Lamirada California Art
La Mirada is a growing urban community in Los Angeles County, California, with a population of more than 1.5 million people. It attracts thousands of transplants from all over the country who want to take advantage of the city's wonderful weather and diverse culture.
The unemployment rate is significantly lower than the national and federal average, although it can be expensive to live in La Mirada. The median value of homes in the area is $1.5 million, more than double the median value of Los Angeles County.
The city, which borders Orange County, has more than 3,000 inhabitants, or one-third of the city's total population. The city borders Los Angeles County and its population is the second largest in the county, behind San Bernardino County.
The majority of public education in La Mirada is administered by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), which is based in neighboring Norwalk. There is a public school system, the Rio Hondo High School and a high school in the city. Norwalk Station is also responsible for contracted police services for the Orange County Sheriff's Department (OCSD) and the Santa Ana Police Department.
In 2018, an expanded agreement with the City of Fullerton came into effect that brings the Orange County Fire Department (OCPD) and the emergency services to the city of La Mirada. The LaMirada-based medical unit responds to medical emergencies in Satna Fe Springs when city paramedics are not available. This resource is based on the request of the Santa Ana Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, but the favor is returned in designated areas in and around La Mirada and beyond.
Metrolink runs on the right-of-way, and the nearest station in La Mirada is at the intersection of Beach Boulevard and SR-39, which briefly passes through the eastern end of the city.
Union Pacific Railroad operates a rail line under Interstate 5 and serves the city of La Mirada and other parts of Los Angeles County. Locomotive 35, based at Cerritos and Artesia Boulevard, covers the industrial areas of cities south of Interstate 4 and north of I-5.
Located in the historic Colton Hall in Old Monterey, the museum has a gallery dedicated to the Library of Congress and the National Archives and Records Administration's collection of photographs, manuscripts and other items. The library's collection, the largest of its kind in the United States, is the foundation of our museum identity. Only thumbnails and small images may be available, except when items are publicly exhibited or exhibited that have limited rights or have not been assessed for their authorization. All photos are permitted if they are intended for personal or non-commercial use, with the exception of photos of public buildings and public spaces.
When digital images are available, the original piece can be served in its original format, with the exception of photos of public buildings and spaces.
The review and evaluation of the collections is a common, professional museum practice, which enables us to better maintain and understand the museum's holdings. We prohibit the offer of valuations, valuations and certifications of works of art (see valuation guidelines). The assessment and authentication of each work of art must be subject to the strictest standards of professional assessment, evaluation and verification.
Therefore, we do not license, license or charge any license fees for the use of such material and may not grant or refuse permission to publish or otherwise distribute such material. If the Reproduction Number field does not contain any information, you can always purchase a high-quality copy from the museum's online shop. However, if it contains an image number starting with LC or DIG, it is a digital image created directly from an original and has sufficient resolution for most publishing purposes.
When you are in the reading room of the Library of Congress, you can view the image in its original format. On campus, artists usually give lectures that are open to students and give public presentations about their work as well as talks about the history of the museum. Former exhibitions take place every second and third Saturday of the month at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Those interested in the history of performing arts are invited to contact us at 562 - 902 - 2901.
Disney's BEAUTY and BEAST will be shown at La Mirada Theater on Friday, March 3 and runs through Sunday, April 2 at 7: 30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center. Tickets cost between $27 and $99 (all prices subject to change) and can be purchased online or by calling La Miranda Box office at 562 - 902 - 2901 or in person at one of our box offices.
Inspired by research and extensive interviews, the event will be presented at an inauguration ceremony on Friday, March 3rd at 7: 30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center. Participants will receive a free exclusive souvenir program that includes a photo of Disney's Beauty and the Beast and a copy of Disney's Beauty and the Beast biography.