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As we prepare to enter a new year, many of us will reflect on changes we hope to make in our lives. Our programming over this upcoming season offers rich and varied inspiration and opportunity to reflect on what's next for you and your families. Where will 2021 lead you? LACMA presents a robust slate of Education and Public Programming offerings for Winter 2021 to guide an exploration of what comes next.

For adults, start the year fresh by channeling your creativity and re-energizing your body and mind through our art-inspired weekend virtual yoga sessions, our Mindful Monday series, or online poetry, cooking, and virtual exhibitions. We have carefully curated a schedule of virtual events and classes to suit your current interests and perhaps pique your curiosity with something new.

Our roster of family programming is equally plentiful, with our successful Andell Family Sundays program continuing on YouTube and Unframed, along with our online art workshops and many other activities designed for families to engage with art and spend time together. There is something for all ages and interests on our schedule.

Most of us are likely looking forward to a new beginning in the coming year and, as we enter this season, LACMA is pleased to offer you a place to find inspiration and hope for what is to come. Personally, | am inspired by the thought of ultimately welcoming guests to our campus and galleries once more. While we are not yet at that moment, the Education team has continued to work diligently to provide you with quality virtual programming that you recognize from LACMA. | am grateful to them for what they have created for you, detailed here in this issue of The Guide. And I’m thankful that you and your families will be joining us as we transition into a new year. Thank you for your support.

| wish you all a happy, healthy winter season full of family, connection, and peace.

Warmly,

Naima J. Keith Vice President, Education and Public Programs

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There is always something happening at LACMA that you won't want to miss! This season we are presenting programs that explore everything from the vast history of Yoshitomo Nara’s practice to a special partnership with The Moth. Our public programs amplify important voices in our communities and participate in critical conversations. Ask questions, get creative, and explore art across time and place through our inclusive programming.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5 | 6-7 PM |

WHO IS THAT BIG-HEADED GIRL? TUESDAY, JANUARY 12 | 6-7 PM |

NARA, KAWAII, AND THE “SUPERFLAT” CONCEPT TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 | 6-7 PM |

NO LONGER JUST A GIRL WITH A KNIFE:

ON as as ART & CONVERSATION: YOSHITOMO NARA This series takes viewers through three different periods in Nara’s career, including his early art practice, questions narratives of “Japanese-ness” at the turn of the century, and the impact of the 2011 Great Tohoku disaster on Nara’s art. Presented by Yeewan Koon, Chair of the Department of Art History at the University of Hong Kong and author of Yoshitomo Nara, the first truly authoritative monograph on the artist in more than a decade. These events will take place online via Zoom.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 | 10-11 AM

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Participate in a virtual yoga session inspired by art in the exhibition View from Here. Led by artist Teresa Flores with certified yoga instructor and reporter Rebecca Plevin. All are welcome and variations will be provided for every skill level.

These events will take place online via Zoom. Members $5; General public $8

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MONDAY, JANUARY 25 | 4-5 PM MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 | 4-5 PM MONDAY, MARCH 22 | 4-5 PM MINDFUL MONDAY: CULTIVATING EMPATHY Pee eae ty

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Elizabeth Gerber for live, virtual gatherings that encourage careful looking, the sharing of multiple perspectives, creative responses, and mindful reflection. This season explores connections with the outdoors. These events will take place online via Zoom.

MONDAY, JANUARY 25 | 12-1 PM

ART & CONVERSATION: BILL VIOLA'S SLOWLY

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On Bill Viola’s 7Oth birthday, learn about the artist's work and his installation Slowly Turning Narrative in LACMA‘s collection. Join David A. Ross, chair, MFA Art Practice, School of the Visual Arts and longtime friend of the artist, and Carol S. Eliel, senior curator, Modern Art, LACMA. The conversation will be available on YouTube.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 | 12 PM

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Join LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan and Associate Curator of Contemporary Art Jennifer King for an insightful conversation and tour of the exhibition Vera Lutter: Museum in the Camera. This conversation will

be available on YouTube.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 | 6-7:30 PM

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Cooking with LACMA invites chefs and

culinary historians to teach recipes inspired

by artworks at the museum. Join Jocelyn Ramirez of Todo Verde, a plant-based Mexican food company, for a live-cookalong! This event will take place online via Zoom.

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Inspired by Vera Lutter: Museum in the Camera, feel LM TI el e-\ ORONO ULM LMU Ee UtestE-T24c) embedded in Lutter’s work—from memory and food to time and abstraction. Featured poets include Jasmine Williams, Yesika Salgado,

and Def Sound. Hosted by Tonya Ingram.

