The Skirball features an extraordinary museum, changing exhibitions, engaging music, theater, comedy, film, family, and literary programs, Zeidler's Café, and Audrey's Museum store, and an interactive family destination inspired by the Noah's Ark story—all in a stunning architectural setting designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie.
Los Angeles is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world, with culturally rich neighborhoods and attractions throughout the city. East L.A.’s Boyle Heights is a must for great Mexican food and the famed Mariachi Plaza. The Los Angeles Plaza Historic District in Downtown L.A. features the Olvera Street Mexican marketplace and the Avila Adobe, the oldest surviving residence in Los Angeles. Chinatown is home to a thriving art gallery scene as well as restaurants and shops. Nearby Little Tokyo is home to the Japanese American National Museum and the site of the annual Nisei Week festival. Leimert Park is considered the center of L.A.’s African-American arts scene. Koreatown has the highest concentration of nightclubs and restaurants in the country. The Persian Square community near Westwood is home to the largest number of Persian-Americans outside of Iran.
Established in 1971, the museum is one of the few U.S. institutions dedicated to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands, serving the Greater Southern California region. The museum’s mission is to further encourage intercultural understanding through the arts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. ...
The only museum in the United States to exclusively feature modern and contemporary Latin American art. In addition to a growing permanent collection of over 1,000 works, the Museum also hosts important traveling exhibitions. Educational programs and events provide a context for the art.
Chaque premier mardi du mois, de midi à 22h, les amateurs d’art se regroupent pour retrouvent aux Art Walk à Downtown L.A..
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