Leonard Bernstein at 100 On the centennial of his birth, the Skirball presents a celebration of the life and work of American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein (West Side Story, […]
Leonard Bernstein at 100
On the centennial of his birth, the Skirball presents a celebration of the life and work of American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein (West Side Story, On the Waterfront). Organized by the GRAMMY Museum and curated by its director and renowned music historian, Robert Santelli, the exhibition is the most comprehensive retrospective of Bernstein’s life and career ever staged in a museum setting.
April 26 – September 2.
Going on Now
Rembrandt and the Inspiration of India
23 surviving drawings made in the style of artists serving the Mughal court in India.
Through June 24.
Very Eric Carle Exhibit
Children are invited to step into the pages of Eric Carle’s colorful picture books in this play-and-learn exhibit. Geared for ages 2 to 6.
Through May 13.
16 – 18
The popular seedling sale hits the Tapia Brothers Farm Stand in Encino, showcasing nearly 300 varieties. New this year: classes to learn how to grow like a pro.
Vegan Street Fair
Local restaurants and vendors come together to serve vegan eats in NoHo.
Richard Wright’s iconic novel comes to life in this adaptation from the Antaeus Theatre Company.
Through June 3.
Not an Ostrich: And Other Images from America’s Library
A curated excavation of nearly 500 images—out of a collection of over 14 million—housed at the Library of Congress, which vividly portray America across time.
Through September 9.
24 & 25
A peformance featuring one of the world’s oldest art forms— classical Chinese dance—accompanied by special eﬀects and a full orchestra.
Autism Speaks Walk
Register for this annual event at the Rose Bowl, which raises money for autism research.
An expert weighs in.