Today, join us for another Target Free Holiday Monday at LACMA. Stop by from 11 am–5 pm for free general admission (note that paid admission is required for Stanley Kubrick and Caravaggio and His Legacy), family art-making activities, gallery tours, live music, and more.
On the plaza at 12:30 and 2:45 pm, renowned jazz musician Ernie Andrews will pay tribute to the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Throughout the day, docents will lead bilingual tours throughout permanent collection galleries and the special exhibition Lost Line: Contemporary Art from the Collection.
Chris Burden’s Metropolis II will be running for special hours just for this Target Free Holiday Monday. The piece will be on view throughout the day and running from 11:30am–12:30 pm; 1:30–2:30 pm; and 3:30–4:30 pm.
After enjoying the galleries, visitors can pick up drawing materials on the plaza and sketch outdoors from 12:30 to 3:30 pm. The Boone Children’s Gallery will also be open throughout the day for families to take part in a brush painting activity. Make sure to get your timed tickets to the gallery on site when you arrive. Families can also venture to our Korean art galleries at 2 pm for a special interactive story time.
Today is also the last day to see the exhibition Ed Ruscha: Standard. Filled with more than 300 examples of the renowned artist’s graphic and philosophical depictions of everyday objects, the show is perfect for kids and adults alike.
Make a day of it by eating lunch or dinner at Ray’s, grabbing a specialty coffee at C+M, or bringing a picnic to enjoy in the park.