Celebrate the last weekend of spring at LACMA with live music, gallery tours, and exhibition catalogues!
Wolfgang Schalk takes the stage at Friday night with his hard swinging and emotive compositions. Hailed as “one of the best jazz guitarists” in the U.S. and Europe, Schalk’s musicianship is illuminated on the guitar and is sure to liven up any space.
Continue your music experience at the museum Saturday and Sunday night with Latin jazz and classical music. Salsa band Opa Opa plays at Hancock Park on Saturday, and pianist Daniel Schlosberg plays in the Bing Theater on Sunday.
Don’t miss your chance to see Moholy-Nagy: Future Present before it closes on Sunday. Explore the work of a utopian artist who believed that art could work hand-in-hand with technology for the betterment of humanity. Famously known for his involvement with the Bauhaus school, Moholy-Nagy worked in a number of mediums including painting, sculpture, graphic design, photography, and film.
Becoming a LACMA member comes with many perks like invitations to exhibition openings, discounts at the LACMA Store and Art Catalogues, and a number of member-only events. This June, join LACMA at a Dual-, Friend-, Supporter-, or Partner-level when you’re on-site and receive a free catalogue! Pick from titles such as Guillermo del Toro, Art of Armor, Tim Burton, and more. Visit an Information Table to learn more.
Don’t forget to check out our Kickstarter campaign and support this egg-sellent project! With your help, we can bring an egg-shaped museum from Guatemala all the way to LACMA. Your support will bring world-class art, exciting programs, and countless opportunities for creative dialogue in conjunction with the “micro-museum.” Read more about it on Unframed.