General Admission is Free Today

Today, join us for another Target Free Holiday Monday at LACMA. Stop by from 11 am–5 pm for free general admission, family art-making activities, gallery tours, live music, and more.

On the plaza at 12:30 and 2:45 pm, old-time trio Triple Chicken Foot will play early American fiddle and banjo songs. Voted the ‘Best Folk Band in LA’ by LA Weekly in 2011, the band rocks fiddle tunes, gospel songs, foot-stomping dance numbers, and intense three-part-harmony ballads.

The galleries are full of exhibitions to browse including Lost Line: Contemporary Art from the Collection, Robert Mapplethorpe: XYZ (closes March 24), Walter de Maria: The 2000 Sculpture, Masterworks of Expressionist Cinema, and many more.

Gabriel Orozco, Lost Line, 1993-1996, sculpture, plasticine and cotton string, 19 in. Gift of the Peter Norton Family Foundation, Contemporary Art Department.

Gabriel Orozco, Lost Line, 1993-1996, sculpture, plasticine and cotton string, 19 in. Gift of the Peter Norton Family Foundation, Contemporary Art Department.

After browsing the galleries, visitors are welcome to visit the Boone Children’s Gallery where adults and children can create artworks together. Timed tickets are available at the Ticket Office. Families can also venture to our Korean art galleries at 2 pm for a special interactive story time.

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Stanley Kubrick will also be open throughout the day. Tickets are available onsite, online, or by phone at 323 857-6010.

Make a day of it by eating lunch or dinner at Ray’s (make a reservation), grabbing a specialty coffee at C+M, or bringing a picnic to enjoy in the park.

Alex Capriotti