Free “Getty 25” Festivals Begin – NBC Los Angeles

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Getty 25 celebrates Inglewood: What better way to celebrate a 25th anniversary? By taking the party to neighborhoods in your city, of course, for several weeks of partying. The Getty Center turns 25 in 2022 and will host ten free festivals, all to honor the incredible “cultural richness” of our ultra-creative region. The first in the series? It’s happening in Inglewood on May 14 and 15, with a lineup of Inglewood artists, yoga sessions, dance pop-ups, art workshops and performances by LA Phil’s acclaimed Youth Orchestra Los Angeles. . To learn more about this gratitude-filled series, a heartfelt “thank you” to LA from the world-renowned museum, visit Getty 25 now.

LA County Fair: It’s the second weekend of Pomona’s beloved holiday, and there’s so much to enjoy and rejoice. CEEM will honor Black Heritage Weekend at the fair with a gospel celebration and other wonderful events, including an appearance by “Glee” star Amber Riley. The fair celebrates its centenary in 2022, with its first-ever event in May, and there’s so much to enjoy, from sweets and sweet sounds to all those cool community exhibits. Details on admission, dates, times and more? Start here.

“A forest for trees”: Art has long been a partner with nature, and this new immersive installation, created by artist Glenn Kaino and inspired by “Who Owns America’s Wilderness?” series from The Atlantic, questions our relationship with the wild world, our commitment to ecology, and the care and nurturing of our homeworld. The “symbolic resurrection of an iconic 144-year-old Olvera Street tree downed by a recent storm” is one moving element, among many, of the empowering spectacle, which is on view for a limited time.

Glendale’s Pioneering Women Entrepreneurs: The Doctor’s House Museum & Gazebo is one of our city’s most historic places, a true portal to an earlier era in Los Angeles, and its exhibits have long celebrated leadership in our city. Now that it has reopened, the landmark will feature an exhibit called “Breaking Barriers: Glendale’s Pioneer Women Entrepreneurs.” Opening night is scheduled for May 14, giving guests a chance to preview the all-new exhibit. A ticket to the inspiring event? It’s $20. If you can’t attend, “Breaking Barriers” is on view until November 15.

Disneyland Auction: The Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks are known for their gigantic Disney-themed auctions, and the oversized event taking place in mid-May is surely on the whoa-that’s huge side. There are hundreds of Disneyland and Walt Disney World items to bid on, welcome signs, original concept art, and a 1930s animator’s office. Ventura Boulevard? You can watch a live stream of the May 14-15 extravaganza and bid online.

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