LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Convention Center is celebrating the big 5-0 with an art show, its first big event since the pandemic lockdown.
And because a 50th birthday is a milestone for any person or venue, the Los Angeles Convention Center also unveiled its Hall of Fame with inductees Anime Expo, the Los Angeles Auto Show, and Ski Dazzle.READ MORE: Dodgers Broadcaster Joe Davis Tests Positive For COVID-19
“This convention center and I both celebrated 50th birthdays this year, 1971,” Mayor Eric Garcetti said. “When I think about how this city has changed since I was born here, we have seen a city that was a global city, and then a great global city, become one of the handful of those indispensable global cities in the world.”READ MORE: Brush Fire Blackens Nine Acres In Chatsworth
This weekend, the LA Art Show is kicking off the Los Angeles Convention Center’s reopening. Artists from all over the world will be featured this weekend, along with an exhibit featuring non-fungible tokens, or NFTs.MORE NEWS: FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots For Seniors And Others At High Risk
The LA Art show opens Friday at noon and runs through Sunday.