[ SESSIONS SCHEDULE ]
- FAMILY ACTIVITIES
- WALKING TOURS
Infuse the beauty of poetry and emotion with photography in a photowalk with photographer and artist Bil Brown.
Las Fotos Project’s teen photographers welcome you to bring your full self and join this interactive self-portrait making workshop.
In this family activity we will explore what plants have to teach us about migration, borders and our diverse identities utilizing a cyanotype photographic process.
A panel discussion moderated by MFON co-founders Laylah Amatullah Barryan and Adama Delphine Fawundu will feature contributing photographers sharing perspectives on photography and spirituality.
Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Pei Ketron. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.
Challenge your creativity to make photos unique to your visual signature.
Join Jacqueline Bates, photography director of The California Sunday Magazine as as she leads a tour of Photoville LA.
Join us for an afternoon of learning how to draw and collage with artist Cey Adams using the iconic images of Hip-Hop legends made by photographer Janette Beckman!
This panel will use coverage of the US/Mexico border as a case study to delve deeply into the issues photographers face while trying to work safely and effectively.
Join curator Vikki Tobak and photographer Janette Beckman as they share their exhibitions Contact High and The Mash Up, and visit many of their other favorites around Photoville LA.
Join Joseph Rodríguez, Ruben Martinez, Dr. Jesse De La Cruz, and Rubén Martínez for a powerful educational discussion on gang violence, juvenile justice and re-entry into Los Angeles communities.
Learn how to use harsh light to add depth to your photos through shadows in a photowalk with photographer Stephen Vanasco.
Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Chris Orwig. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.
This family activity will demonstrate step by step, how to make paper from mushrooms and recycled materials including dried flowers and newspapers.
This event is designed for actors of color who are interested in being photographed twice; once in the role they tend to get typecast, and again in their idea of a “dream” role.
Melanie Pullen’s talk will cover the taboo subjects that she explores in her work, including the self-imposed boundaries that she adheres to when delving into controversial subject matters and series.
Discover the elements of storytelling and learn how to apply it to photography with Leica Akademie Instructor Philip Cuenco in a photowalk designed to ignite your creativity.
Pete and Andrew will lead a walk along The Avenue of the Stars to the Century City Mall, and create a photo assignment to help extend your eye and street photography skills.
Join staff photographer Carolyn Cole as she leads a tour of California Calamities: A State of Emergency, as well as the 5 photographers to watch selected by The Los Angeles Times Photography Department.
Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Lauren Randolph. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.
Tour Photoville with Mengwen Cao, artist and co-curator of the exhibition by Authority Collective, a group of womxn, femmes, trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming people of color reclaiming their authority in the photography, film, VR/AR industries.
Sharing photos via social media is becoming the norm for photographers, but how do you effectively shoot, select, and edit for social media?
Past Tense: California is the first project from the archival storytelling project of The New York Times.
A conversation with Bruce T. Talamon on a decade-long project celebrating Soul, R&B, and Funk.
Join us at Photoville LA where we celebrate legendary New York street photographer Ricky Powell for a intimate conversation about his iconic images from the Golden Era of hip-hop.
Inspired Live provides a platform for a unique group of cross-disciplined artists and industry professionals to reveal their sources of inspiration.
Join us as two celebrated Photojournalists sit down for a conversation about their impactful work traversing the globe from the current humanitarian crises in Syria to U.S. Mexico immigrant crossings during the Trump administration.
Join Mimi Haddon and Aline Smithson for a workshop that celebrates play and imagination. Both instructors have a photographic legacy of considering the performative nature of photography by using costumes and props to create new realities.
Join photographer and educator Mary Mayer for an afternoon of exploring various classic cameras.
Have your portfolio reviewed by Leica Gallery Manager and Curator Paris Chong at the Leica Pavilion.
Push your creativity to make compelling imagery that stands out from the rest in a unique photowalk with photographer, film maker, and makeup artist Mynxii White.
Wet plate tintype portraits by local artists Michael Chylinsku and Brian Cuyler at the special price of $75 just for Photoville LA guests!
Let Lauren Koplowitz show you how slowing down & seeing beauty where others many not can create meaningful photos from the mundane.
Please join Adobe on an educational 90 minute Photo Walk led by Pei Ketron. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.
Join artist and activist Muna Malik as she hosts a workshop on portrait photography and discusses how photographers can use their practice to bridge cultural divides and cultivate greater inclusion and awareness of vulnerable and underrepresented communities.
Find the unusual in the ordinary with photographer as you go undercover in a street photography photowalk with photographer Mathieu Bitton.
Join Aline Smithson, artist and editor-in-chief of Lenscratch, as she leads a tour of her top exhibitions at Photoville LA.
Join us for our first-ever workshop dedicated to exploring the cameras we carry right in our pockets! We all have great cameras with us wherever we go, but how many of us use them to their fullest potential?
In this activity we will transform photographs into puzzle pieces by way of mysterious images and enigmatic locations. Every image will create a clue that adds to an immersive experience as we collectively generate the treasure trail.
Join Laura Roumanos and Katie Hollander for a behind-the-scenes tour of Photoville, featuring guest appearances by members of the team including the master behind all the container stacking and logistics!
Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Ford Lowcock. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you-your phone.