Institute for Arts and Media

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Exhibitions

Afro-American Life in Los Angeles: A Heritage of Action, Special Collections Department Urban Archives Center, CSUN, December 1992 and February 1993 at Fine Arts Gallery

Camera and Community: A Celebration by Guy R. Crowder, the University Art Galleries, California State University, Northridge, 1993

El Motin De Los Angeles, Videoexpsala de la Semana Negra. Gijon, Spain, 1995

Harry Adams: Camera and Community, California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 1997

The Legends of Jazz, Photographer Bob Douglas, Watts Labor Community Action Center, Los Angeles, 1998

Berlin Mein Stadt, L.A. My City, Academy of Art Berlin Germany, 1999

Howard Morehead, A Life in Photography, BlackStreet Gallery and Artist’s Repository, West Los Angeles, 2000

An American Hero: César Chávez, Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture, Los Angeles, 2000

Boris Yaro, Assignment L.A., CSUN Art Galleries & Department of Journalism, 2001

The Power of One, Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, 2003

Camera and Community: Selections from the Institute for Arts & Media, the University Galleries, California State University, Northridge, 2008 and 2011 at the California Afro-American Museum in Los Angeles

La Lucha en los Campos (Struggle in the Fields), John Spoor Broome Library Gallery, California State University, 2010

Identity and Affirmation: African American Post War Photography, the University Galleries, California State University, Northridge, 2011 and 2012 at the John Spoor Broome Library Gallery, California State University, Channel Islands

Images from Identity and Affirmation: African American Post War Photography, Sixth Annual Leimert Park Book Fair, Pullman Center, June 30, 2012

The New Americans, Images by Julián Cardona, Manzanita Hall, CSUN, Spring 2012

And They Walked, Curated by Carlos Guerrero, Art Gallery, Skyline College, April 2013

Exodus, Museum of Social Justice, Los Angeles, October 2014

Exodus, Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties, Riverside Community College District, Riverside, October 2015

African American Civil Rights Movement L.A, Museum of Social Justice, Los Angeles, September 2015 – September 2016 

Hallowed Grounds: Black Art, Social Justice and Fashion Exhibit, Oviatt Library, CSUN, February - April 2016

A King Visits Los Angeles, Digital Exhibition, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, Curated by Dr. Karin Stanford, February 2016, http://scalar.usc.edu/works/a-king-visits-la/ 

Exposed: Black History L.A and Loren Miller, Digital Exhibition, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, February 2016, http://scalar.usc.edu/works/exposed-black-history-la/

 

Images from the collection included and exhibited in:

The Blackstreet Gallery

“Life in a Day of  Black LA: The Way We See It,” California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 1993

The gallery of the Black Photographers of California, 1998

César Chávez: An American Hero, The Latino Museum of History Art and Culture, 2000

Millennium Exhibition, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2000

“Century of Art in Los Angeles,” The Huntington Museum, San Marino, CA, 2007

“Cross Roads,” California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 2007

“MLK in California,” California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 2008

This Side of Paradise: Body and Landscape in L.A. Photographs, The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, June – Sept. 2008

“Standing with the King,” California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 2011

“King in California II,” California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 2012

“Remember Them,” Victoria Gallery & Museum in Liverpool, UK, 2013

“Loren Miller,” Northridge Academy High School in Northridge, 2016

"Traversing Los Angeles," El Tranquilo Gallery & Visitor Center, Los Angeles, 2016

"Goodwill:Its History and Founding in Southern California," Museum of Social Justice & Goodwill Headquarters on San Fernando Road., Los Angeles, 2016-2018

"Con Safos Magazine – Reflections of Life in the Barrio," John Spoor Broome Library Gallery, California State University, 2016

 

Images from the collection included in the following publications:

The Visual History of Black Los Angeles by Dr. Karin Stanford

Bridging the Divide, Tom Bradley and the politics of race, PBS documentary

Documentary on Dr. King by CNN

Images have been integrated into the enrichment program at a local program for exceptional children

Digital images provided to several junior high teachers to incorporate into their history programs.