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Tonight, the 7th Annual Art Crawl kicks off across the eastside landscape of Silverlake, Los Feliz and Echo Park. The free, self-guided event runs from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Admission is $5.00, which also allows attendees acess to the "Album Cover Art Retrospective" post-crawl party. The Crawl continues throughout the weekend, running from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.

At 7:00 PM, head for Pasadena and Norton Simon Museum to listen to Colin B. Bailey's lecture "Towards a Thinking Man’s Boucher: Myth and Genre in Boucher’s Art." Bailey is Chief Curator of The Frick Collection, tackling the divide between Boucher's reputation as a libertine and the more poetic subjects of his art. "This lecture offers a reappraisal of Boucher, presenting him as an inspired creator of narratives from religion and mythology, as well as a witty and knowing chronicler of gallantry and flirtation."

At LACMA, the film series Monty: The Films of Montgomery Clift continues at 7:30 PM with a screening of 1953's I Confess, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, followed by 1962's Freud, directed by John Huston.

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In music, Spaceland has Brother Danielson of The Danielson Famile performing with Half Handed Cloud and The Castanets tonight. Tickets are $8.00 and doors open at 9:00 PM

But if soul is more your speed, head to the Greek Theater for an evening with Aretha Franklin and guest Teddy Richards at 8:00 PM. This is the Queen of Soul's first appearance in Los Angeles in 21 years, so buy tickets now.