Explore the many ways art creates meaning and defines purpose for people across the globe. Join us for a free 45-minute guided tour featuring masterworks from the permanent collection and our special exhibition Guatemalan Masks, led by Student Educators, UCLA students from diverse academic disciplines who bring unique perspectives to the artwork on view.
Exhibition Tour includes:
Intersections: World Arts/Local Lives
Some of the finest objects from the Fowler’s extensive holdings of art from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Indigenous Americas are featured in this long-term exhibition that celebrates world arts and the role art plays in peoples’ lives.
Guatemalan Masks: Selections from the Jeanne and Jim Pieper Collection
Traditional Guatemalan dance-dramas come to life in a vivid installation of eighty wood masks depicting animals, folk personae, and historical figures that are deeply rooted in Guatemalan religiosity and popular culture. With some examples dating back a century or more, the masks offer insights into how the dances articulate community identities.
* Free tours are held Thursdays at 2:30pm during UCLA’s fall, winter, and spring quarters. No reservation required.
* K-12 school tours must register for a guided or self-guided tour.
* UCLA courses must register for a guided or self-guided visit.
* Spanish-speaking educators are available upon request with advanced notice and are also subject to availability. Email the Education Department at email@example.com for more information.
* Parking in UCLA Lot 4, 398 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd | $12/day. Rideshare drop-off 305 Royce Dr.