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The Vincent Price Art Museum houses 7 art galleries devoted to temporary rotating exhibitions, student shows, the permanent collection, and community projects
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LACMA Jun 3
June 28, 6pm, free . Join LACMA curator Eve Schillo as she and LA-based photographer Rafael Cardenas discuss the parallels between his artistic practice & Mariana Yampolsky's Photo credit: D.R. © Mariana Yampolsky Cultural Foundation, A.C. Mexico
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VPAM Jun 8
Join us Thursday, June 14th, 530-7pm for a conversation between East LA walkout photographers and —the event will take place in the S1 Building Lecture Hall. Images © Devra Weber. From the La Raza Photograph Collection. Courtesy of the
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VPAM Jun 2
Today we open our latest exhibition—The 1968 Walkouts: Selections from UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Collections! On view through July 7, 2018. Image Credit: © Devra Weber. From the La Raza Photograph Collection. Courtesy of
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VPAM May 31
Mexican photographer (1925–2002) captured the beauty and desolation of Mexico and its history. Her exhibition, organized in conjunction with , is on view at our museum through December 8, 2018. Photo © Museum Associates/LACMA, by Zach Lipp.
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LA CAUSA YouthBuild May 29
Uprising Outcasts: An Eastside Perspective. These young men and women worked hard to have their photography and poetry displayed. Thank you to our teachers Edwin Cervantes and Mario Rosado. Thank you to ,, , and for partnering with us.
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VPAM May 29
Horus (far left), known as the falcon god or Lord of the Sky, served as the earthly embodiment of the king. Find Horus in the Egyptian art exhibition, on view at our museum through December 8, 2018. Photo © Museum Associates/LACMA, by Zach Lipp.
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VPAM May 25
Every Saturday at VPAM we hold conducted tours for the general public! Tours begin at 1PM at the museum lobby | Anyone is welcomed to join at any time | Covers the entire museum • Pictured above is from the opening reception of Soul Mining, shot by Monica Orozco
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MOA May 25
See how artists at are decolonizing the history of the Americas.
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VPAM May 24
Happening now: opening receptions for community exhibitions Uprising Outcasts: An Eastside Perspective and Egyptian Art in Our World Today. A packed house!! Receptions runs until 630pm
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VPAM May 23
We partnered with LACMA, LA CAUSA Youthbuild, and the Child Development Center at East Los Angeles College to produce two new community exhibitions, Uprising Outcasts: An Eastside Perspective and Egyptian Art in Our World Today. Visit our FREE reception tomorrow, May 24, 4-630pm!
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Los Angeles County May 21
Travel back in time at Passing through the Underworld, a On-Site exhibit with ancient Egyptian art that focuses on myth and funerary practice. Coffins and mummies included
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VPAM May 18
We’re hiring! The Vincent Price Art Museum invites students to apply to our part-time student worker position. • Interested students should visit the front desk in the museum lobby for more info or contact Victor Parra via email at parrav@elac.edu to receive an application.
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VPAM May 8
LA Times art critic, Christopher Knight, analyzes Richard Lou’s “Border Door” in his recent article, published today! The artwork is featured in Soul Mining, our latest exhibition about Asian culture and labor across the Americas. •
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VPAM Apr 28
HAPPENING NOW: Opening reception for Rafael Cardenas: Backyard Tableaux 🎉 Reception will end at 7PM | Free and open to the public • Pictured: Artist Rafael Cardenas discussing his works with his brother
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VPAM Apr 26
Don’t miss out on the opening reception for Rafael Cardenas: Backyard Tableaux! Event will take place this Saturday, the 28th from 5PM-7PM. It will be free and open to the public.
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VPAM Apr 25
In Loving Memory of Laura Aguilar (1959-2018) We express our deep sympathies & condolences to the family & friends of Laura, as well as the individuals who have been touched by her work. Her compelling photos & video works have left a profound impact on LA and the world at large.
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Getty Foundation Apr 25
Today we join many others in mourning the loss of artist Laura Aguilar, a courageous photographer whose work was recently celebrated in the monographic show “Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell” at . Contemporary art has lost a profound voice.
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VPAM Apr 21
The Patricia and Philip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University has extended its run of 𝘓𝘢𝘶𝘳𝘢 𝘈𝘨𝘶𝘪𝘭𝘢𝘳: 𝘚𝘩𝘰𝘸 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘛𝘦𝘭𝘭. The exhibition, which opened in Miami this March, will remain on view until June 3, 2018!
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VPAM Apr 20
This month, 𝘓𝘢𝘶𝘳𝘢 𝘈𝘨𝘶𝘪𝘭𝘢𝘳: 𝘚𝘩𝘰𝘸 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘛𝘦𝘭𝘭 won Best Regional Non-Fiction Book from the 2018 Independent Publisher Regional and Ebook Awards 📖 •
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VPAM Apr 20
& her ‘Show and Tell’ exhibition were part of a recent episode of . The episode features new interview footage w/ the artist, exhibition curator Sybil Venegas, & VPAM director Pilar Tompkins Rivas alongside images of the artist’s amazing work!
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