|Address:||208 Main St, El Segundo, CA 90245, USA|
|Working:||Closed Closed 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM 10AM–5PM|
My boys love the FREE Tinkertopia class! The staff is knowledge and encouraging. We are challenged to learn more about art as we enjoy its beauty. ESMOA is very supportive of events in El Segundo and offers many community, family, and school opportunities. We are so happy this gem is part of our community!
eduardo de anda
Think UNIQUE, RELEVANCE, COMMUNITY involvement, Artistic experience, Open participation, Welcoming to ideas, Free access to programs, Non assuming but very important....then you visualize ESMoA. For a special experience you would have to participate in as ESMoA program....such a jewel in the South Bay!!!
ESMoA, or El Segundo Museum of Art holds different collections of art every few months. They range from realism to modern. The day I visited, the displays held papers drawn with seemingly random lines. If you go, make sure you go on a day in which there is actually art on display.
The art lab is a beautiful and fun place to learn about art. The iPads make it easy to read about the pieces and discover more information. Since the inside of ESMoA is a large open space, one is able to wander and take in the amazing collections.
What a fantastic gem on Main Street El Segundo! Every time I visit, there is something new and interesting to see. The staff is always very welcoming and is eager to tell me about the current exhibit. Ill definitely go back again and again.
Greatest experience, fun, education and entertainment for the whole family. Not the usual museum stuff, but creative adventure wirh knowledgeable, friendly, engaged and professional staff! Got to love it!
I enjoyed being able to learn about and experience the artworks in an interactive way. I also liked that they had activities and programs for all ages.
It a long narrow room with interesting pieces. Not usually my style but interesting to check out if your in the neighborhood and its open.
Tiny collection of art. Some modern, others from Soviet Era. The theme didnt really make sense.
The fact that you can only get information on the works from iPad kiosks is a little cumbersome.
I enjoy the natural lighting and interesting frequently changing exhibits.