Upcoming Programming

The Annenberg Space for Photography offers over 50 programs a year, often themed around photography and our exhibits. Scroll below to view our current calendar, featuring workshops, panels, portfolio reviews and our acclaimed Iris Nights lecture series. Many programs are free or have nominal fees. Check back regularly for added programs and register now before they fill up!

Watch the video below to learn more about our Iris Nights lecture series:


Anna Mia Davidson: Cuba: Black and White

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Anna Mia Davidson will discuss how her black-and-white photographs reflect the resilience, ingenuity, and spirit of the Cuban people.

Omar Z Robles Dance Workshop

with Jacob Jonas The Company

Photographer Omar Z Robles—whose recent series of Cuban ballerinas dancing the streets of Havana has been published worldwide—leads this latest #CamerasAndDancers workshop with Jacob Jonas The Company.

Michael Christopher Brown: Cuba After Fidel

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Michael Christopher Brown will discuss his ongoing “Paradiso” project, capturing the lives of Havana youth and the underground electronica music scene populated by “frikis.”

Family Fun Weekend

Saturday

Join us for a weekend of Cuban dance, group art activities, story-time hosted by Books and Cookies, face-painting by Rainbow Painted Smiles and interactive Latin musical and dance performances.

Family Fun Weekend

Sunday

Join us for a weekend of Cuban dance, group art activities, story-time hosted by Books and Cookies, face-painting by Rainbow Painted Smiles and interactive Latin musical and dance performances.

Havana Motor Club

Film Screening and Q & A

Havana Motor Club tells the story about Cuba's vibrant community of underground drag racers. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt.

Greg Kahn: Havana Youth

Iris Nights Lecture Series

The photographer Greg Kahn will discuss how youth identity in Cuba is rapidly evolving and redefining what it means to be Cuban.

Tria Giovan: The Cuba Archive: Photography from the 1990s

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Tria Giovan will discuss the process behind her decision to re-edit 450 of her images nearly 25 years after she originally visited Cuba, revealing how political changes altered the landscape she captured decades ago.

David Alan Harvey: Capturing Cuba

Iris Nights Lecture Series

David Alan Harvey’s discussion of his work in Cuba for National Geographic will be informed by his years instructing young photographers in New York City.

Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte & Tico Torres: Two Cubans and a Camera

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte and his husband, Tico Torres, will discuss the “Cubanidad” (or “Cuban-ness”) that is reflected in their photos and how, as Cuban-Americans, they’ve never forgotten their Cuban roots.

Lisette Poole: The Cuban Diaspora

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Lisette Poole will discuss her photographs and provide an intimate look at Cuba and its people, reflecting her experience as part of the diaspora and returning to her mother's homeland to document daily life on the island.

Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: On Cuba & Collaboration

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb will show and discuss work from a number of projects, beginning with their first collaborative book, Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba.