The Hollywood Museum will present a Mother’s Day exhibit from industry moms

Hollywood Mothers – The term conjures up images ranging from Mrs. Brady to Mommy Dearest. The reality lies somewhere in between.

“For the most part, our mother is your first friend, your best friend, your forever friend. Our mother’s love is unconditional and only grows stronger over a lifetime,” says Donelle Dadigan (Founder/President of the Hollywood Museum). “To celebrate this one-of-a-kind relationship, the Hollywood Museum presents a never-before-seen collection of images dedicated to this special woman in our lives for the week before and after Mother’s Day. Sons and daughters have a special bond with their mothers and they pass that love on to their own children. Our exhibition personifies that fact, given the overwhelming response from the entertainment elite who responded to the call for entries, offering their favorite and private images to say “Happy Mother’s Day. mothers” to celebrate the most caring and inspiring women in their lives.” WHAT: Two years in the making and originally planned for Mother’s Day in 2020. This remarkable collection features photos dedicated to the most famous working mothers in the world. entertainment, in loving and fun images. with their families. The Hollywood Museum has collected personal and professional photographs of some of the most recognized names in television and film, portraying their own mothers or as mothers themselves, and curated an exhibition in the famous photo gallery history of the museum.WHERE: The Hollywood Museum, 1660 Highland Avenue, Hollywood CA 91001 (At Hollywood Blvd) WHO: Many exhibit attendees include Adrienne Barbeau, Alison Arngrim, Angela Cartwright, Beyonce, Blyth Danner, Bob Bergen, Brad Pitt, Brittney Spears, Carl Reiner, Carrie Fisher, Cassandra Peterson (Elvira), Charlotte Rae, Charlize Tharon, Chita Rivera, Ciara, Cloris Leachman, Conner Dean, Connie Stevens, Darby Hinton, Dakota Johnson, Dawn Wells, Debbie Reynolds, Dee Wallace, Diana Lansleen, Donna Karan, Donna Mills, Drew Barrymore, Francis Fisher, Francesca Eastwood, Gabriel Stone, Gates McFadden, Gene Lockhart, Geoffrey Mark, Geri Jewell, Gilbert Godfried, Gloria Allred, Gloria Steinem, Goldie Hawn, Gwen Stefanie, Halle Berry, Ilene Graff, Jack Jones, Jade Barrymore, Jax Malcolm, Jennifer Anniston, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Lopez, Jerry Mathers, Jessica Alba, Jessica Simpson, Joan Van Ark, Joanna Kerns, Joely Fisher, Joanna Kerns, Jon Provost, Julie Newmar, Judy Norton, Judy Tenuta, June Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Kim Kardashian, Karen Grassle, Kate Linder, Kathy Garver, Kellie Martin, Lee Purcell, Leeza Gibbons, Lily Tomlin, Linda Purl, Lucie Arnaz, Lucille Ball, Madonna, Marilu Henner, Marion Ross , Michael Learned, Michael Feinsten, Melanie Griffith, Nikka Lanzarone, Norma MacMillan, Olympia Dukakis, Reese Witherspoon, Rich Little, Rose Marie, Roslyn Kind, Ruta Lee, Sally Jesse Raphael, Sandra Bullock, Selena Gomez, Stefanie Powers, Tina Fay, Tippi Hedren, Tom Cruise, Valerie Harper, Vincent De Paul and many moreAPPEARANCE SCHEDULE: Jerry Mathers, Carolyn Hennesy, Ruta Lee, Erin Murphy, Ilene Graff, Kym Karath, Kathy Garver, Darby Hinton, Hank Garrett, Alison Arngrim, Lee Purcell, Kate Linder, Alice Amter, Carolyn Hennesy, Geoffrey Mark, Jax Malcom, Diana Lansleen, Bob Bergen, Elaine Ballace and more
ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM: The Hollywood Museum, located in the historic Max Factor Building, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation showcasing over 10,000 authentic show business treasures, spotlighting 100 years of Hollywood history, from silencers to walkie-talkies, through the Golden Age of Hollywood, film noir, television and its pioneering years, through the rebellious 60s, the special effects of 70s, the evolving 80s, the involved 90s, the technological 2000s and beyond to today’s favourites! The Hollywood Museum exhibits showcase the best of film, network, and cable TV, plus new digital platforms featuring fan favorites and icons! The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building is the official museum of Hollywood and offers visitors the world’s most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia – showcasing the glamor of Hollywood legends and stars – past, present and up-and-coming . The Hollywood Museum features costumes, props, photography, scripts, star car collections, personal artifacts, posters and memorabilia from unique stars, movies and TV shows. Located in the heart of Hollywood, at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave, just steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Museum has been named the number 1 tourist attraction in Hollywood by LA Weekly, and one of the “Top 10” Museums in Los Angeles by LA Tourism and Convention Board and Trip Advisor.REGULAR HOURS: Wednesday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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