Paley Center Temporary Closing.

To Our Paley Center Community:

On March 15, the Centers for Disease Control issued a new recommendation advising that events and gatherings of 50 people or more be postponed for the next eight weeks. As such, we are now postponing the following PaleyLive events:

New York:
April 9: Girls Trip & First Wives Club: An Evening with Creative Powerhouse Tracy Oliver
April 14: Pat Mitchell & Friends: Being a “Dangerous Woman”
May 4: 50 Years of PBS

Los Angeles:
April 6: An Evening with Little America
April 13: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist: Screening and Conversation
May 1: An Evening with Gina Rodriguez and Diary of a Future President  

If you have purchased tickets to any of the New York events, please email and provide a contact where you can be reached. For Los Angeles, please email and provide a contact where you can be reached.


As announced earlier:

In light of the most recent news developments, and out of an abundance of caution, the Paley Center closed our New York building and our offices in New York and Los Angeles starting Friday, March 13 at 5:00 pm through Tuesday, March 31, with the possibility of a lengthier closure. While there are no cases of COVID-19 connected to the Paley Center, this action was strictly taken as a precaution to help contain the spread of the disease, and to ensure the continued safety of our visitors and staff.  As a result of this decision, all public programs scheduled during this period was postponed.

March 14: Paley Family event The Boss Baby: Back in Business
March 17: Paley Live event Celebrating Kerry Washington: Conversation and Exclusive Preview Screening of Little Fires Everywhere
March 30: The Paley Honors Celebrating Tom Selleck

We encourage you to prepare yourself with as much information as possible on COVID-19. Useful resources include:

We appreciate your understanding during this challenging time, and we will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide additional updates as they become available.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Paley Center when we reopen in the near future.

The Paley Center for Media