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Summer Mixer at 40 Love
Jul
20
2:30 PM14:30

Summer Mixer at 40 Love

Summer Mixer at 40 Love

 

Alex Norocea (’14) and Aaron Zhang (’17) of Isotope Ticketing are hosting a Summer Mixer at The H.Wood Group’s newest location, 40 Love.  They will be taking over the patio space from 2:30-4:30pm on Saturday, July 20th

 

A great chance to meet and mix with Brunonians around L.A. in a low-stress, beautiful, summer LA environment!

 

There will be appetizers, and a special bottomless package available for pre-purchase at:

 

https://platform.isotopeticketing.com/event/detail/5d2631fa62979420e48a1022

 

*Due to patio capacity, the event is capped at 60 attendees*

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Women of Brown LA – Winter Event - Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park
Jan
27
11:00 AM11:00

Women of Brown LA – Winter Event - Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park

  • Hollyhock House @ Barnsdall Art Park (map)
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TOUR OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S HOLLYHOCK HOUSE IN BARNSDALL PARK

LUNCH AT YUCAS LA, operated by Alum Dora Herrera '80 

Join us for a tour of the Hollyhock House, the first house Frank Lloyd Wright designed in Los Angeles. Commissioned in the early 1920s by oil heiress Aline Barnsdall for an incredible 36-acre hilltop site on the Hollywood/Los Feliz border, it was part of a performing arts complex.

The Hollyhock reopened in June 2015 after a four-year beautiful, painstaking restoration that has brought many of its public spaces back to their 1921 beauty and magnificence.

The tour will be followed by a lunch at YUCA'S LA - operated by Alum Dora Herrera '80 - offering authentic Yucatecan fare, Burgers & Hotdogs.

Note:  this event includes extensive walking, but the site is billed as ADA accessible, no stairs.

Time:  

11:00 - 11:15 - Meet in the Motor Court for entrance to the House - we will conduct our own  self-guided tour.

1:15 onward. - Carpool to lunch a few blocks away leaving some vehicles at the Park.  Order from the menu - www.yucasla.com

Cost:  $7 ($3 Seniors) for Admission to House. 

  • Pay at the event with credit card only (visa or mastercard) at the Box Office. 
  • However, you must RSVP for the count.   We are limited to 20 or 25.  Guests welcome.
  • For lunch, order from the menu at Yucas and pay for your order.

Parking:  Parking is free.After you enter the Park from Hollywood Blvd, park along the road leading up to the House.  Walk up to the House.  There is disabled parking at the top of the hill in the Motor Court for the House. 

 

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Gala Bruno 2017!
Nov
5
11:30 AM11:30

Gala Bruno 2017!

  • Brentwood (address to be released to registrants) (map)
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CHRIS BRANCATO '84 has written and produced over 200 hours of television, including such series as “X-Files,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” and “Hannibal,” and co-created the Netflix series “Narcos.”  In addition, Chris wrote and co-produced MGM's popular gangster feature “Hoodlum,” starring Lawrence Fishburne, the sci-fi thriller “Species II” and executive produced the comedy feature “Stealing Harvard.” He is currently writing “Sherlock 3” for Warner Brothers.    

 

He's won the Peabody award (“Boomtown”), two Saturn awards (“Hannibal”), Golden Globes and BAFTA nominations (“Narcos”) and a Writer's Guild award for his work on one of the Hundred Best Television Series (“X-Files”).  From 2006 to 2011 he was President of the Writers Guild Foundation. He works closely with Autism Speaks and other charities. 


This year we took a cue from the mid century vibe of our hosts' home in an architecturally protected community in Kenter Canyon, Brentwood and planned a very special event:

 We are pleased to have entertainment from a retro surf band: Woodie and the Longboards.

As always we will have great adult beverages and delicious bites from Chef Jeramie Calcetas

Tickets here

Alumni, Parents, and Guests $45.00

Young Alum '13-'17   $25.00

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The Art of Thank You with RISD/LA alumni (RISD event)
Apr
1
2:00 PM14:00

The Art of Thank You with RISD/LA alumni (RISD event)

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An exclusive gathering as RISD Trustee Erica Gerard Di Bona and RISD/LA Co-Chair Marisa Murrow [00 PT] share their secrets on how to open doors, strengthen relationships and make an indelible impression with words and flowers. 

