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Fallen Fruit's Let Them EATLACMA Today from 12-8 pm

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The EATLACMA exhibit comes to a close today with the all-day event Let Them Eat LACMA. | Photo: Museum Associates/LACMA

The EATLACMA exhibit comes to a close today with the all-day event Let Them Eat LACMA. | Photo: Museum Associates/LACMA
LACMA's year-long celebration and exploration of food, art, politics and culture comes to a close today with the all-day event—Let Them EATLACMA.

Curated by LAist favs the Fallen Fruit art collective, there's a day-long program featuring more than 50 artists, collectives, musicians and performers doing things that have probably never been done on the LACMA campus before.

Check out just a small sampling of what's planned:

  • Fallen Fruit with Eva Posey and Katie Newcom are presenting the performance/installation Ms. Pacman Eats LACMA as well as a fruit drop;
  • Veronica Gonzalez reads a short story "Through the Raw Meat" about a girl in love with a butcher, but this love story doesn't have a happy ending;
  • Jeanne Dunning hosts a tomato fight featuring 10 performers and 10,000 ripe tomatoes;
  • Miss Barbie-Q hosts a Watermelon Eating Contest;
  • Slanguage collective offers Prison Gourmet where an inmate wearing a chef’s hat offers tiny food samples to the public and presenting recipes created by prison inmates;
  • A 15-minute sing-a-long with Phranc.
  • Machine Project leads an Electric Melon Drum Circle with the participating their instruments at the end of the performance.
  • And performance artist Anna Oxygen will be leading psychedelic aerobics to close out the day and exercise the calories consumed throughout the event.
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But there are too many other exhibitions and performances to name. View the full program here. Now let's keep our fingers crossed for no rain today.

5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles
Today (Nov. 7) from 12-8 pm
Free, with admission to the museum ($10-$15)