Issues to do: L.A. and Orange County museums in June

Issues to do: L.A. and Orange County museums in June

Works by artist and activist Andrea Bowers, classic Ford roadsters and the grand opening of “The Cheech” make our June listing of exhibitions throughout Southern California.

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New and upcoming

‘Cheech Collects’
The inaugural exhibit at this new museum options highlights from comedian and namesake Cheech Marin’s huge assortment of Chicano artwork, June 18 via June 2023. Additionally on view: “Collidoscope: Einar & Jamex de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective”: multimedia works by the sibling creative duo from Guadalajara (June 18 via Jan. 22). The Cheech (the Cheech Marin Heart for Chicano Artwork & Tradition at Riverside Artwork Museum), 3581 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside. Closed Monday-Tuesday. $3, $5; youngsters youthful than 12, active-duty navy and veterans and relations: free.

‘Location Companies: Jewellery Views on Time & Place’
Items crafted by artisans Demitra Thomloudis, Kerianne Fast and Motoko Furuhashi are on view June 25 via Sept. 10. Additionally on view: “Tibbie Dunbar: Assemble,” small sculptures comprised of plastic waste collected on the streets of L.A. (June 25 via Sept. 10); “Constructing the Necessities: Ferne Jacobs,” fiber artwork by the veteran L.A.-based artist (via June 18). Craft in America Heart, 8415 W. third St., L.A. Open Tuesdays-Saturdays. Free.

‘The Fantasy of the Center Ages’
This exhibition exploring how iconic pictures and tales from the medieval Europe have impressed artistic endeavors via the centuries is on view June 21 via Sept. 11. Additionally on view: “Tacita Dean,” two latest works by the multimedia artist that had been impressed by the campuses and collections of the Getty Heart and Getty Villa (June 7 via Aug. 28); “Conserving de Kooning: Theft and Restoration,” spotlighting the restoration of a controversial Fifties portray by the summary expressionist that was stolen within the Nineteen Eighties (June 7 via Aug. 28); “Unshuttered: Reconnecting with … pictures crafted by teen photographers in response to the pandemic (June 14 via Oct. 16); In Focus: Sound (June 14 via Oct. 16), pictures from the Nineteenth century that seize the early days of recorded sound (June 28 via Oct. 2); “The Misplaced Murals of Renaissance Rome,” the dramatic narrative frescoes that had been as soon as commonplace within the Everlasting Metropolis are explored (via Sept. 4); the companion exhibit “Judy Baca: Hitting the Wall,” detailing the creation of the artist’s famed mural on a downtown L.A. freeway underpass (via Sept. 4); “Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective,” portraits, nudes, plant research and avenue scenes captured by the twentieth century photographer (via June 12); “In Dialogue,” up to date pictures and pre-1900 European work and ornamental arts drawn from the museum’s assortment (via June 26). Getty Heart, Sepulveda Boulevard and Getty Heart Drive, L.A. Closed Mondays. Free; advance timed-entry tickets required. (310) 440-7300.

‘100 Nice British Drawings’
Works by John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, J.M.W Turner, et al., drawn from the museum’s assortment are on view June 18 via Sept. 5. Huntington Library, Artwork Museum, and Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Street, San Marino. Closed Tuesdays. $13-$29; youngsters youthful than 4 are free; advance timed-entry tickets required. (626) 405-2100.

‘The Situation of Being Addressable’
Works exploring the place and motion of physique in private and non-private areas are displayed on this decades-spanning group exhibition on view June 18 via Sept. 4. Additionally on view: “Cone of Energy,” a dance movie created through the joint 2021 Hammer-ICA LA group exhibition “Witch Hunt” (June 18 via July 17). Institute of Modern Artwork, Los Angeles, 1717 E. seventh St., L.A. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free. (213) 928-0833.

‘Archive of the World: Artwork and Creativeness in Spanish America, 1500–1800′
Roughly 90 works illustrating the convergence of Indigenous, European, Asian and African artwork within the colonial period are on view June 12 via Oct. 30. Additionally on view: “Mixpantli: Modern Echoes” (via June 12); “Barbara Kruger: Pondering of You. I Imply Me. I Imply You.,” works by the multimedia artist recognized for her visually placing collages that mix black-and-white pictures with boldface kind (via July 17). Los Angeles County Museum of Artwork, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Closed Wednesdays. $10-$25; ages 2 and youthful are free; L.A. County youth (17 and youthful) and one visitor, free; free after 3 p.m. weekdays for L.A. County residents with legitimate ID. (323) 857-6010.

