We Are Part of the Landscape: Experimental Films Community Screening & Discussion
November 17 | November's installment of Women's Voices on Screen included the films 'Get Along', 'Blobfish', 'The Nonsense', 'Vomit II', 'The Reflex', and 'A Dream of Paper Flowers'.
The Oppressions of Tradition: Breaking Free Community Screening and Discussion
October 27 | October's installment of Women's Voices on Screen included the films 'Male & Female", 'Jazbaa: A Strong Will', 'Voices of the Forest: Thailand', & 'Avant Propos'.
Struggles and Triumphs of Stateless Women Community Screening and Discussion
September 22 | September's installment of Women's Voices on Screen included the films 'Heart on Fire', 'Berxen Kulek', and 'Thorns and Silk'.
2016 Student Culminating Exhibition
May 14 - July 29 | This exhibition showcases the best of our students' films, photographs, animations, comics, and mixed- and multi-media pieces from our award-winning Art Mentoring workshops. An opening reception held on May 14, 12–2pm included a family potluck and complimentary ice cream from our friends at Salt & Straw. See more photos from the opening reception here.
Power and Persistence: Grassroots Activists and Musicians in L.A. | Photographs by Warren Hill
June 12 – June 25 | This exhibit, co-organized by Venice Arts and Liberty Hill Foundation, introduced the environmental portraits Warren Hill has been taking since 2012 of members of grassroots community organizing groups in Los Angeles and of jazz and blues musicians performing in and around L.A.
June 23 | June's installment of Women's Voices on Screen featured the film The Light in Her Eyes, and guest speakers Karam Foundation's Nada Hashem, Syrian actor Jay Abdo, and artist and activist Fadia Afashe for a community discussion on the war in Syria and the ongoing refugee crisis.
Masculine, Feminine: The Role of Men in Women
August 25 | August's installment of Women's Voices on Screen featured the films In Limbo: Kashmir's Half Widows and In Search of America, Inshallah. The screening was followed by a community discussion between Roopashree Jeevaji (actor, producer, In Search of America, Inshallah), Nicholas Guilak (Actor, In Search of America, Inshallah), and Gaya Bhola (Producer, In Search of America, Inshallah; Executive Producer, Half Widow), moderated by Women's Voices Now's Kelsey Cherland.
Striving for a Better Future, Struggling to be a Student Screening and Community Discussion
May 26 | May’s installment of Women's Voices on Screen featured the films The Path to Follow (Afghanistan), Waylowaylo (Senegal), Voices of the Forest: Myanmar (Myanmar), and Ms. Ma and Her Literacy Class (China), as well as a community discussion moderated by Venice Art’s lead Filmmaker Christian Rozier.v
Healing & Peacemaking: In Her Own Words Screening and Community Discussion
April 21 | April’s installment of Women's Voices on Screen featured the films Voices of Afghanistan (Afghanistan), Her Words: Storytelling with Saris (Bangladesh & US) with a discussion moderated by Marissa Roth.
Focus on Iran Screening and Community Discussion
March 24 | March's installment of Women's Voices on Screen featured the films It Is Written (Netherlands), Feminin Masculin (Iran), and Final Moments (UK), with a discussion moderated by Roxana Ganji & Amitis Motevalli.
Diversions, Subtleties and Devotion: Five Photographic Visions
March 4 - April 7 | Co-organized by Venice Arts and Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA), this exhibition curates the work of five photographers—Kristin Bedford, Rachel Bujalski, Allison Pharmakis, Josh S. Rose, and Lev Rukhin—each bringing a unique perspective to MOPLA’s 2016 theme: Diverse/City.
Women Without Men Screening & Community Discussion
February 25 | February's installment of Women's Voices on Screen included the films Behind the Wheel (Tajikistan) and Branded Girls (Bangladesh). Heidi Basch-Harod, Executive Director of Women's Voices Now, led a passionate community discussion.
Indias Daughter Screening & Q+A with Director Leslee Udwin
January 21 | Venice Arts & Women's Voices Now present the first screening in their 2016 series. .
Photography Met Me at a Very Strange Time: New Work by Venice Arts
December 7, 2015 - January 30 | Advanced Studies alumni Rickie Bautista, Arthur Cooke, and Zinnia Moreno showcase their latest work.
Monday: 9am–5pm Tuesday–Friday: 9am–6:30pm Saturday: 9am–5pm (closed Saturdays in July & August) Sunday: Closed