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Golden State Escapes
Golden State Escapes
Collection by The California Sunday Magazine, Brand Studio
Itching to escape and discover something new? The California Sunday Magazine's Brand Studio has compiled a list of events happening around the magazine's namesake state — celebrate Filipino culture, get dressed up for a surrealist masquerade ball, re-trace the steps of photographer Ansel Adams, and even venture into the future of space travel. Follow this collection for a rotating roster of events in the Golden State.
Golden State Escapes
  • Ever heard of artists Idelle Weber, Rosalyn Drexler, or Alma Thomas? Learn about unsung renegades of the Modernist movement in this four-week explorative course.
  • Transport back to childhood’s wonderment and whimsy with a one-of-a-kind pop-up that consists of over 1 million building blocks. Enjoy cocktail and eatables while working on a masterpiece.
  • Now in its 83rd year, Southern California’s own “Little Denmark” celebrates its Danish heritage all weekend long in this signature event. Relish in authentic food, Scandinavian arts and crafts, historical Viking reenactments, and lively parades.
  • Focus your viewfinders on the same Yosemite peaks and landscapes as iconic photographer, Ansel Adams, whose work was both a form of art and early environmental activism. An expert photo instructor shares how to capture breathtaking shots at every turn.
  • Visit this wildlife sanctuary outside Los Angeles. Meet and greet with Animal Track’s monkey guests, then get acquainted with other exotic animals at the rescue facility, such as a fennec fox, serval, kinkajous, pythons, and more!
  • With a 360-degree visual and projection show, GRAMMY-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood, pairs his ambient, transcending music with hypnotizing, 3D-animated art.
  • This intimate event exemplifies West Asian culture. The night includes a Palestinian-Syrian dinner by James Beard semifinalist Chef Reem Assil, the premiere of Rania Lee Khalil’s “The Third World Ecology Trilogy,” and a performance by electronic group 47soul.
  • Historic technology and modern craft mingle together in this day-long printmaking and bookmaking celebration. Watch as a 1924 Buffalo Springfield steamroller creates one-of-a-kind linocuts by local artists.
  • Take a wild trip down Mad Max: Fury Road with a 5-day post-apocalyptic party in the Mojave Desert. Just don't forget the combat boots and worn leather: this 18+ event requires costume for entry.
  • Trek to the Santa Cruz Mountains for an invigorating exploration with masterful West African diaspora musicians and artists. Learn traditional dances and how to play native drums, while enjoying freshly prepared cuisine.
  • Ever heard of artists Idelle Weber, Rosalyn Drexler, or Alma Thomas? Learn about unsung renegades of the Modernist movement in this four-week explorative course.
  • Transport back to childhood’s wonderment and whimsy with a one-of-a-kind pop-up that consists of over 1 million building blocks. Enjoy cocktail and eatables while working on a masterpiece.
  • Now in its 83rd year, Southern California’s own “Little Denmark” celebrates its Danish heritage all weekend long in this signature event. Relish in authentic food, Scandinavian arts and crafts, historical Viking reenactments, and lively parades.
  • Focus your viewfinders on the same Yosemite peaks and landscapes as iconic photographer, Ansel Adams, whose work was both a form of art and early environmental activism. An expert photo instructor shares how to capture breathtaking shots at every turn.
  • Visit this wildlife sanctuary outside Los Angeles. Meet and greet with Animal Track’s monkey guests, then get acquainted with other exotic animals at the rescue facility, such as a fennec fox, serval, kinkajous, pythons, and more!
  • With a 360-degree visual and projection show, GRAMMY-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood, pairs his ambient, transcending music with hypnotizing, 3D-animated art.
  • This intimate event exemplifies West Asian culture. The night includes a Palestinian-Syrian dinner by James Beard semifinalist Chef Reem Assil, the premiere of Rania Lee Khalil’s “The Third World Ecology Trilogy,” and a performance by electronic group 47soul.
  • Historic technology and modern craft mingle together in this day-long printmaking and bookmaking celebration. Watch as a 1924 Buffalo Springfield steamroller creates one-of-a-kind linocuts by local artists.
  • Take a wild trip down Mad Max: Fury Road with a 5-day post-apocalyptic party in the Mojave Desert. Just don't forget the combat boots and worn leather: this 18+ event requires costume for entry.
  • Trek to the Santa Cruz Mountains for an invigorating exploration with masterful West African diaspora musicians and artists. Learn traditional dances and how to play native drums, while enjoying freshly prepared cuisine.
