Bob Dylan’s American Journey, 1956–1966
February 7 – June 8, 2008
The Bob Dylan exhibit that is part of the music experience is coming to Los Angeles in a couple months and will be here for a few months.
This acclaimed exhibition follows Bob Dylan from his beginnings in Hibbing, Minnesota to his debut on the Greenwich Village folk scene and his rise to fame as one of the first true rock stars and the artist who “electrified” contemporary songwriting. Visitors will be amazed by the exhibition’s unprecedented collection of films, artifacts, and listening stations, as they discover Dylan’s story intersecting with folk music, rock ‘n’ roll, and a nation in the throes of social change. Photo by Barry Feinstein.
$7 Seniors and Full-Time Students
$5 Children 2-12
Free to Members and Children under 2
Free to all on Thursdays
Includes admission to all other exhibitions
This exhibition is organized by Experience Music Project, Seattle Washington, and is presented at the Skirball by Steve Tisch. Photo by Barry Feinstein.