The Laguna Art Museum focuses on the cultural heritage of their huge, diverse and powerful state, and on the unique history and accomplishments of Laguna Beach. From the turn of the century through the 1930s, Laguna Beach was home to one of the most significant artists’ colonies on the Pacific Coast. Along with its counterpart, the Oakland Museum of California Art in northern California, it has been at the forefront of a trend among California museums to focus on regional art history.
11/16/2020 In response to today’s orders from the California Department of Public Health, and to help protect the health and well-being of our community and staff, Laguna Art Museum is temporarily closed until further notice.
For now, enjoy our LAM at Home page for online/virtual programs and activities.