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Dec. 16, 2020
Join Vanessa Arizmendi, curatorial assistant at the Hammer, for this short and insightful discussion about artist Mario Ayala, as part of the Lunchtime Art Talk series on the exhibition. The program is...
Podcast
Dec. 15, 2020
Hear and Now is a new podcast that connects the incomparable library, art, and botanical collections at The Huntington with the wider world. Join host Giovana Romano Sanchez for a series of short audio...
Lecture
Dec. 10, 2020
This program explores how educators, librarians, curators, artists, writers, and students can harness the power of digital archives and storytelling at a time when many of us are missing the hands-on experience...
Video
Dec. 9, 2020
Join Lauren Mackler, co-curator of "Made in LA 2020: a version," for this short and insightful discussion about artist Diane Severin Nguyen, as part of the Lunchtime Art Talk series on the exhibition...
Verso
Dec. 9, 2020 by Usha Lee McFarling
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When Kelly Fernandez, head of the Herb and Shakespeare gardens, revived The Huntington’s Fiber Arts Day program in 2013 and saw expert craftspeople dyeing, spinning, and weaving fibers into incredible...
Verso
Dec. 2, 2020 by Kevin Durkin
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Home to gorgeous gardens, spectacular art, and stunning rare books and manuscripts, The Huntington also offers an impressive slate of programs ...
Video
Dec. 2, 2020
Nicholas Barlow, curatorial assistant at the Hammer Museum, talks with artist Monica Majoli about her part in the exhibition "Made in L.A. 2020: a version." The program is presented by the Hammer Museum
Lecture
Dec. 2, 2020
James P. Folsom, the Telleen/Jorgenson Director of the Botanical Gardens at The Huntington, shares insights into a lifetime spent exploring the intersections of botany, art, literature, and history. For...
Verso
Nov. 25, 2020 by Lisa Blackburn
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The poet John Keats called autumn a season of "mellow fruitfulness." It is a time of ripeness and abundance that completes a life cycle begun with the first buds of spring ...
Lecture
Nov. 19, 2020
Amy Stanley professor of history at Northwestern University introduces the vibrant social and cultural life of early nineteenth-century Japan through the story of an irrepressible woman named Tsuneno...
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Nov. 18, 2020 by Deborah Miller
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Last year, as part of the institution's Centennial Celebration, The Huntington awarded 100 free memberships to Los Angeles-area college students. This year? We awarded 500 ...
Lecture
Nov. 18, 2020
Namwali Serpell, professor of literature at Harvard, author of The Old Drift, and recent recipient of the Arthur C. Clarke award for the best science fiction novel published in the UK discusses the origins...

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