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Get Out: "Teeny Tiny Woman" at MOCA, Block Party in Pomona, Touring the Arroyo Seco
WALK: Ever wondered about the history of Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco, home of the famous old Colorado Street bridge? Then head out this morning on a tour of the area, guided by Steve Roberts, a photographer with an exhibition about the canyon at the Velaslavasay Panorama. The 90-minute walk is free and starts at 10 am. Park at the corner of Westminster Drive and South Arroyo Boulevard in Pasadena to get started.
ART: Local contemporary artist Amanda Ross-Ho opens her new exhibition, Teeny Tiny Woman, today at MOCA Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. The custom-created space will feature large paintings, objects, textiles and photographs exploring “translation, scale and the authored collapse of authentic gesture and performance.” It's free and open from 11 am until 6 pm.
PARTY: Summer’s here, so ‘tis the season for block parties! Head over to the Downtown Pomona Arts Colony at the 300 Block of 2nd Street in Pomona for the Moon Block Party, which features the local pop collective Fool’s Gold, acclaimed indie band Crystal Antlers and a host of other local independent artists. It’s all free and starts at 2 pm. For more information, check out L.A. Record's site.
ROCK AND ROLL: The anticipated photo exhibition, “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present,” opens its doors tomorrow at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City. Admission is free, so head there tomorrow between 11am and 7:30pm to see some amazing rare stills of music legends—the Beatles, Madonna, Elvis—done by great photographers like David LaChapelle and Annie Leibovitz.