LACMA Boone Children’s Gallery

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Don’t be fooled by its name! The Boone Children’s Gallery offers a free space for everyone of all ages to learn and make art. I have been privileged to have been on assignment for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the largest encyclopedic museum in the Western United States. I photographed the visitors at the Boone Children’s Gallery, also known as “The Boone”. As a current Gallery Facilitator in the space, I also have an opportunity to teach different programs related to the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. For example, I have taught the different techniques of Korean Brush painting to children as young as four and visitors as old as ninety. It is truly a great space to explore your creativity while learning about different types of art and the histories of various cultures.


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