The annual “New Voices” art exhibition opened at The Vincent Price Art Museum opened on September 3. This year’s exhibit features the art work of East Los Angeles College students from different departments during the 2018-2019 term.
The main goal of the project is to create a more sustainable and inviting landscape since a lot of people walk through the dirt and stand by the trees for shade as they wait for the next bus.
The Vincent Price Art Museum held the annual Arts+Feminism ‘edit-a-thon’ on March 9.
Attendees created and/or edited articles on Latinx Women+Non Binary Artists.
Artist Guadalupe Rosales lead a walkthrough with art critic Andy Campbell on her exhibit “Echoes of a Collective Memory” on Saturday at the Vincent Price Art Museum.
Vincent Price Art Museum partnered with The Huntington, inviting Carolina Caycedo and Mario Ybarra Jr. to construct The Huntington’s third exhibit of arts initiative /five.
The Vincent Price Art Museum hosted a workshop on Thursday to inform students about the application process for the Summer Academy and Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The first event for the Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles’ Cine Nepantla will create an inclusive space for an exchange of ideas to the Vincent Price Art Museum.
The partnership is the result of “On-Site: Neighborhood Partnerships with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,” an ongoing initiative to make LACMA’s collections and programs more accessible to Los Angeles County communities.
By Luis Castilla Guadalupe Rosales opened her new exhibit, “Echoes of A Collective Memory,” at The Vincent Price Art Museum Saturday. The event extended beyond VPAM as NU MINIS, VW Clan and Lady Volks parked their cars in between S1 and S2. “Echoes of a Collective Memory” contains a collection of symbolic artifacts and photographs that represent what the ‘90s youth culture of Latino/a’s in the Los Angeles area was…
By Eddie Mike Garcia Some persons land that great job early in life, while others take more time to find that rewarding career, just like Rafael Cardenas did for himself. Cardenas worked several jobs over many years before he found his passion in photography. He currently has an exhibit of photographs at the Vincent Price Museum for the next three months. Cardenas was born in Mexico in the 1970s and…