Beverly Hills certainly understands the power of art, its ability to stimulate, entertain, and enhance. Long known for its public and private support for the arts, Beverly Hills is committed to providing access to diverse public artworks.
The galleries have been redesigned in collaboration with Frank O. Gehry and Associates, and the presentation includes new interpretive texts, six thematic audio tours, a 30-minute film drawn from LACMA's exhibition archives, and a collection soundtrack. The new presentation is curated by Stephanie Barron, Senior
Both Shim sisters will perform in newly choreographed numbers. Sixth-grader Elle will dance in "Les Petites Étoiles," Mozart's charming piano composition of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," a new piece choreographed by Associate Artistic Director Caprice Walker and featuring the pre-professional performance company's younger dancers, to
"I've got some great news for Tom Friedman," Patty Acuna, Interim Assistant Director of Community Services, said. Friedman's piece, "Takeaway," is a 12-foot-tall stainless-steel sculpture of a man with takeout food boxes balanced on his head in Beverly Gardens Park.