From grand collections of the ancient world’s splendor to surreal kitsch found in workshop studios, Los Angeles is a swirling palette of bold visions. Here’s a quick list of some of the art lover’s favorites.
This is the time of the year when money starts rushing out of your pocket, and there is no relief for at least another month. That does not mean, however, that your soul must starve for art and the pretty things that soothe your soul. Following is a list of five places in Los Angeles where you can enjoy art, film, music and dance in the upcoming days at no cost to you.
In Los Angeles, and its environs, we have the greatest of opportunities to grasp what art means.
This is a museum-heavy list that you can show to people who say LA is all flash and no culture. Free cultural exposure for the people!
Spring has nearly sprung, and there are a myriad of events happening in March to get you outside the house.
These five best museum exhibits bring in the spring with new insights and knowledge. Whether you’re looking for deep meaning or sublime sensibility, these choices offer starting points at any level one wishes.
Halloween week is finally here and L.A. is ready for it’s share of monsters, zombies, and vampires.
For a museum that focuses on the artist rather than simply the art, visit the Hammer Museum at UCLA.
As nature renews itself, urbanites can do the same through art, creativity and just plain fun.
Even with the chill Los Angeles is feeling this week, there is plenty of activities to not only keep you from getting the winter blues, but also full of fun for the whole family. January […]
Become immersed in the art exhibits Los Angeles has to offer this fall.
With summer quickly approaching events around town are featuring outdoor fun for the kids, ice cream and, of course, bicycles.
In LA, there are several opportunities to appreciate Impressionist art. Consider the following places when you want to enjoy bright paintings in light colors, delivered with quick and short strokes by the artist.
There are a whole slew of other fun things to do during the week that don’t involve the word “turkey,” which are listed here for your convenience.