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Eye Art at a Rare Wednesday Open Day, at LACMA

Need to soak in art on the Miracle Mile? Here's your midweek chance.

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    Eye Art at a Rare Wednesday Open Day, at LACMA
    Brant Brogan
    Need to soak in art on the Miracle Mile? Find your midweek chance, on Wednesday, Jan. 2.

    What to Know

    • Wednesday, Jan. 2, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    • Regular admission applies

    • Next free LACMA day: Jan. 21, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    Mondays get a bad rap, or at least a widely known reputation, for being the day when an attraction must shutter, all to spiffy up after a busy weekend and prepare for another week.

    But that's not the case at the Los Angeles Museum of Art, on the Miracle Mile, where Wednesday has long been its gate's-are-locked moment to take a breather, do what needs to be done, and to prepare for another six days of receiving art-loving guests.

    Wednesday, in short, is needed to dust those frames, proverbially and not.

    Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019 will be different, however: LACMA is open, a rare midweek event for the mid-city museum, and while admission is not free, much will be gained by a visit.

    Why do we make such a lofty claim? Well, in a short word, art. Or, to put it like LACMA puts it on its site, "(s)tart 2019 off with art!"

    That's a solid plan. As solid? Knowing the hours: The museum will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 in the evening.

    As for those famous free days at the mondo art museum, which is also home to the always-free-to-see "Levitated Mass" as well "Urban Light"?

    One is coming right up, on Monday, Jan. 21. It's a Target Free Holiday Monday, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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