San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us from 7:30-9:00 pm, Thursday, June 6th as we celebrate the first chapter of a new monthly event, “The Los Angeles Times Photographer Series.” Our first evening welcomes Los Angeles Times photojournalist Michael Robinson Chávez.
Michael Robinson Chávez has been a photographer at The Los Angeles Times since 2007. Prior to that, he worked for The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and the Associated Press. He has covered wide-ranging international assignments in over 50 countries including: the Congolese Civil War, the quakes and tsunamis in Indonesia and Chile, the Egyptian revolution, life in India and Brazil’s slums, gold mining in Peru, the 2006 Hezbollah/Israeli war, the Georgian/Russian war in 2008, the conflict in Israel/Palestine and the US led invasion and occupation of Iraq.
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Los Angeles Center of Photography
The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) is a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization dedicated to supporting photographers and the photographic arts. The organization provides high-caliber classes, local and travel workshops, exhibitions, screenings, lectures and community outreach efforts, including grants, need-based scholarships, and focused programming for youth and low-income families. LACP also provides photography instruction for the Boys and Girls Clubs and personalized mentorship for Spark Program students.
Devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages, LACP offers nearly 150 classes and workshops each year with some of the most photographers in the world. Certificate programs are available in addition to a One-Year Professional Program. LACP supports its Members through one-person and group gallery exhibits in addition to producing four annual contests/exhibitions.