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:

Myles Little: One Percent: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Curator Myles Little (“a rising leader and visionary” according to The Huffington Post) will walk audiences through the genesis of his new project, its roots in MoMA’s historic Family of Man exhibit, and a slideshow of these extraordinary, timely images.

Renée C. Byer: Living on a Dollar a Day: The Lives and Faces of the World’s Poor

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Renée C. Byer will speak about her internationally acclaimed book, Living on a Dollar a Day: The Lives and Faces of the World’s Poor, which illuminates the stories of people living on the brink of survival and invites us to put an end to extreme poverty.

Planning for Success: The Business of Art

with A. McLean Emenegger

Art is a business – to attain your career goals, you must combine common sense and professional savvy.

Juliet Schor: Re-thinking Materialism: From competitive consumption to the eco-habitus

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Juliet Schor will discuss the consequences of a consumer culture obsessed with wealth and “fast fashion,” outlining a better path for society that is grounded in true materialism and ecological sanity.

Katy Grannan: The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Iris Nights Lecture Series

Katy Grannan screens her intimate and powerful film The Nine, then takes part in a Q&A with the audience.