Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, February 17th, 2019

Happy Sunday! What are you doing today! Here are some interesting and fun Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” suggestions! And, don't forget nonprofit organizations, such as FOOD FINDERS can always use our help and donations to feed the needy!

Take a look!

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Gayle Anderson was with the Lakewood in nonprofit organization FOOD FINDERS, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

FOOD FINDERS is a multi-regional food bank and rescue program that picks up donated food from hundreds of local grocery stores, bakeries, restaurants and produce markets. The organization then distributes the food to missions, shelters, and social service agencies that feed the needy and poor.

The organization says its volunteers and staff drivers pick up and deliver on a same-day basis. On average, FOOD FINDERS provide enough food for 22,000 meals a day, reducing the amount of food insecurity and food waste prevalent throughout Southern California.

For more information, take a look at the website: http://www.foodfinders.org

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Closing Weekend!
27th Annual Pan African Film & Fine Arts Festival
Baldwin Hills / Crenshaw Plaza
3650 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Los Angeles
paff.org
This is the closing weekend of the 27th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival. Baldwin Hills events showcases more than one-hundred and 50 films more than one-hundred artists now through Monday, February 18th. Detailed event and ticket information is available at paff.org

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Pompeii: The Exhibition
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum
40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley
http://www.reaganfoundation.org
This unique exhibition features more than 150 authentic artifacts on loan from the renowned Naples National Archaeological Museum in Italy. These are not replicas, but rather original, 2,000-year-old objects that were preserved in the ash. These artifacts include wall-sized frescos, marble and bronze sculptures, jewelry, ancient Roman coins, and full body casts of the volcano’s victims.

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Reserve Free Tickets!
Ai Weiwei: Life Cycle
Marciano Art Foundation
4357 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
Marcianoartfoundation.org
Marciano Art Foundation is pleased to announce the third MAF Project in the Theater Gallery, a solo exhibition of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, on view from September 28, 2018 — March 3, 2019. This exhibition is Ai’s first major institutional exhibition in Los Angeles and will feature the new and unseen work Life Cycle (2018) – a sculptural response to the global refugee crisis. The exhibition will also present iconic installations Sunflower Seeds (2010) and Spouts (2015) within the Foundation’s Theater Gallery.
On view for the first time in the Black Box, Life Cycle (2018) references the artist’s 2017 monumental sculpture Law of the Journey, Ai’s response to the global refugee crisis, which used inflatable, black PVC rubber to depict the makeshift boats used to reach Europe. In this new iteration, Life Cycle depicts an inflatable boat through the technique used in traditional Chinese kite-making, exchanging the PVC rubber for bamboo.

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Reserve Free Tickets!
Yayoi Kusama: With All My Love For The Tulips, I Pray Forever, 2011
Marciano Art Foundation
4357 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
Marcianoartfoundation.org
Pioneering multimedia artist Yayoi Kusama’s work has transcended some of the most important art movements of the second half of the 20th century, including pop art and minimalism. Born in 1929 in Matsumoto, Japan, Kusama studied painting briefly in Kyoto before moving to New York City in the late 1950s. She began her large-scale Infinity Net paintings during this decade and went on to apply their obsessive, hallucinatory qualities to three-dimensional work. In a unique style that is both sensory and utopian, Kusama’s work—which spans paintings, performances, room-size presentations, sculptural installations, literary works, films, fashion, design, and interventions within existing architectural structures—possesses a highly personal character, yet one that has connected profoundly with large audiences around the globe. Throughout her career, the artist has been able to break down traditional barriers between work, artist, and spectator.
Kusama’s exuberant sculptural installation With All My Love For The Tulips, I Pray Forever (2011) exemplifies the dualism found throughout her work between the organic and the artificial. Shown here for the first time in Los Angeles, the oversized flower-potted tulips made from fiberglass- reinforced plastic are painted with the same red polka dots as the floor, ceiling, and walls, creating an immersive viewing experience while at the same time diminishing the appearance of depth. This work exemplifies Kusama’s singular vision and her distinctive gift for drawing viewers into the work on a deeply visceral level.
Kusama currently lives and works in Tokyo.

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stARTup Art Fair Los Angeles
The Kinney Venice Beach
737 West Washington Boulevard
Venice
startupartfair.com
stARTup Art Fair returns for a fourth year to Los Angeles. More than 70 artists take over The Kinney – Venice Beach Hotel for a three-day contemporary art extravaganza. Get inspired and to start your art collection!

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Frieze Los Angeles
Paramount Pictures Studios
https://frieze.com/fairs/frieze-los-angeles
Frieze is launching a new annual contemporary art fair in Los Angeles
The inaugural edition of Frieze Los Angeles brings together 70 of the most significant and forward-thinking contemporary galleries from across the city and around the world, alongside a curated program of talks, site-specific artists’ projects and film.
***Please note: The location is a working movie lot. There is no parking on the premises. Event organizers suggest using mass transit, taxis, or ride sharing services.***

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SUNDAY “GAYLE ON THE GO!”
Velveteria
711 New High Street
Chinatown
626 714 8545
velveteria.com
According to LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE, the future of “the city’s kitschiest cultural institution” is hazy! Early in January, Velveteria’s Instagram indicated that the small destination dedicated to velvet paintings would only be open until the end of the month. Days later, via Instagram, Velveteria announced that it would be business as usual through the end of February. But beyond that, the future is a bit more uncertain.
Museum owner Carl Baldwin says his unique museum could stay put longer if business allows for it, noting that he need about 30 guests a day paying the $10 cover for the Velveteria tour.