Golden State Escapes
Golden State Escapes
Golden State Escapes
Collection by The California Sunday Magazine, Brand Studio
Itching to escape and discover something new? The California Sunday Magazine's Brand Studio has compiled a list of events happening around the magazine's namesake state — celebrate Filipino culture, get dressed up for a surrealist masquerade ball, re-trace the steps of photographer Ansel Adams, and even venture into the future of space travel. Follow this collection for a rotating roster of events in the Golden State.
Itching to escape and discover something new? The California Sunday Magazine's Brand Studio has compiled a list of events happening around the magazine's namesake state — celebrate Filipino culture, get dressed up for a surrealist masquerade ball, re-trace the steps of photographer Ansel Adams, and even venture into the future of space travel. Follow this collection for a rotating roster of events in the Golden State.
  • Ever heard of artists Idelle Weber, Rosalyn Drexler, or Alma Thomas? Learn about unsung renegades of the Modernist movement in this four-week explorative course.
  • Transport back to childhood’s wonderment and whimsy with a one-of-a-kind pop-up that consists of over 1 million building blocks. Enjoy cocktail and eatables while working on a masterpiece.
  • Now in its 83rd year, Southern California’s own “Little Denmark” celebrates its Danish heritage all weekend long in this signature event. Relish in authentic food, Scandinavian arts and crafts, historical Viking reenactments, and lively parades.
  • Focus your viewfinders on the same Yosemite peaks and landscapes as iconic photographer, Ansel Adams, whose work was both a form of art and early environmental activism. An expert photo instructor shares how to capture breathtaking shots at every turn.
  • Visit this wildlife sanctuary outside Los Angeles. Meet and greet with Animal Track’s monkey guests, then get acquainted with other exotic animals at the rescue facility, such as a fennec fox, serval, kinkajous, pythons, and more!
  • With a 360-degree visual and projection show, GRAMMY-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood, pairs his ambient, transcending music with hypnotizing, 3D-animated art.
  • This intimate event exemplifies West Asian culture. The night includes a Palestinian-Syrian dinner by James Beard semifinalist Chef Reem Assil, the premiere of Rania Lee Khalil’s “The Third World Ecology Trilogy,” and a performance by electronic group 47soul.
  • Historic technology and modern craft mingle together in this day-long printmaking and bookmaking celebration. Watch as a 1924 Buffalo Springfield steamroller creates one-of-a-kind linocuts by local artists.
  • Take a wild trip down Mad Max: Fury Road with a 5-day post-apocalyptic party in the Mojave Desert. Just don't forget the combat boots and worn leather: this 18+ event requires costume for entry.
  • Trek to the Santa Cruz Mountains for an invigorating exploration with masterful West African diaspora musicians and artists. Learn traditional dances and how to play native drums, while enjoying freshly prepared cuisine.
  • Ever heard of artists Idelle Weber, Rosalyn Drexler, or Alma Thomas? Learn about unsung renegades of the Modernist movement in this four-week explorative course.
  • Transport back to childhood’s wonderment and whimsy with a one-of-a-kind pop-up that consists of over 1 million building blocks. Enjoy cocktail and eatables while working on a masterpiece.
  • Now in its 83rd year, Southern California’s own “Little Denmark” celebrates its Danish heritage all weekend long in this signature event. Relish in authentic food, Scandinavian arts and crafts, historical Viking reenactments, and lively parades.
  • Focus your viewfinders on the same Yosemite peaks and landscapes as iconic photographer, Ansel Adams, whose work was both a form of art and early environmental activism. An expert photo instructor shares how to capture breathtaking shots at every turn.
  • Visit this wildlife sanctuary outside Los Angeles. Meet and greet with Animal Track’s monkey guests, then get acquainted with other exotic animals at the rescue facility, such as a fennec fox, serval, kinkajous, pythons, and more!
  • With a 360-degree visual and projection show, GRAMMY-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood, pairs his ambient, transcending music with hypnotizing, 3D-animated art.
  • This intimate event exemplifies West Asian culture. The night includes a Palestinian-Syrian dinner by James Beard semifinalist Chef Reem Assil, the premiere of Rania Lee Khalil’s “The Third World Ecology Trilogy,” and a performance by electronic group 47soul.
  • Historic technology and modern craft mingle together in this day-long printmaking and bookmaking celebration. Watch as a 1924 Buffalo Springfield steamroller creates one-of-a-kind linocuts by local artists.
  • Take a wild trip down Mad Max: Fury Road with a 5-day post-apocalyptic party in the Mojave Desert. Just don't forget the combat boots and worn leather: this 18+ event requires costume for entry.
  • Trek to the Santa Cruz Mountains for an invigorating exploration with masterful West African diaspora musicians and artists. Learn traditional dances and how to play native drums, while enjoying freshly prepared cuisine.