Metro Art Moves Tours
Art & Architecture Tours
"Journeys" Artist-led Tours (10:30am-11:30am)
- July 22, 2017: Walter Askin (Pasadena), Sarajo Frieden (Venice), Sam Pace (Leimert Park), Christine Nguyen (Long Beach)
- August 19, 2017: Wakana Kimura (Inglewood), Shizu Saldamando (Little Tokyo)
- September 23, 2017: Jane Gillespie Pryor (Whittier), Aaron Rivera (Lakewood), Edith Waddell (Glendale)
Begins at the Union Station East Side Portal Aquarium
In conjunction with the new photographic light box passageway exhibition "Journeys: L.A. Communities Through the Eyes of Artists," Metro Art has organized a series of artist-led tours at Union Station.
Second Sunday (10:30am - 12:30pm)
2017: 1/8, 2/12, 3/12, 4/9, 5/14, 6/11, 7/9, 8/13, 9/10, 10/8, 11/12, 12/10
Begins at the information booth inside the Alameda Street entrance to historic Union Station
Led by Metro Art Docents, the tours cover historic Union Station art, architecture and spaces not generally open to the public, including the Historic Ticketing Hall. Additionally, the tours explore artworks located in the Gold Line Portal, Union Station East and inside the Metro Headquarters Building.
CADA OTRO SEGUNDO SABADO (10:30am - 12:30pm)
2017: 1/14, 3/11, 5/13, 7/8, 9/9, 11/11 -- ¡en español!
Dirigido por guías calificados de Metro Art, los tours abarcan el arte, arquitectura y los espacios no abiertos al público del histórico Union Station, incluyendo la histórica sala de billetes y el antiguo restaurante Fred Harvey. Además, los tours exploraran obras situadas en el portal de Metro Gold Line, el este de Union Station y dentro del edificio central de Metro Gateway. Los tours son gratis. No se requieren reservaciones. Los tours se reúnen en la caseta de información dentro de la entrada de la calle Alameda del histórico Union Station.
Metro Art Moves
Metro Art Moves is a free series of regularly scheduled and special tours of artwork in the Metro Rail system, including Union Station. Regular tours are led by trained Metro Art Docent Council volunteers and provide insights into the artworks, artists and art-making processes, as well as the unique Mission Moderne architecture. Special tours heighten the passenger experience in novel and engaging ways through the perspective, experience and knowledge of artists and cultural experts. Tours are free. Reservations are not required. Meet promptly at 10:30 am at the Information Booth inside the Alameda Street entrance to historic Union Station. For other tours offered by Metro Art, visit metro.net/art