Support for LAist comes from
We Explain L.A.
Stay Connected

Share This

Arts and Entertainment

Pencil This In: Podcasting Mixer, The Crimson Kimono Screening,

Hollywood_Farmers_Market.jpg
Hollywood Farmer's Market berries | Photo by PaulieH77
LAist relies on your reader support, not paywalls.
Freely accessible local news is vital. Please power our reporters and help keep us independent with a donation today.

FILM*
There’s a screening of Sam Fuller’s The Crimson Kimono tonight at 8 pm in Ramo Auditorium. Here’s the premise: “A pair of LAPD detectives, a murdered stripper, and a love triangle—the quintessential mid-century L.A. story. The twist in director Sam Fuller's largely unseen gem are its interracial relationships and Little Tokyo setting.” A panel discussion, hosted by Larry Mantle of KPCC FM, will features Lon Kurashige, Associate Professor of History, American Studies, and Ethnicity, University of Southern California; Henry Sheehan, Film Critic; James Shigeta, actor from The Crimson Kimono..

CLASSICAL
Clarinetist Dimitri Ashkenazy and violist Scott Woolweaver take to the stage together tonight at St. Matthew’s Parish in Pacific Palisades. The chamber music concert, which starts at 8 pm, also features series curators Susan Greenberg, long-time LACO flutist, and pianist Delores Stevens. On the program are works by Schumann, Schmitt, Villa-Lobos, Uhl, Bernstein and Bruch. Tickets are $25; students with ID are free.

ART TALK
Judy Fiskin is in the spotlight for LACMA’s “Conversations with Artists” series tonight at 7 pm. There will be a screening of her videos “Fifty Ways to Set the Table” and “The End of Photography” followed by a conversation between Fiskin and Charlotte Cotton, curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department. The event is free, but tickets are required. They’ll be available at the box office one hour before the program.