March 2, 2011
The Studio announces a new community history project: Common Ground: the Histories of the Ambassador Hotel's Neighborhood. In collaboration with the Honors College at California State University Los Angeles and the New Open World Academy—the school at the former Ambassador Hotel site ... more
April 2, 2011
The Studio for Southern California History (Studio) is pleased to announce its annual fundraiser will be held at its Chinatown gallery on April 2, 2011, from 6:00 – 10:00 pm. The theme of the event is "Los Angeles Love Stories" in tandem with the Studio's current exhibit "Love is Living LARGE in Los Angeles." ... more
October 3, 2009
Law & Disorder exhibit opens and highlights the different factions that make up the history of law making and law breaking in Southern California. This exhibit will run until October 2010.
October 3, 2009
The Studio partners with the venerable TOWN HALL Los Angeles for Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour.
September 13, 2008
Signs of Our Times exhibit opens at the Studio's Chinatown Gallery. This participatory installation invites residents to read and listen to the landscapes that surround Southern Californians...more
July 1, 2008
The Studio partners with the venerable TOWN HALL Los Angeles for Fall Walking Tour...more
May 16, 2008
The Studio for Southern California History is proud to announce that the Candelaria Fund has awarded it a grant towards general operating costs...more
March 24, 2008
The Studio for Southern California History is proud to announce that the Annenberg Foundation has awarded us a grant towards the building and introduction of the LA History Archive, a multimedia resource for exploring regional history...more
December 12, 2007
The Studio for Southern California History earns its nonprofit status and officially separates from Community Partners in early 2008.
September 15, 2007
Playing Place: Southern California Sports opened and will run until August 25, 2008. This program explores Southern California’s vast history of sports through conceptions of play, leisure & competition. Playing Place, Southern California Sports traces the countless individuals who have shaped and make local history in sports history and feature local sports, athletes, and coaches who have made the region a physical fitness center. In addition to looking at many sports, this exhibit explores the role of sports in public expression, particularly for groups denied a voice in mainstream society throughout history...more