Museum Closings This Week: Tim Burton and the Samurai Rabbit

Untitled (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories) by Tim Burton | Photo from LACMA © 2011 Tim Burton

A weekly guide showing you what museum exhibitions are closing this week around Southern California. To see what's opening this week, click here.

Japanese American National Museum
Say goodbye to Usagi Yojimbo, the samurai rabbit from 17th century feudal Japan, imagined in comic book form by Stan Sakai. To close out Year of the Rabbit exhibit, Sakai will be signing his books from 12 PM-1:30 PM.
Ends October 30, 2011

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Celebrate Halloween with Tim Burton-style horror. Get into the mind of the master who created Edward Scissor Hands, Beetlejuice, The Corpse Bride, and Batman Returns in this retrospective of the artist...before it's too late. "On Sunday, October 30th, the exhibition will remain open all night, and on Monday, October 31st, it will be open until midnight. Tickets will be half-price from 12 am to 9 am on Monday morning."
Ends October 31, 2011

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