In partnership with Pacific Standard Time, an arts initiative piloted by the Getty that zeroes in on the history of art in Southern California between 1945 - 1980, at least 25 major museums in the region will be offering free admission to the public on October 2. Pacific Standard Time is likely to be one of the largest efforts to share art with the entire West Coast community as it involves more than 60 of local cultural groups in Los Angeles, Orange County, the Inland Empire, San Diego, and elsewhere in the area. This special collaborative exhibition at multiple venues is already underway with events planned through the 2012. This is definitely a great opportunity for families, moms, dads, and children to enjoy all the art and other exhibits there are to see.
Chevy 1947 Photo in Pacific Standard Time special exhibit at UCLA Fowler Museum
Image Courtesy of Chicano Studies/Research Center UCLA
Among the many museums offering free October 2 admission are
- The Getty Center
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art LACMA
- Natural History Museum of L.A. County
- Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
- Santa Barbara Museum of Art
- Plus many others
For a full list of participating exhibitions and more information see the Pacific Standard Time site.
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