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  • Photo of a hanging, hand-woven tapestry

    Hand-Woven Tapestries

    Sundays, May 15 and 22, 10:30 am–1:30 pm

    $75 General; $65 Members

    New dates—Play with contrasting colors, textures, and fiber weights to create a beautiful hand-woven tapestry. Class-provided materials include yarn, wool, rope, and raffia. You may also incorporate materials into your weaving that hold sentimental value, such as trinkets, jewelry, linens, or lace, to create a work of art that honors your personal history or family story.

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  • Three people kneeling down over a banner outside next to a hanging banner that says, "Stop Repeating History"

    Protest Banner Workshops

    Select Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 12:30–3:30 pm
    May 22, June 25, July 24, August 18, September 3

    FREE with admission to Talking Back to Power

    Learn a skill to amplify your voice for good during an intergenerational protest banner–making workshop! Part of artist Aram Han Sifuentes's ongoing project Protest Banner Lending Library, this afternoon program includes a curator spotlight talk, a slogan development activity, and instruction and materials to create a no-sew fabric banner appliquéd with your own meaningful message. This activity is recommended for participants ages 8 and up; all ages are welcome to attend.

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  • Collection of books featured in the Skirball's 2022 Spring Book Group

    Skirball Book Groups: Stories of Immigration

    Spring 2022

    Registration for this class is now closed.

    Inspired by the Ashkenazi Jewish immigrant stories shared in the exhibition Visions and Values: Jewish Life from Antiquity to America, the Skirball’s spring book groups invite you to read and discuss five critically acclaimed books that highlight the striking commonalities and stark differences found in American immigrant experiences across cultures, time periods, and circumstances.

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