Let’s come together to support LA based artists! On Tuesday, August 14th at 6pm Patrisse Cullors and Lauren Halsey will be in conversation at the Hammer Museum. They will discuss displacement of low-income communities in Los Angeles, the prison-industrial complex, and economic disparity within the city.
Join MESC friends old and new as we explore the newly opened Wende Museum in Culver City! The name Wende (pronounced “venda”) is a German word meaning “turning point” or “change.” The Wende presents Cold War art, culture, and history from the Soviet Bloc countries during the transformative period leading up to and following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
Join us at the Craft & Folk Art Museum on Sunday, October 7th to see three, brand-new exhibitions: "Merion Estes: Unnatural Disasters", "Sherin Guirguis: Of Thorns and Love", and "Daydreaming by Uzumaki Cepeda". Learn more about the artists and their exhibits at CAFAM website.
After walking around the galleries, we will head to the park across the street to eat our brown bag lunches together, discuss the exhibitions, and catch up with colleagues. Museum admission is pay as you like. RSVPs are appreciated but not required.
Missed the first Educators’ Day Out? We invite you to join us on a new road trip adventure. Let’s ride around LA, making stops at three different museums in the area. Explore new ways to interpret, collaborate, and experience museum through this curated adventure.
RSVP to come soon.
Join new and old MESC friends as we put our brains together at Tuesday Trivia. Let’s connect about our shared field throughout the evening! Grab a bite to eat and a drink from one of the many Original Farmers Market restaurants then join us on the West Patio at 6:30 pm. Trivia starts promptly at 7pm. Register
Join us on the South Lawn at the Autry Museum at 6:00 PM and get a behind the scenes peek at the professional development opportunities that exist by serving on the MESC Board. Meet current board members and hear their story of how they came to serve in their role. MESC is a great space to cultivate your passions, ideas, and career. Register
Not There Yet: Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Hegemony in Museum Education
How do we design welcoming and engaging learning experiences that honor the histories and lives of our diverse communities? We invite individuals, educators, and museum professionals from all backgrounds and career levels to examine equity within the broader context of…