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Get Out: Soundscapes Inspired By Landscapes, Womynhouse & Readings From the (Emotional?) Tundra

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WOMYNHOUSE: Twelve female artists from Loyola Marymount are gathering to present their work at the collaborative "Womynhouse" in the Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University. From today until November 11, there will be performances, photography, installation, spoken word, films, mixed media, poetry, prose and even a costume party to celebrate your favorite woman in history. For more info, visit the exhibition's site.

SOUNDSCAPES: Today Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (SASSAS) is presenting "sound. at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook," which will features compositions by percussionist Alex Cline, experimental collective Lady Noise and brass specialist William Roper. These new SASSAS commissions will be played by more than 30 Los Angeles area musicians arrayed in different locations across the historic topography of the overlook. SASSAS invited each composer to make a field recording at the Overlook and respond to it with a new work. The event begins at 3 pm and the last performance starts at 4:20 pm. The Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook is located at 6300 Hetzler Rd. in Culver City. For more info, go here.

READINGS: Five Points Reading Series is presenting "Tundra" at Workspace in Lincoln Heights. The event will host readings by local authors Ken Ehrlich, Grace Krilanovich and Karen Tongson. The event starts at 5 pm today. For more info, visit the event's website.