Downtown LA's Broad museum has built its stellar reputation on its contemporary art, but starting on June 25, the increasingly trendy museum will be adding a musical component to their collection and holy shit, does it sound transformative.
The monthly series, which will be known as, Nonobject(ive): Summer Happenings at the Broad, will integrate pieces from their collection into musical and dance performances, making for a one of a kind, immersive art experience.
The late-night program, which is co-curated by Brandon Stosuy of Pitchfork will feature, composers, producers, and artists like singer/songwriter Perfume Genius and Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend.
What's even more enticing about the string of summer happenings, is that its extremely interactive, and visitors wont be hushed spectators, they'll be an essential part of the series. You might even leave with a face full of makeup and a new hairstyle, compliments of LAs Mutant Salon, who teamed up with Broad as a pop-up beauty parlor.
Although the series is on the west coast, the Summer Happenings are heavily inspired by the east coast, so if you're thinking about a summer getaway, now might be a good time to start planning a visit before the Broads final happening, on September 24th.