Marisa Murrow will present her floral design skills and teach us how to make gorgeous bouquets. Erica Di Bona will divulge a sure-fire way to write a winning "Thank You” note in three easy paragraphs. 

High Tea Service to follow presentation. Space is extremely limited and advance registration is required. 

Tickets: $40 at risdla-theartofthankyou.eventbrite.com

For more information, please contact Marisa Murrow at 310.489.0012.

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Spring Fling 2017 - SOLD OUT!
Mar
30
to Mar 31

Spring Fling 2017 - SOLD OUT!

  • UPSTAIRS Rooftop Bar DTLA Ace Hotel (map)
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SPRING FLING is a great opportunity to connect with other young alumni in your area! The event is FREE, but space is limited! Don't miss out.  SOLD OUT!

Thursday, March 30, 2017
UPSTAIRS Rooftop Bar in DTLA Ace Hotel
Cocktail reception with performance by Dave Binder
8:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

RSVP Link: SOLD OUT!

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Living With Intent: Conversation and Guided Meditation with Mallika Chopra '93
Mar
25
9:30 AM09:30

Living With Intent: Conversation and Guided Meditation with Mallika Chopra '93

Join us for an intimate conversation and special guided meditation with Mallika Chopra, '93

Mallika, the daughter of spirituality guru Deepak Chopra, has been steeped in questions of purpose, fulfillment, and enlightenment for her entire life. Yet even a Chopra struggled with the challenges of guilt and finding balance and serenity as her to-list multiplied by the second. Her tipping point led her to authoring Living with Intent, which is a chronicle of her search to find more meaning, joy and balance in life.

In this session, Mallika Chopra will share her personal journey – successes and failures, and provide a practical road map for how we can all move from thought to action to overcome. Attendees will leave both inspired and armed with solid tools to make positive changes for living a life of intent.

Details:  

- Doors open at 9:30am. Program starts at 10:00am.

- Bellinis and refreshments will be served.

- Tickets:   Alumni and Guests - $10

Buy your tickets here:  Brunonia

Please buy your tickets in advance so we can plan accordingly to provide refreshments.

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Paths in Entrepreneurship
Mar
7
6:30 PM18:30

Paths in Entrepreneurship

 

Join us to kick-off the Brown LA Entrepreneurship Platform at this unique panel discussion depicting the journeys of high profile entrepreneurs from Idea to Startup here in Los Angeles. Meet the BU startup eco-system here in Los Angeles,  including startup founders and professionals, lawyers and investors, and forge mentorships to support your start up journey.

Moderated by Chad Billmyer '01, CEO of Panjo, this event will showcase successful entrepreneurs including the Co-Founders of Hive Lighting, Robert Rutherford '05 and Jon Edward Miller '05 and Alex Kruglov '02, CEO of Smiletime.

Details:  - Informal networking following the panel. Light refreshments will be served.
              - Tickets:   Alumni and Guests - $10
              - Check In: 6:30pm; Program begins at 7pm

Buy your tickets here:  Brunonia

Please buy your tickets in advance so we can plan accordingly to provide yummy treats and wine.

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Chad Billmyer '01 is CEO of Panjo, an online marketplace stocked with unique items for sale from the world's most knowledgeable enthusiasts. Prior to Panjo, Billmyer ran Petersons.com, a college planning and financing Web site. He started a college financial aid software business in his junior year at Brown. Nelnet (NYSE: NNI) acquired that venture in 2005. He mentors startups in Brown's entrepreneurship program and Mucker Capital here in Los Angeles.


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Alex Kruglov '02 is CEO of Smiletime, a premium video platform that allows audiences to serve as not just viewers, but co-creators, interacting and engaging with creators and other viewers on the virtual stage. Prior to co-founding Smiletime, Alex spent six years at Hulu overseeing all of its content acquisition efforts from nearly 500 content providers and led the vision and creation of the Hulu Originals brand. Alex lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.


 
 

Robert Rutherford '05 is the co-founder and CEO of Hive Lighting, a Los Angeles based cleantech company that designs and manufactures energy efficient Plasma lights for Film, Television, Digital and Sports production. Prior to Hive, Rob was a founding partner at GGI, an energy efficiency consultancy for clients including Google, Dynaroll, EJM Development and others.

