Drawing on Jewish values and tradition, the Skirball presents a wide array of public programs for people of all cultural backgrounds. Explore our upcoming offerings below and join us for experiences that promote hope, discovery, and connection.
Friday, September 29–Friday, October 6
Throughout the week of September 29–October 6, visit the Skirball sukkah—installed in the courtyard behind the main lobby—to enjoy your lunch or to spend time with your family.
Sunday, October 1, 2:00 pm
Join beloved food writer and social media star Jake Cohen in conversation with actor-comedian Alex Edelman to learn about Jake's much-anticipated new cookbook, I COULD NOSH: Classic Jew-ish Recipes Revamped for Every Day. Then, gather in the Skirball Sukkah for a little nosh from his recipes!
Wednesday, October 4, 7:00 pm
Hold space for the victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting—the deadliest antisemitic attack in American history—with a documentary film screening that tells the stories of those affected by the attack and brings into sharp focus the hate-based rhetoric that threatens the fabric of our society.
Thursday, October 19, 7:30 pm
Hear from Anne Berest about her autobiographical novel, The Postcard, which details how she reconnected with her Jewishness through an investigation into the lives of her relatives killed at Auschwitz. In conversation with literary curator Louise Steinman.
Sunday, October 29, 10:00 am–3:00 pm
Examine the evolution and future of women's rights during this daylong event celebrating Ms. magazine's enduring commitment to feminism with the release of its new anthology, 50 Years of Ms.