The Broad Museum

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

The Broad’s first visiting special exhibition, "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" is the first institutional survey to explore the celebrated Japanese artist’s immersive Infinity Mirror Rooms. This exhibition will embark on the most significant North American tour of her work in nearly two decades, and The Broad will be the only California museum to host the exhibition. More

Exposition Park

Strut Your Mutt

Join thousands of animal lovers for "Strut Your Mutt," a walk in the park that saves lives by raising funds for local animal welfare organizations.  "Strut Your Mutt," presented by BOBS from Skechers, takes place at Exposition Park on Saturday, October 21, from 1:30 to 6 p. More

Museum of Latin American Art

Storytellers: A Dia de los Muertos Celebration

MOLAA is kicking off its Dia de los Muertos, a vibrant celebration of life and loved ones, with a night of storytelling through music, altars and art. The evening will include a cash bar, vendors, food, exhibitions, and live art by SAND ONE, a female artist from East LA, creating larger than life dolls. More

USC Bovard Auditorium

NPR Presents: Tom Hanks In Conversation with David Greene

Tom Hanks, iconic actor-producer-director, is adding another title to his list of accomplishments: author. This October, catch NPR Morning Edition host David Greene in conversation with the two-time Academy Award winner about his new collection of short stories, "Uncommon Type." Select tickets include a signed copy of the book. More

The College of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona

Fall 2017 ENV Open House at Cal Poly Pomona

High school and community college students, families, teachers and counselors are invited to tour art and design facilities, meet ENV faculty members at the forefront of academics and practice, mingle with students who have an edge in the job market and design professions while they learn-by-doing, and get important information on admission, financial aid, and housing. More

La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

End of the Rainbow

"End of the Rainbow" is the Broadway smash about the later years of the legendary Judy Garland. The real fireworks happened offstage. It’s December 1968 and Judy Garland is about to make her comeback…again. In a London hotel room, with both her new young fiancé and her adoring accompanist, Garland struggles to get “beyond the rainbow” with her signature cocktail of talent, tenacity and razor-sharp wit. Featuring some of Garland’s most memorable songs, this savagely funny play-with-music offers unique insight into the inner conflict that inspired and consumed one of the most beloved figures of our time. More

National Preparedness Month with The Earthquake Bag

It's National Preparedness Month, and Southern Californians need to start today to improve our readiness for the next major earthquake. In an emergency, every second counts- that’s why it’s crucial to have a game plan and emergency supplies now.The first steps include making and practicing a family emergency response plan, building or buying an earthquake bag, and signing up for emergency alerts. More

The Pasadena Civic Auditorium

A Prairie Home Companion with Chris Thile, Live from Pasadena

Join host Chris Thile for a live broadcast of A Prairie Home Companion from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Saturday, October 28 at 2:45 pm with guests Dan Auerbach, Robert Finley, Fiona Apple, plus a bit of humor form the Royal Acdemy of Radio Actors, and Chris will compose a brand new song for the show. More

Museum of Latin American Art

Dia de los Muertos Family Festival

The Museum of Latin American Art is kicking off Dia de los Muertos with a vibrant celebration of life and loved ones at MOLAA’s annual festival. Learn more about this cultural tradition through art workshops, live performances, gallery tours, food, face painting, unique craft vendors, and an Art Exhibition. Dia de los Muertos attire strongly encouraged – come dressed as a calavera! More

Courtesy of AMPAS

Samuel Goldwyn Theater, Beverly Hills

‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ and Latino film culture: downSTAGE with The Frame

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents “From Latin America to Hollywood: Latino Film Culture in Los Angeles, 1967–2017,” a series of film screenings, live conversations, oral histories, publications and a dedicated website exploring the shared influences of Latino and Latin American filmmakers and the work they created or presented in Los Angeles during the past half-century. More