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Get Out: Land Art at MOCA, Silver Lake Jubilee (Day 2), Indie Arts & Crafts

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ART: Today is the opening day for the MOCA exhibit at the Geffen "Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974." The show will feature land art—art that incorporates earth—which emerged in the 1960s. The show features over eighty artists and projects from United Kingdom, Japan, Israel, Iceland, Eastern and Northern Europe, as well as North and South Americas. For more information, check out MOCA's site.

CRAFTS: If you like independent crafts and designers and happen to be in Orange County, head over to Santa Ana's Patchwork Indie Arts & Crafts Festival. There will be over 100 booths featuring the work of artists, designers and crafters making everything from clothes to home goods to beauty products from 11 am until 5 pm. It is being held in downtown Santa Ana at the intersection of Sycamore and Second Street. There will be a bike valet, if you're so inclined. For more info, check out its website.

FESTIVAL: Today is the second Silver Lake Jubilee. The music kicks off at noon go on until 1 am, and you can find the full line-up and set times here.

BOOZE IN THE GARDEN: The Getty's Garden is reopened this weekend and it's been celebrating by offering drink specials.

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HISTORY: Grauman's will be offering up tours this morning until noon to celebrate its 85th birthday.

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