It’s Sunday! There many events we can enjoy virtually as well as in-person. Here are some Sunday “Gayle on the NEW NORMAL Go!” suggestions.
Please stay safe!
2021 Virtual Edition
A Full Week of Online Fun!
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
University of Southern California
The Springtime Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is a virtual affair now through Friday, April 23rd due to the pandemic. There is something for everyone including children. The complete calendar of authors is available at event.latimes.com.
Breaking the Oscars Ceiling
Academy Museum of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Thursday, April 22nd @ 7pm
Fashion Designer Diane von Furstenberg and Academy Museum of Motion Pictures trustee hosts BREAKING THE OSCARS CEILING, a conversation with actresses Whoopie Goldberg, Marlee Maitlin, Sophia Loren & songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie, women who achieved significant and historic Oscars milestones. Virtual program is moderated by Academy Museum chief artistic and programming officer Jacqueline Stewart.
Make your reserve now for the Thursday, April 22nd, 7pm event at academymuseum.org.
Coloring Illustrations from Ruth E. Carter
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
Academy Award winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter, who made Hollywood history as the first Black costume designer to win as Oscar for her work on the movie BLACK PANTHER, has partnered with the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, to produce this COLORING ILLUSTRATIONS FROM RUTH E. CARTER. Creations will be shared on media.
Take a look at the eight Ruth E. Carter illustrations and learn about the gifted and award winning costume designer as www.academymuseum.org
Nikita Gale: Private Dancer
California African American Museum
600 State Drive
Covid-19 Precautions Required.
At the California African American Museum, visual artist Nikita Gale celebrates the artistry of Grammy winner Tina Turner with her exhibition entitled PRIVATE DANCER.
This is Ms. Gale’s first solo museum exhibition. You can experience this for free at the California African American Museum as long as you acknowledge the Covid-19 precautions.
She Loves Collective
117 North Artsakh Avenue
Armenian female artists of the She Loves Collective invite the public to view three pop-up exhibits in Glendale. The MY RELIC collection is a contemporary view of Armenian culture; the trials and tribulations of the Armenian people and their ability to survive and thrive despite adversity. Learn more about the collection, the artists, and visiting hours at shelovescollective.com.
In-Person Fair Foodie Fest @ Toyota Arena
Noon to 10pm
4000 East Ontario Center Parkway
Covid-19 Precautions Required.
This is the In-Person Fair Foodie Fest at Toyota Arena in Ontario. Described as a “safe in-person fair foodie fest experience”, there are carnival rides, a farmers market and of course, tasty fair food. Admission is free! To find out what’s on the menu — Hmmm, I love the giant turkey legs — and to get your tickets, go to the www.fairfoodiefest.com
So, let’s make this a “let’s eat” Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.