Opening Weekend for Pacific Standard Time

Pacific Standard Time is a region-wide collaboration of cultural heritage institutions across Southern California celebrating the birth of the L.A. art scene through exhibitions and events showcasing every major L.A. art movement from 1945 to 1980.

This six month long experience opens this weekend – October 1 & 2nd, 2011 where shuttles will be taking museum visitors on pre-determined routes between the exhibitions.

You may take part in these events by becoming a volunteer.
From the “Call for Volunteers”:

The Pacific Standard Time Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers to be a part of this exciting program. We are recruiting volunteer ambassadors who will add to the guest experience of Pacific Standard Time. These volunteers will promote this collaboration at various public locations as well as many of the partner museums. The main goal of the volunteer ambassadors is to encourage visitors to explore the Pacific Standard Time exhibitions and programs at as many of the partner locations as possible.

Volunteers will work a minimum of one(1) 4-hour shift; will be invited to take part in a volunteer orientation session; and will receive a Pacific Standard Time customized T-Shirt. There are many shifts to choose from starting in September 2011 and running through March 2012.

Sign up today!

To register and for more information, please visit:

For more information, please contact:

Volunteer Headquarters 


telephone: 310.962.4941


See you there!


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