Public Programs

Public programs include individual artist talks, panels, short film screenings, and exhibition walkthroughs. Programs are organized to coincide with museum-curated exhibitions on view at Art + Practice.


Artists and filmmakers Alile Sharon Larkin, Cauleen Smith, and dana washington, speak with Jheanelle Brown, Programs Manager at The Broad and co-curator of Time is Running Out of Time: Experimental Film and Video from the L.A. Rebellion and Today on the occasion of the exhibition. Larkin, Smith, and washington represent three generations of artists and filmmakers in Time is Running Out of Time. With Brown, they will discuss their aesthetic and sociopolitical concerns, the construction and deconstruction of form, their varied artistic and filmmaking practices, and the role of memory and representation in their work.

Join Art + Practice for a conversation with artists Alima Lee and Kya Lou about documenting Los Angeles. More information forthcoming.

Organized by CAAM and Art + Practice (A+P), the Points of Access series continues with a focus on artists and their need to build a sustained practice. In four public programs, CAAM and A+P welcome artists of all stages and genres to explore the many ways to navigate the art world at each point in their careers, and the lessons learned. Join us for the first program at CAAM with Karen Atkinson, founder and creator of the artist-run company and art project, Getting Your Sh*t Together. Atkinson will cover the basics and empower artists to develop sustainable and successful careers on their own terms. No prior knowledge is required and all are welcome.

Join Art + Practice for a conversation with artists and filmmakers Renata Cherlise and Russell Hamilton moderated by Darol Olu Kae. More information forthcoming.