Millard Sheets Center for the Arts

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Millard Sheets Center for the Arts
Established 1937
Location Pomona, California
Type Art museum
Founder Millard Sheets
Director Tony Sheets
Website fairplex.com/tlcfairplex/programs/msac/about

The Millard Sheets Center for the Arts, named for the artist Millard Sheets, is a gallery for Los Angeles-based artists which is located on the Pomona fairgrounds at Fairplex. The Center was built in 1937 and is dedicated to art and artists solely from Los Angeles County.[1]

In 2013, the L.A. County Fair showcased the Center's collection of previously-unexhibited works from approximately 60 artists that had previously had other works displayed at the Center. These works were pulled from the Center's storage facilities.[2]

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