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CAULEEN SMITH CONFABULATIONS SERIES: TISA BRYANT Confabulations—from the Latin fabula, meaning “conversation,” or “story”—is a series of intimate conversations with artist Cauleen Smith. For the second event in this series, Smith speaks with Bit-W eae Decree wm OrerNC MAUL tLiT od Program at CalArts. This event will take place Coal atom WAclelt

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ALEXANDRA CROITORU AND SHIRANA SHAHBAZI

In celebration of the opening of In the Now: Gender and Nation in Europe, Selections from

the Sir Mark Fehrs Haukohl Photography Collection, join artists Alexandra Croitoru and Shirana Shahbazi as they discuss their current work and interests with LACMA Assistant Curator Eve Schillo. This event will take place online via Zoom.

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Join us for an evening of art and storytelling in this open-mic StorySLAM. The theme “nostalgia” is inspired by the exhibition Yoshitomo Nara. Sign up as a storyteller for a chance to tell your tale. Or purchase tickets to enjoy the show! This event

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Watch education content any time! As we've turned toward digital content, LACMA's YouTube channel is your source for past public programs recordings, art making videos, cooking inspired by works from the museum's permanent collection, and exclusive conversations with artists from around the globe.

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Watch lively conversations about the interplay of COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the movement voter suppression, unequal employment and economic _ for racial justice, and the country’s long-standing opportunities, and womanhood intersections. health, economic, and racial inequities that have

been made blatant by this crisis.

This series brings together chefs and culinary historians to demonstrate recipes inspired by artworks at the museum. Learn how to make chef Chandra Williams’s Fijian fish recipe Ika Vakalolo and chef Maite Gomez-Rejon’s recipe for a mango-pineapple mezcal margarita.

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Enjoy free music from home! Music Programs are now offered digitally, including audio interviews, live streams, playlists, and live virtual music experiences, all featuring leading international and local ensembles for classical, jazz, Latin, and new music.

MUSIC PROGRAMS

The venerable JAZZ AT LACMA concert series celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. We look forward to bringing you the best in jazz starting this April.

LATIN SOUNDS is your musical passport to Latin America. From Cuban to Brazilian, from Mexican to Salsa, the free concert series will start up again in the summer.

In the meantime you can listen to LACMA’s new audio series of interviews and music hosted by LACMA’s Mitch Glickman, Jazz at LACMA: Meet the Musicians and Latin Sounds: Meet the Musicians.

SUNDAYS LIVE

Visit our Mixcloud channel (mixcloud.com/LACMA) to continue experiencing the best local and international performers—along with emerging chamber music artists—in select encore performances from the 30-year history of Sundays Live at LACMA. Streamed live every Sunday at 6 pm on sundayslive.org, these classical music programs are also available as downloads from our broadcast partner, kusc.org. Stay tuned for the new season of Sundays Live presented in partnership with

St. James’ in-the-City, starting this spring.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1-SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 2021 | 10 AM-10 PM wu TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2-WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2021

In a time of superstition and magic, a young apprentice hunter journeys to Ireland with her father VA aes

to wipe out the last wolf pack. While exploring the forbidden lands outside the city walls, she nS

befriends a free-spirited girl who is a member of a mysterious tribe rumored to have the ability Disclosure is an unprecedented, eye-opening look

to transform into wolves by night. at transgender depictions in film and television.

Director Sam Feder invites viewers to confront

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13-THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021 | 7 PM-11:30 PM unexamined assumptions, and shows how what CAMP once captured the American imagination now

Co-directed by Emmy-winning filmmaker Nicole Newnham and film mixer and former camper feller cme mCer) ce

Jim LeBrecht, Crip Camp explores Camp Jened—a summer camp in upstate New York for teens

with disabilities—at a time when campers faced a future shaped by isolation, discrimination, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2021

and institutionalization. 7 PM-11:30 i

1 tiling of Latasha ree became a flashpoint for the 1992 L.A. Uprising. Nearly three decades later, director Sophia Nahli Allison's A Love Song for Latasha removes Latasha from the context of her

death and rebuilds an archive of a promising life lost.

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Director Garrett Bradley paints a mesmerizing portrait of the resilience and radical love necessary to prevail over the endless separations of the country’s prison-industrial complex.

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The Watts Towers Arts Center, this program will highlight the impact of the Watts Towers Arts Center as a beacon of art and culture in the community.

