Celebrating the art of visual storytelling

The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is a museum without boundaries.

The Pioneer & the Vision by N.C. Wyeth, c. 1918

Explore new worlds

The Lucas Museum will reveal the critical role that narrative art plays in our most popular stories.

Kashyyyk City from STAR WARS: Episode III Revenge of the Sith

See stories as old as time

The collection will explore classic examples of historical narrative art.

An Attic Black-Figured Amphora, 520 BCE

Meet interesting characters

See how emotion, personality, aspirations, and universal truths come alive.

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, 1982

Construction begins

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Our investment

1,500+ New Construction Jobs

350+ New Permanent Jobs

$1 Billion+ Invested by George Lucas & Mellody Hobson

$0 Cost to Taxpayers

C-3PO from STAR WARS: Episode I The Phantom Menace

The Lucas Museum for Narrative Art is a non-profit museum to be built in Los Angeles' Exposition Park.

It will truly be a museum unlike any other.

The Lucas Museum features a bold new architectural design, and will be a one-of-a-kind gathering place to experience collections, films and exhibitions dedicated to the power of visual storytelling and the evolution of art and moving images.

The museum will present original work by world renowned and emerging artists, cutting-edge digital technologies, and daily film screenings in state-of-the-art theaters, as well as extraordinary educational opportunities for students of all ages.

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Narrative is one of the oldest and most important impulses in art. It is also the most popular form of art. Tracing the arc of narrative art reveals how culture is created, reinforced, and then compelled to evolve.

George Lucas, Founder
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Windmill & Water Tank by Thomas Hart Benton, 1953

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art