• Gregg Allman and Eric Church

    Celebrating Gregg Allman: Storytelling and Special Performances, Featuring Eric Church

    Thursday, September 24, 8:00 p.m.**

    $35 General; $30 Members

    In a special program presented by the Skirball Cultural Center and the GRAMMY Foundation®, GRAMMY® winner Gregg Allman, renowned founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, discusses the impact of legendary concert promoter Bill Graham on his career with GRAMMY-nominated country star Eric Church, who counts Allman among his biggest influences. Moderated by Scott Goldman, Vice President of the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares®, the evening concludes with live acoustic performances by both Allman and Church, which will be recorded as part of the GRAMMY Foundation Living Histories program. The Living Histories program preserves on visual media the life stories of key recording industry professionals and visionaries who helped create the history of recorded sound. To date, the Foundation has completed more than 200 interviews with artists, producers, executives, and technology pioneers.

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  • Children of the Camps

    Children of the Camps

    Thursday, October 15, 8:00 p.m.

    $10 General; $7 Seniors and Full-Time Students; FREE to Members

    In this poignant documentary, watch six Japanese American adults reflect on the traumatic effects of having been forcibly removed from their homes and incarcerated as children during World War II. Following the screening, listen as filmmaker and psychotherapist Satsuki Ina, PhD, who was born in an incarceration camp in 1944, discusses the psychological trauma of immigrant detainees in America today with Ahilan Arulanantham, senior staff attorney at the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project.

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  • Michael Solomonov—Modern Israeli Cooking

    Michael Solomonov—Modern Israeli Cooking

    Tuesday, October 27, 8:00 p.m.

    $15 General; $12 Members and Full-Time Students

    Don’t miss James Beard Award–winner Michael Solomonov, co-owner and executive chef of Zahav in Philadelphia, discuss modern Israeli food and his latest book, Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking. Discover the personal, historical, and cultural influences of Solomonov’s mouthwatering recipes, which fuse flavors from Israel, the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe. Following the talk, taste samples of foods featured in Zahav.

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  • Jewish Brunch 2.0

    Leah Koenig—Jewish Brunch 2.0

    Sunday, November 8, 11:30 a.m.*

    $35 General; $32 Members

    Bagels and lox may be the most iconic Jewish brunch pairing, but they only tell a fraction of the story. Join Leah Koenig, a Brooklyn-based food writer and author of Modern Jewish Cooking: Recipes and Customs for Today’s Kitchen, for a fresh look at starting the day with Jewish flavor.

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