Get Out: Documentary On Jazz Legend, Ed Ruscha Signs Books & CARTWHEEL Pop-up Show
ART FAIR: Today is the last day of the CARTWHEEL Street & Outsider Art Pop-Up Show in Hollywood, which will feature art, live painting, music, community events and more. This is an annual spring pop-up show. Today will feature Surfers Healing benefit day for the family with art and music collaboration from 11am until 3pm. PROJECT Gallery is located at 1553 N. Cahuenga Blvd. in Hollywood. The exhibit is open from 10am until 7pm. For more information, visit CARTWHEEL's website.
ART: Today Ed Ruscha will be signing books at LACMA, while his son Eddie Ruscha plays records from his dad's collection. No outside material is allowed, but books will be on sale, including "Reading Edward Ruscha," "Edward Ruscha Catalogue Raisonne of the Paintings, Volume Five," "Various Small Books: Referencing Various Small Books by Edward Ruscha," and "Edward Ruscha: Fifty Years of Painting." (The cheapest among them is $39.95 for "Various Small Books." The signing begins at 4 pm and goes until 6 pm at LACMA in the Ahmanson Building Level 1. It's free, and no reservations are necessary, though seating is limited.
FILM: The UCLA Festival of Preservation is still going on. Today there will be a screening of a documentary on the jazz legend Ornette Coleman called "Ornette: Made in America (1985)" at 4 pm. Tonight there will be a screening that includes the old newsreels from the Hearst Metrotone News. The screening begins at 7 pm. Both screenings will take place in the Billy Wilder Theater at UCLA.
MORE FILM: Today the New Beverly is hosting a double screening of "The Parallax View" at 2:55 & 7:30 pm and "Three Days of the Condor" at 5:00 & 9:35 pm the New Beverly. For more information, visit the theater's website.