Tue., May 9, 2023 | Sandy Masuo
The Huntington’s plant collections include roughly 800 tree species that range from iconic California natives to representatives of habitats from around the world. Here are five must-see trees to appreciate during your next visit to The Huntington.
Tue., May 2, 2023 | Yinshi Lerman-Tan
As a site for the preservation of the wide-ranging histories, cultures, and perspectives that make up the Asian American experience, The Huntington’s Art Museum has been embarking on the active collection and display of Asian American art.
Tue., April 25, 2023 | Kevin Durkin
Four exceptional collections have joined The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens through the generosity of the Library Collectors’ Council, a group of supporters who help fund the purchase of new items for the institution’s archives.
The Huntington’s “Objects, Pathways, and Afterlives: Tracing Material Cultures in Early America” conference brings together scholars and practitioners to reflect on the historical and present-day meanings of tangible materials.
Tue., April 4, 2023 | Susan Turner-Lowe
The Huntington is proud to hold Gloria Molina’s papers—a trove of 1,300 boxes—as they document an important swath of California history and the legacy of a woman who broke barrier after barrier in the political and social sphere.
Tue., March 28, 2023 | Sandy Masuo
Heavy rains this winter made the prospect of drought seem far away, and perhaps even improbable. The record levels of precipitation will provide short-term drought relief, to be sure, but long-term water supply challenges for our region persist.
Tue., March 14, 2023 | Kevin Durkin
In the twilight of President Jimmy Carter’s life, longtime Huntington volunteer Dennis Harbach recently shared a Los Angeles Times article on Carter’s 1991 visit. It was July 15, and Carter was here for the opening of “The Sacred Fire of Liberty: The Creation of the American Bill of Rights” exhibition.