Sunday, May 24, 2015
  • Row After Row | April 25 – May 31

    Row After Row: When two civil war re-enactors arrive for their annual Gettysburg beer and find a stranger sitting at their table, their time-honored traditions are called into question in a dark comedy about choosing one’s cause and finding the courage to embrace it.

  • Downtown Modernism | May 31

    The third annual Downtown Modernism market for vintage modern design will return to Los Angeles on Sunday, May 31st. Collectors, connoisseurs, and treasure hunters will have the chance to peruse countless mid-century, modernist, and vintage relics from Modernica’s hand-picked group of knowledgeable dealers. Sponsored Event Listing

  • Soldadera | May 16 – August 1

    Soldadera presents newly created film installations and sculptures inspired by the women who fought during the Mexican Revolution (1910-20). Inspired by Nao Bustamante’s pilgrimage to Mexico to meet with the oldest living human, a 127-year-old soldadera who was the last survivor of the Mexican revolution.

  • The Craft & Art of Timber Framing | June 20-21 & June 27-28

    Off The Saw will be hosting a timber framing intensive workshop in Echo Park. Timber framing is a traditional construction technique that joints heavy, squared-off timbers with large wooden pegs. Samuel Moyer of Samuel Moyer Furniture will lead students in building a timber frame guest house that will be constructed and installed in Echo Park. Sponsored Event Listing

  • A Small Fire | April 25- May 31

    A moving story about the beauty and complexity of enduring relationships. John and Emily Bridges have stumbled their way through three decades of marriage, but when Emily is overcome by a mysterious illness that slowly strips away each of her senses, the couple must reinvent themselves. The Echo Theater Company, Atwater Village

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