At the Skirball, learning means connecting to arts and culture, to history and the world, and most of all, to one another. Whether you’re a school teacher, an adult learner, or a parent, choose from the Skirball’s array of educational programs—all designed to engage hearts as well as minds; inspire participation, collaboration, and wonder; and illuminate the stories, values, and experiences that connect people and communities.


Donor Support

The Roslyn and Abner Goldstine School Programs at the Skirball Cultural Center are made possible by generous support from:

The Ahmanson Foundation
The Herb Alpert Foundation
Attias Family Foundation
Howard Banchik
The Capital Group Companies
The Walt Disney Company
Evelyn M. and Norman Feintech Family Foundation
Marianna and David Fisher
The Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation
The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation
The John and Marcia Goldman Foundation
Roslyn and Abner Goldstine
Hellman Foundation
Myna and Uri Herscher Family Foundation
Hirsch Family Foundation
Marlene Louchheim
Melanie and Richard Lundquist
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
The Rose Hills Foundation
Specialty Family Foundation
Dwight Stuart Youth Fund
Philip and Alyce de Toledo Fund
The Wasserman Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
Windsong Trust
Winnick Family Foundation

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School Programs Report 2021–2022

Learn about the Skirball’s reintroduction of in-person school programs as well as our new downloadable Visions and Values Curriculum. Click on the image to open a full-screen view.

School Programs Mid-Year Report 2021

Read this mid-year report about our award-winning free curriculum, Noah’s Ark at the Skirball: The Art of Imagination. Click on the image to open a full-screen view.