www.harborbreezecruises.com

Apparently, there is plenty of food for marine life. Scientist report a rare and unprecedented number of Sperm whales, Humpback whales, Fin Whales, AND Orcas can be seen off the coast at the moment.

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Have a GREAT Sunday!

Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.