Jon Edward Miller '05 is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Hive Lighting. Prior to Hive, Jon worked as a Director of Photography for FX Network, Pepsi, American Apparel, Quiksilver, Toyota, Heineken, MTV, and mtvU.  In conjunction with his work at Hive, Jon continues to work as a Director of Photography splitting his time between Los Angeles and New York.

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Brown Club of LA Hike
Feb
25
8:45 AM08:45

Brown Club of LA Hike

Hike with your fellow Brown alumni in our beautiful city. Family, friends, and pets welcome! We will be doing a light and pet-friendly segment of the Backbone Trail, starting at the Corral Canyon Trailhead and hiking 3 miles toward the Tapia Trailhead and back.  The hike features spectacular views of the green surrounding mountains, the snow-capped San Gabriel mountains in the distance, the ocean, Palos Verdes and even Catalina on a clear day.

There is plenty of parking along the PCH and limited parking at the Corral Canyon Trailhead.  We will meet at 8:45am to start hiking at 9:00am.

If interested, please email bojan.grozdanic13@gmail.com.

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Andy Suzuki & The Method: Music Show & Drinks!
Feb
22
8:00 PM20:00

Andy Suzuki & The Method: Music Show & Drinks!

Andy Suzuki & The Method is a band from New York City, consisting of lead singer Andy Suzuki and percussionist Kozza Babumba. In 2005, the band was formed on campus at Brown, where band leader Suzuki met hand-percussionist Babumba. Now on their third full-length album, The Glass Hour, Andy Suzuki & The Method build upon their folk-pop roots to incorporate RnB ballads, country-rock tones, and ready-to-drop pop. 

Join Brown Club of Los Angeles at the band's February 22nd show at Hotel Cafe! After the show, BCLA will have drinks with lead singer Andy Suzuki. You don't want to miss this show! 

Music Show: $10 pre-sale + $2.50 service charge (Ticket link here!)

Ticket Link: https://www.hotelcafe.com/tickets/?s=events_view&id=6034

After-show Drinks with Andy: Mama Shelter (RSVP at brownalumni.losangeles@gmail.com if you would like to join for after-show drinks!)

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Lunar New Year Dinner
Feb
17
7:30 PM19:30

Lunar New Year Dinner

Join the Brown Club of Los Angeles and Brown A4 (Asian American Alumni Alliance) in celebrating the Year of the Rooster! 

**Seating is limited! Register early to secure your spot!**

SHABUYA is an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT shabu shabu hot pot restaurant. Traditionally Shabu-shabu is prepared with thinly sliced beef, though modern preparations sometimes use pork, seafood and sometimes chicken or lamb. Most often, tender ribeye steak is used, but less tender cuts, such as top sirloin are also common. It is usually served with vegetables, including cabbage, shiitake mushrooms and enokitake mushrooms.

Cost (Tax and Gratuity Included!): $32 "Early Bird" first 10 RSVPs, $40 alumni, $40 guest

RSVP: Email Elaine Tamargo (claudelaine26@gmail.com) with your name, class year, and number of guests

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How to Start a Production Company - An Exclusive Salon
Nov
13
2:00 PM14:00

How to Start a Production Company - An Exclusive Salon

In partnership with Ivy Entertainment, the Brown Club of LA is pleased to present "How to Start a Production Company - An Exclusive Salon" at the American Film Institute on Nov. 13th.

 

Many alumni in Los Angeles aspire to start a production company to produce meaningful content for wide audiences.  But starting your own production company is not for the faint of heart. Many find it challenging to navigate a web of creative development, legal, finance, production, marketing and distribution. 

 

This salon features a panel of experts in production including Brown alum Michelle Sy '95, founder of Symmetry Media and producer of Oscar-nominated FINDING NEVERLAND.  Donna Lipofsky '01 is the visionary co-creator of the entire event.

The salon also includes an exclusive networking opportunity for guests and panelists while enjoying an open bar and hors d’oeuvres at AFI. 

Tickets will sell out for this event soon, make sure to reserve your spot!

 

Tickets & Details:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-start-your-production-company-an-exclusive-salon

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Special Opportunity with Eos Chasma Contemporary Ballet
Nov
3
4:30 PM16:30

Special Opportunity with Eos Chasma Contemporary Ballet

We're pleased to share that Rachel Weber '89, the Executive Committee Chair of Barak Ballet, has arranged for a block of FREE tickets for Brown Alumni to attend the Barak Ballet performances of Eos Chasma on both Nov. 5th and Nov. 6th (tickets are regularly $25).

