If you’re a freak for photography or video, celebrate the power and explore the craft of visual storytelling via a free, hour-long tour of the iconic Los Angeles Times Building. This is a rare opportunity for a fascinating behind-the-scenes look into photojournalism in today’s nano-second world.
Times staff photographer Kirk McKoy will be on hand and highlights of the tour will include a demonstration of an editorial shoot, a visit to the 1935 Art Deco Globe Lobby and access to examples of Pulitzer Prize-winning photos shot around the world.
Tour will be conducted during the next Art Walk, Thursday, March 10th and will be led by 33-year Times veteran Darrell Kunitomi. Attendance is limited and reservations are first-come, first-served. RSVP at www.latimestours.eventbrite.com
The Tour includes free parking for the evening in the Los Angeles Times lot at 2nd and Spring, convenient to the Downtown Art Walk.
Photography is not only allowed, it’s encouraged. Bring your camera.
And, in the meantime, please feel free to visit Framework (www.latimes.com/framework), The Times photo and video blog.