Programs at The Magnes

Ann Hamilton’s Acoustic Tower Project, Geyserville, CA (July 2009)

The Magnes educational and public programs include tours, lectures, artist talks and scholarly symposia, as well collaborations with local cultural and performing arts institutions.

Recurring

In Real Times. Arthur Szyk: Art & Human Rights (1926-1951)

The Magnes Collection of Jewish Life and Art 2121 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA

Arthur Szyk’s compelling political cartoons placed Nazi genocide, tyranny and racism on the covers of America’s most popular magazines during World War II. Highlighting how Szyk used his art to […]

Recurring

Time Capsules. The Magnes: 10 Years at UC Berkeley

The Magnes Collection of Jewish Life and Art 2121 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA

In celebrating a decade at UC Berkeley, The Magnes Collection's exhibition Time Capsules revisits ten exhibitions from this time. Each exhibition featured in Time Capsules is unique in exploring the […]

In Focus: Roman Vishniac 1922-2022

The Magnes Collection of Jewish Life and Art 2121 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA

The Magnes Collection and UC Berkeley's Center for Jewish Studies will co-host the annual Helen Diller Lecture, "In Focus: Roman Vishniac 1922-2022," an event celebrating the richness of the Roman […]

Additional Program Resources

Seder Plate [75.245]: Passover Seder plate engraved in honor of the 70th birthday of Louis Schlesinger (Racibórz, Poland, 1857)

Previous Programs

Explore The Magnes Collection’s broad range of educational and public programs.

Seymour Fromer

Program Recordings

Enjoy The Magnes Collection’s video archive of past programs including lectures, music performances, and curatorial conversations.

URAP Intern

Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP)

Offering an opportunity to earn academic credit and gain experience in the arts.