Los Angeles’s Annenberg Space for Photography, part of the Annenberg Foundation, is a cultural destination for lectures and exhibitions on digital and print photography. The space provides an environment for enthusiasts to exchange ideas, learn and explore with specially designed areas for workshops and reading rooms, as well as live performances. Interactive design agency Hello created a website for the photography space that extends all these physical attributes and features into the digital realm, making it available for visitors around the globe. Core features of the site include an extensive gallery of more than 10,000 photographs with 700 photographer and lecturer profile pages and 240 video pages that enable users to access more than 2,500 videos and clips. The physical cultural center also features Skylight Studios, a multimedia studio and lecture hall with state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment and high-definition broadcast capabilities. Taking advantage of this equipment, the site offers high-quality live streams of lectures and live events for visitors, so that international guests can attend programs in real time. Through this new digital platform, The Annenberg Space for Photography has the potential to reach an international audience.
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