Upcoming Program

Friday, October 18, 2019 | 6 – 10 p.m.

Location: Exposition Park's South Lawn

* Please note this event is 21+ *

  • Four Seasons - Spring - #1 of 4, c. 1896; Allegorie de la musique, c. 1898; La Plume, c. 1899
    Alphonse Mucha

Join the Lucas Museum for an engaging evening to explore the art of tarot and Lotería—historic cards featuring beautiful, mass-produced artworks that communicate visual narratives about the human experience. Figurative illustrations by Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha, who is represented by more than 60 works in the Lucas Museum collections, are regularly featured on tarot decks.

Using Mucha’s work as inspiration, participants will be able to draw their own tarot and Lotería cards, learn about the history of tarot and Lotería imagery, watch live onstage tarot readings, sign-up for free private readings, play Lotería for a chance to enter the raffle, and listen to a live DJ. Food trucks and a cash bar will be available throughout the night.


Directions and Parking

This event will take place on Exposition Park's South Lawn (899 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90037)—just south of the Natural History Museum, north of the Coliseum, and east of Bill Robertson Lane. The Exposition Park parking lot entrance is at 39th and Figueroa. Parking is $12 during the day and $15 after 5 pm. CASH ONLY. We also ask that you consider using ride shares or public transportation to get to the event. The Metro Expo Line's Expo Park / Vermont station is just a few minutes walk from the South Lawn.

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art