• Blue wall with the words "I'll Have What She's Having" The Jewish Deli displayed on a neon sign

    Public Tour—The Jewish Deli

    Tuesday–Friday, 1:00 pm
    Saturday–Sunday, 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

    $18 General; $15 Seniors, Full-Time Students with ID, and Children over 12*; $13 Children 2–12; FREE to Members and Children under 2; FREE to all on Thursdays; Advance timed-entry reservations required; Includes The Jewish Deli, Talking Back to Power, and general admission

    Join us for a docent-led tour of “I’ll Have What She’s Having”: The Jewish Deli and spend an hour with a guided exploration of the history and impact of the Jewish deli on American life. Spend time after the tour visiting Talking Back to Power: Projects by Aram Han Sifuentes or exploring The Jewish Deli further.

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  • A series of colorful banners hanging from the ceiling in a gallery space

    Public Tour—Talking Back to Power

    Tuesday–Sunday, 2:30 pm

    $18 General; $15 Seniors, Full-Time Students with ID, and Children over 12*; $13 Children 2–12; FREE to Members and Children under 2; FREE to all on Thursdays; Advance timed-entry reservations required; Includes Talking Back to Power, The Jewish Deli, and general admission

    Join us for a docent-led tour of Talking Back to Power: Projects by Aram Han Sifuentes and spend an hour exploring the multimedia artworks inspired by the artist’s family history and social practice.  

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  • Three people kneeling down over a banner outside next to a hanging banner that says, "Stop Repeating History"

    Protest Banner Workshops

    Includes Materials and a Spotlight Tour

    Saturday, August 20, 12:30–3:30 pm

    FREE

    Learn a skill to amplify your voice for good during an intergenerational protest banner–making workshop! Part of artist Aram Han Sifuentes's ongoing project Protest Banner Lending Library, this afternoon program includes a curator spotlight talk, a slogan development activity, and instruction and materials to create a no-sew fabric banner appliquéd with your own meaningful message. This activity is recommended for participants ages 8 and up; all ages are welcome to attend.
     

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