California African American Museum: Face to Face

The California African American Museum presents “Face to Face” exhibit this fall. The exhibit brings together contemporary portraiture from Southern California collections, in recognition of the vital role private collectors play in supporting institutions and artists from Los Angeles and beyond. Explore this exhibit and others at the California African American Museum and be sure to catch a glimpse of the City Light Pole Banners surrounding the museum’s entrance.

Autry Museum: Play!

Experience next level toys and games at the Autry Museum this fall. Through more than 200 historic objects, the “Play!” exhibit explores the role of toys and games across cultures and times. Featuring dolls, board games, video games, outdoor activities, and more the exhibition looks at the many ways children have played in the American West, the social values toys reveal, and how the West has inspired imagination. Beyond the displays, museum visitors will be able play with toys and games from the past and present. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is excited to work with the Autry Museum to produce and install City Light Pole Banners for the “Play!” exhibit.

UCLA Extension: Woodland Hills Campus Fall 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. This year also marks the 100th anniversary of the UCLA Extension program. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA installed City Light Pole banners in strategic areas of the San Fernando Valley to promote the new UCLA Extension campus.

GRAMMY Museum: Monterey International Pop Festival

The GRAMMY Museum in collaboration with Lou Adler, co-founder of the Monterey International Pop Festival, present Monterey International Pop Festival: Music, Love, and Flowers, 1967. The exhibit explores how music became the counterculture’s most significant cultural expression in 1967. On display through October 22, 2017, the exhibit will feature artifacts from the private collection of the Monterey International Pop Festival Foundation, Lou Adler, and items from various artists who performed at the festival. GOLD METROPOLITAN MEDIA is proud to work with the GRAMMY Museum to produce and install light pole banners to spread the word about the Monterey Pop exhibit throughout Los Angeles.