Why is Liberace named in the lyrics of hundreds of pop and hip hop recordings? Why are films and documentaries being made about him, while his jewels, costumes and other artifact collections go on exhibit at the most prestigious museums in the world, over 30 years after his death? Why are his pianos showing up on the GAMMY Awards and the OSCARS? Why did guests at the MET Gala dress in tribute to him? Come and see for yourself!
The Liberace Museum Store monologue of Jay Mohr is now the stuff of legend. The Liberace Museum Store is soon open again, more fabulous than ever.
Composer, writer, producer, Sony Masterworks artist and music education activist lends her tremendous public appeal to support the legacy of Liberace
Third-generation Las Vegan and stylist to the stars formalizes his ongoing assistance to legacy institution Vice President of Sales and General Manager of STITCHED at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, Ricci Lopez-Hammargren is a veteran of retail management, and a work history including Gianni Versace, Hervé Léger, Dolce & Gabbana and Hugo Boss. Born…
Secretary Treasurer and long-serving board member is re-confirmed for another term, as he receives prestigious Regents Award for Creative Activities for 2020 Dr. Mark Wherry has served on the Board of Directors of the Liberace Foundation since 2013, making him one of the few to outlast the challenges the Foundation endured in 2013 and…
Among the highest rated attractions on TripAdvisor, the Liberace Foundation is expanding the offering with a dramatic, limited new Night Tour, just in time for Holloween!
In addition to transportation, Astounding interactive content now available guides visitors through each artifact at Liberace Garage.
“I thought it was going to happen for Chloe sooner than it did has, just based off who she is,” said Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, recalling how her personality endeared her to the Liberace estate.
“There just aren’t that many musician like Chloe who get it.” – Jonathan Warren
“Liberace is the only Las Vegas icon whose jewels have gone on display at the Paris Museum of Modern Art or Monte Carlo Fashion Week. He is the only Las Vegas icon whose costumes have been exhibited at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Met Gala.
“We, the Board of the County Commissioners of Clark County, Nevada, do hereby celebrate the legacy of Liberace on what would be his 100th birthday this year and congratulate the Liberace Foundation on its continued good work in his name.”
Last exhibited at the Paris Museum of Modern Art, a new exhibit entitled “Diamonds Are Forever: The Liberace Jewels Return to Monte Carlo” opens in the Principality of Monaco as part of Monte Carlo Fashion Week, at Maison Vitale.