The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced Thursday that it has been promised at least 47 paintings valued at $500 million. The gift marked the largest donation of art in the museum’s history.
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors Wednesday approved $125 million toward the project. It’s part of a major push to revitalize what Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky calls the “living room of Los Angeles.”
Latino artists from across the nation are heading to Los Angeles to show their talents and skills in a national theater festival as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
A number of local friends were given keys and a set of coordinates to take part in a one-of-a-kind desert adventure to find a pool installed somewhere in the middle of the Mojave desert.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has begun a new program to encourage young patients to explore their inner Picasso and Kahlo.
Westchester is home to LA’s first independent professional school of art.
There’s nothing better than starting your week with a national holiday; two awesome music festivals bookend this week giving you plenty of motivation to make it through another workday.
Emigdio Vasquez, whose bold use of color, exacting brush skills and uncanny ability to capture everyday people in dramatic moments made him one of the most influential pioneers of the Chicano art movement, has died in Newport Beach. He was 75.
Brea is a community dedicated to art, especially the outdoor variety.
A Beverly Hills auction house will soon sell works from famed graffiti artist Banksy.
A federal appeals court has revived a New York woman’s lawsuit against a Pasadena museum to return two 500-year-old paintings seized by Nazis during World War II.
A performance of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was interrupted when someone in the audience shouted a gay slur, prompting one of the actors to jump off the stage and confront the heckler.
These Orange County art museums offer a variety of artistic and cultural exploration for adults and children alike.
“Unedited! The LAPD Photo Archives” showcases more than 80 forensic images taken from the 1920s to 1960s.
Prosecutors say Jason White stalked, harassed and attempted to extort as much as $300,000 from art world professionals.