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On Nov. 5th and 6th, Barak Ballet shares the stage with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory presenting Eos Chasma, a contemporary work by artistic director Melissa Barak inspired by the concept of the first human inhabitants to land on Mars. Come early to enjoy refreshments and a Mars exploration themed display in the lobby. 

Following the performance will be a conversation with Melissa Barak and a JPL engineer with Q&A from the audience.

Location:  ARC Pasadena

Time:  Sat Nov. 5th at 8pm or Sun. Nov. 6th at 2pm

RSVP by Email to Reserve your tickets!  Include the day you'd like to attend and how many spots you would like to reserve in an email to brownalumni.losangeles@gmail.com.

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Private, Pre-Release Screening of TROLLS for Brown Alumni & Families!
Oct
29
11:00 AM11:00

Private, Pre-Release Screening of TROLLS for Brown Alumni & Families!

We have arranged a private, pre-release screening of TROLLS for the Brown University community in Los Angeles! Trolls is a smart, funny and irreverent 3D computer-animated comedy about the search for happiness, and just how far some will go to get it. This new feature from DreamWorks and Fox was written by the veteran screenwriting team of Glenn Berger '91 and Jonathan Aibel. 

This delightful family-friendly event is FREE! Tickets include popcorn and soda. Reserve your tickets now, as this is a limited capacity event. 

RSVP: https://alumni.brown.edu/Alumni/BRAVO/Events/Registration.aspx?Event=1800

 

"This hilarious film transports audiences to a colorful, wondrous world populated by the overly optimistic Trolls, who have a constant dance in their step and a song on their lips, and the comically pessimistic Bergens, who are only happy when they have trolls in their stomachs." - Fox

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GALA BRUNO 2016
Oct
23
11:30 AM11:30

GALA BRUNO 2016

  • 1001 Rivas Canyon Road Pacific Palisades, CA, 90272 United States (map)
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WE ARE CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING ISSUES WHILE TRYING TO RSVP TO THE EVENT. AFTER CLICKING ON THE RSVP LINK BELOW AND LANDING ON THE "BROWN ALUMNI ONLINE" PAGE, CLICK ON THE YELLOW "LOG IN" BOX. IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH THE USERNAME/PASSWORD OR GET AN ERROR, YOU CAN BYPASS THIS BY CLICKING ON THE YELLOW "RSVP HERE" BOX, RIGHT BELOW "DON'T HAVE AN ACCOUNT HERE?"

 

Please join us for

GALA BRUNO 2016

A celebration of the Brown University community in Los Angeles

Live music, Hors d'Oeuvres, Bar, Featured Speaker: Glenn Berger'91

 The Keynote Speaker for Gala Bruno is DreamWorks' Glenn Berger'91, the screenwriter for the upcoming film TROLLS, as well as Kung Fu Panda, Monsters vs. Aliens and Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. Click here to read his BAM Alumni Interview.
 

Event Details

11:30am - 3:00pm

Tickets:    $20 for Young Alumni (Graduated in the last 5 years)

$30 for Alumni & Guests.                

Group tickets (available until midnight, Oct 10th):            

$100 for 6 Young Alumni tickets (3 must be alumni in '12-'16)

$120 for 6 Alumni & Guests tickets.

 

RSVP: https://alumni.brown.edu/Alumni/BRAVO/Events/Registration.aspx

 

GLENN BERGER  Writer / Producer

GLENN BERGER

Writer / Producer

Glenn Berger, along with his writing partner Jonathan Aibel, is part of the writing and producing team behind some of today’s most beloved and popular family films.  To date, their movies have grossed over 3.3 billion dollars at the worldwide box office and over 1.2 billion dollars domestically.  Berger met Aibel right out of college while both working as management consultants in Boston.  It was there they both discovered their passion for comedy writing and lack of passion for management consulting.  So they threw away their suits and briefcases and moved to Los Angeles.  Since then, Berger and Aibel have written some of the most successful family films of the past decade, and have positioned themselves as two of the most talented and respected comedy writers in the industry.  They pride themselves on scripting films that appeal to audiences of all ages, with a combination of character-based comedy, action, and emotion.

