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In its first week open for in-person programming, Wallis Annenberg GenSpace has been featured in several local news outlets.
Week one is underway at Wallis Annenberg GenSpace! We officially opened our doors to the public on Monday, April 25 and are offering exciting new pilot programs to visitors.
We simply would not be able to accomplish all that we do without our amazing volunteers – their work and commitment does not go unnoticed.
Wallis Annenberg GenSpace hosted the first installment of its pilot program, GenChats, as part of our effort to combat social isolation among older adults and to promote intergenerational conversations within the community.
A beautiful new art piece created by the internationally acclaimed art collective teamLab was recently installed in the Wallis Annenberg GenSpace.
Enjoy this collection of online classes, representing a well-rounded weekly schedule for aging well!
This week, Wallis Annenberg and Wallis Annenberg GenSpace were featured in the New York Times, as part of an introduction to the new Audrey Irmas Pavilion at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
In partnership with the Karsh Center, Wallis Annenberg GenSpace hosted a pop-up art and drawing event for older adults in the Koreatown community.
GenSpace and The Representation Project hosted a one-day photography program as the first installment of The Wisdom Series.
As Americans are living longer and the older adult population is rapidly growing, our new and unique Wallis Annenberg GenSpace “Aging Out Loud” conversation series brings vibrant discussions about aging out of the shadows and into the forefront of our public dialogue.
This month, several high profile architectural design publications gave a stunning overview of the new, Rem Koolhaas-designed Audrey Irmas Pavilion at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
We are thrilled to announce that Wallis Annenberg GenSpace has a panel under consideration for SXSW 2022‘s slate of incredible programming!
This summer, the Wallis Annenberg GenSpace is proud to host GenChats — an intergenerational program pairing Los Angeles high school students with older residents of Koreatown with for weekly conversations.
More than 100 Koreatown seniors and community members received vaccines today at the Karsh Center.
The Annenberg Foundation is thrilled to announce that the Wallis Annenberg GenSpace has found its new Director. She’s Jennifer Wong, PhD, MA.
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