Sunday, October 30, 2016 | 1 pm

Celebrating the creative contributions of military veterans in observance of Veterans in the Arts and Humanities Day in Los Angeles County. A showing of compelling short films created in the Veterans Make Movies program, a series of workshops designed by LACMA in collaboration with the Los Angeles Public Library that teaches veterans how to capture their unique perspectives in film. After the screening, Norman Lear, World War II veteran and revolutionary television writer, producer, and director, discussed his latest projects, including how he involved veterans in a reimagining of the sitcom One Day at a Time for Netflix. Additional guest speakers joined in commemorating the day, followed by a complimentary wine reception for attendees.

LACMA | Bing Theater
Free and open to the public

Presented by LACMA, the United States Veterans’ Artists Alliance, and the Los Angeles Public Library. Made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and The Safeway Foundation.

Image: Alex Berliner Photography

Please read this Hollywood Reporter article about this very successful recent event. Thank you to all the participants and attendees for making it possible. CLICK HERE