Their newest project is Dreamworks Animation’s animated musical TROLLS, which they wrote and co-produced.  They previously wrote and co-produced Dreamworks’ Oscar®-nominated KUNG FU PANDA and KUNG FU PANDA 2, and this year came back for thirds, writing and co-producing KUNG FU PANDA 3.  They also wrote the screenplay of Paramount’s latest hit THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE: SPONGE OUT OF WATER and are currently writing its sequel.  Other family film credits include ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: CHIPWRECKED and Dreamworks’ first 3D film, MONSTERS VS. ALIENS.

In addition to their work in film, Aibel and Berger were part of the original staff of the animated Fox hit KING OF THE HILL.  They remained at the show for six seasons, and rose to become executive producers, garnering four Emmy® nominations and one win.

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Generation Startup - Screening + Director Q&A
Oct
1
4:50 PM16:50

Generation Startup - Screening + Director Q&A

GENERATION STARTUP
( a documentary unofficially built by Brown's entrepreneurial community )

is a critically acclaimed documentary that takes us to the front lines of entrepreneurship in America, capturing the struggles and triumphs of six recent college graduates who put everything on the line to build startups in Detroit.

We'll be joined afterwards for a private Q&A and Reception with the Co-Director, Brown alumna award-winning filmmaker Cheryl Miller Houser '83, P'13, P'19.

The film celebrates risk-taking, urban revitalization, and diversity while delivering a vital call-to-action — with entrepreneurship outside of Silicon Valley at a record low, the country’s economic future is at stake.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/finally-honest-portrayal-entrepreneurship-andrew-yang

The film is the product of a veritable Brown Media Mafia. Additional Brown alumni involved with and featured in this production include Executive Producers Susan Margolin '85 and Lauren Zalaznick '84; Tim Dingman '12, one of the featured entrepreneurs; and Andrew Yang '96, founder of Venture for America.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Event Details

4:50pm - Screening

6:45pm - Private Q&A and Reception for Brown Alumni with Cheryl Miller Houser '83, P'13, P'19, Co-Director Generation Start Up, Founder of Creative Breed

Tickets:    Young Alumni (Last 5 Years):  $12    /   Alumni & Guests:  $20

Tickets include refreshments during the screening and at the private reception afterwards.

RSVP: https://alumni.brown.edu/Alumni/BRAVO/Events/Registration.aspx?Event=1789

 

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An afternoon with the Mother of Blues…
Sep
25
1:00 PM13:00

An afternoon with the Mother of Blues…

Please join the Brown Club of Los Angeles for Pulitzer Prize winning playwright August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at 1:00 at the Mark Taper Theater on Sunday, September 25th.   Ma Rainey was an early entrepreneur in the music and theater industry and performed with Louis Armstrong and Thomas Dorsey.  Her song, See See Rider Blues was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Wilson wrote the play as one of his ten Pittsburgh Cycle pieces and it is the only one of the series taking place in Chicago.  Please go to: https://alumni.brown.edu/Alumni/BRAVO/Events/Registration.aspx?Event=1776 to purchase tickets.  Call Peter Reinke at 510-502-9180 or email at maishacatreinke@gmail.com  with any questions.   Please note in your r.s.v.p. to Peter whether you would like more information about the prix fixe brunch option at 11:00 at the Pinot Grille. 

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Private screening for "Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War"
Sep
10
12:00 PM12:00

Private screening for "Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War"

Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War is an account of a daring rescue mission that occurred on the precipice of World War II. It tells the previously untold story of Waitstill and Martha Sharp '26, an American minister and his wife from Wellesley, Massachusetts, who left their children behind in the care of their parish and boldly committed to a life-threatening mission in Europe. Over two dangerous years they helped to save scores of imperiled Jews and refugees fleeing Nazi occupation across Europe.

Screening followed by Q&A with Erick Angra.

Erik Angra, Editor, is a filmmaker best known for his commercial & documentary work with AT&T, Coca Cola and PBS. His work has also appeared on NBC, Animal Planet & A&E. He grew up in the hills of New Hampshire, graduating from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, later interning in New York City production houses. He began his career touring alongside hardcore punk musicians across the US, releasing the footage in 2006, featuring rare performances from some of the last shows at the infamous CBGBs in New York. He has an affinity for cinéma vérité and is also known for his unconventional use of digital cameras, often times shooting with antique lenses.

