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Touring Bev Hills's New The Wallis Performing Arts Center

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[Photos by Elizabeth Daniels]

Finally Westsiders have a flashy performing arts venue where they can pay a bunch of money to see string quartets and ballet ensembles, right? Still, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (nicknamed The Wallis) is a pretty good one--architect Zoltan Pali designed the center, which incorporates both a 1933 post office on Santa Monica Boulevard and a new building just behind. Inside, there's a gift shop (currently hosting a Ferragamo pop-up), the 500-seat Bram Goldsmith Theater, classrooms, a cafe, a sculpture garden, event terrace, and underneath: some parking. Take a tour around up above.

· Bev Hills's New/Historic Annenberg Arts Center Opens in Fall [Curbed LA]