Walking Tour with Carolyn Cole, The Los Angeles Times

Sunday, April 28th | 2PM

Meet at Info Booth West

All walking tours are free and are open to all.


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.

Make sure to visit LA Times’ exhibition California Calamities: A State of Emergency as well as 5 photographers to watch selected by the Los Angeles Times Photography Department: Roberto “Bear” Guerra’s A Possible River, Malike Sidibe’s Portraits Series, Jessica Pons’ Rolling Through Life, Isadora Kosofsky’s Senior Love Triangle and Stuart Palley’s UNDER THE STARS.


Carolyn Cole headshot

Carolyn Cole has covered national and international news for The Los Angeles Times for many years. Her work on the civil crisis in Liberia won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. Cole is a two-time winner of the Robert Capa Gold Medal from the Overseas Press Club of America and has also earned four World Press Photography awards. Previously based in New York, Carolyn recently moved back to California where she is focusing more on environmental issues.