Tickets:$5

Visit: https://alumni.brown.edu/Alumni/BRAVO/Events/Registration.aspx?Event=1774 

 

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Annual Send-Off Party in Los Angeles
Aug
14
4:00 PM16:00

Annual Send-Off Party in Los Angeles

  • 802 North Elm Drive Beverly Hills, CA, 90210 United States (map)
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The Brown Alumni Interviewing Program and the Brown Club of Los Angeles
invite you to
 
THE ANNUAL SEND-OFF PARTY
 
Please join first-year Brunonians from Southern California, current undergraduates, parents, and local alumni at this informal gathering to celebrate the beginning of the Class of 2020’s experience in Providence!
 

Light refreshments will be served and dress is casual.
 
Sunday, August 14, 2016
 
4:00-6:00 p.m.
 
At the home of Linda and Bob Gersh P’20
802 North Elm Drive, Beverly Hills
 
Parking available on street
 
Please RSVP by August 10 to Ed Hu ’87 at ehu@hw.com   or 424-260-3348

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Firebird's Stravinsky–Hollywood Bowl
Aug
4
6:00 PM18:00

Firebird's Stravinsky–Hollywood Bowl

The Brown Club of LA is pleased to present an opportunity to view Stravinsky’s Firebird at the Hollywood Bowl.  Larger-than-life puppets will take over the stage of the Hollywood Bowl with choreography created by Janni Younge of Handspring Puppet Company, the craftsmen and engineers behind Broadway sensation War Horse.

6pm – Wine and Cheese Picnic

8pm –Performance

Tickets: $45

RSVP Here

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Robert Mapplethorpe Exhibit Private Tour – LACMA
Jul
24
9:00 AM09:00

Robert Mapplethorpe Exhibit Private Tour – LACMA

The Brown Club of LA along with Brown TBGALA and Ivy Pride is hosting a very special presentation of LACMA’s critically acclaimed Robert Mapplethorpe exhibit at LACMA. This private group tour will begin at 9:00 am, before the museum opens, with an optional brunch to follow at the stylish Ray’s & Stark Bar.  Tickets to the event includes admission to museum, admission to the two specially ticketed exhibitions (Robert Mapplethorpe and Reigning Men) and private docent tour of Robert Mapplethorpe.

9am – Private Tour

10:15 am – Brunch (optional)

Tickets:  $20 LACMA Member / $45 Non - LACMA Members

RSVP Here

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Inter-IVY Summer Mixer
Jul
12
6:00 PM18:00

Inter-IVY Summer Mixer

Join us for an unforgettable evening with fellow alums, as we join with other IVY Universities.  Meet fellow Angelenos in your neighborhood and get ready for an incredible Summer 2016!  (Price includes first drink ticket.)  We look forward to seeing you there!! 

$12 Members (all Ivy and Ivy plus schools)
$15 Non-Members and Price at the Door

Tickets: http://socal.alumni.columbia.edu/071216

 

 

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BCLA “Disgraced” Event
Jul
10
1:00 PM13:00

BCLA “Disgraced” Event

Pulitzer Prize Winning author and acclaimed playwright and screenwriter, Brown Alumni Ayad Akhtar has woven together a brilliant story that touches on many of the most culturally and societally pertinent and sensitive topics of the present time such as cultural assimilation, terrorism, religion, prejudice, and cultural identity, and does so in a smart, humorous, and entertaining manner.

 11am - Brunch at Pinot Grille (optional, not included in ticket price)

1pm – Matinee Performance

“Talk Backs” Directly after the play around 2:30pm

Tickets: $50.00 per ticket

RSVP: Online Here

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BCLA Website Launch Party
Jun
29
7:00 PM19:00

BCLA Website Launch Party

Join us for the Brown Club of LA’s website launch and logo unveiling! It is with great anticipation and excitement that we invite our fellow Brown Alumni to a summer happy hour to celebrate the launch of our new BCLA website, built entirely by BCLA members.

We received dozens of submissions and hundreds of votes for our BCLA logo, so please join us as we officially unveil the winner. Attendees will be able to meet the designer of the winning logo and explore our brand new website. We look forward to seeing you there.

Where: Mandrake – 2692 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90034 (the entrance is somewhat hidden, look for the fluorescent martini glass outside!)

Cost: $5 per person

RSVP: Online Here

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