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It is still in progress of being "written up." And in others it is in need of something like an Event Host.
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Right now all the Broad is all the rage. Getty? The other free museum?
Well the Fowler is the best museum you never heard of. So now is the time to listen up!!
Right in our own backyard with a world class accessible collection that is free to the public.
This is part of a series of activities in and around LA I am leading that are all free.
If it's free, it's for me!!! And for you too!!
Disclaimer: The parking, dinner, drinks, or whatever comes after will (most likely) not be free, but the activities themselves will be. This event will be cross-posted with Introverts in LA. We'll see how this goes.
For those of you on a budget, or those looking to save a few bucks, this might be just what you need.
MAO to NOW: Photographs by Stephen Verona (http://fowler.ucla.edu/exhibitions/mao-now-photographs-stephen-verona)
Fowler in Focus: The Collector and the Dealer: Gifts of African Art from Jay T. Last and Merton D. Simpson (http://fowler.ucla.edu/exhibitions/fowler-focus-collector-and-dealer-gifts-african-art-jay-t-last-and-merton-d-simpson)
Art of the Austronesians: The Legacy of Indo-Pacific Voyaging (http://fowler.ucla.edu/exhibitions/art-austronesians-legacy-indo-pacific-voyaging)
José Montoya’s Abundant Harvest: Works on Paper/Works on Life (http://fowler.ucla.edu/exhibitions/montoya)
Reflecting Culture: The Francis E. Fowler, Jr. Collection of Silver (http://fowler.ucla.edu/exhibitions/reflecting-culture)
Intersections: World Arts, Local Lives (http://fowler.ucla.edu/exhibitions/intersections)
The Fowler Museum at UCLA explores global arts and cultures with an emphasis on works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas—past and present. The Fowler enhances understanding and appreciation of the diverse peoples, cultures, and religions of the world through dynamic exhibitions, publications, and public programs, informed by interdisciplinary approaches and the perspectives of the cultures represented. Also featured is the work of international contemporary artists presented within the complex frameworks of politics, culture and social action. The Fowler provides exciting, informative and thought-provoking exhibitions and events for the UCLA community and the people of greater Los Angeles and beyond.
If you'd like to be a tourist for a day, you should come with me to visit the Fowler. If you park the whole day, it'll cost you $12, but if you carpool, you can cut down on the cost. I can't think of a better way to spend your Saturday.