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Art Zone

Art Zone takes viewers on an immersive journey into L.A.’s vibrant arts and culture scene by profiling artists, arts nonprofits and places of cultural significance that shape our civic life. Watch it here or on the County Channel (Channel 92 or 94) on most cable systems.


Art Zone: Kidspace Children’s Museum

Kidspace Children’s Museum is a nonprofit educational and cultural institution committed to serving the emotional and intellectual needs of children with more than 40 hands-on exhibits, splashable water features, and a variety of creative play spaces to explore. The museum is funded in part by a grant from the L.A. County Department of Arts and Culture.


Art Zone: Museum of Contemporary Art

Established in 1979, MOCA is the only artist-founded museum in Los Angeles dedicated to collecting and exhibiting contemporary art created after 1940 across all media. Take a deeper dive into the museum’s ground-breaking, historically-significant exhibitions and the artists pushing boundaries in L.A.’s ever-evolving arts scene. MOCA, along with other leading arts organizations, is a recipient of grant funding from the L.A. County Department of Arts and Culture.


Art Zone: Season of Solidarity

A series of murals that aim to bridge cultural divides and foster unity and respect for diversity are now part of the County landscape. The project is a signature element of the “LA vs. Hate” campaign led by the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations.


Art Zone: Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Lights, camera, nostalgia! The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in the heart of Los Angeles’ Miracle Mile is the perfect destination for movie buffs with special exhibitions and a permanent collection taking viewers behind the scenes into how cinema magic is made.


Art Zone: Museum of Latin American Art

Explore the rich and diverse permanent collection and current exhibitions at the only museum dedicated to Latin American and contemporary artists.


Art Zone: Japanese American National Museum

Don’t Fence Me In: Coming of Age in America’s Concentration Camps explores the experiences of Japanese American youth confronting the injustice of being imprisoned in concentration camps during World War II.

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