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2021 Highlights to Put in Your Calendar

After a difficult year of cancellations and postponements of cultural and sporting events and infrastructure projects, we are starting to see glimmers of life going back to normal. We’ve assembled a list of 7 things we’re looking forward to this year from exhibitions to local hotel openings. While we can’t say for sure that these activities and events will all happen, we have our fingers crossed. We’re putting them in our calendars (in pencil).

 
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The Crenshaw Line is Set to Start Service

One of the developments we’re most looking forward to later this year is the debut of Metro’s newest light rail line, the Crenshaw Line. Once completed, the route will link the E Line stop on the border of West Adams and Leimert Park with the C Line stop by LAX (which will see a people mover extension in 2023), with stops in Inglewood along the way. Look out for an update on the line this month, when hopefully we’ll find out what its letter name will be.

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Desert X

For its third iteration, Desert X will once again stage site-specific installations across 40 miles of the Coachella Valley. Exhibition details are still to be announced but mark your calendars for February 6th – April 11th. Admission will be free.

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The Shay at Ivy Station

Upgrading your staycation will be easy this year with the opening of The Shay in Culver City. The chic, 148-room boutique hotel is due to open in the spring and features a rooftop pool with panoramic views of DTLA, the Hollywood Sign and the Santa Monica Mountains.

 
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LA Art Show

One of our favorite annual cultural events, the LA Art Show, normally held in January, is due to return to the LA Convention Center from July 29th – August 1st. Keep up to date with featured exhibitions and ticket info here.

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Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

The highly anticipated Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will finally open its doors on September 30th with an exhibit called Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898-1971 that looks back at the African American filmmakers that shaped American cinema.

Barack Obama by Kehinde Wiley, oil on canvas, 2018. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. The National Portrait Gallery is grateful to the following lead donors for their support of the Obama portraits: Kate Capshaw and Steven Spielberg; Judith Kern and Kent Whealy; Tommie L.Pegues and Donald A. Capoccia. © 2018 Kehinde Wiley

The Obamas Portraits Tour

The two iconic paintings of Barack and Michelle Obama, created by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, respectively, will be leaving the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC to embark on a five city tour this year. LACMA is scheduled to play host from November 5th – January 2nd 2022 and the exhibition will feature teacher workshops, curatorial tours, and a richly illustrated book. Find out more here.

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