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Iris Nights
Los Angeles
The speakers are primarily photographers and photo editors who expand on the themes of the exhibits of the Annenberg Space for Photography. They have ranged from Pulitzer prize winning photojournalists, to sports photographers, to fine arts masters to celebrity photographers such as Leonard Nimoy and Nikki Sixx. They’ve also offered presentations by notables and subjects of photos such as Charlize Theron, model Amber Valletta and athlete Laila Ali. The current lectures are by photographers who work in digital and manual photo manipulation. More >>

The Writer's Room: Kelly Marcel and Scott Neustadter
Wed, Sep 3, 2014
West Hollywood
Love books but hate literary events? Introducing The Writer's Room with Reza Aslan, a refreshing and long overdue take on the typically staid literary event. Reza talks to Dustin Lance Black (J Edgar, Milk) and Craig Borten (Dallas Buyers Club) who have shined a bright light on LBGT issues - all while not making LBGT-specific, but Oscar winning films. More >>

From Hate to Hope
Sun, Sep 7, 2014
Los Angeles
A hate crime victim and a former hate crime perpetrator will hold a special dialogue. Twenty years ago, Matthew was a young teenager who was disowned by his family for being gay - he now works as a manager at the MOT. Tim was a former neo-Nazi who speaks of his experiences at the MOT. Through meeting and conversation, they realized that years ago Matthew had been victimized by Tim’s gang. Theirs is the remarkable story of reconciliation between the perpetrator and the victim of a hate crime. From Hate to Hope is held monthly on the first Sunday of the month. More >>

Shirley MacLaine
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
Costa Mesa
The Academy Award®-winning actress, dancer and author will share with the audience a montage of memorable film moments and private revelations about her extraordinary life, career and spiritual journey. More >>

Gene Kelly: The Legacy - An Evening with Patricia Ward Kelly
Mon, Sep 29, 2014-Tue, Sep 30, 2014
Laguna Beach
Patricia Kelly’s compelling presentation combines rare and familiar film clips, previously unreleased audio recordings, personal memorabilia, and insights culled from her hours of interviews and conversations with her husband. This special live program makes for a remarkable experience praised as “a real treat” by Variety and hailed as “deeply moving” and “mesmerizing.” More >>

From Hate to Hope
Sun, Oct 5, 2014
Los Angeles
A hate crime victim and a former hate crime perpetrator will hold a special dialogue. Every first Sunday of the month (normally). More >>

Neil deGrasse Tyson
Mon, Feb 9, 2015
Los Angeles
The host of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, best-selling author, and the Director of the Hayden Planetarium has guided the Ship of the Imagination to transport viewers to the nucleus of an atom, and the farthest reaches of the universe as he explores humanity's quest for understanding. Each event features an engaging multi-media presentation bringing the expanses of modern science direct to audience members, and engages them in a Q&A that rivals the presentation itself. More >>

Leonard Nimoy
Fri, Apr 10, 2015
Los Angeles
CAP UCLA artistic and executive director Kristy Edmunds sits down with a man who is a living archive of creative influence. They’ll share insight into Nimoy’s Vincent (which he performed himself for many years), his own expansive creative practice and the value of art in the world. More >>