‘All That Glitters Is Not Gold’
The darkish facet of the Roaring 20s is explored in classic pictures, newspaper articles and so on., on view starting June 16. Additionally on view: “All the time Preserve Creating: The Resiliency of Carol Rosenak,” extremely detailed still-life work by the artist who died in 2002 (opens June 16); “Chromatic: The Museum in Six Colours,” highlights from the everlasting assortment (opens June 16). Museum of Ventura County, 100 E. Most important St., Ventura. Open Thursday-Sunday. Free.

‘Ford Fever: The Deuce Turns 90′
Basic and customised examples of the auto producer’s famed 1932 roadster go on show June 11. Additionally on view: “Pole Place: The Juan Gonzalez System 1 Assortment,” examples of F1 race automobiles from throughout three a long time (via June 5). Petersen Automotive Museum, 6060 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. $11-$16 (particular exhibition charges: $40-$65); youngsters youthful than 4 are free; advance buy required. (323) 930-2277.

‘Made in Plain Website’
Works created throughout happenings on the museum over the past a long time are on view June 4 via Oct. 2. Additionally on view: “Chasing Clouds: Naida Osline,” manipulated digital analog pictures impressed by vaping (June 17 via Sept. 18); “Backyard/Plot: Karen Kitchel,” work by the California-based artist (June 17 via Sept. 18). Riverside Artwork Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside. Closed Monday-Tuesday. $3, $5; youngsters youthful than 12, active-duty navy and veterans and relations: free.

‘Going International: Summary Artwork at Mid-Century’
The rise of summary artwork within the Forties-Fifties is examined on this exhibit on view starting June 21. Additionally on view: “Greco-Roman: Visions of Antiquity in Nineteenth-Century Pictures” (June 26 via Aug. 7). Santa Barbara Museum of Artwork, 1130 State St., Santa Barbara. Open Tuesdays-Sundays. $6, $10; active-duty navy and their households, and ages 6 and youthful are free. sbma.web

‘Studio Techniques 3′
Guests are inspired to dialogue with artists whose works-in-progress are on view June 4 via June 25. Additionally on view: “Primitive Constructions,” work by Theodore Svenningsen (June 4 via June 25); “Peace Letters to Ukraine 7,” a three-part video documenting a world collaboration between artists, curators and establishments responding to the struggle in Ukraine (June 4 via June 25). Torrance Artwork Museum (TAM), 3320 Civic Heart Drive, Torrance. Closed Sunday-Monday. Free.

‘Variations of Place: Southern California Impressionism within the Early twentieth Century’
On view June 11 via Sept. UC Irvine Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Artwork (interim location), 18881 Von Karman Ave., Irvine. Closed Sunday-Monday. Free.

‘Andrea Bowers’
The internationally acclaimed L.A.-based multimedia artist and activist is well known on this two-decade retrospective on view June 19 via Sept. 4. Additionally on view: “Drawing Down the Moon,” humanity’s relationship to our nearest celestial neighbor is interrogated via pictures and objects from the traditional previous via the current day (June 19 via Sept. 11); “Andrea Fraser: This assembly is being recorded,” a 99-minute performance-based video exploring problems with race, gender, age and identification (via June 19). UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood. Closed Mondays. Free; reservations required. (310) 443-7000.

Works by 12 L.A.-based multimedia artists artists are on view via Sept. 11. Additionally on view: the companion exhibit “Many Extra,” specializing in prints (via Sept. 11); “The Sum of the Components: Dimensions in Quilting,” textile and multimedia works (via Sept. 11). Craft Modern, 5814 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $7, $9; Sundays are pay what you may; reservations required.

‘The Energy of Ladies in Nation Music’
Artists together with Maybelle Carter, Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton and Taylor Swift are celebrated on this exhibit of musical devices, stage costumes and different artifacts and ephemera on view via Oct. 2. Grammy Museum, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., downtown L.A. Closed Tuesdays. $12-$18; ages 4 and youthful are free. (213) 765-6800.