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Romare Bearden, Falling Star, 1979, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by Joan Palevsky, © Romare Howard Bearden Foundation/licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA

Take virtual art classes, join Andell Family Sundays Anytime performances and workshops, and more! For more information, and to learn about scholarships for classes and camps, visit lacma.org or email educate@lacma.org.

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Join LA County Library librarians and LACMA teaching artists in these children’s creative storytelling workshops where stories are brought to life through a variety of expressive artforms! These events will take place online via Webex.

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The On-Site community program is rooted in strong community building and is supported by LACMA's teaching artists. Discover a whole new world of artistic possibilities as you improvise, create, and learn about various artists in the museum's permanent collection with your family! Visit lacma.org for all program registration information.

WEDNESDAYS: JANUARY 20-JUNE 30 | 4 PM

Tune in every Wednesday as LACMA educators guide participants in fun and engaging art projects. Workshops will be taught in English and Spanish and will introduce families to a variety of art forms that will expand their creative capacity! Mites M TCL ye leemel non

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 | 3:45-4:45 PM. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18 | 3:45-4:45 PM THURSDAY, MARCH 18 | 3:45-4:45 PM

This series will teach students how to expand their creative eye through experimentation with photography. Using their smartphones and other materials, students will produce artworks that will keep their creativity alive and thriving! These events will take place online via Zoom.

MONTHLY: JANUARY-MARCH | 3:30-4:30 PM

This series will inform youth about the range of art-related careers that exist in creative places like museums. These presentations are intended to open viewers’ minds to the many possibilities for the future. These events will take place online via Webex.

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VIRTUAL ARTSPACES: ART CLASSES FOR KIDS, TEENS, & FAMILIES Experiment with art materials and launch your imagination in fun classes led by creative teaching artists. Students are responsible for their own art materials. Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact ArtClasses@lacma.org or visit lacma.org. All classes will take place online via Zoom.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 OR MARCH 20 | 10 AM-12 PM FAMILIES AGES 5+: FRIDA KAHLO SELF-PORTRAITS Make a self (or family) portrait inspired by Frida Kahlo’s still life Weeping Coconuts! With artist Jesus Mascorro.

NexGenLA Members $25; General public $35

(per household)

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 OR 30 | 10 AM-12 PM FAMILIES AGES 5+: ART GAME!

Invent a family art game where every time you play, you’ll get a new and different collaborative

drawing. Fun for all ages! With artist Elonda B. Norris.

NexGenLA Members $25; General public $35 (per household)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 OR 13 | 10 AM-12 PM FAMILIES AGES 5+: FAMILY CRESTS

Design a special emblem that symbolizes your family, inspired by Japanese crests. With artist

Peggy Hasegawa. NexGenLA Members $25; General public $35 (per household)

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 | 10 AM-12 PM

FAMILIES AGES 5+: PINS TO LOVE

Create beautiful pins to share with someone you love using felt, fabric, paper, and small found

objects. With artist Valentina M. Quezada. NexGenLA Members $25; General public $35 (per household)

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 27, FEBRUARY 3, 10, 17, 24, MARCH 3, 10 OR 17 | 3-4:15 PM KIDS AGES 6 TO 8: ART LAB

New time slot! Young artists create with colored pencils, watercolors, crayons, and more. Taught by artist Peggy Hasegawa and other

LACMA teaching artists. NexGenLA Members $20; General public $30

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 | 2-4 PM

KIDS AGES 9 TO 12: CAT YARN PAINTINGS

Create textured and symbolic yarn paintings of cats inspired by our feline friends in LACMA’s

collection. With artist Katie Lipsitt. NexGenLA Members $20; General public $30

SATURDAYS: JANUARY 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6 AND 13 | 2-4 PM

TEENS: WATERCOLOR SELF-PORTRAITS

Get expert tips on how to make a self-portrait using watercolor and colored pencils. With artist Shannon Green.

NexGenLA Members $110; General public $120

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 OR MARCH 13 | 10 AM-12 PM

TEENS: ONE-DAY WORKSHOPS—MIXED MEDIA ART

Create a dynamic mixed media artwork combining colors, shapes, symbols, images, and words. With

artist George Evans. NexGenLA Members $25; General public $30

VIRTUAL ART SPACES: ART CAMPS Join imaginative and fun camps during spring break, led by our creative teaching artists. Art materials will be provided! Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration is required. Contact ArtClasses@lacma.org or visit lacma.org for more information. All Art Camps will take place online via Zoom.

