A public talk by photographer Gil Cohen-Magen
Gil Cohen-Magen presents his photographic study of the ultra-Orthodox in Israel, compiled in his recent book “Hasidic Courts.” This study is an expose of moments, surprises and impressions from the lives of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox, mostly anti-Zionist communities such as the Satmar Hassidic sect, and a rare glimpse into their beliefs and rituals. It provides a no-holds barred look through the lense at ceremonies and gatherings which have never been photographed by outsiders before. Cohen-Magen’s photographs are part of the current exhibition on Hasidic life at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Pay-per-space parking for Royce Hall can be found in Lot 5 or Lot 4
Parking Lot 5 (Closest to Royce)- $3/hr or $11/day
From Sunset Blvd., enter north campus at Royce Dr. (between Westwood Plaza and Hilgard Ave.). Proceed straight to Parking Structure 5, and proceed to level 6 for pay-per-space parking. This pay station accepts cash only. Cross footbridge on level 4 and follow signs to Royce Hall.
Handicapped parking for Royce Hall is available on level 4 for $4.00, but you must have a parking pass to enter. You may purchase a parking pass for level 4 at the kiosk at Westholme and Hilgard Avenues. The attendant will direct you from there to Parking Structure 5.
Parking Lot 4 - $3/hr or $11/day
From Sunset Blvd., enter north campus at Westwood Plaza and proceed straight to the underground parking structure. Pay stations will be located on the left-hand side. Lot 4 accepts cash and credit cards. This is the only lot that will accept credit card payments within the proximity of Royce Hall.
Cost: Free and open to the public
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