April 2, 6-9pm
Pro'jekt LA Part One - Broad Strokes, An official MOPLA projection
Leica Gallery LA, 8783 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048
Through Pro'jekt LA, MOPLA's very own projection series, photography will be projected on walls and outdoor spaces throughout Los Angeles during April. Pro'jket LA Part One features female photographic luminaries shooting a wide array of subject matter. Participating artists include Jessica Fulford-Dobson, Alice Mann, Diane Meyer, Lauren Pisano, Meg Griffiths and Evi Lemberger.
April 14, 6-9pm
PRO'JEKT LA PART Two - Downtown art walk, AN OFFICIAL MOPLA PROJECTION
Wiznu Studios, 710 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Also on view, Pro’jekt LA Part Two of MOPLA’s projection series features photographers whose works give unique insight and perspective into international issues and global themes covering humanitarianism, photojournalism, documentary photography, and more.
April 21, 6:30-9:30pm
Pro'jekt LA Part Three - Instagram Jam, An official mopla projection
Smashbox Studios, 8549 Higuera St., Culver City, CA 90232
Pro’jekt LA Part Three of MOPLA’s projection series features artists who were selected through an open call on Instagram. The selected photographs aim to represent the intersection of the LA photo community and the social media community used to share and access it.
April 23, 7:00-10:00pm
PRO'JEKT LA PART FOUR - MOPLA OPEN CALL & ASMP LA, AN OFFICIAL MOPLA PROJECTION
SAGE Projects, 300 S. Anderson Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033
Pro’jekt LA Part Four of MOPLA’s projection series features a selection of images submitted to this year's call for participation by photographers worldwide, in addition to images from current ASMP LA members, curated by Yasmin Alishav.
Raleigh Studios Hollywood, Photo Independent
April 29 - May 1, 2016
PRO'JEKT LA PART Five - Connections, AN OFFICIAL MOPLA PROJECTION
Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave, Hollywood, CA 90038
On view throughout the weekend of Photo Independent, Pro’jekt LA Part Five – Connections features a media presentation curated by Visura and Scott Thode. The show will explore how we connect to the humans, objects, environments, and world around us.