Murakami at The Broad
Takashi Murakami is a very famous artist. He does art for movies and TV, as well as paintings and drawings. The exhibition consists of 18 pieces produced throughout his career, as well as new Immersive Environments, which were developed in collaboration with the artist and his team.
The artist addresses political, social, and cultural issues such as globalization, post-war Japan, pop culture, and religious imagery in these sculptures, paintings, wallpaper patterns, and immersive installations.
The Rose Bowl Flea Market
For almost 50 years, the Rose Bowl Flea Market has been the most popular and profitable market in the United States. Because of its uniqueness, high-quality vendors, and outstanding customers of all ages, the market is internationally recognized.
The flea market attracts 20,000 monthly customers, including celebrities and interior designers. We can’t think of a more ideal place to have a fantastic outdoor experience than the Rose Bowl America’s Stadium. Every second Sunday of the month, this is an enormous outside event.
Mission Tiki Drive-in Theatre
The Mission Drive-In Theater, which is located in Montclair and was originally called the Mission when it opened in 1956, screens films. The Mission Tiki began as a single-screen drive-in before expanding to four screens.
The park’s name was incorporated into the ticket booths, which were converted to resemble tiki huts, and a Maui statue garden was built. The food court’s concessions stands were also renovated with a tiki-themed design.
You may see the newest films at this drive-in, which is open seven days a week and offers concessions such as pizza, burgers, Mexican cuisine, and more from the snack bar.
On Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays there is also a world-famous swap meet from car to car with over 300 vendors from 6 am to 2 pm.
Use Your Disney Genie At Disneyland
Disney Genie is a new, free tool in the Disneyland app. It’s like an app inside of an app. With suggestions to help you save time in lines, discover Disney magic, and take the guesswork out of scheduling your day, you may use this innovative technology to navigate through the park with you.
The old free FastPass system will be replaced with the Genie. It’ll build an hourly itinerary based on your preferences and account for anticipated and actual wait times automatically.
The Genie will also offer you some nearby food reservations or mobile ordering possibilities, as well as some other benefits. It’ll take account of any last-minute changes in the weather or crowd levels, and it’ll adjust your schedule. This seems like a wonderful tool for anyone new to Disneyland.
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles is America’s largest institute dedicated to the art and science of filmmaking, and there’s always something new to see there.
The Academy Museum has global aspirations and is firmly rooted in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ unrivaled holdings and expertise. The museum offers outstanding exhibitions and programs that illuminate cinema’s impact on the world.
The Academy Museum, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, is home to seven floors of exhibition areas, educational and special event spaces, a conservation studio, a café, and a museum store.
The museum’s David Geffen Theater and Ted Mann Theater will present a year-round calendar of screenings, film series, member programs, panel discussions, family programs, and symposia.