- LA Weekly's Best of LA 2010 pick - Best F-U New York Museum!
- UCLA students get free admission to the Hammer Museum. The courtyard is also a great place to study or grab coffee with a friend.
- Through its collections, exhibitions and programs, the Hammer Museum examines the depth and diversity of artistic expression through the centuries with a special emphasis on art of our time.
- Enjoy some fine art with your sunny weather: this museum houses the worlds largest collection of works by 19th-century French satirist Honor Daumier, as well as Van Goghs Hospital at Saint-Rmy.
- Hammer members enjoy priority seating at public programs, among other great benefits.
- The public programs and events rival their ground-breaking exhibitions. Be sure to pick up a calendar before you leave!
- They are now free! Their permanent collections as well as specially curated exhibits are excellent!
- On Tuesday, Oct. 29, the literary reading subject is Dracula, perhaps best known for inspiring some of the most chilling and erotic imagery in literature.
- Closing weekend for "Now Dig This!" @Hammer_Museum with FREE admission Fri-Sun. Celebrity guest DJ MC Lyte performs tonight. Don't miss this exhibit! http://bit.ly/yMjiRU
- "Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 19601980" examines 140 works by African American artists influential in the arts community during the civil rights and Black Power eras.
- CA (Do) This museum has great exhibits, check their calendar frequently - their lecture and music programs are unparalleled!
- In or near Westwood Village? @hammer_museum feat. work of LA-based photographer Shannon Ebner on Sat
- In Westwood? Check out free art exhibits, music, films @hammer_museum in The Village - http://ht.ly/5AXa5
- Demon Hill is a must. It will trip you out. Also take the mobile phone tour. (310) 359-6017
- Visit this place at least once?! :p
- Nice small museum with few amazing pieces of art!
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- Check out fascinating exhibitions, collections, and programs, such as movie screenings and lunchtime art talks: http://hammer.ucla.edu/calendar. Admission is always free for UCLA students.
- Collections include works by Monet, van Gogh, Rembrandt and Sargent. The venue also hosts lectures, symposia, film series, readings and musical performances. Free admission every Thursday.
- Explore for free on Thursdays, then stop by Ammo at the Hammer for lunch.