Famed Wright house reopens after further restoration.

Cultural Affairs and Councilman Mitch O’Farrell teamed up to reopen the City’s famed Hollyhock House, a masterpiece designed by Frank Lloyd Wright...

Depts. continue airport art project with installation at Terminal 2/3

“A Universal Shudder,” a series of murals by Eve Fowler on view now at LAX, takes inspiration from the writings of seminal Modernist author Gertrude Stein and...

In Memoriam: Mary Oliver

Mary Oliver, the longest current employee at Cultural Affairs’ Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) and longtime museum curator and manager, passed away. She had 29 years of City service...

‘Into the Blue,’ on the Wall

Cultural Affairs and Airports have completed the installation of a mural to adorn the new Airport Police headquarters in Westchester March 21...

LAWA, DCA turn LAX into an impressive art gallery for travelers.

The impressive LAX Art Program, the product of two City departments working together – LA World Airports and Cultural Affairs – and a local gallery, has turned LAX into a strong presenter of vibrant west coast contemporary art.

LAX Terminal 7 art gallery explores “Lost in the Sky.”

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Cultural Affairs present a group exhibition featuring six artists in the newly renovated Terminal 7 gallery on the Departures Level titled “Lost in the Sky.”