Vogue Multicultural Museum
The Vogue Theatre is considered a historical landmark of Los Angeles. The building was built in 1935, and was eventually remodeled in 1959. It closed its doors in 1995. The space has been used for film locations and live performances. Now, the Vogue Multicultural Museum has opened its doors to welcome all types of cultural and artistic expressions, becoming a unique place in the heart of Hollywood.
The VMMLA is a space devoted to creating unique cultural events, and our mission is to become an important place in the city, popular for its innovative and never-before-seen exhibitions.”
– Diego Gonzalez