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LACP Outreach Program

© Kevin Weinstein


LACP is committed to elevating and promoting image-driven creative practices through education, programming, and exhibitions online and in person. To better serve various communities across Los Angeles, LACP is partnering with non-profits to design compelling, photography-driven educational experiences.

If you are interested in connecting with LACP, please email

If you would like to help support the program, consider making a donation to LACP.

As a thriving creative network that operates across Los Angeles and nationwide, we seek to engage and empower individuals and communities through visual literacy, self-expression and creative pursuits. We join forces with non-profits, schools and arts organizations to design compelling programs, pedagogical initiatives and partnerships to benefit broader audiences.

LACP now offers photography workshops and experiences in collaboration with various organizations across Los Angeles, including the Children’s Institute, Inglewood Parks and Rec and Arts at Blue Roof. Offerings include free community events, summer workshops and afterschool programs. Each workshop culminates with a public program to share the students’ work with their community and the wider world.

LACP’s Outreach Program is partially supported by The Sugarshack Fund.

“Programs such as these are rarely found in our communities. It is really amazing to be able to provide our kiddos with these opportunities!”

Outreach 1
© Amy Gaskin

You don’t need to live near Los Angeles to benefit from LACP. No matter how you define your relationship to photography- LACP will help energize your passion, refine your vision, and bring your work to a broader audience.”

Outreach 2
Amy Gaskin

“LACP supports, elevates, and inspires image makers through workshops, exhibitions, lectures, and so much more. It provides a conscientious heartbeat to our community by acknowledging the need for diversity and equity in the arts.”


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