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10 Things To Do For This Sunday in L.A. [1-7-2024]

January 7, 2024 by Brian Champlin
Japanese American Museum in Little Tokyo
Exterior of the Japanese American National Museum. Photo by Brian Champlin / We Like L.A.

Need plans for your Sunday in Los Angeles?

On tap for today you’ll find the Oshogatsu Festival in Little Tokyo, a Wall Street Guillotine  Gallery Performance at Craft Contemporary, Hand Habits at Central Library, and more. Hope you have a great one!

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

Oshogatsu Festival in Little Tokyo M FA > This Sunday, celebrate the start of the new year with a Oshogatsu Festival in Little Tokyo, put together by the Japanese American National Museum. The family-friendly affair features traditional Japanese food, entertainment and special activities. The museum will also provide free admission all day. More info here.

Linda Sibio: Wall Street Guillotine  Gallery PerformanceFA > On Sunday, join artist Linda Sibio as she unveils her 60 minute solo performance piece, “Wall Street Guillotine” at Craft Contemporary. This exceptional performance extends the themes of her solo exhibition, “Economics of Suffering, Part IV,” drawing thought-provoking parallels between the torture methods of the Holy Wars of the Middle Ages and our present-day wealth disparity. The event is feee and open to the public; however, the performance is not suitable for individuals under 18, unless attended at the discretion of their parent/guardian. With limited space available, advance reservations are mandatory to secure attendance. More info here.

LA Made + Sid the Cat Present Hand HabitsM FA >This Sunday, the Los Angeles Public Library, in collaboration with concert promoter Sid the Cat, present singer and songwriter Hand Habits at Central Library’s Mark Taper Auditorium. The performance starts at 2 p.m. Free to attend. More info here.

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