A day-long seminar led by art historian Bonita Billman. Learn how Paris became the epicenter of the art world, the city's American students, and more.
Elizabeth Lay will discuss fashion, textiles, and American furniture, and more.
Art historian Elaine Ruffolo on the history of Venice, its role as an arts capital, and the art and architecture created within the city.
Sommelier Erik Segelbaum leads wine tasting, complete with a personal tasting kit.
Scholar George Scheper discusses interdisciplinary studies of the Maya, touching on political and social history as well as art, religion, and ecology.
Writer and poet Fiona Sampson discusses the life and work of England's renowned poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Artist Bonnie Fitzgerald leads an online tour of mosaics throughout the city.
Signers from Brazil, Berlin, and Washington D.C. demonstrate how to sign songs in different languages and share how they translate meaning, rhythm, and melody of music into movement and signed expression. A virtual event.
Bill Keene, using lots of pictures, will discuss how L.A. became the city it is today.
Volcanologist Kirt Kempter discusses Copper Canyon and the Sierra Madre Occidental origin story (hint: Volcanoes are involved).
Paul Glenshaw reprises four popular lectures from his daytime series, Art + History, with new insight.
Nature writer Jon Dunn discusses his book The Glitter in the Green, which documents his travels from Alaska to South America following hummingbirds.