The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE is a 30,000-square foot facility that explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the recording process; and not least, the history of the GRAMMY Awards, the premier recognition of accomplishment in the recording arts. Four floors of cutting-edge exhibits, interactive experiences and films provide a one-of-a-kind visitor experience — engaging, educational, celebratory, and inspirational. In addition to more than two dozen exhibits exploring GRAMMY winning music including everything from rock, hip-hop and country to classical, Latin, R&B, and jazz, the Museum offers the 200-seat, state-of-the-art Clive Davis Theater as well as curated special programs, lectures and film series.
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Although the GRAMMY Museum isn’t a traditional museum, there are many iconic and historical artifacts on display. The Museum aims to have visitors experience the artistic and creative process of making music with a number of interactive and experiential exhibits. At its essence, the GRAMMY Museum supports and recognizes artistic excellence and the art of making music across all genres. The GRAMMY Museum serves as home to a living archive of the GRAMMY Awards’ colorful history. Dedicated computer databases contain information on more than 50 years of GRAMMY recordings and artists, and rare artifacts connect visitors to the legendary recordings and artists that have been honored by the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame and The Recording Academy’s Special Merit Awards. The Museum also shares the process through which GRAMMY winners are selected as well as how the telecast comes together. Since its inaugural year, the Museum has housed exhibits including the political Songs Of Conscience, Sounds Of Freedom; a Michael Jackson memorial retrospective; an expanded Latin GRAMMY Awards exhibit; Elvis At 21, a Smithsonian-curated collection of Alfred Wertheimer’s insightful photographs chronicling arguably the most pivotal year in Presley’s career; Strange Kozmic Experience, exploring the innovations, legacies and continued impact of the Doors, Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin; and the Songwriters Hall of Fame Gallery. The Museum’s most recent exhibits are Michael Jackson, Good Vibrations: 50 Years of the Beach Boys, 360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story and Whitney! Celebrating The Musical Legacy Of Whitney Houston.