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LA Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) Museum Education Program

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Program Description

Located at Barnsdall Park, students can visit both the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and Hollyhock House, a cultural landmark designed by Architect Frank Lloyd Wright


The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG), the City's flagship exhibition space, is managed by the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA). The 10,000 square foot gallery, located in Hollywood, has been central to the growth of Los Angeles as an international art capital. Admission to the LAMAG is free. The Gallery is open year-round except for official City holidays. Visitors will experience a wide variety of contemporary 3-D and 2-D artworks created by Artists, Architects, Performers and Literary Artists from the Los Angeles region, the country, and the world. The artworks utilize various materials - from traditional to new genres, media and technologies. The LAMAG Education Program welcomes the public and families with children of all ages to participate in our free Family Art Workshops, and free School Visit Program for Teachers and students.

For information on current and future exhibitions, workshops and hours of operation, please call (323) 644-6269 or visit our website at:

To learn more about our Education Program, including free family art workshops or to schedule school visits, please email Art Instructor/Education Coordinator Marta Feinstein at:

Online Educational Resources

Department of Cultural Affairs City of Los Angeles

Recommended Reading

Yenawine, Philip. Key Art Terms for Beginners. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1995. Grades 6 - 12.

Richardson, Joy. An Introduction to Art for Young People. Abrams, Inc., 1987. Grades 3 - 6.

Recommended Grade Levels





4800 Hollywood Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90027



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