kids splashing hands in a fountain
Free Day - 2018
Thu., Dec. 5
Category: Events

Admission is free on the first Thursday of the month with advance reservations. Free Days are made possible by the generous support of Wells Fargo.

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Thu., Dec. 5
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Thu., Dec. 5
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Thu., Dec. 5
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Thu., Dec. 5
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
American poster showing patriotism from 1919
Curator Tour: Nineteen Nineteen
Thu., Dec. 5
Category: Tours
Location: Boone Gallery

Curators James Glisson and Jennifer Watts lead a private tour of the Centennial exhibition "Nineteen Nineteen," which examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single,...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Fri., Dec. 6
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Fri., Dec. 6
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Fri., Dec. 6
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Fri., Dec. 6
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Santa with a family
Premier Members' An Evening with Santa
Fri., Dec. 6
Category: Members
Location: Brody Botanical Center

Members at the Supporting level and above and the Society of Fellows are invited to bring their camera and take a holiday photo with Santa. Strolling carolers add to the cheer. Rain or shine.

 
Ranch garden shed
Ranch Open House 2019
Sat., Dec. 7
Category: Garden
Location: Ranch Garden

Stop by The Huntington's urban agriculture site during its weekly open hours and pick up some fresh ideas for sustainable gardening. Volunteers from the L.A. Master Gardener program will be on...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Dec. 7
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sat., Dec. 7
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sat., Dec. 7
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sat., Dec. 7
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sun., Dec. 8
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sun., Dec. 8
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sun., Dec. 8
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sun., Dec. 8
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Society of Fellows members posing with Henry and Arabella Huntington
President's Holiday Open House
Sun., Dec. 8
Category: Society of Fellows
Location: President's House

Join President Karen R. Lawrence and her husband Peter Lawrence for a party at The Huntington to celebrate the season.

To learn more about the Society of Fellows, The Huntington's premier...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Mon., Dec. 9
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Mon., Dec. 9
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Mon., Dec. 9
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Mon., Dec. 9
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Interior of a Japanese teahouse
Japanese Teahouse Tour
Mon., Dec. 9
Category: Tours
Location: Japanese Garden

Learn about the history of the Japanese Garden's ceremonial teahouse and the traditions behind its use. Informal tours are offered at 20-minute intervals on the second Monday of every month. 

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Wed., Dec. 11
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Wed., Dec. 11
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Wed., Dec. 11
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Wed., Dec. 11
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
musican playing instrument in the Chinese Garden
Music in the Chinese Garden
Wed., Dec. 11
Category: Garden
Location: Chinese Garden

Enjoy traditional Chinese music every Wednesday afternoon in the Garden of Flowing Fragrance. General admission. (Cancelled in the event of rain.)

 
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin: The Often Truthful, Always Radical, Never Completed American Founder
Wed., Dec. 11
Category: Lectures
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Joyce Chaplin, James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History at Harvard University, revisits The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, which was one of Henry Huntington's most prized...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Thu., Dec. 12
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Thu., Dec. 12
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Thu., Dec. 12
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Thu., Dec. 12
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Women dressed in Renaissance costumes
Holiday Music: Vox Feminae
Thu., Dec. 12
Category: Events
Location: Rothenberg Hall

Dressed in elaborate costumes and performing on period instruments, the vocal ensemble Vox Feminae sings sacred and secular holiday music from the Medieval and Renaissance eras. Admission to The...

 
Monarch butterfly landing on orange flowers
Be Bold! Designing with Native Plants
Thu., Dec. 12
Category: Garden
Location: Ahmanson Classroom, Brody Botanical Center

Mike Evans, founder of Tree of Life Nursery, discusses ways to boldly break away from the simplistic, homogenous style of garden design so often seen today and create unique, truly diverse...

 
Portrait of John Ruskin
John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration
Fri., Dec. 13
Category: Conferences
Location: Rothenberg Hall

This conference introduces British art and social critic John Ruskin to a modern audience and makes the case for his continuing relevance in our own troubled time.

Conference Schedule

...
 
Northern Renaissance painting of Virgin and Child
Spotlight Talk: Virgin and Child
Fri., Dec. 13
Category: Classes
Location: Huntington Art Gallery

Catherine Hess, chief curator of European art, discuss The Huntington's small but important group of Renaissance paintings, including Rogier van der Weyden's Virgin and Child and Cosimo Rosselli's...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Fri., Dec. 13
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Fri., Dec. 13
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Fri., Dec. 13
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Fri., Dec. 13
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Portrait of John Ruskin
John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Conferences
Location: Rothenberg Hall

This conference introduces British art and social critic John Ruskin to a modern audience and makes the case for his continuing relevance in our own troubled time.

Conference Schedule

...
 
Sheet music cover from 1919 with girl and bubbles
Taste of Art: Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Classes

Maite Gomez-Rejón of ArtBites offers a Centennial-themed look at The Huntington through the lens of the special exhibition, "Nineteen Nineteen." After visiting the exhibition, participants return...

 
Ranch garden shed
Ranch Open House 2019
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Garden
Location: Ranch Garden

Stop by The Huntington's urban agriculture site during its weekly open hours and pick up some fresh ideas for sustainable gardening. Volunteers from the L.A. Master Gardener program will be on...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Holiday flower arrangement
Vintage Floral Design for the Holidays
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Classes

Create a holiday floral design inspired by The Huntington's centennial in this hands-on workshop led by Flower Duet. Participants create arrangements in a vintage style, reminiscent of those that...

 
Kelly Hernandez
Family Drop-In Program - Garden Party
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Kids
Location: Herb Garden

Drop by the Herb Garden and meet head gardener Kelly Fernandez, experiment with the plants in the Herb Garden to make amazing art, and enjoy a reading of The Yummy Alphabet Book (readings at 10:30...

