The GRAMMY Museum is committed to cultivating musical awareness and appreciation through its community efforts. By bringing a diverse sampling of panels, guests can network, as well as expand their knowledge of the history and business of music.
The GRAMMY Museum’s Community Engagement Department brings music’s past, present, and future to the doorsteps of our diverse communities.
Affiliate Program • Year-round
To further its education initiatives and mission, the GRAMMY Museum seeks to engage like-minded cultural institutions, both universities and cultural centers, in a collaborative and unique approach to arts education and outreach through its affiliate program. As a GRAMMY Museum affiliate, institutions will have access to GRAMMY Museum exhibitions, educational initiatives, research programs, internship opportunities, collaborative marketing and promotions, technical support for interactive displays, and much more.
Interested in becoming an affiliate? Reach out to Kait Nader at email@example.com
Backstage Careers with the LA Urban League • Year-round
The Los Angeles Urban League’s Backstage Careers Program will provide union-approved training to diverse young adults, while facilitating unique access to mentors and opportunities to learn specialized craft and trade skills from industry professionals who are masters in their respective fields. The GRAMMY Museum will work to connect the Urban League to organizations who can offer placements for youth taking part in the program.
City Sounds • Quarterly • Public but requires RSVP
Sounds of LA is a quarterly concert series highlighting the diverse local music that Los Angeles has to offer while seeking to establish the GRAMMY Museum as a supporter of the vibrant local music scene in Los Angeles. Each concert will feature several musical acts from a neighborhood of LA, highlighting a different community each program. Further, each concert will be paired with an enrichment event/activity to happen in the highlighted neighborhood. By hosting local bands at the museum, we are giving them a new platform and are able to cross-pollinate audiences: exposing museum supporters to new local artists and attracting new audiences to the museum itself.
Girl Scout Programs • Bi-Annual
The GRAMMY Museum will welcome Girl Scouts from around Southern California to participate in a speed mentoring session with women from across the music industry.
LGBTQ Outreach • GRAMMY Week
Full-day panel discussions focused on, among other issues, how a new wave of LGBTQ artists are promoting freedom of expression and greater understanding for younger generations. Panel produced in partnership with the Recording Academy, Ally Coalition, GLAAD and Out Magazine.
Sensory Friendly Saturdays • Monthly • Public but requires RSVP
In an effort to increase access to our interactive, educational space for those with sensory sensitives, the GRAMMY Museum hosts Sensory Sensitivity Saturdays the first Saturday of every month. During each event, the Museum becomes a more sensory-friendly environment for patrons of all ages and abilities and their families. Programming includes less crowding, quieter sound levels, lower lighting, free admission to the GRAMMY Museum, and more! Guests are invited to enjoy the Museum’s exhibits however they please. All ages and siblings welcome. The GRAMMY Museum is also working towards becoming a Certified Autism Center.
Tuesday Night Record Club • Quarterly • Public but requires RSVP
Started by GRAMMY Museum Affiliate Monmouth University, it’s just like book club but with albums! Join other music enthusiasts to discuss some of the greatest records of all-time! Listen to the album beforehand and then come prepared to discuss… there will be special guest moderators and panelists at each event!
Women and Music • GRAMMY Week
The GRAMMY Museum will host a day of panels to encourage and celebrate the development and success of women in the music industry and the ways in which they are impacting their communities through music. The day will include conversations with women in all facets of the industry, including producers, songwriters, artists, label heads, entertainment lawyers and other leading industry professionals.
Union Rescue Mission “Girl Talk” programs • Quarterly • Public but requires RSVP
In partnership with the Union Rescue Missions “Girl Talk” program, the GRAMMY Museum will host quarterly career development panels for teenage women experiencing homelessness.
Attendance at Public Programs so far.
Presented programs with artists such as Shawn Mendes, Nile Rodgers, Leon Bridges and more.
Through its community efforts, The GRAMMY Museum brings panels together to enhance music appreciation. With a diverse and broad base, guests can network and foster their knowledge of the history and business of music.
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Prior to the Museum opening its doors in 2008, our Public Programs department started producing events off-site. Since then, we’ve produced national events in New York City, Washington, D.C., Tulsa, Austin, and various locations throughout Southern California. Our calendar of eclectic offerings has something for everyone.