The seven young male dancers who, 25 years ago, joined Madonna on her most controversial tour and in the film Truth or Dare, reveal the truth about life during and after the tour. Free Fridays; no charge.
Special free day, no charge
Presented by SoCal Museums, more than 30 museums -- offering art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science -- will open their doors and invite visitors free of charge.
Collin Russell creates sonic gestures using recorded and synthesized audio to create an ambiance that transforms the listener's perspective on what sound should be, and more importantly, what sound could be. Free Fridays; no charge. Burger Monster food truck onsite.
Visionaries Lecture Series explores significant art, fashion, and design movements. The 2017 winter session is focused on the 1960s to coincide with the OCMA exhibition Pop Art Design. The 1960s ushered in tremendous social changes reflected in the many groundbreaking art forms that emerged. Winter Series lectures are on Mondays, January 23 - March 6 (no class February 20). Lecturer: Otis College of Art and Design Associate Professor of Art History, Jeanne Willette, PhD.
NEON celebrates the beauty, color and vibrant history of the neon sign from an International perspective as we face a world where it will soon be lost and superseded by L.E.D. signage. Q&A with architecture historian Alan Hess and artist Michael Flechtner follows screening. Free Fridays; no charge.