Bowers Museum: The Mummies of the World

Experience the largest exhibition of mummies and related artifacts ever assembled, at the Bowers Museum this summer. The “Mummies of the World” exhibition provides visitors extraordinary insights into cultures, civilizations, and the lives on ancient people. The Mummies exhibit also demonstrates how mummies are created, where they come from, and who they are. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA helped spread the word about the Mummy exhibit at the Bowers Museum using City Light Pole Banners. Be sure to catch a glance of these banners and the Mummies at the Bowers Museum before it’s too late!

California Science Center: The Science Behind Pixar Exhibition

See your favorite Pixar characters come to life at the California Science Center’s “The Science Behind Pixar Exhibition” opening today! Enjoy a unique first time look into the Pixar filmmaking process and explore the science, technology, engineering, and math concepts used by artists and computer scientists who bring Pixar’s favorite character to the big screen. With more than 40 interactive exhibit elements, the exhibits 8 sections each focus on each step in the filmmaking process and give visitors an unparalleled view of the production of Buzz Lightyear, Dory, Mike and Sully, WALL-E and many more beloved Pixar characters. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to produce and install Woody, Nemo, and Sully City Light Pole Banners throughout Los Angeles for the exhibit.

UCLA Luskin Conference Center

The UCLA Luskin Conference Center is a place where the best academic minds, medical innovators, and political leaders meet to exchange ideas that help shape the world. The Luskin Conference Center, situated in heart of the UCLA campus, features beautifully-appointed guest rooms, technologically advanced conference rooms, and a full-service restaurant and lounge. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to continue its work with UCLA to create these beautiful City Light Pole Banners for the opening of the UCLA Luskin Conference Center.

Huntington Library: Becoming American

The Huntington Library has expanded with the opening of the Fielding Wing. An inaugural exhibition, “Becoming American: Highlights from the Jonathan and Karin Fielding Collection” will be on display in the new wing from October 23,2016-October 28, 2019. The exhibition will showcase more than 200 works from the Fielding’s collection of 18th– and early 19th– century American art, including paintings, sculpture, furniture, ceramics, and other related decorative arts. The Fielding collection offers a rare opportunity to explore early American history through objects made for daily use and through images of people who used them. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA created and installed City Light Pole Banners for the Huntington Library to promote the exhibit.

LACMA: Picasso & Rivera

The LACMA presents “Picasso and Rivera: Conversations Across Time”, an exhibit that highlights the moments of intersection in the formation of modernism in both Europe and Latin America and explores the artist’s engagement to their respective ancient Mediterranean and Pre-Columbian worlds. Furthermore, the exhibit aims to advance the understanding of Picasso and Rivera’s practice areas and focus on how each artist’s contributions were deeply influenced by forms, myths, and structures of the art of antiquity. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA created and installed hundreds of City Light Pole Banners throughout Los Angeles to promote the exhibit. Visit the LACMA before May 7th to see this fascinating exhibit!

MoAD Museum

Explore the MoAD, Museum of African Diaspora, in San Francisco this spring! MoAD’s focus spans the African Diaspora across history, from the origin of human existence to contemporary communities and cultures around the world. The museum’s exhibits and programs explore broad themes of origin, movement, adaptation, and transformation. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is proud to work with the MoAD to bring awareness of the museum, its exhibits, and programs to San Francisco.

LA Opera: The Tales of Hoffmann

Catch performances of LA Opera’s “The Tales of Hoffmann” from March 27-April 15, 2017 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Urged by his friends, Hoffmann (Vittorio Grigolo) recounts the stories of the fascinating women who have captured his heart. Hoffmann’s doomed pursuit of romance, foiled at every turn, ultimately leads him to a poet’s artistic salvation. The “Tales of Hoffmann” City Light Pole Banners have captured our hearts too. See these colorful banners on city streets throughout Los Angeles advertising the LA Opera’s performances.

Occidental College: 3RD LA

Occidental College presents “3RD LA”, a series of conversations about L.A.’s past, present, and future. In its third year, the “3RD LA” program features a wide range of conversations with Mayor Eric Garcetti and various debates on the city’s slow growth movement and the fate of scarce open space. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to work with Occidental College year after year to promote the “3RD LA” event.

Los Angeles Philharmonic: Reykjavik Festival

The Los Angeles Philharmonic presents the “Reykjavik Festival” at the Walt Disney Concert Hall this spring! The festival, curated by Esa-Pekka Salonen and Daniel Bjarnason, highlights the creativity thriving in Iceland’s artistic community. Encompassing the wide spectrum of music, the festival will include percussion, world music, symphonies, orchestral concerts, visual and installation art, lectures, and film. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA installed these colorful City Light Pole Banners for the Los Angeles Philharmonic to spread the word about the exciting music festival.

UCLA Extension: Woodland Hills Campus Spring 2017

UCLA Extension has opened a new campus at the Warner Center in Woodland Hills! The new campus offers various classes in some of the top career fields. Whether you’re taking steps to advance your career, looking to start a new career, or just a lifelong learner, the UCLA Extension Woodland Hills campus has something for you. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA installed City Light Pole Banners in strategic areas of the San Fernando Valley to promote the new UCLA Extension campus.