A highlight of the ambitious Pacific Standard Time programming at Pomona College Museum of Art, Judy Chicago: A Conversation With Her Younger Self is part lecture, part performance, part study in self-reflective art history. Chicago will revisit a piece first enacted in 1970 at the college, during a time in her career when individualizing identity through unflinching personal, political and historical analysis was a job for words, images and deeds. She'll also be available for book-signing and conversation following the event — perfect Pacific Standard Time fare. "It Happened at Pomona: Art at the Edge of Los Angeles 1969-1973" is so thorough and important, there are three exhibitions devoted to it, stretching into mid-2012. The first, focusing on the salient influence of Light & Space–loving curator Hal Glicksman, is already on view, so think about going early to catch the exhibition — although it's open 24/7 through Nov. 6, in honor of the hotness of the old-time scene.