HILBERT MUSEUM SPECIAL EVENTS: SUMMER 2019
EVERY THURSDAY AT 11am - Tour of the Hilbert Museum led by founder Mark Hilbert (when available) and director Mary Platt.
Free and open to the public – no reservation necessary unless you are bringing a group of 20 or more (call 714-516-5880 to reserve for large groups).
TUESDAY, JULY 9 at 6 pm — Jean Stern: “Highlights of the Gardena High School Collection” FREE - No ticket required! In conjunction with the current exhibition “GIFTED: Collecting the Art of California at Gardena High School, 1919-1956,” the Hilbert Museum is pleased to present Jean Stern, Senior Curator of California Impressionism at the UC Irvine Institute and Museum for California Art and Director Emeritus of The Irvine Museum, who will present an illustrated talk on highlights of this outstanding collection. The museum will remain open for half an hour following the talk so you may explore the exhibition.
SATURDAY, JULY 27 at 5:30 pm — HILBERT FOR KIDS: “Once Upon a Creative Path” with children’s author Paula Hasler — FREE! Recommended for grades K-3. All children must be accompanied by a parent or other adult guardian. Join kids’ writer Paula Hasler as she reads from her new book Once Upon a Creative Path, which tells the story of how a little girl discovers her own pathway to creativity. There’ll be a coloring activity and a chance to meet the author and get your book signed. Books will be on sale at the event.
Programs, dates and artists are subject to change.