USC Fisher Museum of Art

USC Fisher Museum of Art is the oldest art museum in the city of Los Angeles founded as a free public art museum and still functioning as such in its original location. Established by Elizabeth Holmes Fisher, the first female member of USC's Board of Trustees, the then-Fisher Gallery was incorporated into the University on November 14, 1939. With a collection of over 2500 pieces, USC Fisher Museum’s exhibitions range from the Old Masters to the contemporary. USC Fisher Museum has a special interest in collecting and displaying the Art of the Americas, particularly Latin America. The museum is also committed to exhibitions and programming dedicated to exploring significant aspects of social justice through the visual arts.

Fisher Museum follows the USC calendar and is closed on university holidays and during summer months. Please check our website or call to confirm current hours.

Location

823 Exposition Boulevard,
LA CA 90089

Contact

213-740-4561
Website

Opening Hours

Tue–Fri 12–5 pm Sat 12–4 pm

Open Days

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Region

Downtown / LA Metro, South LA

Type

Visual Art and Design

Features

Accessible by public transit, Accessibility options, Always free admission, Family-friendly, Indoor, Parking: Paid, Parking: Street, Public WiFi available

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