Fowler Museum at UCLA
Art Museum, Auditorium, Arts
- In Westwood? spend the afternoon @FowlerMuseum @UCLA free of charge - http://ht.ly/5CuJH
- Plan ahead! The museum will be closed from July 4th to July 21st.Powered by ParentsConnect.com
- Explore global arts and cultures at the Fowler Museum, open Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is always free! And don't miss the Fowler Museum store for unusual jewelry, scarves, and gifts.
- The Fowler Museum is one of the nation's leading museums dedicated to exploring the ancient, traditional and contemporary cultures of Africa, the America's, Asia and the Pacific.
- Be sure to take advantage of an amazing volunteer opportunity at the Fowler! You can volunteer as a lab assistant at the Fowler Museum, working on art conservation projects. Training is provided.
- Fowler Museum is home to 1 permanent and 3 rotating exhibitions, so you can discover something new and educational during every visit. http://fowler.ucla.edu
- Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews exhibition -- which explores the rich and complex history of one of the world's oldest Jewish communities -- will be on display until March 10, 2013.
- During this free concert on Nov. 7, an award-winning group will perform music from the diverse regions of Mexico while highlighting the special musical traditions of Dia de los Muertos.
- 20% off selected books in the Fowler Museum Store
- Wifi sucks and it can get pretty warm in a103b
- View exhibitions from Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas for free.
- The WiFi here sucks!
- Operated by the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, the Fowler Museum was established in 1963 in the basement of Haines Hall before being moved to its own facility on September 30, 1992.
- Explore the Chicano art movement with the exhibits: Mapping Another L.A.: The Chicano Art Movement AND Icons of the Invisible: Oscar Castillo. Both exhibits are open through 2.26.12.
- Must check (leave behind) backpacks at the door.
- Dont miss a stop at the Fowler Museum store, which always has an unusual array of jewelry, scarves, books, gifts, toys and more from around the world