Torrance Art Museum is currently closed for preparations - our next exhibition opens Saturday, March 30 and runs through May 17


image: Jaime Scholnick

image: Jaime Scholnick

Protest, noun

Organized by Torrance Art Museum curator Max Presneill, Protest, noun features five Los Angeles-based artists whose works engage urgent political themes.  Artists include Forrest Kirk, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Narsiso Martinez, Patrick Martinez, and Jaime Scholnick.

January 19 - March 9, 2019


gallery two & Hall

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White Noise

Kerry Skarbakka works in photography and performance in exploring themes of masculinity, race, and identity through narratives that blur the lines between fact and fiction.  He lives and works in Corvallis, Oregon.

January 19 - March 9, 2019


dark room & Lobby

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A solo exhibition by Kim Zumpfe
in collaboration with Jennifer Saparzedeh

January 19 - March 9, 2019

January 19, 2019, 7 PM

FORUM 2019

Applications for Forum 2019 are closed. Very special Thanks to all that applied.

Second-round interviews take place soon. all candidates have been notified.

The Torrance Art Museum invites aspiring Artists, Curators, Critics, Theorists, and Gallerists to apply for the opportunity to participate in FORUM, a free ten-month mentoring program for career development in the visual arts.  Launched in 2018, FORUM is an innovative annual program initiated by TAM to provide arts and culture tools, networks, and education to Los Angeles-based young professionals. 

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