Use your TAP card to save on tickets and more at the California Art Club’s Gold Medal Exhibition

For the love of art and Metro……

In 1909, the California Art Club was founded to promote contemporary and traditional fine arts, and now through April 19 you’ll see works from some of the nation’s most prominent artists during the club’s 104th Gold Medal Juried Exhibition at the USC Fisher Museum of Art. And because we know many of our riders are art enthusiasts, our Destination Discounts program is offering deals you just can’t afford to pass up!

Be among the first to view selected artwork throughout the exhibition and attend the sculpture demonstration or walking tour led by signature sculptor, Christopher Slatoff. Admission into the exhibition is free. Both the sculpture demonstration and walking tour are $40 for non-members.

Present your valid TAP card at the USC Fisher Museum to receive a free T-shirt. You can also use your TAP card upon entry to either educational program through April 11 to save $10 on your ticket.

The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. To get there, take the Metro Expo Line to Expo Park/USC Station or Metro Bus 102 to Exposition/University. For more options, use the Metro Trip Planner or Google maps.