LOS ANGELES — “Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare” is an original exhibition created by and on loan from the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, and tailored for the Skirball Cultural Center under curator Cate Thurston.

The blacklist was the Hollywood studios’ response to the House Un-American Activities Committee, which called on many creatives to testify about allegations of communist propaganda in American films and affiliations with the Communist Party — which had a significant impact of the working lives of many in Hollywood.

The exhibition also features screenings of blacklist-related film, including 1952’s “High Noon” (June 23), which was written as an allegory for the blacklist.

The screening is free to WGA members.