 
Holiday wreath
Children's Flower Arranging: Holiday Wreaths
Sat., Dec. 14
Category: Kids

Create a holiday decoration inspired by the year of The Huntington's founding: 1919. In this workshop presented by Flower Duet, children learn how to make gorgeous, old-fashioned evergreen wreaths...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sun., Dec. 15
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sun., Dec. 15
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sun., Dec. 15
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sun., Dec. 15
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Mon., Dec. 16
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Mon., Dec. 16
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Mon., Dec. 16
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Mon., Dec. 16
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
An etching of a lime burner by Whistler
3Tu: John Ruskin and His “Frenemies”
Tue., Dec. 17
Category: Society of Fellows

Melinda McCurdy, Associate Curator for British Art, takes members of the Society of Fellows through the Works on Paper Room in the Huntington Art Gallery to look at 16 works by artists who were at...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Wed., Dec. 18
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Wed., Dec. 18
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Wed., Dec. 18
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Wed., Dec. 18
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Nan Rae teaching students how to paint
Painting with Nan Rae
Wed., Dec. 18
Category: Classes

Learn to create watercolors inspired by the art of Chinese brush painting in this monthly class with artist Nan Rae. Newcomers welcome.

 

 

 
musican playing instrument in the Chinese Garden
Music in the Chinese Garden
Wed., Dec. 18
Category: Garden
Location: Chinese Garden

Enjoy traditional Chinese music every Wednesday afternoon in the Garden of Flowing Fragrance. General admission. (Cancelled in the event of rain.)

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Thu., Dec. 19
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Thu., Dec. 19
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Thu., Dec. 19
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Thu., Dec. 19
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Fri., Dec. 20
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Fri., Dec. 20
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Fri., Dec. 20
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Fri., Dec. 20
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Ranch garden shed
Ranch Open House 2019
Sat., Dec. 21
Category: Garden
Location: Ranch Garden

Stop by The Huntington's urban agriculture site during its weekly open hours and pick up some fresh ideas for sustainable gardening. Volunteers from the L.A. Master Gardener program will be on...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Dec. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sat., Dec. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sat., Dec. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sat., Dec. 21
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sun., Dec. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sun., Dec. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sun., Dec. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sun., Dec. 22
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Mon., Dec. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Mon., Dec. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Mon., Dec. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Mon., Dec. 23
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Viewing stone
Viewing Stones Shows
Thu., Dec. 26
Category: Events
Location: Brody Botanical Center

The California Aiseki Kai presents its 30th annual show featuring outstanding examples of suiseki and other viewing stones. Practiced in Asia for centuries and gaining popularity around the world...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Thu., Dec. 26
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Thu., Dec. 26
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Thu., Dec. 26
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Thu., Dec. 26
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Viewing stone
Viewing Stones Shows
Fri., Dec. 27
Category: Events
Location: Brody Botanical Center

The California Aiseki Kai presents its 30th annual show featuring outstanding examples of suiseki and other viewing stones. Practiced in Asia for centuries and gaining popularity around the world...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Fri., Dec. 27
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Fri., Dec. 27
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Fri., Dec. 27
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Fri., Dec. 27
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Viewing stone
Viewing Stones Shows
Sat., Dec. 28
Category: Events
Location: Brody Botanical Center

The California Aiseki Kai presents its 30th annual show featuring outstanding examples of suiseki and other viewing stones. Practiced in Asia for centuries and gaining popularity around the world...

 
Ranch garden shed
Ranch Open House 2019
Sat., Dec. 28
Category: Garden
Location: Ranch Garden

Stop by The Huntington's urban agriculture site during its weekly open hours and pick up some fresh ideas for sustainable gardening. Volunteers from the L.A. Master Gardener program will be on...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sat., Dec. 28
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sat., Dec. 28
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sat., Dec. 28
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sat., Dec. 28
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Viewing stone
Viewing Stones Shows
Sun., Dec. 29
Category: Events
Location: Brody Botanical Center

The California Aiseki Kai presents its 30th annual show featuring outstanding examples of suiseki and other viewing stones. Practiced in Asia for centuries and gaining popularity around the world...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Sun., Dec. 29
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Sun., Dec. 29
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Sun., Dec. 29
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Sun., Dec. 29
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...

 
Viewing stone
Viewing Stones Shows
Mon., Dec. 30
Category: Events
Location: Brody Botanical Center

The California Aiseki Kai presents its 30th annual show featuring outstanding examples of suiseki and other viewing stones. Practiced in Asia for centuries and gaining popularity around the world...

 
Nineteen nineteen exhibition
Nineteen Nineteen
Mon., Dec. 30
Category: Exhibitions
Location: MaryLou and George Boone Gallery

The Huntington's Centennial Celebration kicks off with a major exhibition that examines the institution and its founding through the prism of a single, tumultuous year, with a display of objects...

 
Photograph of an oil field
What Now, Part 1
Mon., Dec. 30
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Library, West Hall

"What Now: Collecting for the Library in the 21st Century" is a two-part exhibition inviting visitors to consider the continued relevance of the role of The Huntington's library in documenting the...

 
Beside the Edge of the World graphic treatment
Beside the Edge of the World
Mon., Dec. 30
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Virginia Steele Scott Galleries, Chandler Wing

Showcasing new work by artists selected for a yearlong collaboration with Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop, this exhibition marks the fourth year of The Huntington's /five initiative. The...

 
Watercolor painting depicting a townscape
John Ruskin
Mon., Dec. 30
Category: Exhibitions
Location: Huntington Art Gallery, Works on Paper Room

This exhibition brings together 16 works by artists whose careers have either been lauded or criticized by John Ruskin, the Victorian writer and polymath. More...