On view September 18-December 7, 2019 The USC Fisher Museum of Art and The USC Shoah Foundation proudly present the exhibition “Facing Survival | David… Read more »
Selections from the Dr. Eugene Rogolsky Collection March 9-April 13, 2019 (T-F, 12-5pm, Sat, 12-4pm) AND April 30-May 10, 2019 (M-F, 12-5pm) USC Fisher Museum of… Read more »
Join us for a walkthrough of “Staged Meaning/Meaning Staged” led by Assistant Curator Madelyne Gordon.
Join Cuban artist, Alejandro Díaz-Perera and Missouri native, Cara Megan Lewis (Díaz Lewis) as they talk about their social activist pillow project.
Thursday, February 21, 1 pm Meet Los Angeles artist Karla Klarin, who depicts expressionist cityscape paintings.
Thursday mornings at 10am Enjoy free yoga in galleries surrounded by landscapes from Fisher’s permanent collection. Yoga mats and blocks will be provided. Space is… Read more »
Opening January 22, 2019 “Staged Meaning/Meaning Staged” is an exhibition that honors our donors over the last 80 years – since Fisher’s founding at USC… Read more »
March is Women’s History Month, which gives us a great reason to talk about our founder, the visionary Elizabeth Holmes Fisher, her ideas, and legacy.… Read more »
As you may already know, our Fall 2015 exhibition, Gyre: The Plastic Ocean closed to the public on November 21, 2015. We’re so sad to… Read more »
If you’re as excited for Star Wars as we are, you’re probably frantically trying to avoid spoilers, binge-watching Episodes I – VI, and debating the… Read more »