‘American Artist: Shaper of God’
Newly commissioned movies and sculptures impressed by the life and writings of science fiction creator Octavia E. Butler are on view via Aug. 20. The Gallery at REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St., downtown L.A. Closed Mondays. Free.

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‘Hayao Miyazaki’
An exhibit celebrating the revered director of “My Neighbor Totoro,” “Spirited Away” and different anime classics (via June 5); and “The Pixar Toy Story 3D Zoetrope” (via June 5). Academy Museum of Movement Photos, 6067 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open each day. $15-$25; ages 17 and youthful are free. Reservations required. (323) 930-3000.

‘50 Bowls, 50 States, 50 Woodfires’
Almost similar bowls crafted by artist Elaine Henry that had been shipped across the nation to be completed by totally different ceramic artists (via July 24). Additionally on view: “Peter Callas: An Enduring Legacy,” profession retrospective showcasing the acclaimed ceramic artist’s Expressionist and summary works (via July 24); “The Artists of Mettlach,” showcasing ceramic painters from that Villeroy & Boch manufacturing unit (via July 31); “Linked Areas: Cheryl Ann Thomas + Michael F. Rohde,” Ceramic sculptures by California artist Thomas and woven tapestries by her longtime pal Rohde (via Aug. 21); “Blooop by Alina Hayes,” ceramic sculptures (via Aug. 28). American Museum of Ceramic Artwork, 399 N. Garey Ave., Pomona. Open Fridays-Sundays. $7-$21; 12 and youthful, free; pay what you may, the primary Friday of every month; advance timed-entry tickets required. (909) 865-3146.

‘how we’re in time and area: Nancy Buchanan, Marcia Hafif and Barbara T. Smith’
Works by the three veteran artists and longtime buddies (via June 12). Armory Heart for the Arts, 145 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. Open by appointment, Friday-Sunday solely. Free.

‘Gown Codes’
Iconic western style, from blue denims to conventional Mexican clothes, is spotlighted in an exhibit of clothes, textiles, artwork and artifacts. Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Manner, Griffith Park, L.A. Closed Mondays. $6-$14; youngsters youthful than 3 are free; reservations accessible on-line; walk-ups allowed. (323) 667-2000.

‘All That Glitters: The Crown Jewels of the Walt Disney Archives’
Jewellery and equipment utilized in Disney and twentieth Century Studios movie are featured on this special-ticketed exhibition (via June 19). Bowers Museum, 2002 N. Most important St., Santa Ana. Closed Mondays. “All That Glitters”: $10-$25 (contains museum admission); basic admission: $10-$15; youngsters youthful than 12 are free; advance buy beneficial. (714) 567-3600.

‘Takashi Murakami: Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow’
Colourful work, sculpture, immersive environments and augmented-reality experiences created by the acclaimed Japanese artist are displayed on this particular exhibit on view via Sept. 25. Additionally on view: the particular exhibition “This Is Not America’s Flag,” that includes works by greater than 20 artists together with Alfredo Jaar and Jasper Johns (via Sept 25). The Broad, 221 S. Grand Ave., downtown L.A. Open Wednesday-Sunday. Normal admission: free; particular exhibition pricing: $12, $18, free for ages 17 and underneath; advance timed-entry tickets required; no on-site standby line. (213) 232-6200.

‘For Race and Nation: Buffalo Troopers in California’
The historical past of the U.S. Military’s all-Black frontier-era regiments is advised via artifacts, audio interviews, pictures, interval uniforms, and so on., on this exhibit on view via Oct. 30. Additionally on view: “Matthew Thomas: Enlightenment,” multimedia works impressed by the artist’s explorations of Japanese philosophies and religions (via Aug. 7). California African American Museum, 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, L.A. Closed Mondays. Free. (213) 744-7432.

‘Panorama Via the Eyes of Abstraction’
The idea of the normal panorama portray is reimagined in multimedia works by noteworthy artists together with Kim Abeles, Laddie John Dill and Claudia Parducci; via July 31. California Museum of Artwork Thousand Oaks on the Oaks, 350 W. Hillcrest Drive. Open Thursday-Sunday. Free. (805) 405-5240.