MONDAY-FRIDAY, MARCH 29-APRIL 2 | 10 AM-12 PM KIDS AGES 6 TO 8: ART FROM JAPAN

Campers will learn calligraphy, how to make books, design family crests, and more! Taught by

artist Peggy Hasegawa. NexGenLA Members $190; General public $200 (per child) Tuition includes materials. Additional fee for shipping.

MONDAY-FRIDAY, APRIL 5-9 | 10 AM-12 PM

KIDS AGES 6 TO 8: COLOR AND SOUND

Create your own colorful paintings, textured collages, and moving sculptures! Taught by artist

Billie Rae Vinson. NexGenLA Members $190; General public $200 (per child) Tuition includes materials. Additional fee for shipping.

MONDAY-FRIDAY, APRIL 5-9 | 10 AM-12 PM

KIDS AGES 6 TO 8: PAPER, CARDBOARD, AND SCISSORS! Make sculptures, pop-up cards, and books, and cast cardboard shapes using molds! Taught by artist Patricia Yossen.

NexGenLA Members $190; General public $200 (per child) Tuition includes materials. Additional fee for shipping.

MONDAY-FRIDAY, MARCH 29-APRIL 2 | 10 AM-12 PM KIDS AGES 9 TO 12: MYTHS, MAGIC, AND SURREALISM Create your own strange and surreal artworks using painting, collage, and sculpture! Taught by artist Billie Rae Vinson.

NexGenLA Members $190; General public $200 (per child) Tuition includes materials. Additional fee for shipping.

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 OR FEBRUARY 6 | 10 AM-12 PM

Experiment with painting and collage techniques while engaging in fun

conversation with other art enthusiasts. With artist Jesus Mascorro. Members $25; General public $30

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20 | 10 AM-12 PM

Inspired by the works of Frida Kahlo, create a 3D symbolic

self-portrait with artist Eszter Delgado. Members $25; General public $30

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Create a dynamic mixed media artwork combining colors, shapes,

symbols, images, and words. With artist George Evans. Members $25; General public $30

SUNDAYS: JANUARY 17, 24, 31, FEBRUARY 7, AND 14 | 2-4 PM OR SUVS aPC aa oe

Study art from LACMA's collection, color theory, and strategies for

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create one-color linoleum and reduction cuts. With artist Marianne Sadwoski.

Members $130; General public $140

THURSDAYS: FEBRUARY 18, 25, MARCH 4, 11, AND 18 | 1-3 PM

Discover exciting visual possibilities by combining the drawing medium of pen-and-ink with the expressive qualities of the watercolor

brush. With artist Thom Dower. Members $130; General public $140

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Through specialized programming designed specifically for older adults, museums can become accessible resources for inspiration, intellectual stimulation, personal reflection, and social engagement.

TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, FEBRUARY S-MARCH 19 | 10 AM-12 PM

Seeking organizations who support older adults! Create+Collaborate is a free art program for ages 65+. Participants join a community of peers to experiment with different printmaking techniques, learn how to use Zoom, and contribute to the collaborative spirit of the class. With artist Marianne Sadowski.

To learn more contact artclasses@lacma.org.

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Join LACMA teaching artist Elonda Norris in an engaging, fun, and Six MMU tae sel tol HSI guide the care partner and person living with early stage dementia or Alzheimer’s to look at and discuss works of art from the museum’s collection—from the comfort of your own home. Please contact aoh@alzla.org at Alzheimer’s LA to RSVP.

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Sign up to have LACMA educators guide students in close looking and art-making lessons. Designed for 6th grade history classrooms, students will learn about early cultures and communities around the world. This program includes two 50-minute virtual classes on Zoom and multiple lessons with art projects on LACMA's Teachable platform.

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Schedule LACMA educators to guide students in close looking and art-making lessons. Designed for 7th grade history classrooms, students will learn about cultures and communities of the Americas. This program includes two 50-minute virtual classes on Zoom and multiple lessons with art projects on LACMA’s Teachable platform.

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STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) education engages students in the creative process across subjects, and prepares them to be 21st century leaders and innovators. Join us to learn more about how you can guide student inquiry and critical thinking with STEAM! This event will take place online via Zoom and will be live captioned.

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STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) education engages students in the creative process across subjects and prepares them to be 21st century leaders and innovators. Join us for hands-on workshops to learn more about how you can guide student inquiry and critical thinking with STEAM! These events will take place online via Zoom and will be live captioned.

MARCH | EXACT DATE TBD Join us for this special presentation on how to bring an inclusive teaching philosophy into your

classroom. This event will take place online via Zoom and will be live captioned.

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Bill Viola: Slowly Turning Narrative was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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