Purchase Options



As you all know, events of this nature are costly and the features of this year’s symposium have added to that expense. However, in an effort to better help cover costs, we will implement a door price and a pre-sale price.  The door price will be $30 for general admission and $20 for all students with no exceptions.  Advance purchase will be as follows:

  • $25 for general admission,
  • $15 for all other University and College students with student ID, and
  • $10 for Cal State LA students with student ID

The $10 Cal State LA student price is made possible by a subsidy of Cal State LA's student body through Associated Students, Inc. (ASI).  This will be our 6th year in which we offer discounted prices if you pay in advance. The fee is for the whole weekend, both Friday & Saturday (and admission to the inaugural exhibit with reception). Students will need to provide their student number via email or letter and present their student ID at the door.

Advance payment may be made in the following three ways: 


BY MAIL: You can mail a check made payable to Art History Society of Cal State LA to the following address:

Art History Society and/or Dr. Manuel Aguilar
California State University, Los Angeles
Fine Arts Building, FA228
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032

IN PERSON: You can pay in cash or by check to the Art History Society of Cal State LA located in room 228 on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building at California State University, Los Angeles. 

We will send you an email, text or call confirming receipt of payment. As the date approaches, we will provide you with more information.


SQUARE:  You can pay through Square.*

*We will add $1.00 to the cost as a convenience fee to offset the fees and commissions charged to us by Square for the service.

Square Payment


DONATIONS: Our student organization takes great pride in creating these type of artistic and cultural events for the service of our community. We appreciate your generous donation.



Thank you for supporting the Art History Society of Cal State LA.