Specially Ticketed Exhibitions + General Admission
Robert Mapplethorpe (March 20–July 31, 2016) Reigning Men (April 10–August 21, 2016)
Please note: this ticket does not include Rain Room access.
Members and donors may reserve free tickets for upcoming specially ticketed exhibitions below before the general public.
Student and Individual level: 1 free ticket Dual level: 2 free tickets Friend level and above: 2 free tickets per day
A Perceptual Cell experience for one viewer at a time.
This is an 11-minute immersive experience for one viewer at a time. Light Reignfall is a specially ticketed experience. Tickets are dated and timed, and advance reservations are required as capacity is extremely limited. Tickets are not transferable and there are no refunds. Light Reignfall participants must be 18 or over and have a valid photo id. This does not include Rain Room admission.
Exhibition details may be found here
James Turrell's Light Reignfall: Members-Only Tickets
James Turrell's Light Reignfall
This is an 11-minute immersive experience for one viewer at a time. Light Reignfall is specially ticketed. Tickets are dated and timed, and advance reservations are required as capacity is extremely limited. Tickets are not transferable and there are no refunds. Light Reignfall participants must be 18 or over and have a valid photo id. Exhibition details may be found here
Important: These tickets are for current LACMA members only. If your membership is not current at the time of your reservation/visit, you must join or renew upon arrival at LACMA in order to see Light Reignfall or your tickets will be forfeited.
Student and Individual-level members may purchase one discounted member ticket. Dual-level members may purchase two discounted member tickets. Friend-level members and above may purchase two discounted member tickets per day, pending availability.
Talks & Courses
LACMA’s educational programs accommodate audiences of all ages. Enjoy talks with scholars, gallery tours, conversations with artists, events for educators, storytelling for kids, and more.
Taught by a dedicated faculty of experienced artists and art educators, LACMA's art classes provide unique opportunities to learn about art through studio activities, discussion sessions, and visits to the galleries.
LACMA presents screenings of classics, new releases, documentaries, and retrospectives in conjunction with exhibitions, as well one-of-a-kind events, guest-curated programs, and conversations on film and filmmaking.
LACMA presents more than one hundred concerts each year featuring leading international and local ensembles in programs of classical, jazz, Latin, and new music. Most of LACMA’s music programming do not require tickets and are free to the public.