Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA – Saturday October 28, 2017 – FREE ACCESS DAY
Celebrate West LA & The Valley
Free admission this Saturday at 12 exhibitions and a matinee double feature! Visit the West LA and San Fernando Valley Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA partners to experience the ancient Americas, Cuba today, murals of Los Angeles, the coast of Brazil, and more. Shop at select museum stores with a special Saturday discount. Click here for more information.
LINKS TO ALL PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS
Each participating partner has their own PST: LA/LA story to tell. Start exploring the upcoming exhibitions beloic Standard Time
Downtown & East LA
California African American MuseumCalifornia Historical SocietyChinese American MuseumICA LA (Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles)Japanese American National MuseumLA PhilLA Plaza de Cultura y ArtesLos Angeles Central LibraryMOCA (The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles)REDCAT (Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater)Self Help Graphics & ArtThe BroadThe Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los AngelesThe Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A.The Mistake RoomThe Music CenterUSC Annenberg School for Communication and JournalismUSC Fisher Museum of ArtVincent Price Art Museum
Hollywood & West Hollywood
Autry Museum of the American WestLACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division)LAXARTLos Angeles FilmforumLos Angeles Municipal Art GalleryMAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler HouseMOCA Pacific Design CenterONE Gallery, West Hollywood
American Museum of Ceramic ArtsdA Center for the ArtsMillard Sheets Art CenterPalm Springs Art MuseumPitzer College Art GalleriesPomona College Museum of ArtRiverside Art MuseumScripps College, Ruth Chandler Williamson GallerySunnylands Center & GardensUCR ARTSblock
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesCraft & Folk Art MuseumCraft in AmericaLACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)Marciano Art Foundation
Chapman UniversityLaguna Art MuseumMuzeo Museum and Cultural CenterUniversity Art Galleries, UC Irvine
Pasadena & San Marino
Armory Center for the ArtsPasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA)The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical GardensUSC Pacific Asia Museum
Mingei International MuseumMuseum of Contemporary Art San DiegoMuseum of Photographic ArtsOceanside Museum of ArtSan Diego Museum of ArtUniversity Galleries, University of San Diego
Santa Barbara & Ventura
Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UCSBCommunity Arts WorkshopCSU Channel Islands, Broome Library and Napa Hall GalleryMuseum of Contemporary Art Santa BarbaraSanta Barbara Historical MuseumSanta Barbara Museum of ArtWestmont Ridley – Tree Museum of Art
South Bay & Long Beach
Angels Gate Cultural CenterESMoAMuseum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)Otis College of Art and Design, Ben Maltz GalleryTorrance Art MuseumUniversity Art Museum, CSU Long Beach
West LA & Valley
Showing all exhibitions that match certain keywords:
ART & ACTIVISM
Artists in these exhibitions put social engagement at the center of their work to raise provocative questions and create political change.
BORDERS, DIASPORA & DISPLACEMENT
Artists in these exhibitions—Mexican-American, Afro-Brazilian, Chinese-Caribbean, and others—explore the political and personal effects of exile, migration, immigration, and borders.
CRITIQUING GLOBALISM AND MODERNISM
These exhibitions highlight artists who create new visions, forms, and languages to challenge political and artistic norms, sometimes moving beyond the walls of the museum or gallery.
DEFINITIONS OF IDENTITY
These exhibitions investigate the complex subject of identity, including issues of ethnicity, nationality, sexuality, gender, and more.
DESIGN / ARCHITECTURE
These exhibitions highlight the work of Latin American and Latino designers, craftspeople, and architects, and explore how artists continue to draw inspiration from their legacy.
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA goes beyond the visual arts to include programs of film, theater, music, dance, and performance art.
FROM ABSTRACT TO CONCEPTUAL ART
Moving beyond traditional ways of representing the world, artists in these exhibitions use novel approaches such as abstraction, performance, and manipulation of the senses.
PRE-HISPANIC TO COLONIAL
These exhibitions offer fresh takes on ancient Latin American cultures, from the Olmec and Maya to the Aztec and Incan empires, and stretch to the early 1800s.