More Than A Venue.
A Cultural Crown Jewel.

Extraordinary in its stature and ambitious in its vision, the Audrey Irmas Pavilion beckons Angelenos to gather – for celebration and community. Located adjacent to the historic sanctuary of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Koreatown, the Pavilion is a standing testament to the civic and religious, to the historic and contemporary – a gift to all who delight in the joy of gathering.

Designed to host religious and cultural activities, celebrations, and performances, the Pavilion is defined by a series of harmonious gathering spaces – each with distinct scale and spatial character – stacked one atop another. The Grand Ballroom, a smaller chapel/event space, and a sunken roof garden intersect, creating a series of light-filled openings and exquisitely framed views in and out of each space.

The Audrey lrmas Pavilion is also home to the Annenberg Foundation’s newest initiative, Wallis Annenberg GenSpace, a community space for older Angelenos.

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