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Get Out: Pablove Scooter Rally, Patchwork Indie Arts & Crafts, EATLACMA, Art Openings, Good Food Sunday

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Sweet Street Scooter Rally
The Scootabaker, along with The Sweets Trucks, Vespa of Sherman Oaks and The Pablove Foundation (at Dangerbird Records) are partnering up for the first “Sweet Street Scooter Rally." The rally will benefit the Pablove Foundation. The rally will launch at Vespa of Sherman Oaks, and will make its way to the finish line at Dangerbird Records in Silverlake, home of the Pablove Foundation. The Sweets Truck and Scootabaker will be on-site selling sweet treats, and Vespa of Sherman Oaks will sell Sweet Street Rally merchandise for rally patrons to buy. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Pablove Foundation. This event is free to all, and open to ALL SCOOTERS. Those without scooters are invited to join in at Dangerbird Records and enjoy the desserts of the Scootabaker and The Sweets Truck. Ride begins in Sherman Oaks at 10. Dangerbird event is 11-2. 3801 West Sunset Blvd, Silver Lake.

Patchwork Indie Arts & Crafts Festival: Long Beach
Patchwork Indie Arts & Crafts Festival showcases over 75 local independent artists, crafters and designers in an outdoor setting. There's also food and music to enjoy. 11a-5p. Free. Marine Statdium Park, Long Beach.

EATLACMA is a year-long investigation into food, art, culture and politics. Fusing the richness of LACMA's permanent collection with the ephemerality of food and the natural growth cycle, EATLACMA's projects consider food as a common ground that explores the social role of art and ritual in community and human relationships. EATLACMA unfolds seasonally, with artist's gardens planted and harvested on the museum campus, hands-on public events, and a concurrent exhibition, Fallen Fruit Presents The Fruit of LACMA (June 27-November 7, 2010). It culminates in a day-long event (November 7, 2010) in which over fifty artists and collectives will activate, intervene, and re-imagine the entire museum's campus and galleries. EATLACMA is curated by Fallen Fruit—David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young—and LACMA curator Michele Urton.

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Other notable Art Shows
- LACMA: John Baldessari: Pure Beauty (June 27 - Sep 12)
- Armory, Pasadena: International Mail Art Exhibit(Jun 27 - Aug 22); Richard Jackson: Red Room / Green Room (Jun 27 - Aug 22); Ara Oshagan: Juvies (Jun 27 - Aug 29)

Dwell on Design's Good Food Sunday
Dwell on Design wraps up today, and our spotlight is on the Good Food Sunday panels that start at Noon. [Previously]