Learn more about our new health and safety precautions. From social distancing guidelines to protective equipment, we have thoughtfully implemented new procedures throughout the museum to create a safe and welcoming visitor experience.
Pick up one of our new self-guided tour brochures when you arrive. Follow along at your own pace and see what you can discover within our galleries. With three themes to choose from, you can explore the collection from a variety of perspectives.
Blake Little, Jerry Hubbard, Burbank, California, 1989
Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo
On View September 5, 2020 to January 31, 2021
Experience the grit, determination, and pride of North America’s gay rodeo circuit. Blake Little’s black-and-white photographs tell the story of a lesser-known part of American Western culture, capturing scenes of camaraderie, identity, and sport in an expansive redefinition of what a cowboy can be.
Get out of the house and into our studio this summer! Led by a museum educator, children and caregivers will print, paint, weave, and sculpt masterpieces using a variety of art materials. Workshops are limited to eight people per session to allow for social distancing. Ages 3-12 with an adult. Space is limited; reservations required.
The recent deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others have powerfully, sorrowfully, and necessarily reawakened our country to the painful and life-altering racial inequities that exist in America today. These same racial inequities exist in museums all over the world including our own. There is vital work to do.
Connect with us online with curated content based on our collection. Explore art, movies, books, music, family art activities and more. We invite you to discover a new way to experience the museum and learn more about our collection.