Refugee
What: What does it mean to be a refugee? Five internationally acclaimed photographers tell the story of individuals and families who have fled their homes in desperate search for safety and opportunity in neighboring or far distant countries.
When: Through August 21.
Where: Annenberg Space for Photography, Century City

Metro Bike Share Launch Celebration & Ride Off
What: The Metro Bike Share program debuts this week in Downtown LA. The program will feature at least 65 docking stations in DTLA with more than 1,000 bicycles. Sign up for the ride-off and RSVP for the launch party.
When: Thursday, July 7
Where: Grand Park, DTLA

Big City Forum: Los Angeles Revival – Downtown LA’s Many Changes
What: In connection with an oral history book project about Downtown LA, author Jeremy Rosenberg will moderate an evening conversation about Downtown’s transformations, featuring a diverse panel of guests.
When: Wednesday, July 6
Where: LA Plaza De Culturas Y Artes, DTLA

Made in L.A. 2016
What: The Hammer presents the Made in L.A. 2016 exhibition, featuring the work of Los Angeles artists, including Laida Lertxundi. You will find the Southern California landscape, from deserts to LA alleys, integral to her work.
When: Through August 28
Where: Hammer Museum/10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Unruly Nature: The Landscapes of Théodore Rousseau
What: Do you prefer French landscapes of the late nineteenth century? Then check out the exhibition of French artist, Theodore Rousseau at the Getty.
When: Through September 11
Where: Getty Center, Brentwood

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