Mandi Moss

Mandi Moss

Mandi's been acting, producing, scenic painting, costume designing and directing in Los Angeles since the early 2000's with a particular interest in new works and creative storytelling. She’s a former member of Theatre of NOTE and a current member of Sacred Fools Theater Company. She’s also a proud professional clown and the Managing Editor of @ This Stage.

Wallet-Free Weekend: LA’s No-Cost Culture Guide

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 28


  • Photography Talk in Century City

“Radical Love” Toni Greaves discusses her long-term project photographing within a community of cloistered nuns and her personal journey along the way. RSVP online.

6:30 pm • Annenberg Space for PhotographyInfo

  • Beach Movie in Long Beach

Alfredo’s Beach Club’s Moonlight Movies screens “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Dinner, Snacks and Popcorn available for purchase. Free parking.

Dusk (appx 8pm) • Granada Beach, Long Beach • Info

  • Comic Book Crafts at the John Muir Library

Using a variety of items to create your very own new and improved comic book objects. Bring your own comics or use the ones provided.

4 pm • John Muir Library Info

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 28


  • Retro Movie at the Pico Union Library

Screening of “Breakin’ 2 – Electric Boogaloo.” Snacks served.

2:30 pm • Pico Union Library • Info

  • Dancing at the Music Center

Samba dance lesson under the stars & then an open dance floor to try out what you’ve learned. Bring a picnic or get food there. Tables and chairs provided.

7 pm • Downtown LA • Info

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29


  • Kids’ Crafts at the Arcadia Museum

“Up Close & Messy” At the Gilb Museum’s illuminating workshop participants can explore a range of lantern making techniques, and learn how to construct a palace lantern, make a paper lantern, or create a shadow picture lantern.

10 am & 1 pm • ArcadiaInfo

  • Artists at California African American Museum

Meet artists from the current exhibition “Shared Otherness.” RSVP.

12 pm • Exposition Park Info

  • Theatre at the Edendale Library

Drama West presents 5 new short plays read by professional actors, an award winning short film, a spoken word performance, & more.

1 pm • Edendale LibraryInfo

  • Outdoor Movies at Malibu Bluffs Park

CineMalibu: Bring a chair or blanket for “Toy Story.” Food trucks, games, photo booth and preshow from 7 pm.

7 pm • MalibuInfo

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30


  • Family Music at the Skirball Cultural Center

The Show Ponies mix exuberant indie folk & bluegrass. Free w/admission.

12 pm & 2 pm • West LAInfo

  • Family Day at ESMoA

Explore “Experience 17: STUDIO” with family & friends, take part in a Scavenger Hunt, & make art inspired by the paintings of Norbert Tadeusz + drawings of live improvised performances from dancers Caitlin Adams & Kelsey Lanceta. Materials for all ages and ability levels.

11 am • El SegundoInfo

  • Pottery at Craft and Folk Art Musuem

Artist Thomas Dang works on his pottery wheel—throwing clay & talks about ceramic work that combines his experience with combat & microbiology. RSVP.

12 pm • Miracle MileInfo

  • Family Arts at Barnsdall Art Park

Free art workshops on arts & crafts from world cultures, led by artists. Call to verify.

2 pm • HollywoodInfo

  • Country Music at The Echo

The Grand Ole Echo is Americana & country music, with 3 bands on the mainstage & 1 or 2 on the backporch; featuring Angelica Rockne, The Lonesome Billies, Snake Arm & The Ben Reddell Band. Free before 6 pm.

3 pm • Echo ParkInfo

  • Jazz Under the Stars in Pasadena

The Pasadena Playhouse District Assoc presents all-star jazz from the Elliot Caine Quintet.

5 pm • Pasadena Info

  • Bollywood Night at Betalevel

A screening of Bimal Roy’s classic “Madhumati.”

7 pm • ChinatownInfo

  • Angel City Brewery’s Beer Bazaar

Taking place weekly in their public house, peruse wares from local arts & crafts vendors while enjoying a pint & food from the trucks.

1 pm • Downtown LAInfo