Lucas Museum of Narrative Art to be Built in Los Angeles

On January 10, 2017, the Lucas Museum’s board of directors announced that the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art complex would be built in Exposition Park, adjacent to the USC campus. Los Angeles was chosen over a site on San Francisco’s Treasure Island. The museum is being designed by Ma Yansong and will display Lucas’ collection of film artifacts, animation and art. It will include a theater hosting daily screenings, lecture halls and a library.

Location: 3800 S. Vermont Ave.

Developer: George Lucas

Budget: $1 billion

Size: 312,000 square feet

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: 2017/2021


Dale Kranz

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