Lucy Raven, Curtains (detail), 2014, courtesy of the artist, © Lucy Raven

This Weekend at LACMA

March 29, 2019
Victor Guzman, Marketing Coordinator

Step into a whole new dimension this Weekend at LACMA! Come visit 3D: Double Vision, the first American exhibition to survey a full range of artworks, dating from 1838 to the present, that produce the illusion of three dimensions. The exhibition closes on Monday, April 1.

Also, don't miss the exhibition Merce Cunningham, Clouds and Screens, on view through Sunday, March 31. This exhibition presents immersive installations by Charles Atlas and Andy Warhol, along with two video projections of early dances by Cunningham: Changeling and Night Wandering, with principal dancer Carolyn Brown.

On Friday, March 29 at 2 pm bring the little ones in your life to Story Time in the Galleries, where they can let their imaginations run wild as they listen to stories inside LACMA's Korean Art galleries. Then on Saturday, March 30, from 10 am to 5 pm, attend a one-day symposium on The Jeweled Isle: Art from Sri Lanka. The presentation will explore topics such as early Buddhist art of the Anuradhapura period, monumental sculpture, relic worship, Polonnaruwa Hindu sculpture, Kandy period architecture, and the role of museum exhibitions in reflecting Sri Lankan history.

If you reside in the West Adams neighborhood or know of someone who does, tell them all about West Adams Weekend @ LACMA, a special promotion from Saturday, March 30 through Monday, April 1. LACMA is welcoming our neighbors from the West Adams neighborhood to take advantage of discount offers and a special gift, just purchase your tickets at a LACMA Ticket Office with proof of address or a West Adams Weekend postcard. Advance purchase of tickets is not required. 

On Sunday, March 31, participate in Andell Family Sundays—Flowers and Footprints: Art of Sri Lanka from 12:30 to 3:30 pm for artist-led workshops and friendly gallery tours and activities inspired by the exhibition The Jeweled Isle: Art from Sri Lanka. Then at 6 pm, don't miss the moving sounds of the USC Honors Christine Marie Ofiesh Honors Quartet at Sundays Live.