This Weekend at LACMA: Dozens of Exhibitions and Installations on View, Docent-Led Tours, Free General Admission on Presidents’ Day, and More!

Enjoy Presidents’ Day weekend at LACMA with free tours, free public programs, and free general admission on Monday, February 17, as part of Target Free Holiday Mondays. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to come out for a day full of free art-making activities, live music, and fun. Performing at 12:30 and 2:45 pm, the band Quattro will put on a show that blends Latin pop and contemporary jazz unlike you’ve heard before. Plan ahead, as we expect a crowd!

Free general admission on Monday, February 17

Visit LACMA on Monday, February 17, for free general admission as part of Target Free Holiday Mondays

Visit over the weekend, and you’ll encounter over two dozen exhibitions and installations on view, including Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic, Fútbol: The Beautiful Game, and David Hockney: The Jugglers. Add in the countless galleries centered around the collection, and you’ll have plenty to discover. With so much on view, free docent-led tours of temporary exhibitions and the permanent collection are the best way to digest everything we have to offer. This weekend check out 50-minutes tours of See the Light—Photography, Perception: Cognition: The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection on Saturday at noon, the galleries of American Art on Sunday at 2 pm, and the Modern Art galleries on Monday at 3 pm. For a full listing of tours view the online calendar.

Josef Sudek, Scaffolding in Grand Apse of St. Guy, 1928, The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, gift of the Annenberg Foundation, acquired from Carol Vernon and Robert Turbin

Josef Sudek, Scaffolding in Grand Apse of St. Guy, 1928, The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, gift of the Annenberg Foundation, acquired from Carol Vernon and Robert Turbin

Great for a special occasion The Art of Wine: The Best of Bordeaux art and wine tour takes place on Saturday at 6 pm. Make reservations online or by phone. Lastly, guests on Sunday will be treated to a free art workshops at the weekly edition of Andell Family Sundays beginning at 12:30 pm and a free classical music concert in the Bing Theater featuring the 70-member Colburn Youth Orchestra with Maxim Eshkenazy conducting at Sundays Live at 6 pm.

Roberto Ayala

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