Just in case you missed INCOGNITO at SMMoA, you’ve got a second opportunity to get in on the action. Though there may not be much left, take the chance to snatch up some amazing deals.
Unlike Saturday’s $100 ticket….today’s event only costs $10 and you may luck out and find an incredible piece of art by one of these renowned artists, John Baldessari, Mark Bradford, Marco Brambilla, Judy Chicago, Kim McCarty, Yoko Ono, Raymond Pettibon, Ed Ruscha, Betye Saar, Mickalene Thomas, or William Wegman…you never know. Remember, each $350.00 plus tax work of art is signed on the back and the artists’ identities are revealed only after purchase.
What: INCOGNITO, 2nd Day Sale
Where: SMMoA (B-4) Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave. Santa Monica, 90404
When: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Also today, celebrate the arrival of spring with a full day of exciting activities throughout LACMA’s campus, including a world-premiere music-dance-video performance created by Hamid Saeidi, a live performance by pop sensation KamyR, and a traditional Nowruz display known as “Haft Sîn.”
Check the website for full event schedule.
What: “Nowruz Celebration” at LACMA
Where: LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036
When: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm.
Phone: (323) 857-6010
As part of Women’s History Month the Santa Monica History Museum presents A Tribute to Dynamic Women of the Past, a look at the significant women in Santa Monica’s history. Arcadia Bandini is a key figure who in 1871 became one of the wealthiest women in California after the death of her first husband. Bandini married her second husband, Colonel Robert S. Baker, who co-founded Santa Monica, and Arcadia became one of Santa Monica’s most influential citizens. In 1897, Arcadia and Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones became the primary stockholders of a property holding corporation, the Santa Monica Land and Water company.
These stockholders generously donated land for churches, public schools, Lincoln Park (Reed Park), the Woman’s Club building, forestry station, Palisades Park, the grassy strip on San Vicente boulevard. They also donated land where the Veterans’ Administration is located today. Arcadia is the first woman in Santa Monica’s history to be officially recognized with a monument in Palisades Park.
Discover more about Arcadia Bandini and other notable Santa Monica woman and explore the photo exhibit Women in Santa Monica History of the women being featured in this talk.
Tickets: $5. Seats are limited please call 310-395-2290 or email to make a reservation. For more information:
What: A Tribute to Dynamic Women of the Past, Talk & Exhibit
Where: Santa Monica History Museum, 1350 7th St., Santa Monica
When: 2:00 am – 4:00 pm.