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Pencil This In: Susan Meiselas, William T. Vollmann at the Hammer, 'Drowning in Info' at Zócalo, Stories at The Moth

William T. Vollmann is at the Hammer with Susan Meiselas | Vollmann self-portrait from the Hammer Museum
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The Hammer Conversations series welcomes Susan Meiselas, a documentary photographer best known for her coverage of the insurrection in Nicaragua and human rights issues in Latin America, and author William T. Vollmann (Imperial, Europe Central, The Atlas, Rising Up and Rising Down). Tickets are required, and are available at the Hammer’s Billy Wilder Theater Box Office one hour prior to start time. Limit one ticket per person on a first come, first served basis. Free. 7 pm.

We believe that tonight’s Culture in the Canyon at the Chautauqua Series is going to be a lot more crowded. San Andreas-The Big Fault has helped shape the Santa Monica Mountains and our lives. Dr. David Lynch will discuss the “origin, mechanics, and impact of the web of fault lines connecting us to the San Andreas Fault in California.” Meet at Woodland Hall. 1.5 hrs. 7:30 pm.