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Art Councils

Join an art council to build camaraderie with like-minded peers and share experiences in pursuit of connoisseurship.

Asian Art Council

Asian Art Council

The Asian Art Council (AAC) provides essential support to the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and South and Southeast Asian art departments at LACMA. Members enjoy lectures and other programs with scholars in the field, curator tours and previews of Asian art exhibitions, and more. AAC is led by Florence & Harry Sloan Curator of Chinese Art and Department Head, Chinese, Korean, and South and Southeast Asian Art Stephen Little; and Curator and Department Head, Japanese Art Robert T. Singer.

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Art of the Middle East Council

Art of the Middle East Council

Art of the Middle East: CONTEMPORARY (AMEC) supports the Art of the Middle East department at LACMA, currently the only major American museum that actively collects and exhibits contemporary art of the Middle East. AMEC members enjoy exclusive programs including lectures and panel discussions, curator tours of special exhibitions, and more. AMEC is led by Linda Komaroff, curator and department head, Art of the Middle East.

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Costume Council

Costume Council

LACMA's Costume Council supports the museum's Costume and Textiles department, internationally recognized as one of the premier collections of costume and textiles in the world. Members enjoy programs with curators, authors, and designers; exhibition previews; private tours of local studios; and behind-the-scenes access at LACMA. Costume Council is led by Sharon S. Takeda, senior curator and department head, Costume and Textiles.

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Dec. Arts and Design Council

Dec. Arts and Design Council

LACMA's Decorative Arts and Design Council (DADC) supports acquisitions for the museum's renowned collection of decorative arts and design. DADC members enjoy lectures, curator tours of special exhibitions, private gallery and studio visits, and more. DADC is led by Wendy Kaplan, curator and department head, and the curators of the Decorative Arts and Design department.

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Modern & Cont. Art Council

Modern & Cont. Art Council

LACMA's Modern and Contemporary Art Council (MCAC) is one of the longest-standing support groups for modern and contemporary art in the country and has been the premier educational program for collectors and admirers of cutting-edge art for more than five decades. MCAC is led by Stephanie Barron, senior curator and department head, Modern Art; Carol S. Eliel, curator, Modern Art; and the curators of the Modern and Contemporary Art departments.

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LENS: Photography Council

LENS: Photography Council

Members of LENS: Photography Council (LENS) join LACMA curators on studio visits with emerging Los Angeles-based photographers, culminating in annual acquisitions for LACMA's Wallis Annenberg Photography Department. LENS is led by Britt Salveson, curator and department head; Rebecca Morse, curator; and the curators of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department.

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Prints and Drawings Council

Prints and Drawings Council

The Prints and Drawings Council (PDC) raises funds for acquisitions by LACMA's Prints and Drawings department and encourages collecting, scholarship, and appreciation of original works of art on paper. Members enjoy curator lectures and exhibition walkthroughs, visits to artists' studios, private collection tours, and more. PDC is led by Britt Salvesen, curator and department head, and the curators of the Prints and Drawings Department.

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Acquisition Groups

LACMA's Acquisitions Groups have acquired or helped acquire nearly 400 works of art for the museum, including some of its most iconic masterpieces.

Contemporary at LACMA $10K B

Contemporary at LACMA

Contemporary@LACMA brings together collectors and enthusiasts to acquire artworks for the museum's international contemporary art collection. Members discuss and vote on artworks proposed for acquisition by a rotating panel of LACMA curators at an annual meeting. The group acquires contemporary art from a global perspective, helping the museum build a collection that reflects the diversity of Los Angeles.

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Contemporary at LACMA $25K B

Contemporary at LACMA

Contemporary@LACMA brings together collectors and enthusiasts to acquire artworks for the museum's international contemporary art collection. Members discuss and vote on artworks proposed for acquisition by a rotating panel of LACMA curators at an annual meeting. The group acquires contemporary art from a global perspective, helping the museum build a collection that reflects the diversity of Los Angeles.

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DA2: Dec Arts and Design Acq

DA2: Dec Arts and Design Acq

Members of DA² work with Decorative Arts and Design curators to acquire 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century objects for LACMA's collection. Led by Wendy Kaplan, curator and department head, Decorative Arts and Design, DA² members participate in an annual meeting and enjoy other special programs.

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AHAN: Studio Forum

AHAN: Studio Forum

Art Here and Now: Studio Forum (AHAN) focuses on emerging Los Angeles-based artists. Members visit artists' studios with LACMA curators and acquire artworks for the museum's collection based on in-depth discussion of the works viewed. AHAN is led by Terri and Michael Smooke Curator and Department Head of Contemporary Art Rita Gonzalez and Curator of Contemporary Art Christine Y. Kim.

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