Upcoming Events

Explore a variety of public programming at the Annenberg Space for Photography and Skylight Studios, often featuring expert photographers and other notable guests.


Jan
29
Lecture
Ted Hyman shares experiences from his 35-year career designing sustainable buildings, including the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Headquarters in Agoura Hills and the J. Craig Venter Institute in La Jolla, and looks at the next generation of buildings.
Feb
5
Lecture
Walker Wells discusses how integrating an ecosystem awareness with the urban design process can enable communities to rise to the challenge of climate change.
Feb
12
Lecture
Stephen Wilkes shares his personal evolution as a photographer and focuses on a selection from his various bodies of personal work, including his documentary photography on Hurricane Katrina and Sandy.
Feb
19
Lecture
Henk Ovink discusses crises at the regional and urban scale, and how both design and politics are at the heart of the development of a more resilient future.
Feb
26
Lecture
Mia Lehrer discusses the transformation of Los Angeles’ relationship with water, including the growing momentum surrounding the Los Angeles River and the revitalization of infrastructure.
Mar
5
Lecture
Mark Holtzman speaks about the challenges of photographing out of a open window at over 100 mph while piloting an aircraft in order to create striking images of natural and man-made environments and share a unique perspective of daily life in California.
Mar
12
Lecture
Frances Anderton discusses the making of Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change and the lessons learned about resilient architecture in relation to climate change and coastal habitation.
Mar
19
Lecture
John Trotter discusses his photography project about the human alteration of the Colorado River, from its headwaters in the Rocky Mountains to the desiccated remains of its delta above the Gulf of California.
Mar
26
Lecture
Claire Harlan discusses the role of architecture in her work and how manmade landmarks and natural reference points influence our own personal landscapes.
Apr
2
Lecture
Magda Biernat shares work from her most recent projects, including photographs taken during her year-long travels from Antarctica to Alaska, and speaks about her personal exploration into the built environment and its impact on the natural world.

Hadley and Peter Arnold

Apr
16
Lecture
Using landscape photography from across the west and experimental geospatial modeling tools for metropolitan Los Angeles, Hadley and Peter Arnold explore promising possibilities for how humans can adapt to climate extremes in the 21st century.
Apr
23
Lecture
Kip Evans speaks about the changes he has seen in our oceans during his 30+ years of documentary-photography exploration, including a recent 17-day underwater assignment as an aquanaut with Mission 31.