10 Things To Do For This Saturday in L.A. [3-2-2024]

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The Getty. Photo by Christina Champlin.

Well, looks like your Saturday in Los Angeles won’t escape a brief rain shower here or there, but nothing too heavy on the radar.

On the agenda for today in L.A. we’ve got Plant Day at Central Library, Women Who Rock at Benny Boy, new exhibitions at Bergamot Station, the Felix Art Fair, Frieze Los Angeles, and more. Have at it, and enjoy your adventures!


Three Top Picks To Do This Saturday

M = Less than .5 miles from an L.A. Metro Station, FA = Free Admission

Plant Day at Central LibraryM FA > This Saturday, Central Library celebrates the greener side of things with an day-long celebration of all things plants. Expect interactive workshops, keynote speakers, and gardening tips, all free and open to the public. Runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Though no reservations are not required, seating is limited. More info here.

Women Who Rock Concert at Benny BoyFA > Benny Boy Brewing teams up with Regarding Her on Saturday for an all-day event featuring bites by Yakitori Cartel and Hotville Chicken paired with BB’s lineup of beer and cider offerings, plus five hours of of female-fronted bands including Play Hooky, Call & Complain, Devil’s Kettle, LaKookala, and X-Tine and the Reckless Hearts. Runs 6 to 11 p.m. Free to attend. 21+ only. More info here.

New Exhibitions at Bergamot StationM FA > Bergamot Station Arts Center will be opening new exhibitions at three of it’s on-site galleries beginning this Saturday: Paolo Ventura: The Man Who Could Walk Through Walls at Gallery XII, Ed Blinkley: Holymen and Monsters at Copro Gallery, and Manfred Müller and Shaun McCracken: Navigating Pigment at Rose Gallery. The latter of the three exhibitions will be hosting an opening reception from 2 to 5 p.m. All free to attend. More info here.

Seven More Things To Do in L.A. Today

  • This Saturday marks the official opening of LA-based visual artist Eric Anwar’s debut exhibition, “Lies & Fairy Tales.” FA
  • This Saturday, the Pickwick Vintage Show is back at ROW DTLA with over 70+ vendors/exhibitors showcasing an incredible assortment of vintage clothing, jewelry, and accessories. Tickets range from $10-$20 depending on time of entry.
  • Now through Sunday, the sixth edition of Felix Art Fair takes over The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel with an international roster of 60+ galleries occupying both indoor and outdoor spaces of the iconic hotel.
  • Frieze Los Angeles continues at Santa Monica Airport Saturday and Sunday.
  • An exhibition at Legacy West Media showcases three decades of art from The X-Files creator Chris Carter, featuring an array mixed media artworks drawing inspiration from his writings and sci-fi TV influences. Available to visit from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturdays or by appointment here. FA
  • Music in the Mansion brings a pair of intimate, classical concerts to Greystone Mansion on Saturday.
  • There Will Be Blood: A Symposium is a two-day collaboration between The Getty Museum and USC’s Center for the Premodern World focusing on the cultural, religious, and symbolic significance of blood during the medieval period. FA

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