Welcome to the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Media Room.

About the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

As the first museum to focus exclusively on storytelling through images, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art believes that visual storytelling can connect us and help shape a more just society. With a growing collection that encompasses artworks from across cultures, places, times, and mediums, including paintings, sculptures, murals, photography, comic art, book and magazine illustrations, and the arts of filmmaking, the Lucas Museum will explore narrative art’s potential to prompt questions, invite opinions, inspire community, and move people to think about the impact of images on our world.

Co-founded by George Lucas and Mellody Hobson and led by director and CEO Sandra Jackson-Dumont, the Lucas Museum was designed by renowned architect Ma Yansong of MAD Architects with Stantec as executive architect and will open in Los Angeles’s Exposition Park in 2025. An 11-acre campus with extensive new green space designed by Studio-MLA will embrace the museum’s 300,000-square-foot building, which will feature expansive galleries, two state-of-the-art theaters, and dedicated spaces for learning and engagement, dining, retail, and events.



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A full press kit is available to download, including museum leadership biographies, building and museum fact sheets, press releases, and images of selected works from the collection, museum renderings, and construction progress.

Seletions from the Collection Museum Rendering from Vermont Construction Progress Press Kit Cover - Rendering at night Leadership image with headshots of George Lucas, Mellody Hobson, Sandra Jackson-Dumont
Images are provided exclusively to the press, and only for purposes of publicity of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art's news announcements and programs. Permission to use images is granted only to the extent of the Lucas Museum's ownership rights relating to those images—the responsibility for any additional permissions remains solely with the party reproducing the images. The images must be accompanied by the credit line and any copyright information provided, and the party reproducing the images must not crop, distort, or run text over the images.
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