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This Weekend at LACMA

January 6, 2017
Myra Hassaram, Marketing Coordinator

Set good intentions for the new year with LACMA Local members in this Saturday's Local: Meditate. Educator Alicia Vogl Saenz will lead a contemplative viewing experience followed by meditation in the exhibition John McLaughlin Paintings: Total Abstraction. McLaughlin was inspired by the Japanese notion of "the void," and created paintings that provoke introspection and a greater understanding of one’s relationship to nature. His geometric paintings serve as a perfect backdrop for self-reflection and intentionality. Join LACMA Local for an invitation to this event and many more.

Don’t miss your chance to get your photo taken inside Jesús Rafael Soto’s Penetrable by a professional photographer this Sunday, January 8. Bid farewell to the beloved artwork, known to many young visitors as the “yellow spaghetti.” Bring family and friends to capture your love for the piece in a keepsake photo. First come, first served. Limited availability.

Andell Family Sundays kicks off its first program of the year with Think Big, focusing on the large-scale artwork of Toba Khedoori. The L.A.-based artist creates hyper-detailed architectural paintings that celebrate the silent and slow process of working by hand. Wander through the exhibtition, then join artist-led workshops that explore her art further by dancing, drawing, and joining in a group project.

Sunday night, The Panic Group will grace the stage in the BIng Theater. Engaging audiences with unfamiliar music through a combination of dialogue and uncompromising musicality, the Group has brought a variety of repertoire to audiences since 2009. Unique in their facility with works from different styles and periods—classical, contemporary, jazz, modernist, and world music-inspired—Panic’s performances feature surprising juxtapositions of works.