MUSEUM OF NEON ART
216 South Brand Boulevard, Glendale, CA 91204 Directions
The Museum of Neon Art inspires curiosity, learning, and expression through the collection, preservation, and understanding of neon, electric & kinetic art. Located across from the Americana on South Brand Boulevard, the museum highlights neon art, including contemporary neon sculpture & historic neon signs. Neon is a gateway between scientific principles & artistic expression. Neon illumination integrates creative design, electrical technology, and fundamental concepts of physics and chemistry. It is the only museum dedicated exclusively to art in electric media, displaying kinetic and electric fine art, and exceptional examples of neon signs, for over 30 years. The Museum of Neon Art has 5,000 sq.ft of space to accommodate a variety of private or corporate events. Free admission is available for children (12 and under), veterans (with ID), and MONA members.
Family Steam Days, Family Zone, Rental Spaces, Youth and Family, Special Events, Exhibitions, Groups, Educational, Collections, Private Parties, Adult, School Programs, Guided Tour, Stores, Cafe, Scout, Late Night, Shops & Summer Camps
Price: General Admission $10
Senior (65+) $8
Glendale Residents (With ID) $5
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ARMENIAN AMERICAN MUSEUM
111 East Broadway, Suite 207, Glendale, CA 91206 Directions
The Armenian American Museum will be built in Southern CA, and serve as an art or cultural destination for local visitors and patrons from around the globe. Their mission is to develop an understanding and appreciation of America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the experience. Their vision is a cultural campus that enhances the community, teaches the public on the Armenian American story & empowers individuals to embrace cultural diversity, and speak out against prejudice. Their state-of-the-art performing arts theater can host a wide range of exciting events, including performances, lectures, conferences, and shows.
Conferences, Fellowship Program, Seminars, Interactive Learning, Workshops, Educational, and Public Programs, Community Events, Performing Arts, Museum Café, Gift Shop, Traveling, Special Event, Permanent and Temporary Armenian Exhibitions, Learning Center, Demonstration Kitchen, School Field Trips, Academic Research & Corporate Events
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216 North Brand Boulevard, Glendale, CA 91203 Directions
Conveniently located in the middle of the City’s business and entertainment district, the 1,413-seat theatre is owned by the City of Glendale and operated by the non-profit Glendale Arts. Formerly a neighborhood Vaudeville house and movie palace, the venue serves as a world-class performing art & entertainment center. The registered historic landmark draws thousands of theatergoers each month and serves a 25-mile area with over 500,000. The theatre hosts a year-round season of music, theatre, dance, comedy presentations, film screenings, cultural celebrations, location shoots, business meetings, fundraisers & a variety of special events, serving diverse audiences and interests.
Restaurants and Bars, Cultural Celebrations, Weather, Public Transportation, Hotels, Shopping, Box Office, Parking, Location Shoots, Music, Dance, Business Meetings, Fundraisers, Special Events, Serving Diverse Audiences, Interests & Corporate Events