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Get Out: Kubrick Retrospective, Tavi Gevinson at NerdMelt & Eats Of Borneo Dinner

Welcoming Wild by Nicole Bruckman (Image courtesy of WWA Gallery)
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ART: Tonight is the opening reception for "We Are Who We Pretend To Be" at the WWA Gallery from 7-10 pm. The exhibition is inspired by Kurt Vonnegut's cautionary quote, and it will feature works from 10 painters wrestling with identity, including Nicole Bruckman, David Chung, Justin Bloomer and Jophen Stein. The exhibit runs through December 1. The gallery is located at 9517 Culver Blvd in Culver City. For more information, visit the gallery's website.

FILM: Tonight the Kubrick retrospective at LACMA continues with screenings of "The Killing" at 5 pm and "Paths of Glory" at 7:30 pm. The retrospective is being presented in conjunction with an exhibit featuring Stanley Kubrick. For more information, head over to LACMA's website.

DIY: This afternoon The Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown comics is hosting a zine-making workshop and book-signing with 16-year-old wunderkind Tavi Gevinson, who is the founder of Rookie, a website for teen girls (and teen girls at heart). For more information, visit Nerdist's website.

FOOD: The online magazine East of Borneo is hosting a culinary event where artists, writers, and curators present a gallery of edible work. "Eats of Borneo," will be hosted at the Blum and Poe Gallery on La Cienega from 6-11 p.m., and will raise money for the online magazine.Tickets are $35 presale, and can be purchased here. For more information on the event, check out our write-up. For more weekend culinary events, check out our weekend round-up.

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