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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Elliott Smith Documentary, For The Birds Audubon Exhibit Closing, 20th Santa Monica Festival, 3rd Unique LA

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Coming Up Roses: Elliot Smith Documentary will be screening two nights as part of the Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival (formally the Los Angeles International Film Festival), each followed by a guest panel. Saturday at 2:00 p.m, Sunday at 8:00 p.m. at the Hayworth Theater, 2511 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90057. Tickets.

For the Birds: Head to the Audubon Center at Debs Park for the final day closing ceremony and auction of artist-made installations throughout the Audubon grounds from the "For the Birds" exhibit. "These works explore a number of bird related themes, including vanishing habitat, and the representation of birds in popular culture. Visitors can enjoy refreshments in the Audubon’s Discovery Room and peruse the gallery show of artwork by Arroyo Arts Collective members."
Debs Park, Los Angeles, CA, 2:00p to 5:00p

Saturday In The Park: The Santa Monica Festival celebrates its 20th year in "the unique intersection of art and the environment. Festival-goers can celebrate Mother Earth and all moms this Mother’s Day weekend with an eclectic mix of live music and dance, DIY art workshops utilizing recycled and repurposed materials, guilt-free shopping from vendors featuring earth-friendly artistic wares and local resources offered by a variety of City and local non-profit organizations." Click here for full schedule, program, directions, & parking. Clover Park, Santa Monica, CA, 11:00 am to 6:00pm.

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