Getty Villa courtyard

Los Angeles Event Spotlight: April 2016

04/18/2016

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There's no shortage of things to do in the City of Angels this April. From sporting events to cultural festivals and much more, discover these fun events happening around L.A.

Photo of Hank Greenberg hitting a home run, from "Chasing Dreams" at Skirball Cultural Center

"Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American" at Skirball Cultural Center

04/07/2016

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From Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax to Joe DiMaggio, Jackie Robinson, Roberto Clemente, Fernando Valenzuela and Ichiro Suzuki, these players didn’t just play the game - they changed it. For generations of American Jews and other minorities, they served as athletic, cultural and ethical role models. Through more than 130 original objects - including game-worn uniforms, films and historic footage, awards, baseball cards, and signed memorabilia - the exhibition pays tribute to these major league game changers and, just as importantly, the community of fans they inspired.

“The Holy Family with Two Angels” from "Vatican Splendors" at the Reagan Library

"Vatican Splendors" at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum

04/04/2016

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The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is the exclusive West Coast destination for Vatican Splendors: A Journey Through Faith and Art. Now on view through August 28, 2016, this 10,000 square-foot exhibition comprises one of the largest Vatican collections ever to tour the United States.

"Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner's Mexico" at Skirball Cultural Center

The Best of Los Angeles in 2017: Museums

12/26/2015

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From Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA to Infinity Rooms, contemporary artists and 18th century masters, here’s a look at the year ahead for L.A.’s world-class collection of museums.

PACIFIC STANDARD TIME: LA/LA (Sept. 15, 2017 - January 2018)
One of the year's most anticipated cultural events, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA will begin on Sept. 15 at more than 70 cultural institutions across Southern California. This extraordinary collaboration will offer the public hundreds of concurrent exhibitions, programs and events on the subject of Latin American and Latino art, presented for four months at institutions ranging from community-based cultural organizations and university art galleries to the region’s biggest museums. 

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