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Julia Dean boasts a long and storied career as both a photographer and educator. Her resume includes working as the photo editor for the Associated Press and traveling to more than 40 countries as a freelance photographer for relief groups and magazines. And her vast amount of experience fed into a career in teaching photography at colleges and universities for 30 years. Most recently, her photographic fascinations led to her shoot street photography around the world—particularly in LA—a passion which inspired her to create the Los Angeles Center of Photography.
Inside the 501(c)3 non-profit organization, she and more than 80 experienced and dedicated instructors support photographic arts at the helm of dozens of photography classes. Aside from high-caliber classes, they also provide local and travel workshops, exhibitions, screenings, and lectures. LACP also gives back to their local community by heading outreach efforts to put grants, scholarships, and focused programming in the hands of youth and low-income families.
Led by Allen Levin, an experienced actor, producer, and writer, Lifebook Acting Class’s celebrity-extolled workshops impart budding performers with the art of dramatization. Stratified into three levels ranging from orientation to advanced, classes for aspiring professionals mix improv and character building with career coaching to prevent missteps such as starring in a western with talking tumbleweeds. Acting hobbyists develop comedic and dramatic talents in Acting for Non-Actors and First Timers, a self-confidence strengthening romp through the basics of theatrics. For those with proven celebrity or one major credit to their name, the Master Class sharpens already deadly dialogue skills into a force to be reckoned with in time for a prized audition, starring role, or first meeting with future in-laws.
Clean straight lines, lofty windows, a fusion of interior and exterior space: in the 1920s and '30s, architect R.M. Schindler pioneered the style that came to be known as California Modern. Today, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture honors his groundbreaking legacy by supporting architects and artists with an unconventional approach to their discipline. Headquartered in Schindler's 1922 home and studio, whose broad patios and shared kitchen were intended to foster communal living, the Center brings arts aficionados together for exhibitions and events. It also hosts artists' residencies in Schindler's 1939 Mackey Apartments and throws small, intimate parties in his 1936 Fitzpatrick-Leland House in Laurel Canyon.