‘Angkor: The Misplaced Empire of Cambodia’
Every day life within the capital of the traditional Khmer empire is illuminated via artifacts and a companion IMAX documentary on this particular ticketed exhibition on view Sept. 5. California Science Heart, 700 Exposition Park Drive, L.A. Open each day. Everlasting reveals are free; particular exhibitions, together with IMAX movies, fluctuate in value. Reservations required. (323) 724-3623.

‘Tupac Shakur. Wake Me Once I’m Free’
The influential rapper who died in 1996 is remembered on this exhibition that includes sound installations, poetry, private results and extra; via July 4. The Canvas @ L.A. Stay, Georgia Road and Olympic Boulevard, downtown L.A. $19.50-$49.50.

‘Norman Rockwell within the Forties: A View From the American Homefront’
U.S. navy members, manufacturing unit employees and others throughout World Struggle II are saluted in basic works by the American painter, on view via Oct. 2. Catalina Museum for Artwork & Historical past, 217 Metropole Ave., Avalon. Open Tuesdays-Sundays. $15, $17; youngsters 15 and youthful are free with a paying grownup; advance buy beneficial.

‘Expertise 51: Time’
This immersive multimedia collage created by Rick Carter and that includes works by eight different visitor artists is on view via Sept. 17. ESMoA (El Segundo Museum of Artwork), 208 Most important St., El Segundo. Open Thursday-Saturday. Free. (424) 277-1020.

‘Gentle & Matter: The Artwork of Matthew Brandt’
A profession survey that includes greater than 100 pictures and multimedia works is on view via Sept. 4. Forest Garden Museum, 1712 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free.

‘Pipilotti Rist: Massive Heartedness, Be My Neighbor’
Movies, installations and sculptures by the Swiss multimedia artist (via June 6). Additionally on view: “Lonesome Crowded West: Works from MOCA’s Assortment,” an exhibit interrogating the mythos versus the fact of the American West (via Feb. 19). The Geffen Modern at MOCA, 152 N. Central Ave., Little Tokyo, downtown L.A. Open Wednesdays-Mondays. Particular ticketed exhibition prices $10-$18 (advance buy required; every ticket is sweet for a free second go to); youngsters youthful than 12, free. (213) 626-6222.

‘Persia: Historical Iran and the Classical World’
An exhibition of royal sculpture, luxurious objects, non secular pictures, and so on., on mortgage from museums within the U.S., Europe and the Center East, is on view via Aug. 8. Additionally on view: “Assyria: Palace Artwork of Historical Iraq,” aid sculptures, on mortgage from the British Museum (via Sept. 5). The Getty Villa, 17985 Pacific Coast Freeway, Pacific Palisades. Closed Tuesdays. Free; advance reservations required. (310) 440-7300.

‘Hidden Historical past: Recounting the Shanghai Jewish Story’
The historical past of the Chinese language metropolis’s Jewish group is advised via paperwork, articles of clothes and private artifacts on view via mid-August. Holocaust Museum LA, 100 the Grove Drive, L.A. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $10, $15; college students and California residents with legitimate ID, free; advance timed-entry tickets required.

‘The Artwork of the Ramen Bowl’
Fantastically embellished porcelain bowls are on show via July 5. Japan Home Los Angeles, Ovation Hollywood, Stage 2 Gallery, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Open each day. Free.

‘BeHere / 1942: A New Lens on the Japanese American’
This exhibit created by artist Masaki Fujihata makes use of archival pictures and augmented-reality expertise to retell the story of the U.S. authorities’s dispossession, relocation and internment of Japanese Americans throughout World Struggle II; although Oct. 9. Japanese American Nationwide Museum, 100 N. Central Ave., downtown L.A. Open Tuesdays-Sundays. $7, $16; reservations beneficial, walk-ups accessible. (213) 625-0414.

‘Mammoths and Mastodons’
Fossils and reveals recall the prehistoric mammals that when known as Southern California house. La Brea Tar Pits and Web page Museum, 5801 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Wednesday via Sunday. $7-$15; California academics and EBT cardholders, energetic and retired navy, and youngsters 2 and youthful are free; advance timed-entry tickets required. (213) 763-3499.

