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KCRW Summer Nights at the Hammer Museum with Hana Vu

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Jul 28 • 6:30 pm

(All times are in PDT)
Free
KCRW Member Perk:Member perks listed below!

Is there anything that sounds better than dancing to the rippling sounds of dreamy indie pop artist Hana Vu at the Hammer on a warm summer night? The answer is no… So come join us on Thursday, July 28th in the courtyard! We’ll also be joined by KCRW DJs Dan Wilcox and Valida to keep you sufficiently grooving all night. Happy hour at the bar starts at 6:30pm, so come early and visit the Hammer’s galleries, which will be open until 9:00pm exhibiting Andrea Bowers, the first museum retrospective surveying more than two decades of the Los Angeles–based artist’s work.

 

SCHEDULE

6:30 PM – 7:30PM Happy Hour with cash bar

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM KCRW DJ Valida

8:30 PM – 9:30 PM Hana Vu

9:30 PM – 11:00 PM KCRW DJ Dan Wilcox

 

MEMBER PERKS

  • KCRW members get priority entry through the Hammer member line
  • Visit the KCRW table for a free KCRW limited edition member pin designed by artist Lvl Up Kid and discounts on Summer Nights KCRW merch

Not a KCRW member yet? Join the fam at Summer Nights! Visit the KCRW table at the event for some KCRW freebies and to pick up limited edition KCRW Summer Nights merch designed by artist Lvl Up Kid, which includes a year of KCRW membership.

 

ABOUT THE HAMMER

The Hammer Museum is part of the School of the Arts and Architecture at UCLA, and offers exhibitions and collections that span classic to contemporary art. The exhibitions, permanent collections, and nearly 300 public programs annually—including film screenings, lectures, symposia, readings, music performances, and workshops for families—are all free to the public.

 

EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHT

On view at the Hammer will be Andrea Bowers, the first museum retrospective surveying more than two decades of the Los Angeles–based artist’s work. Andrea Bowers has used her artistic practice as a political exercise, a narrative platform that she lends to movements of social and political activism.