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OPENING: California Design, 1930-1965 @PEM


On Saturday, take the commuter rail to Salem to join in the opening celebration of PEM’s newest exhibit, California Design: Living in a Modern Way. Showcasing the west coast’s innovative approaches to design, architecture, fashion and film in the mid-20th century, the 200-piece exhibit explores the ways in which California influenced modern and contemporary culture. There will be lots of events happening throughout the day, including films, gallery talks, tours and presentations. Check below for a schedule of the day’s goings-on.

Opening: 3/29, 10am – 5pm

On view: 3/29 – 7/6

Desk and chair, c. 1938 Kem Weber

11am | Public Gallery Talk

11am – 12:15pm | Film : Objectified

11am | Docent-led Gallery Tour

12-4pm | The Great Outdoors (pop-up campsite)

12-4pm | Drop-in Art Making

1-2pm | Presentation : California Design

2pm | Public Gallery Talk

2pm | Docent-led Gallery Tour

3-4pm | Presentation : From Bullet Bras to Bra Burning


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