Public Programs

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

For the past two years, A+P has collaborated with the California African American Museum on a program series called Points of Access. The series was developed as an outlet for artists of all stages to receive practical information on creating a sustainable career and practice for themselves. This year, Points of Access is focusing on a central theme: Documentation.

In partnership with CAAM, the second installment of a four-part series exploring documentation as an intentional and value-driven process looks at the importance of audio for artists. The evening will feature a moderated panel of speakers from various audio backgrounds such as podcasting, radio, field recording, sound artistry, and sonic archiving who all use sound as a means for documenting processes, ideas, people, or events.

This program will be taking place virtually via Vimeo Livestream. This means that anyone interested in attending this program from anywhere in the world is welcome, all you need is an internet connection!

Please RSVP HERE and the information for attending the program will be emailed to all of those on the list.