this week's event picks (apr 6-12 2016):

 Pop-Up Magazine
The third installment of California Sunday Magazine's live editorial experience featured a dazzling array of short talks, performances, and presentations.

@ Ace Hotel. Historic Core. Thursday Apr 7 8pm.

Local radio platform KCHUNG presents this performance-based celebration of the witch as a medium for resistance, magick, rebellion, and healing.

@ Human Resources. Chinatown. Thursday Apr 7 9pm.

 The Dig
A one-woman show by Stacie Chaiken that weaves a modern fable with ancient roots, portraying an American archaeologist summoned to work on a monumental excavation in Jaffa.

@ Los Angeles Theater Center. Historic Core. Opening night Saturday Apr 9 8pm. Showtimes Th, F, Sa 8pm. Su 3pm.

 Catherine Fairbanks and Scott Anderson
Two nearby galleries in the southern portion of the Arts District celebrate adjacent openings. First, Catherine Fairbanks's show Two Chimneys opens at Wilding Cran on Santa Fe St. Two blocks northwest, Scott Anderson's works of dystopian abstraction are exhibited at CES Gallery on Mateo St.
@ Wilding Cran & CES Gallery. Arts District. Opens Saturday Apr 2.  Wilding Cran 6-9pm, CES Gallery 7-10pm.

 Chung King Rd Openings
Another stacked night of openings is happening along Chinatown's esteemed gallery row. See Deveron Richard at Good Luck Gallery, Abel Alejandre at Coagula Curatorial, and Moira Hahn at Gregorio Escalante Gallery. Plus the closing of an aptly-timed solo show by Guy Richards Smit at Charlie James Gallery.
@ Chung King Rd. Chinatown. Saturday Apr 9 7-11pm.

Pssst... that's not all that's going on! Find more local events and sort them by neighborhood at calendar.getdowntown.la.
Pop-Up Magazine will grace the stage at Ace Hotel for its third time on Thursday 4/7.
(image via Sam Wolson, LA Weekly)