Bigger than it looks from the outside, this handsome museum, conference center and research library focuses on the artistic and historical achievements of African Americans. The permanent exhibit loosely tells the story of African Americans' journey from Africa, through emancipation and into the 21st century, using an assortment of paintings, textiles, photographs, ceremonial objects, personal testimonies and other memorabilia. In addition, there are other curated and traveling exhibitions throughout the year, as well as occasional screenings and workshops.
|Venue name:||California African American Museum|
600 State Dr
|Cross street:||between S Figueroa Street & Bill Robertson Lane|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm|
|Price:||Admission free. Parking $10.|
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