‘L.A. Memo: Chicana/o Artwork from 1972-1989′
Works by influential L.A.-based artists together with Carlos Almaraz, Patssi Valdez, Teddy Sandoval and Judy Baca; via Aug. 14). Additionally on view: “Patriotism in Battle: Preventing for Nation and Comunidad,” the Chicano Moratorium of August 1970 is revisited by way of archival pictures, movies, printed supplies and ephemera (via June 19). LA Plaza de Cultural y Artes, 501 N. Most important St., downtown L.A. Thursday-Sundays. Free; reservations beneficial. (213) 542-6200.

‘Abuelita’s Kitchen: Mexican Meals Tales”
This multimedia exhibition celebrating Mexican and Mexican American grandmothers is on view via Sept. 2. Additionally on view: “Cazuelas y un recetario: Household Heirlooms,” objects associated to Mexican and Mexican American delicacies (via December 2023). LA Plaza Cocina, 555 N. Spring St., downtown L.A. Open Monday-Friday. Free.

‘Household Album: Dannielle Bowman, Janna Eire, and Modern Works from LACMA’
Photographs by artists of colour impressed by the visible language of household pictures will probably be on view via June 4. LACMA’s Charles White Elementary Faculty Gallery, 2401 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Saturdays solely. Free.

‘Placing Figures: The Work of Francis De Erdely’
Social realist work by the midcentury L.A. artist are on view via Oct. 23. Additionally on view: “Work and Soul: Two A long time of Apply,’ works in metal, stone and bronze by Laguna Seaside-based sculptor Gerard Basil Stripling (via June 12); the family-friendly immersive set up “Look Up!” (via June 19). Laguna Artwork Museum, 307 Cliff Drive, Laguna Seaside. Closed Wednesdays. $9, $12; youngsters 12 and youthful are free. (949) 494-8971.

‘Andy Warhol: Choices From the Luckman Everlasting Assortment’
Greater than 70 works by the enduring Pop artist are on view. Luckman Gallery, Luckman High quality Arts Advanced, Cal State Los Angeles, 5151 State College Drive. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free.

A gaggle present of works by Korean American artists and others celebrating variety in Los Angeles is on view via July 3. Muckenthaler Cultural Heart, 1201 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton. Open Mondays-Thursdays. $5.

‘Previous and New Desires: Current Acquisitions in a Assortment’
Newly added items by Camille Henrot, Ian Cheng and others are exhibited with works from the museum’s assortment; although Sept. 11. . Museum of Modern Artwork (MoCA), 250 S. Grand Ave., downtown L.A. Open Thursdays-Sundays. Free; particular exhibitions, $10, $18. (213) 626-6222.

‘10 Years’
The museum celebrates its first decade with the solo exhibits “Land and Picture: Chris Engman 2002-2022,” “Debra Scacco: Water Gold Soil,” “Sam Comen: The Longest Shift” and “Tremendous A: The Different Manner Round” plus the group present “Human Natures” that includes highlights from the everlasting assortment, all on view via Aug. 21. Museum of Artwork & Historical past (MOAH), 665 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster. Closed Mondays. Free; prompt donation, $5 for basic admission, $3 for seniors and college students. (661) 723-6250.

‘Summary Artwork Past the Body’
Summary works that supply shifting views. Additionally on view: “Pablo Rasgado: Time-Primarily based,” multimedia works by the younger Mexican artist, discover the results of the passage of time. Museum of Latin American Artwork, 628 Alamitos Ave., Lengthy Seaside. Open Tuesdays-Fridays. $7, $10; youthful than 12, free; advance buy prompt.

‘L.A. Underwater: The Prehistoric Sea Beneath Us’
This new ongoing exhibit makes use of uncommon fossils and multimedia components to revisit Los Angeles’ distant previous, when a lot of the area was submerged beneath the Pacific. Pure Historical past Museum of Los Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd., L.A. Closed Tuesday. $8-$17; ages 2 and youthful are free; reservations beneficial, walk-ups welcome. (213) 763-DINO.

‘Alternate Realities: Altoon, Diebenkorn, Lobdell, Woelffer’
Works from the museum’s assortment that take a look at the boundaries between Fifties-60s summary expressionism and figurative portray are on view via Aug. 22. Norton Simon Museum, 411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena. Closed Tuesdays-Wednesdays. $12-$15; college students, energetic navy and ages 18 and youthful are free. (626) 449-6840.

