Robert Benitez (MOAH) and Suzy Silvestre (LPAC) completed the 9 month fellowship in Cultural Policy through the Arts for LA ACTIVATE Program. They graduated last night at a ceremony at the California African American Museum (in Exposition Park) sponsored by Boeing, Dep...

Nestled in the desert landscape between the San Gabriel Mountain Range to the south and the Tehachapi Mountain Range to the north, in the heart of the burgeoning bedroom community of Lancaster, is an unexpected oasis of art and culture. Founded in 1986 as the Lancaster...

The BLVD

The BLVD is a portion of downtown Lancaster where you will find restaurants, bakeries, candy shops, stores, and museums. It is paved with bricks and you will find beautiful murals peeking out around every street corner. They have a Farmers Market there on Thurs...

LANCASTER - The Lancaster Museum of Art and History's latest art exhibit is going on outdoors - on billboards.

Twenty roadside billboards around the Antelope Valley are showing the work of 10 local artists through Nov. 12.

Offering artists the opportunity "to tell storie...

LANCASTER - Home is where the heart is was the focus of Museum of Art and History artist-in-residence Dani Dodge's fourth and final installation Saturday for her "Home is Heritage" series.

With typewriter at hand, Dodge welcomed those entering the Western Hotel/Museum t...

Photo by Kristine Shomaker

When people (artists, poets, songwriters, superheroes, prisoners, soldiers, sailors, lovers) think about home, most assume those are happy memories full of nostalgia, yearning, longing, safety, innocence, the smell of cookies, someone’s waitin...

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History, in collaboration with Los Angeles’ Thinkspace Gallery opened The New Vanguard which featured works by over 55 artists from the New Contemporary Movement. The exhibition presented one of the largest cross-sections of artists work...

LANCASTER - A splash of color was given to Lancaster Boulevard this week as street artists from as far as Australia, local artists and even R. Rex Parris High School students gathered to vivify blank walls.

A dozen murals on the exteriors of buildings along Lancaster Bo...

LANCASTER - A dozen murals are going up on buildings around downtown, created by nine professional "street" artists and three local artists, one of them an R. Rex Parris High School teacher assisted by local students.

Lancaster Museum of Art and History staffers coordin...

ANTELOPE VALLEY—Rising up from the Challenger disaster in Florida 30 years ago is a monument in the heart of California aerospace country.

The 20 ft. rocket will never leave earth. It has a permanent home in the desert. Its job is to commemorate its namesake, the Spac...

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