LAM at Home

Virtual Programs

We have missed you at Laguna Art Museum, and hope that you are well and safe. While the museum is not hosting on-site programs, our staff are working remotely to offer art and inspiration online. We believe that art has the power to connect us, and we hope that you will enjoy new ways to stay connected with the museum – your museum.


Family Programs

LAM+LAB at Home

LAM+LAB at Laguna Art Museum is a space for exploration and play for all ages. Now you can bring LAM+LAB home with art activities for all ages.

Virtual Family Festival

This year’s Art & Nature Family Festival is online, with free art, nature, and science activities for all ages.

Imagination Celebration

In a digital version of the popular family event, we invite you to practice gratitude with Bala Shala Yoga, experience Mexican dance and music with Ballet Folklorico de UCI, and more!

Virtual Tours

While we are not able to gather physically, LAM’s docents offer virtual tours of current exhibitions via live Zoom sessions.



Hollow Triumph

The 1948 film noir crime drama Hollow Triumph, starring Paul Henreid and Joan Bennett, and directed by Steve Sekely, is based on the 1946 novel of the same title written by Murray Forbes.

Running Fence

Running Fence depicts the long struggle by the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude to build a 24-mile fence of white fabric over the hills of California disappearing into the Pacific.


A film adaptation the 2004 novel, Sideways follows two men on a week-long road trip to Santa Barbara County wine country.

National Parks Adventure

A team of modern day explorers take an off trail adventure, through the national parks of the USA, showing the awe-inspiring beauty of the parks.

The Kid

Granville Redmond, a friend of Charlie Chaplin’s and subject of the museum’s current exhibition, plays an uncredited role in Chaplin’s first full-length feature.

Tony DeLap: An Exhibition and All That Jazz

The premier screening of Dale Schierholt’s new documentary on the late California artist Tony DeLap and his 2018 retrospective exhibition at LAM.

Exit Through the Gift Shop

Modern art and celebrity are put under the microscope in this overlapping documentary where the line between what is real and what might be fake blurs.

At Eternity's Gate

Film Night comes to you with the 2018 biographical drama, directed by Julian Schnabel, about the final years of Vincent van Gogh’s life.


Yorgo Alexopoulos, the LA-based artist whose 360° Azimuth was the commissioned work of art for Art & Nature 2019, introduces a personal favorite film.


Exhibitions and Talks

Julia Friedman on Wayne Thiebaud

Art historian Julia Friedman discusses the great California artist’s work, including his latest paintings in the exhibition Wayne Thiebaud: Clowns.

Keynote Lecture: Dan Goods

Artist, designer, and thinker Dan Goods gives the keynote lecture for Art & Nature 2020.

Artist Lecture: Patrick Shearn

Patrick Shearn discusses his work, including the 2020 Art & Nature commission “Sunset Trace,” in an online lecture.

Mona Lisa and the Body of the Earth

In advance of Art & Nature 2020, the unforgettable 2016 Art & Nature keynote lecture by the renowned British art historian Martin Kemp.

Nature Journaling

Botanical artist Deborah Shaw presents a virtual workshop on drawing the plants we see around us.

The Eloquent Palette

Learn more about the current exhibition of works by Granville Redmond, view a selection of images online, and enjoy a video tour.

Scott Shields on Granville Redmond

The curator of Granville Redmond: The Eloquent Palette, discusses the exhibition in an online lecture.

One Hour/One Painting

Author and critic Peter Clothier invites participants to spend a full hour in front of a single work of art in an online presentation.

In Conversation: Daniel Douke

Contemporary trompe-l’oeil artist Daniel Douke discusses his work with LAM executive director Malcolm Warner and art historian Robert Hayden.

Artemio Sepúlveda

Learn more about the current exhibition of works by Artemio Sepúlveda, view a selection of images online, and enjoy a video tour.

Six California Artists in Mexico

LAM curator of historical art Janet Blake discusses Travels in Mexico, the exhibition from the Crain collection of twentieth-century California watercolors.



Triada Guitar Trio

Brothers Nikola, Petar, and Vasil Chekardzhikov form a brilliant guitar ensemble, presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!

Ryan Whyman Trio

Pianist Ryan Whyman, violinist Megan Shung, and cellist Keith Williams perform inside the museum, presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!

Duo Ondine

The harp and flute duo perform a virtual concert, filmed inside the museum, presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!

Duo Apollon

Duo Apollon performs original repertoire for voice and guitar, as well as transcriptions from piano, presented in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!

Encore Saxophone Quartet

The Encore Saxophone Quartet performs a special concert inside the museum’s current exhibition, in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!

AlmaNova Duo

The classically trained flute and guitar duo present an eclectic program of music from all over the world.

SAKURA Cello Quintet

The quintet explores great music of the past through dazzling arrangements that offer fresh perspectives on familiar notes.

Étienne Gara and YuEun Kim

The violin duo have recorded a special concert, in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!, available here from Thursday, June 11.

Encore Saxophone Quartet

Last year the Encore Saxophone Quartet performed inside the museum. Enjoy a reprise of that concert, in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!

Guts Baroque

A virtual concert, “Les Maîtres du violon: The Rise of the French Violin Sonata” is made possible by Guts Baroque in partnership with Laguna Beach Live!


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