The Los Angeles County Museum of Art Docent Council is seeking volunteers to lead tours of the museum’s diverse collections. An art background is not required; however prospective docents should have an interest in learning about art, working with students and facilitating positive museum experiences. Photo via LACMA web site How to apply: Request an […]
In early October, I attended a SurveyLA presentation at The William Andrews Clark Library and wrote about the event. In that October 12th post, I promised to write a follow-up piece about the library itself because it made such an impression on me. As you’ll learn below, the Clark is not just any library. Rather, it’s a cultural resource that deserves a more prominent place in the city’s consciousness because it houses a world renowned rare book collection, hosts a variety of lectures and musical programs that are open to the public and because its founder generously contributed to the city’s early cultural development. I hope you’ll want to make time for a visit after reading this post.