Not An Ostrich: And Other Images from America’s Library is now open! Make your plan to visit and see our schedule of upcoming programming.
A Conversation with Carol M. Highsmith and Anne Wilkes Tucker
Photographer Carol M. Highsmith and Not an Ostrich exhibit curator Anne Wilkes Tucker will discuss Highsmith’s decades-long project to photograph America with images from all 50 states.
Featuring Dorothy Counts
In 1957, at age 15, Dorothy Counts was greeted with jeers and taunts as she became the first African American to attend the all-white Harding High School in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Featuring Isadora Kosofsky, Darcy Padilla, and Renée C. Byer
Join us for an inspiring evening of conversation with five women whose long-form photojournalistic work was recently shown at the Visa Pour L’Image International Festival of Photojournalism.
Photo Field Trip
Travel back in time to Victorian-age Los Angeles with this next stop in our Photo Field Trip series.
A Conversation with Geoff Dyer and Sasha Waters Freyer
Two experts on the prolific photographer Garry Winogrand will offer their views and visions of his approach and achievements, sharing their work and their knowledge in an intriguing conversation.
Featuring Sharon Farmer, Eric Draper, and Lawrence Jackson, moderated by Jamelle Bouie
Three former White House photographers – Sharon Farmer, Eric Draper, and Lawrence Jackson – who span the Reagan, Bush, Clinton and Obama administrations, reflect on their time spent photographing United States Presidents.
Featuring Sascha Brown Rice
In this hands-on workshop, Emmy-nominated filmmaker Sascha Brown Rice will guide participants as they use old photographs to uncover their own personal histories.
Family Fun Day
Bring the whole family for a day at the Annenberg Space for Photography! Enjoy the exhibit and spend time with us in the park where there will be a medley of free activities to fill your afternoon.
A Conversation with Will Wilson and Amy Scott
Diné artist Will Wilson and Autry Museum Chief Curator Amy Scott’s dialogue will cover a broad range of subjects, including the ways indigenous people are taking back the representation of their own cultures through art and photography.
A Conversation with Donna Ferrato and Nona Willis Aronowitz
Photographer Donna Ferrato – whose image “Behind Closed Doors” (1982) elevated awareness of domestic violence abuse in the United States – speaks with author and editor Nona Willis Aronowitz, whose own work covers similar subjects.
Featuring Ceci Bastida, Ernesto Yerena Montejano, Adriana Monsalve, moderated by Melissa del Bosque
Ceci Bastida, Ernesto Yerena Montejano, Adriana Monsalve will engage in a timely panel discussion on the border narrative (historical and present day) from both sides of the fence, between the United States and Mexico.
A Conversation with Camilo José Vergara and Christopher Hawthorne
A chronicler of societal shifts in changing urban landscapes, photographer Camilo José Vergara will speak to these issues with former Los Angeles Times architecture critic – and newly appointed Chief Design Officer for the City of Los Angeles – Christopher Hawthorne.
Featuring Damon Winter, Chip Somodevilla, and Carolyn Kaster, moderated by Ben LaBolt
Photojournalists Damon Winter (The New York Times), Chip Somodevilla (Getty Images), and Carolyn Kaster (Associated Press) have all covered recent presidential campaigns, including those of Howard Dean, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump.