03/23/2011 10:57 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

PLAN ForYourArt: March 24-30

Each week, ForYourArt highlights select events to help you PLAN ForYourArt. SEE, KNOW, COLLECT, and ENJOY the best of Los Angeles art and culture.

Film Program: More and Trash
LACMA (Mid-Wilshire)
7:30pm and 9:40pm
LACMA presents a screening of More, written and directed by Barbet Schroeder. More, his directorial debut, largely improvised and set to a Pink Floyd score, traces the relationship between a German student and his American girlfriend as they commit themselves to a life of hedonism in Ibiza. At 9:40, a screening of Paul Morrissey's Trash, which was originally made and released in a trilogy along with Flesh and Heat, under the banner of "Andy Warhol Presents." Morrissey introduced narrative and editing into Warhol films, fundamentally changing their aesthetic, and in this film, takes the idea "that drug people are trash" to its extreme. Now on view at LACMA: Human Nature: Contemporary Art from the Collection and Vija Celmins: Television & Disaster 1964-1966.

Folk Art Everywhere: Highland Park Art Walk
Various Locations (Highland Park)
Folk Art Everywhere promotes exploration of Los Angeles' many cultures and neighborhoods by bringing art into the spaces of daily life. This art walk, led by writer and cultural planner Maryam Hosseinzadeh begins and ends at the Highland Park stop along the Metro Gold Line, and includes a visit to Figueroa Produce and a picnic at La Tierra de la Culebra Park. The four will loosely follow the historic Route 66 and the Arroyo, as walkers learn about hidden gems from historic signage and architecture, unique public spaces, independent businesses, and more.

The Avenues 14th Annual Art and Design Walk
The Avenues (West Hollywood)
The 14th Annual Art & Design Walk in West Hollywood will feature cocktail receptions, product launches, trunk shows, live music and entertainment, food trucks and more. Parking is available in the new West Hollywood Library Garage.

Liza Lou
L&M Arts (Venice)
The opening reception for an exhibition featuring the work of Liza Lou. Lou has maintained a studio in Durban, South Africa for the last six years, working with Zulu artisans whose families have worked with beads for generations. Lou's work for this exhibition reflects her travels, meditates upon process, the impossibility of perfection, and what Lou terms "the culpability of craft."

Lifelines: A Retrospective Exhibition of Performance, Installation, Sculpture, Painting and Drawing by John  M. White and Scoli Acosta: Rippling: An Earnest Moire Effect
Armory Center for the Arts (Pasadena)
The opening reception for two new exhibitions at the Armory Center for the Arts. In the Caldwell Gallery, Lifelines: A Retrospective Exhibition of Performance, Installation, Sculpture, Painting and Drawing by John  M. White features the oeuvre of the innovative painter, sculptor, installation and performance artist and inspirational teacher. In the Pasadena Art Alliance Gallery, Scoli Acosta presents Rippling: An Earnest Moire Effect, an organic accumulation of imagery from a two month stay in the countryside of France, with works inspired by the rippling effect of water via raindrops.

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