Enjoy one-of-a-kind art projects themed around Skirball exhibitions. Reinforcing the values of collaboration, community, and caring for the world around us, projects will ignite the imaginations of your family members, whether they are 2 or 102!
Calling all aspiring archaeologists to the Skirball’s dig site! With the help of the archaeological staff in an outdoor field laboratory, discover what we have in common with people who lived centuries ago.
Get a real feel for the ancient world! Be on the lookout for a cart that will pop up near the main lobby on Sundays. Visitors of all ages are invited to touch actual ancient artifacts and discover the many things that connect us to the past.
Los Cambalache, named after the Spanish word that means “exchange,” is an East LA–based group of musicians who play son jarocho—a style of music from Veracruz, Mexico, shaped by indigenous, Spanish, and African cultures.
Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday celebration continues for the final amphitheater performance of the season. A group of cabaret performers and an accompanist from Theater Source LA will take the stage to perform your favorite songs from West Side Story, Candide, and On the Town.
Sunday, September 30, 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. (Museum doors and Will Call open at 10:00 a.m.)
$5 General; FREE to Members and Children under 2
Bring in the fall harvest season and celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot at this daylong festival. With family and friends, explore the Skirball campus transformed into a socially conscious market, offering an assortment of locally sourced fare, craft beer, art activities, live music and dancing, and more. Program partners include Garden School Foundation, GrowGood, Huerta del Valle, and SÜPRMARKT LA.
$35 General (Adult or Child); $25 Members (Adult or Child)
Spend an evening with your favorite animal friends after hours aboard Noah’s Ark. Wear your PJs and play with puppets, tell stories, make new friends, and celebrate the fall. Enjoy a tasty dinner together and have loads of fun!