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Give the Gift of Art

Thank you for being a part of the LACMA community. This week, we're highlighting the LACMA Fund, which supports the important work LACMA does to bring art and people together, whether in person or online. 

Below you’ll find examples of just a few programs made possible by LACMA Fund. Thanks to your generosity, LACMA will be able to thrive as a source of inspiration and comfort for everyone.

Watch: Make Art at Home 

Color, cut, crinkle and create! Explore over 30 videos made for you by LACMA’s amazing educators. From painting to collage, we have lots of hands-on activities and educational resources for people of all ages to access online. No special skills or supplies required!

This program is made possible by LACMA Fund. Give today.

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Learn: Virtual Evenings for Educators

LACMA provides K–12 teachers with professional development opportunities and curricular resources that foster creativity, inspire personal growth, and enhance classroom learning—now entirely online! Teacher programs and resources are aligned with the California State Content Standards and explore best practices in visual arts education and arts integration.

Upcoming programs: 

Objects in Harmony | Tue Dec 8 | 4 pm
Strength Self-Portrait | Thu Dec 10 | 4 pm

This program is made possible by LACMA Fund. Give today.
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Learn: Free Virtual School Programs

During the fall of 2020, LACMA is offering numerous virtual opportunities for schools. Online courses are available free of charge on Teachable for any teacher, homeschooling parent or guardian, or child-care facility.

This program is made possible by LACMA Fund.
Give today.

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Watch: Film Screening—The New Bauhaus, and a Post-Screening Conversation with Alysa Nahmias


The New Bauhaus is a film about art, vision, and perseverance in a tumultuous time, weaving original interviews with archival footage, voiceover, and stylized filming of documents and artwork. Screening on Friday, December 4, from 10 am to 10 pm on Vimeo.

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Shop: Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe Tote


Marilyn Monroe Tote Bag features Warhol's iconic illustration of the famous actress on one side and Warhol's quote, "In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes" on the other.

While the museum’s indoor galleries remain temporarily closed, the LACMA Store is open outdoors on the plaza and in the Resnick Pavilion. Have your purchases wrapped and ready for pickup at the Resnick Store by selecting the delivery method "Pick up" at checkout.  
LACMA members save 10% off at the LACMA Store online!
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Support LACMA

Please consider making a gift to LACMA Fund today or support the museum by becoming a LACMA member. Every gift makes a difference.

From Our Friends: Place Your Bid on LACMA's Entry in the Pavilion of Holiday Trees

The Pavilion of Holiday Trees at South Coast Plaza—on view November 14 through December 4—features more than 35 decorated trees available for purchase. The LACMA tree celebrates the joys of belonging and includes a Dual Membership to the museum.
Place your bid

Thank you to our supporters

Creative Classrooms are made possible through the Anna H. Bing Children’s Art Endowment Fund. Additional support is provided by The Lucille Ellis Simon Foundation, the Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, the Living Legacy Foundation, the Edward A. and Ai O. Shay Family Foundation, Southern California Edison, the Goodwin Family Memorial Trust, The Employees Community Fund (ECF) of Boeing California, and the Ducommun and Gross Family Foundation.

Art of the Ancestral Americas and Early World Cultures programs are made possible by a generous grant from the Max H. Gluck Foundation.

LACMA-Ed Online programs are supported by The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation.

Virtual Evenings for Educators is made possible by the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation, the Mara W. Breech Foundation, and The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation.

All education and outreach programs at LACMA are underwritten by the LACMA Education Fund and are supported in part by the William Randolph Hearst Endowment Fund for Arts Education, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, the Margaret A. Cargill Arts Education Endowment, Nancy Seltzer, and Gloria Ricci Lothrop.

Image credits: Still from Make Art @ Home | Creating a Marble Painting, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA; image courtesy of Evenings for Educators, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA; photo © Museum Associates/LACMA, by Brant Brogan; image courtesy of Opendox; photo courtesy of Galison

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