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Things to Do


.disney.go.com). Mon, Wed 6–11pm; Fri 7pm– midnight. $79–$99. Through Oct 31.


High Five Art Launch Party Listen to live DJs, fill up on tacos,


contribute to a community chalk mural and see the winning California-inspired works featured in the Autry’s exterior banner design contest. à Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Way (323-667-2000, theautry.org). Oct 13 at 6:30pm; $5.


IndieCade Festival Play through the year’s most


innovative independent releases at this juried video-game festival featuring up-and-coming game developers and artists. à University of Southern California, Exposition Blvd and Pardee Way (indiecade.com). Oct 14–16 at 10am; $20–$495.


Burbank Beer Festival Embrace the Oktoberfest spirit


at this outdoor beer festival featuring more than 85 brews on tap from local and out-of-state craft breweries. Access to the street festival is free, though you’ll have to purchase a ticket for your unlimited sample cup. à 201 N San Fernando Blvd, Burbank (burbankbeerfestival.com). Oct 15 noon–3pm, 4–7pm; $45.


LACMA Local: Zombie Learn how to act, dress and walk


like a zombie with a workshop from Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater, then parade around the LACMA campus. Tickets include admission to “Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters.” à Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd (323-857-6000, lacma.org/ local). Oct 15 at 10am; membership $40, workshop fee $15.


“The Science Behind


Pixar” Exhibition Take a peek into the engineering and technology that goes into the animation studio’s moviemaking magic. The ticketed exhibition includes interactive installations, behind-the-scenes interviews


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Carrie Brownstein Rock icon and Portlandia star Brownstein reads from her memoir, Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl, about growing up in the Pacific Northwest and how her feminist punk-rock band Sleater-Kinney changed the course of her life.


à Largo at the Coronet, 366 N La Cienega Blvd (310-855-0350, largo-la .com). Oct 25 at 8:30pm; $30.


Bryan Cranston


Find out how Cranston is so damn good at any role he steps into when the acclaimed actor discusses everything from


Breaking Bad to Malcolm in the Middle during this Live Talks Los Angeles release event for his new memoir, A Life in Parts.


à Santa Monica High School, 600 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica (livetalksla .org). Oct 13 at 8pm; $45–$75.


Marina Abramović The confrontational performance artist discusses her memoir, Walk Through Walls, and recounts an emotional career that’s pushed her body past the limits of fear, pain and exhaustion over the last 40 years—all in the public gaze of the art world.


à Harold M. Williams Auditorium (at the Getty Center), 1200 Getty Center Dr (310-440-7300, getty.edu). Nov 15 at 7pm; free.


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CINDY AND ALAN HORN


CREATIVE PARTNER Experience two new galleries and an


ethnobotanical garden that reveal stories of people and nature in this extraordinary state


of change. Don’t miss California Continued— now at the Autry in Griffi th Park.


TALKS ON THE TOWN


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AUTRY MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST 4700 Western Heritage Way Los Angeles, CA 90027 TheAutry.org | #CAContinued


FROM TOP: Film still, Suzanne Mejean-Pinney · Harry Fonseca (Nisenan Maidu, Hawaiian, Portuguese). A Gift from California (detail), circa 1979. Acrylic on canvas. Autry Museum.


October–December 2016 Time Out Los Angeles


PHOTOGRAPH: COURTESY AUTUMN DE WILDE


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