Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much is admission to The Annenberg Space for Photography?
A: Admission to the exhibits at the Space is free. Some workshops, forums and other special events may require registration fees.
Q: How often does the photography on display change?
A: The major exhibits will change roughly every four to six months.
Q: How do I register for workshops and lectures?
A: Workshops, lectures and discussions featuring exhibiting artists and photographers are part of our ongoing programming. IRIS Nights, our Thursday lecture series, is free on a first-come, first-serve basis but advance reservations are required. The box office is open for the two most recent upcoming lectures though these typically sell out very quickly. Please visit the IRIS Nights page for more information.
Q: I registered online for one of your IRIS Nights lectures but the tickets were never sent to my email account?
A: If you receive a web page confirmation after registering for a lecture online but do not receive an email confirmation, your ticket(s) have most likely been reserved. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to ensure that your name is on the list of registrants for the event you signed up for. If your name appears on the registrants list, you are also allowed to provide your name to a staff member at the front desk on the day of the lecture rather than bring in a printed ticket.
Q: Am I able to attend an IRIS Nights lecture if it has already been sold out online?
A: Yes. Our lectures are very popular and sell out very quickly. However a standby option is available for those who would like to attend lectures that have sold out. We recommend that standby guests arrive at the Space between 5:30-6pm on the evening of the lecture. We suggest that those who wish to be placed on the standby list arrive between 5:30-6pm on the day of the lecture. It has been our experience that we are able to accommodate most standbys for each lecture.
Q: How do I cancel my IRIS Nights lecture ticket reservation?
A: If you have reserved a ticket to one of our IRIS Nights lectures and find that you are unable to attend, please notify us by email at email@example.com.
Q: Who designed the Space?
A: The Space was designed by DMJM, a subsidiary of AECOM. Any questions about the choices made in the Space can be answered by project architect Ramesh Laridjani. Ramesh can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How do I arrange a tour of the Space?
A: You may contact us by either phone or email and we will be happy to talk to you about arranging a tour.
Q: Whom do I contact about joint promotions or private events at the Space?
A: If you have questions about joint promotions or private events at the Space, please send an email to email@example.com. It will be answered promptly and/or forwarded to the correct person or department to be answered.
Q. I am a photographer and would love my work to be exhibited at the Space. How do I submit my work?
A. Because of overwhelming interest, we unfortunately cannot accept unsolicited submissions at this time. Submissions will only be accepted for review in the form of a website or digital lightbox. No original work will be accepted or reviewed. The Annenberg Space for Photography cannot assume responsibility for or returning of any artwork or materials sent.
Please email submissions with the following: name, contact information, website address or digital lightbox information:
Q: Where can I send my resume?
A: All inquiries regarding employment should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.