Dream, Reality, Future: Ethiopian-Israelis from Operation Moses to the Present

Gindi Auditorium 15600 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles

Operation Moses: Thirty Years Later, a film based on Beit Hatfutsot’s seminal exhibition, tells the story of five individuals, their aspirations and achievements. Its universal resonance is engrossing and timely with many countries facing the challenge of immigration and integration. Oshra Friedman, Deputy Director-General, Authority for the Advancement of the Status of Women, and the […]

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Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts: Discussions in Contemporary Art

The Sperber Community Library 15600 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles

Presented by the Soraya Sarah Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts, the annual lecture series returns! This year, we will focus on issues relating to contemporary art, with a distinct focus on Los Angeles and, more broadly, the West Coast. Email arts.aju@aju.edu to register or click here. Anuradha Vikram, Artistic Director, 18th Street Arts Center, […]

Nazarian Program In The Fine Arts: Discussions In Contemporary Art, Part II

307, American Jewish University 15600 Mulholland Dr., Los Angeles

Photographic Landscapes and Hidden Cities: Image-Based Technologies and Journeys Into the West Coast Presented by the Soraya Sarah Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts, the second lecture of the series continues to focus on issues relating to contemporary art, centering on Los Angeles and, more broadly, the West Coast. Email arts.aju@aju.edu to register or click […]

$10

Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts: Discussions in Contemporary Art, Part III

American Jewish University 15600 Mullholland Drive, Bel Air

Dr. Matthew Schum: Curating at Large PRESENTED BY THE SORAYA SARAH NAZARIAN PROGRAM IN THE FINE ARTS, THE THIRD LECTURE OF THE SERIES CONTINUES TO FOCUS ON ISSUES RELATING TO CONTEMPORARY ART, CENTERING ON LOS ANGELES AND, MORE BROADLY, THE WEST COAST. Los Angeles writer Matthew Schum (PhD, UCSD) will discuss curating beyond institutional confines […]

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Cross Sections: A Day of Art Events at AJU

Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden 15600 Mulholland Drive, Bel Air

Enjoy a Sunday of thought-provoking encounters at our beautiful campus! Join for one event or stay for all! RSVP here: arts@aju.edu At 10am, Rose Prevezer will guide you through the Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden, one of LA’s best kept secrets including works by Sol LeWitt, Jenny Holzer, Charles Ginnever, Anthony Caro, and more.  […]

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Conversations in Sculpture

Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden 15600 Mulholland Drive, Bel Air

Throughout this series, the Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden will become an inspiring field for engagements in and around the works, as well as the surrounding area.   Followed by a brief historical and contextual introduction, writers, poets, and thinkers will be invited to respond to the various pieces in the Garden. Presenters will […]

Cross Sections, Part II: A Morning of Art Events

American Jewish University 15600 Mullholland Drive, Bel Air

Sunday, June 2 | 11am-1pm RSVP: arts@aju.edu Suggested donation: $15 Free Parking Spend a Sunday morning at our beautiful campus. Come for one event or stay for all! 11am | Conversations in Sculpture with Jonathan Ames Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden Part II in Conversations in Sculpture, our annual series in which writers, poets, and […]

Conversations in Sculpture

Experience interactions between writers and pieces from the Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden.          Sunday August 4, 11:00 am                                                                  […]

Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts: Discussions in Contemporary Art, Jori Finkel

We are delighted to welcome Jori Finkel to AJU, as the first speaker for this year's series of lectures, Discussions in Contemporary Art. Organized by the Soraya Sarah Nazarian Program in the Fine Arts, the series continues to focus on issues relating to contemporary art, centering on Los Angeles, and, more broadly, the west coast. Jori Finkel’s […]

$10