Thursday, August 25, 2016

LOOK: Some Great Programs On Tap For The Fall!

For Rock & Roll Fans...
Don't miss the National Museum of American Jewish History's exciting lineup of fall programs in conjunction with the special exhibition Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution, opening on September 16. 

Sunday, September 18, 2 - 8 pm
Featuring WMGK's John DeBella, with Bill Graham's sons, David and Alex Graham, former wife and concert poster artist Bonnie MacLean, and more. Full schedule online.

Presented with WMGK and WMMR.

$36/$25 Members
Includes all panels, meet-and-greet reception with presenters, and private after-hours exhibition access
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Wednesday, October 19 at 7 pm
Join legendary Philadelphia-based concert and tour promoter Larry Magid as he shares personal insights into his six-decade career in the music industry that began on the street corners of West Philadelphia and left an indelible mark on concert history. Moderated by WHYY Arts and Culture reporter Peter Crimmins.

This series has been anonymously endowed by a friend of the Museum and admirer of all Dreamers and Doers.
Media Sponsor: WHYY

$18/$15 Members
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For Politics Enthusiasts...
Thursday, September 29 at 7 pm
Featuring Penn professors John J. DiIulio, John Lapinski, and Melissa Wilde, with Jane Eisner, Editor In Chief of The Jewish Daily Forward. Moderated by Dick Polman, National Political Columnist, NewsWorks/WHYY.

Presented with Penn's Jewish Studies Program and Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, the National Constitution Center, and sponsored by the Arlene and Stanley Ginsburg Family Foundation.

$8/Free for NMAJH and NCC Members and PennCard holders
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For Film Lovers...
Thursday, September 22
Join us to celebrate this global initiative of filmmakers and Museum OPEN artists, Tiffany Shlain and Ken Goldberg. Drop in throughout the day for screenings of their short films, including The Making of A Mensch, and learn how you can participate in their Museum film project.

Free with Museum Admission
No advance registration required

Rock Docs with World Cafe Live and WXPN
Join us for a cinematic celebration of the rock and roll revolution of the '60s and '70s with its flower power, youth, and psychedelic music, through these classic concert docs. Curated by longtime film critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Carrie Rickey, in conjunction with the special exhibition Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution.

The Last Waltz with WXPN on Wednesday, November 30
6 pm: Special Highs in the 70s Hangout at the Museum with WXPN's Dan Reed
7 pm: Film (USA, 1978, 117 min., Dir. Martin Scorsese)

Monterey Pop with World Cafe Live on Thursday, December 8
6 pm: World Cafe Live Party at the Museum
7 pm: Film (USA, 1968, 79 min., Dir. D.A. Pennebaker)

$15 General Admission
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Click here for a full list of programs in conjunction with the special exhibition Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution. For a list of all of our Fall programs, please see our web calendar.

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