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Following the Muse: LACMA's Annual Muse ArtWalk Saturday
By Adrienne Dorsey / Special to LAist
LACMA will host their major annual event, Muse ArtWalk, this Saturday, featuring free general admission to LACMA and more than 20 participating museums/galleries along Miracle Mile. From 11 am to 8 pm, guests can check out live painting, performance art, dance, film, and interactive activities for all ages throughout LACMA’s campus.
A few highlights include the Vox Humana Project: a live mural painting by L.A. Art Machine, a performance by the Matt Witek Quintet, and installations by Brandon Boyd and Bamboo DNA. Art enthusiasts can also try their hand at creating their own masterpieces during the Sumi Painting interactive art workshops held throughout the afternoon.
Other museums offering free entry and special events include the Petersen Automotive Museum, Architecture + Design Museum, Global Bazaar at Craft Folk and Art Museum, and Page Museum (free child admission). A full schedule of events and participating galleries is listed here: http://www.lacma.org/membership/MuseCalendar.aspx#aw.
LACMA's Annual Muse Art Walk
Saturday, May 14, 11 am-8 pm