For museums located in Hollywood, refer to PLACES OF INTEREST and VISUAL ARTS.
Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars, L.A. (213) 403‐3000. Free. Exhibits digital and traditional photographic prints. Thurs Night Lecture Series, reservation required. Wed‐Sun 11am‐6pm. www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org
California African American Art Museum
600 State Dr., (213)744-7432.
Legacy of Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company: More Than a Business
thru July 31
A Memoir in Movement: Carmen de Lavallade & Geoffrey Holder
thru July 6;
The March on Washington: A Tribute 50 Years Later
thru Aug 24. Free. Hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm.
California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Dr., (213) 744‐2019. The West Coast's largest hands‐on science center. See the amazing Endeavor; Pompeii : The Exhibition thru Jan 4. Hours 10am‐5pm
425 N. Los Angeles St. (in El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, across from Union Station), (213) 485‐8567. LA Heat: Taste Changing Condiments thru July 8. A Moment in Your Family History, Sun Wing Wo General Store and Herb Shop, Journeys, and Origins ongoing. Tues‐Sun 10am‐3pm.
Craft and Folk Art Museum
5814 Wilshire Blvd., (323) 937‐4230. Exhibitions challenge ideas about craft, design and folk art. A Sense of Balance: The Sculpture of Stoney Lamar and
Empire of Love Shack thru Aug 24.
Clare Graham: The Answer is Yes and
New Directions: A Juried Exhibition of the Textile Society of America Sept 13-Jan 4. Hours: Tues‐Fri 11am‐5pm, Sat & Sun 12‐6pm.
Forest Lawn Museum
1712 South Glendale Ave., Glendale. Recently named onof the top free museums in the Country. Vroom: The Art of the Motorcycle thru Jan 4. Free admission and parking (323) 340-4792. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm.
The Getty Center
1200 Getty Center Dr., (310) 440‐7300. Features art, film, lectures, performances, and family events. Free admission; parking $15. Hours: Tue‐Sun 10am‐5:30pm, except Sat 10am‐9pm. www.getty.edu
The Getty Villa
17985 Pacific Coast Hwy., (310) 440‐7300. Visit the ancient world of Greece and Rome.Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections thru Aug 25. Admission free; tickets must be reserved; parking $15. Open every day except Tues and major holidays. Hours: 10am‐5pm.
The GRAMMY Museum
800 W. Olympic Blvd., (213) 765‐6800. Celebrates music, the art and technology of the recording process aBlue Note Records: The Finest in Jazz thru Oct;
Dreamin': The Sounds of Laurel Canyon, 1965 - 1977 thru Nov;
Pepe Aguilar...La Leyenda Continúa thru Feb 1, 2015.. nd the history of the GRAMMY® Awards.
Barry White: Unlimited Love thru May 2014. Hours: Mon‐Fri 11:30am‐7:30pm and Sat‐Sun 10am‐7:30pm.
of Art & Culture
10899 Wilshire Blvd., (310) 443‐7000. Hammer Projects: N. Dash and
Mario Garcia Torres opens Sept 13.
Free. Tue-Fri 11am-8pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm. www.hammer.ucla.edu
Japanese American Nat'l Museum
369 East First St., (213) 625‐0414. Chronicles over 130 years of Japanese American history. Colors of Confinement: Photos of Japanese American Incarceration in World War II thru Aug 31.
Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game and
Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World thru Sept 14;
Common Ground: The Heart of Community ongoing. Hours: Tues, Wed & Fri, Sat & Sun 11am‐5pm, Thurs 12‐8pm.
of Art (LACMA)
5905 Wilshire Blvd., (323) 857‐6000 ; John Divola: As Far as I Could Get and
Chinese Paintings from Japanese Collections thru July 6;
Fútbol: The Beautiful Game thru July 20;
Visions of the South thru July 13;
Calder and Abstractions: From Avant Garde to Iconic thru July 27;
Sam Doyle: The Mind's Eye thru Aug 17;
Night in Day thru Aug 24;
Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky thru Sept 14;
Miracle Mile thru Sept 7;
Princely Traditions and Colonial Pursuits in India thru Oct 12
; The Painted City: Art from Teotihuacan thru Dec 7. Free 2nd Tues of month. Free to L.A. residents after 5pm on Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri.
www.lacma.org for complete schedule.
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
100 S. The Grove Dr., (323) 651‐3704. The first Holocaust museum in the U.S. Free admission. Hours: Sat‐Thurs 10am‐5pm, Fri 10am‐2pm. www.lamoth.org
250 S. Grand Ave., (213) 626‐6222. Extensive collection of Art from 1940 to present. Cinema Vezzoli thru Aug11;
Fernandez Sept 21-Feb 2. Hours: Mon and Fri 11am‐5pm, Thurs 11am‐8pm, Sat & Sun 11am‐6pm.
National Museum of Animals & Society
4302 Melrose Ave., (323) 928-2652. Explore the human-animal bond. Elephant: Forget Me Not thru Nov 30. Thu-Sun 11am-6pm.
History Museum of L.A. County
900 Exposition Blvd., (213) 763‐DINO. Declared a National Landmark in 1975. One of the world's most extensive collections of natural and cultural history.Hours: 9:30am‐5pm daily.
46 North Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, (626) 449‐2742. One of four U.S. institutions dedicated to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands. The Other Side: Chinese and Mexican Immigration to America thru Jul 20.
I Am Writing You Tomorrow thru Aug 24.
A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century thru Apr 2015.
Museum at La Brea Tar Pits
5801 Wilshire Blvd., (323) 934‐PAGE. Only active paleontological excavation site in the U.S., features Ice Age fossils. Hours: 9:30am‐5pm daily. www.tarpits.org
The Paley Center for Media
465 N. Beverly Dr., (310) 786‐1000. Over 100,000 radio and TV programs to hear and see. Open Wed‐Sun 12‐5pm. Free. www.paleycenter.org
Museum of California Art
490 East Union St., Pasadena, (626) 568‐3665 Museum dedicated to the exhibition of California art from 1850 to the present. First Fri of every month Free. Hours: Wed‐Sun 12pm‐5pm.
Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Blvd., (323) 930‐2277. Classic and modern automobiles, motorcycles, and transportation history. Closing Oct 20th for extensive remodeling. Hours: Tues‐Sun 10am‐6pm; www.petersen.org
411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, (626) 449‐6840. Extensive European and Asian Art collections. Sculpture gardens. Mon- Thu: 12-5pm; Fri-Sat 11am-8pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Closed Tue. First Fri of every month Free from 5-8pm. www.nortonsimon.org
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., (310) 440‐4500. Explores connections between 4,000 years of Jewish heritage and American ideals. Fallen Fruit of the Skirball thru Oct 12
; Light & Noir: Exiles and Émigrés in Hollywood, 1933-1950 October 23-Mar 1;
The Noir Effect Oct 23-Mar 1. Hours: Tues‐Fri 12‐5pm, Sat‐Sun 10am‐5pm. Closed Dec 25.
of the American Indian
234 Museum Dr., Arroyo Campus (323) 221‐2164. Historic museum now under the auspices of The Autry National Center. Sat 10am‐4pm. Free. www.theautry.org
Wiesenthal Center and Museum of Tolerance
9786 W. Pico Blvd., (310) 553‐8403. Exhibitions on racism and prejudice. Free parking.
Sun-Fri 10am‐5pm. www.museumoftolerance.com