Attend a special solar-powered BBQ hosted by artist Jacqueline Falcone taking place during the official launch for our new solar energy system.
Jacqueline Falcone is the founder of Bed and Breakfast, a curatorial platform and alternative exhibition space that exists within a personal residence. Jacqueline is also a programming artist for CURRENT:LA Food, an organization interested in marrying food and public art within LA’s burgeoning public transit infrastructure will allow for greater exploration and access.
Be part of 1717—an experimental collective that enjoys year-round programming built around the intention to Connect, Learn, and Care. For $40 annually, 1717 members have access to artist- and artisan-led workshops, volunteer outings, wellness practices, city-wide excursions and more.
Naming a solar panel is a great way to make your mark without leaving a carbon footprint. ICA LA will name your panel after you, a family member, friend, or organization of your choice. Adopters will receive a rooftop photo of their named panel. While panels last!
ICA LA will take you and a friend on a tour of Los Angeles' contemporary art scene, visiting artist studios, contemporary galleries, and the best museums in town. ICA LA will navigate the city via Tesla for an electric ride across town powered by sustainable energy.
Adopt-A-Day at ICA LA and show your support for free access to contemporary art. Whether celebrating a loved one, honoring a friend, or teaching a child the importance of philanthropy, Adopt-A-Day is a special opportunity to underwrite one day at the museum. To celebrate your contribution, public recognition will be included onsite and on ICA LA's website; dates are available on first-come basis.
Name one of our limited edition inverters after a special loved and send the message you care! As part of the adoption process, ICA LA will name an inverter with and send you a framed photo along with regular updates throughout the year.
ICA LA will take you and a friend on a land art tour to explore the range in which artists have interacted with the Earth, using it both simultaneously as medium and meditation. Beginning in the 1960s, land art emerged as a branch of conceptual art to address nature and environmental concerns and reject an increasingly commercialized art world. Many artists traded in paintbrushes for excavators to create monumental landscape projects
Be part of ICA LA’s history by FLIPPING THE SWITCH to activate our new solar-powered energy system during the official launch party. With a gift of $10,000, you will make your mark as a standard-bearer for climate action by inaugurating ICA LA as the first solar-powered museum.
This package also includes an invitation to all private events celebrating ICA LA’s Fall exhibition season with artists Nayland Blake and Sadie Barnette.