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Get Out: Pottery Sale & Grilled Cheese, Much Ado About Nothing, Lantern Festival, Ruscha Book Signing
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Bauer Pottery sale + Grilled Cheese Truck
The well-known pottery company is having their showroom sale, where you can score deals on on Bauer Pottery and Russel Wright American Modern seconds. And yes...the Grilled Cheese Truck will be there for you to check out, too, and indulge in some melty-cheesy-goodness while you're shopping for pottery deals. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. [event details]
Much Ado About Nothing Opens at A Noise Within
A Noise Within presents William Shakespeare's classic comedy Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Michael Murray, opening tonight and running through Friday, May 21, 2010. “Much Ado About Nothing is the epitome of a play about the battle of the sexes," says Murray. "But with all the surface comedy, it’s really about two lonely people who really want to be together. It's a sexy play in which there’s a sense that anything can happen.” Tickets and information: call 818-240-0910 x1 or online.
9th Annual Lantern Festival at the Chinese American Museum
Today the Chinese American Museum hosts their 9th Annual Lantern Festival. Lantern Festival is a traditional festival to celebrate the end of the lunar new year festivities. Join them to celebrate with a fun, FREE day of arts and crafts, live entertainment, and guest food trucks. CAM’s Lantern Festival series represents a departure from most other street event celebration because the primary focus is on education rather than just entertainment. The event’s program strives to present the visiting public with a unique and interactive opportunity to learn and appreciate the history, traditions and customs of this Chinese holiday. 12-7 p.m.
Ed Ruscha: Fifty Years of Painting Book Signing
Artist Ed Ruscha will be at Book Soup in West Hollywood for a 7 pm signing event. The book he's showcasing is Fifty Years of Painting, the new monograph that traces the artist’s painterly legacy to Pop Art, conceptualism and the birth of contemporary art in Los Angeles. Ruscha "as made pioneering work in the media of painting, printmaking, drawing, bookmaking, photography and film since 1958." While the event is free, all books to be signed must be purchased in store.
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