Upcoming Programming

Notice:

The Annenberg Space for Photography has postponed our screenings of Lady Bird on March 26 and Lost in Translation on April 16. The Zine Making Workshop event, scheduled for April 4 at the Japanese American National Museum as part of LA Art Book Fair, as well as the Constructing Magical Spaces panel with Justin Bishop, Basil Walter, and Krista Smith, have also been postponed. We will update this page and future event listings as soon as possible.


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 lectures. Many programs are free or have nominal fees. Register now – our events fill up quickly!

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PAST PROGRAMMING

Check out our past programming page to see previous Annenberg events.


Candid Conversations:

Harry Benson and David Friend

It was 1985, in the West Wing of the White House, a short while before a State Dinner. An assistant went to fetch President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy while photographer Harry Benson set the stage.

Film Screening: The Farewell

A Series Exploring Representation and Heritage in Cinema

In celebration of Asian Pacific American month, the Annenberg Space for Photography presents The Farewell, a film that sheds light on the complex dynamics within an immigrant Chinese American family.

Film Screening: Queen Christina

A Series Exploring Representation and Heritage in Cinema

Based on the tale of the Swedish queen (played by Greta Garbo), or the "lesbian troublemaker” that attempted to bring peace and cultural cachet to her country, Queen Christina depicts a sovereign ruler who defies social conventions.

Film Screening: Jaws

A Series Exploring Representation and Heritage in Cinema

This Fourth of July, come feast your eyes on the greatest Great White of them all – Jaws! This timeless summertime thriller will be even more thrilling as this seafaring adventure comes to life on the our brand-new 18’ foot, 6K, micro-LED wall-sized display.