"It's definitely art. I would say... I think." -- Joel McHale
No, it's not a museum of hammers. That's in Alaska.
What UCLA's Hammer Museum does have is an exhibit called “Stories of Almost Everyone” that is "about the willingness to believe the stories that are conveyed by works of contemporary art."
Will Ferrell and Joel McHale try to unravel the art's meaning in a private tour with its curator, Aram Moshayedi.
The exhibit is open until May 6, 2018.
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Celebrate the life and works of James Joyce, at the Hammer Museum, tonight at 7:30pm. Admission is free!
“The stirring live readings from the book—presented by a cavalcade of dramatic actors in the museum’s Billy Wilder Theater—is most certainly gratis, and most certainly glorious.” —Alysia Gray Painter, NBC LA The Hammer’s eighth annual Bloomsday celebration features a staged reading of James Joyce’s only play, The Exiles, drawn from his short story “The Dead.” Followed by live music by Rattle the Knee, Guinness on tap, and Irish snacks available in the courtyard.
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