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Pencil This In: Art Exhibits in Empty Glendale Storefronts, Adam Scott at iO West and Kollaboration in Monterey Park

Adam Scott of Parks and Recreation—here pictured with Amy Poehler—is at iO West tonight. (Photo by Chris Haston/NBC)
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Kollaboration takes over Atlantic Times Square in Monterey Park to showcase local Asian and Pacific Islander talent every other Friday and Saturday beginning tonight and running through June 4. Tonight’s lineup features Richard “Tranley” Tran, Jason Yano, Megan Lee, and Oak & Gorski. 7 pm. Free show and free parking.

Adam Scott (Ben Wyatt) of Parks and Recreation takes to the iO West stage tonight as part of the sketch show Celebrity. In the sketch, a celeb (Scott) plays the assistant to a fake celebrity in an improvised, hour-long show. Cast members for Celebrity include Dana Powell (Bridesmaids,) Wendy Molyneux (Bob's Burgers,) Adrian Wenner (My Boys) and more. Tickets: $10. Valet is available at the theater for $5 with validation. 8 pm.

Glendale Area Temporary Exhibitions (GATE) takes over empty storefronts in downtown Glendale for art exhibitions and installations. Tonight there are four new exhibits opening: Protoslag 2011 by William Kaminski and Adam Mason; Consideration & Distribution by Anna Magnuson; Neon work by David O. Johnson; and You Didn’t Think I Could Run a Mile in Six Minutes by Michael Ano. Visitors are welcome to join a reception from 5-10 pm, for the artists at 101 N. Brand, Suite 140.

Artist Kerry Tribe presents a live restaging of Hollis Frampton's groundbreaking experimental film Critical Mass (1971). Frampton’s film captures an argument between a couple and cuts it up into a series of rhythmic, repetitive snippets. The live performance tonight features actors Reed Windle and Jasmine Woods. Tonight at 7:30 pm @LAXART. The performance lasts approximately 30 minutes.

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