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California African American Museum features works of art from the African American diaspora; displaying art and artifacts. The permanent collection consists of African art, 19th-century landscape, paintings, and more.
Admission is free.
The permanent collection includes paintings, photographs, sculpture and artifacts representing the diverse contributions of African Americans. The collection ranges from African art to 19th-century landscape. Along with its permanent collection, CAAM hosts specially mounted exhibitions curated out of its own collection, as well as traveling exhibitions from other museums.
One of the most amazing parts of living in a large city like Los Angeles is there’s always something fun to do, and Independence Day is no exception. Whether it’s BBQs, sports, nightclubs or family friendly activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy for the Fourth of July holiday this year.
The word “free: will undoubtedly always result in perked ears, but free museum days that draw huge crowds can often be the worst time to bask in the lovely ambiance of Los Angeles’s best exhibits. However, LA has no shortage of museums that are free year-round, making it easy to escape the stampede of art lovers desperate to save a few bucks.
Since the Los Angeles Metro Expo Line began service this past Spring, Angelinos and visitors can finally access Downtown Los Angeles from Culver City and all of the great restaurants and attractions in between. For the price of one of Metro’s TAP cards, the Expo Line provides access to many of the diverse neighborhoods and experiences Los Angeles has to offer. Plus, it’s a great way to avoid traffic en route to Lakers games and other Staples Center events.
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