The Vincent Price Art Muesuem’s new exhibit is a tribute to Goh Choo San. Goh was a Singeporean choreographer who made an impact in promient ballet companies in Asia, Europe and North America. Goh died at 39 years old from an AIDS-related illness.
The Vincent Price Art Museum received a $500,000 grant to support a curatorial position that will focus on collecting artwork from and promoting artists of Latin American or Caribbean descent.
“New Voices” showcase became a significant part of the 2022 District Wide Juried Student Art Exhibition arranged by the Vincent Price Art Museum and Los Angeles Community College District.
The Vincent Price Art Museum will host the student exhibition “New Voices” with all submissions from all nine colleges in the Los Angeles Community College District. The exhibit will from from November 5 to January 21.
The Vincent Price Art Museum opened a new exhibit on April 30 called “Sonic Terrains in Latinx Art”.
The museum exhibits the art of 30 trailblazing Latinx sound artists.
The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation is hosting its third annual silent auction art fundraiser that including works from over 30 artists.
Hollywood, California is the epicenter of the film industry and is connected with East Los Angeles College by the campus’ diverse locales for filming.
The East Los Angeles College Chicana/o Studies Department honored the lives of distinguished Latinos with altars for the 16th Annual Día de Los Muertos Altar Exhibit in the Vincent Price Art Museum.
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.