Take your time walking around the galleries this weekend and connecting with art on view. From Mark Bradford's powerful 150 Portrait Tone to strange and marvelous stones in Wu Bin: Ten Views of a Lingbi Stone to the fantastic works in the recently opened City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan, there is something for everyone at LACMA. Don't miss ceramics from ancient Panama or the meditative paintings by Young-Il Ahn, which were inspired by a near-death incident on the Pacific Ocean.
At LACMA's satellite gallery at Charles White Elementary School on Saturday afternoon, you can take part in a guided tour of the exhibition, A Universal History of Infamy: Those of This America. Read about the genesis of the show on Unframed.
On Sunday, bring the whole family to Andell Family Sundays to make your own clay pinch-pots and animal drawings inspired by Creatures of the Earth, Sea, and Sky: Painting the Panamanian Cosmos. Also on Sunday, LACMA will host a free art workshop at the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library in conjunction with Passing through the Underworld: Egyptian Art from LACMA at the Vincent Price Art Museum. Close out the weekend with a free performance by baritone Ryan de Ryke and pianist Daniel Schlosberg in LACMA's Bing Theater.