Museum Closings This Week: The Economics of Masculinity & More

See them before they're gone! Here's a list of what museum exhibitions are closing this weekend.

LEONORA CARRINGTON (England/Mexico, b. 1917 - d. 2011) Bird Bath / Baño de pájaros, 1974 Color serigraph, ed. 13/50, Robert Gumbiner Foundation Collection, F.98.42 | image via MOLAA website
Museum of Latin American Art
Does a bad economy make you less of a man? Colombian artist Johanna Calle's Submergentes: a Drawing Approach to Masculinities, explores the intersection of economics and manhood, and how it affects family life in Colombia.
Ends January 3, 2012

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It's your last chance to decide if it's good, bad or ugly. The diverse exhibit The Good, the Bad, the Ugly?: Selections from MOLAA's Permanent Collection, which asks viewers to make connections between seemingly random pieces of Latin American art and formulate their own opinions.
Ends January 3, 2012

California Science Center
NOT closing this week: 1001 Inventions. Continue to discover the scientific contributions made by men and women during the Golden Age of Muslim Civilization, now extended through March 11, 2012

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