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Pencil This In: Caviar 101 at Petrossian, Neighborhood Public Radio Engagement Party at MOCA, Ionesco at A Noise Within

David Smith's 'Untitled,' 1963. (Estate of David Smith VAGA/New York.) Smith's exhibition 'Cubes and Anarchy' runs through July 24 at LACMA.
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MOCA’s spring artist collective Neighborhood Public Radio (NPR) begins their three-month residency tonight at the museum’s Engagement Party. Their installation—In Your Ear—harnesses airwaves around the museum to transmit radio programs on local frequencies. Bring your own transistor radio or buy one at the museum for $2.  MOCA visitors may tune into these programs via handheld personal transistor radios they either bring to or buy at the event for $2. 7-10 pm. Free.

Petrossian offers Caviar 101 classes on the first Thursday of the month beginning tonight at 7:30a pm. It’s a guided tasting of up to three caviars with Champagne or Vodka for just $35. Additional small plates by Chef Giselle Wellman showcasing caviar will also be served.