I urge you to see the movie - it will make you keenly aware of how differently anyone over 30 consumed media when we were younger. Pace, volume, variety - you name it; it's a whole new neighborhood, today.
The "thousand days of May" are upon us, the time of year when parents are so busy with school events and looming summer plans that we can't think straight. We certainly don't get enough alone time to restore and maintain balance in our selves and families. All the more reason to pause the "getting things done" mode and restore with something new. Here are some highlights for May.
Olafur Eliasson's Reality Projector is a colorful, site-specific installation that kids and adults can explore together. Lots of discoveries at the Marciano Art Foundation - and all free.
Are you ready? LA's Chief Resiliency Officer, Marissa Aho, talks about how individuals can do their part to tackle the overwhelming (and potentially scary) topic of being ready for a disaster. The report asks is that citizens do their part in being prepared. "A resilient Angeleno is capable of withstanding a crisis."
The Jasper Johns retrospective at The Broad ("Something Resembling Truth") is only in town until May 13, and tickets are tough to secure. But, spending an hour exploring the life of this important American artist should be a priority for you and the family this spring. Today, we'll spend a little time explaining how it can be meaningful to your family.