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Get Out: Earth Day Events, Hiking and Open Studios at CalArts

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ARTS: CalArts is hosting their annual open studios event today. MFA graduate candidates in Art, Photography, Media, and Art and Technology will be opening up their workspaces to the public from 1 until 6pm. You will have the opportunity to meet the artists and preview their work-in-progress. Visit the event page for directions and more details.

OUTDOORS: Go on a hike at the Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve to discover the signs left by the wind, water, and wildlife that tell stories of life in the park. The hike begins at 4pm and will last approximately 2 hours. Meet at the Victory Blvd. entrance trailhead to begin this moderate hike. For more details visit the LA Mountains’ Facebook calendar.

GO GREEN: Today is Earth Day! There are a ton of cool events happening around town. Find out where you can go to celebrate environmental awareness here.

LITERATURE: Today is the second and last day of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Admission is free (though $1 reservations are recommended for hot panels). Check out our insider's guide or the festival's website.

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