Learn something new at the Skirball! Our enrichment classes feature expert instructors and a friendly and welcoming environment to flex your creativity, explore history and culture, ask questions, and gain insights into Skirball collections and exhibitions.
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Tuesdays, September 26–November 7, 12:00–2:00 pm (no class October 24)
Experiment with in-class writing prompts, give and receive supportive feedback, and take your work to the next level in a welcoming small-group environment.
Tuesdays, September 26, October 10 and 24, November 7 and 21, and December 5, 7:30–9:00 pm (PT)
Share insights, personal memories, and connections during these thoughtful movie discussions. The fall series is inspired by the upcoming Skirball exhibition RECLAIMED: A Family Painting which traces a family's quest to take back what was stolen from them during World War II.
Wednesdays, September 27–November 1, 10:30 am–12:00 pm (PT)
Celebrate great artworks in Western history depicting Jewish religious themes, including the art of Johann Carl Loth whose work plays a central role in the original Skirball exhibition RECLAIMED: A Family Painting.
Wednesdays, September 27–November 1, 1:00–3:00 pm
Learn about the storied life of Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim, and peek behind the curtain of his most beloved and celebrated musicals in this new class.
Wednesdays, October 11–November 15, 7:30–9:00 pm PT
Explore some of the most influential musicians, composers, songwriters, and rabble-rousers who have impacted how we see the world and how we can change it for the better.