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Get Out: Brewery Art Walk, Escape to Ojai, Dziga Vertov, Free Museums
ART: Today and tomorrow you can enjoy the free Brewery Art Walk. Walk around the Brewery, talk to the artists and check out their studios and lofts. Peruse the artwork, shop and have a bite to eat. It goes from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 2100 North Main Street, Unit A10.
FILM: Dziga Vertov's "Kino-Eye" and "Kino Pravda No. 23" will be playing at the Billy Wilder Theatre, which displays the filmmaker's radical techniques in documenting contemporary life. The film starts at 7:30, and tickets are $10. For more information visit the event page here.
LEGEND: The Egyptian Theatre will host a book signing of "My Husband, My Friend," which is by the wife of Steve McQueen, Neile Adam's at 6:30 pm. There will be a screening of the WWII film "The Great Escape" following the book signing at 7:30 pm. For more details visit the event listing here.
FOLK: There's still time for you to "Escape to Ojai" and hear some of Los Angeles' best folk. The hands start playing at 7pm and it goes until 2pm at the Ojai Deer Lounge, which is at 2261 Maricopa Highway. Stone Darling, Restarvant, Spindrift, and many more local folk groups will be playing. Tickets are $15, and all ages are welcome. For more information or to purchase tickets visit the Folk Fest site here.
And don't forget to check out the 18 museums that will be offering free admission today to mark the end of the art festival Pacific Standard Time.
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