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Free!
Crumbling Empire
Upside-Down Propaganda
The Wende Museum
10808 Culver Boulevard
Culver City
http://www.wendemuseum.org
The Wende Museum presents CRUMBLING EMPIRE and UPSIDE-DOWN PROPAGANDA, two new exhibitions featuring subversive art by Soviet painters, Shepard Fairey, Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid, and North Korean defector Sun Mu on view now through June 2, 2019

Even the most restrictive authoritarian regimes are unable to completely silence voices of dissent. Two new exhibitions at the Wende Museum explore the role of art in grassroots and subversive expression, from the Soviet Union to North Korea to the United States. Across borders and generations, American street artist Shepard Fairey, Soviet artists of the glasnost and perestroika era, and North Korean propaganda-poster artist turned dissident painter Sun Mu appropriate and reinterpret the aesthetics and symbols of authority to create messages of liberation. This will be the first exhibition of Sun Mu’s work in a U.S. museum.
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Harlem Globetrotters
Fan Powered World Tour
STAPLES Center
Los Angeles
http://www.HarlemGlobetrotters.com/SoCal
The Harlem Globetrotters bring their brand new “Fan Powered World Tour” to Southern California from Feb. 15-24. The full schedule and ticket information are available at http://www.HarlemGlobetrotters.com/SoCal.
Games include:
Sunday, Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. - STAPLES Center in Los Angeles
Friday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. - Pechanga Arena in San Diego
Saturday, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. - Honda Center in Anaheim
Sunday, Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. - Pechanga Arena in San Diego

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William Grant Still & The Harlem Renaissance: Symphony No. 1 @ 2pm
Los Angeles Philharmonic:
*Thomas Wilkins, Conductor
*Charlotte Blake Alston, Narrator
*Aaron Diehl, Pianist
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles
Dean of African-American composers, William Grant Still is the composer most associated with the Harlem Renaissance. His First Symphony combines classical form with the blues progressions and rhythms of popular African-American music.

This special event is presented in partnership with the California African American Museum.

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Free!
Shaping Our Nation’s History: African American Achievements in Television @ Noon
Paley Center for Media
465 North Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills
The Paley Center for Media is celebrating Black History Month by transforming into an interactive exhibit coinciding with the 60th anniversary of Motown and the 100th birthday anniversary of Jackie Robinson. This month long celebration will feature an interactive exhibit, family craft activities, education classes for high school students focusing on the civil rights movement, and screenings that take visitors on a nostalgic journey through the most significant African-American moments in television. Entry to the exhibit is free and will be on display from February 1-28. For more information visit paleycenter.org.

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Free!
35th Annual Black History Celebration @ 5pm
Altadena Baptist Church
791 East Calaveras Avenue
Altadena
626 797 8970
altadenabaptist.org
Jackie Lacey, the first woman and the first African-American to serve as L.A. County's District Attorney since the office was started in 1850, is the keynote speaker at Altadena Baptist Church’s 35th Annual Black History Celebration Sunday, February 17th.
The program, which will begin at 5 pm, includes reflections on the continuing struggle toward equality in America, asking the theme question "Can We Make a Difference?" There will be inspiring Gospel music by the church choir and soloists. Afterwards, all those attending will be invited to enjoy a free soul-food fellowship meal.
For more information regarding the Celebration, please call the church office, at (626) 797-8970, or go to our website, altadenabaptist.org.

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Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale
Autry Museum of the American West
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles
http://www.theautry.org
Explore the American West through paintings and sculptures by 64 premier Western artists! “Masters” opens with a full day of festivities, including artist talks, an awards presentation, and an evening cocktail reception where approximately 250 fixed-price works are sold through a drawing. Proceeds support the Autry’s dynamic educational programs, ongoing collections conservation, and much more.

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Latin Jazz Sunday @ 7pm
Autry Museum of the American West
4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park
Los Angeles
Cost: $3.00 to $10.00
Enjoy and dance to live music provided by the UCLA Latin Jazz Ensemble. Directed by Dr. Paul De Castro, this ensemble focuses on diverse Latin Jazz styles and popular music Cuban with an emphasis on instrumental Latin Jazz solos.

A cash bar and light refreshments will be available and select galleries will remain open.

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Kinetic Energy: Art That Won’t Sit Still
Museum of Neon Art
216 South Brand Boulevard
Glendale
818 696 2149
http://www.neonmona.org
We can see the creative spirit of the artists who use sculpture, paint, and neon to create KINETIC ENERGY: ART THAT WON’T SIT STILL at the Museum of Neon Art in Glendale. You can see this exhibition today. Museum hours are Noon until 7pm. General admission is only $10.00.

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Lost at Sea: The Explorations of Dr. Robert Ballard
The Battleship Iowa Museum
250 South Harbor Boulevard
Los Angeles
877 446 9261
PacificBattleship.com
Tickets prices for this unique exhibition start at ten-dollars. Aboard the historic Battleship Iowa the exhibition “LOST AT SEA: THE EXPLORATIONS OF DR. ROBERT BALLARD.” Dr. Ballard is known for his discovery of the final resting place of RMS Titanic. This exhibition is made possible by AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles.

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Make it culturally interesting Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News!

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