‘Icons of Darkness’
This pop-up exhibition options props and costumes from basic sci-fi, fantasy, superhero and horror movies, together with the “Alien,” “Terminator,” “Batman” and “Harry Potter” franchises; via July 3. Ovation Hollywood, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Open each day. $15-$30.

‘Parisian Ecologies: The Metropolis Remodeled in Nineteenth-Century Prints and Drawings’
Classic pictures of Paris; via June 26. Additionally on view: “Alia Ali: Love,”
“Every Day Begins with the Solar Rising: 4 Artists from Hiroshima” and “Identified & Understood: Choices from the Everlasting Assortment” (via June 26); “Helen Pashgian: Primavera” (via Dec. 18). Benton Museum of Artwork, Pomona Faculty, 120 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont; open Tuesdays-Saturdays. Free; reservations required.

‘Geomorphic: The Residing Earth’
Summary, nature-inspired work by Kay Zetlmaier are on view via Sept. 11. Santa Paula Artwork Museum, 117 and 123 N. tenth St., Santa Paula. Closed Mondays-Tuesdays. $3, $4; free for college kids and museum members.

‘I’ll Have What She’s Having: The Jewish Deli’
The standard origins of the Jewish delicatessen in America are traced by way of pictures, menus, neon signage, and so on., on this tasty exhibit on view via Sept. 5. Skirball Cultural Heart, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., L.A. Closed Mondays. $7-$12; particular exhibition pricing: $13-$18; admission is free for everybody on Thursdays and for youngsters youthful than 2 daily; advance timed-entry tickets required. (310) 440-4500.

‘Driving L.A.’
The historical past of public transit within the Metropolis of Angels is explored on this new pop-up set up introduced by the Los Angeles Railroad Heritage Basis. Union Station, Ready Room Kiosk, 800 N. Alameda St., downtown L.A. Open each day. Free.

‘Gosette Lubondo: Imaginary Journey’
The Congolese photographer explores previous and current, the person and society, the legacy of colonialism and the challenges of contemporary life in pictures on view via July 3. Additionally on view: “Aboriginal Display-Printed Textiles From Australia’s High Finish,” works by up to date textile artists from northern Australia (via June 19). UCLA Fowler Museum, 308 Charles E. Younger Drive North, Westwood. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free. (310) 825-4361.

‘Analogues: Julie Shafer’
The photographic artist information pictures of synthetic environmental devastation on this exhibit on view via Sept. 18. Additionally on view: “Ebon: Concern of a Black Planet,” the artwork collective Black Kirby’s salute to one of many first Black comic-book superheroes, and the companion exhibit “Black Kirby X: Ten Years of Remix and Revolution” (via June 19). UCR Arts (California Museum of Pictures, Culver Heart of the Arts), 3824-34 Most important St., Riverside. Open Thursdays-Sundays. Free.

‘Bali: Company and Energy in Southeast Asia’
Features of Balinese life and tradition are recorded in work collected by cultural anthropologists Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead throughout fieldwork on the Indonesian island through the Nineteen Thirties; on view via June 12. USC Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. $7, $10; free for ages 17 and youthful, and each second Sunday of the month; advance tickets beneficial. (626) 787-2680.

‘Sonic Terrains in Latinx Artwork’
Works by Latinx sound artists previous and current are on view via July 30. Vincent Value Artwork Museum (VPAM), East Los Angeles Faculty, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park. Open Wednesdays-Saturdays. Free. (323) 265-8841.

‘Gwynn Murrill: Animal Nature’
A decades-spanning retrospective of the artist’s animal sculptures — in wooden, metallic, clay and marble — is on view via July 31. Weisman Museum, Pepperdine College, 24255 Pacific Coast Freeway, Malibu. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free; advance timed-entry tickets required.

‘The Medium Is the Message: Flags and Banners’
Authorities-issued flags and political banners from previously communist nations are displayed with up to date works on this exhibit on view via Oct. 23. Wende Museum, 10808 Culver Blvd., Culver Metropolis. Open Friday-Sunday. Free; reservations beneficial for teams of six or extra. (310) 216-1600.