THIS WEEK AT THE H | March 25–April 1

this-week-at-the-hThis Week at The H is a weekly feature here at Verso. Stop in each Monday to find out what’s happening throughout the week at The Huntington!

Have you all checked out our newest social media site? We ventured into the world of Tumblr last week. Read the blog post or head right on over to the new site.

Class descriptions and registration info for our summer Huntington Explorers program will be available online beginning tomorrow. Just head to the Huntington website and do a search for “Explorers.”

Wednesday is our weekly live performance of traditional Chinese music in the Garden of Flowing Fragrance—a perfect day to grab lunch at the Chinese Garden Tea House! Check out the menu.

“When They Were Wild” got a mention in this month’s Sunset magazine and was written up in an article in the print editions of the Pasadena Star-News and some other local papers this past Saturday. Read up on our new exhibition in this Los Angeles Daily News article from earlier this month, and then come on out and see for yourself what all the buzz is about!

Next Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. is “Better Living Through Electricity: Los Angeles, 1940–1990,” the first in a series of lectures and moderated discussions inspired by “Form and Landscape: Southern California Edison and the Los Angeles Basin, 1940–1990,” an upcoming digital exhibition that is part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A. Panelists explore the ubiquitous distribution of electricity in industrial, commercial, infrastructural, and residential sites throughout greater Los Angeles in the second half of the 20th century. The event is free and will be held in Friends’ Hall.

For information on events that require registration and/or additional fees, please check out the calendar on The Huntington’s website.

Kate Lain is the new media developer in the office of communications at The Huntington.

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