This fall, Venice Arts Gallery launches its first-ever Public Programs with a series of conversations with artists, idea makers, and educators focusing on current issues and ideas in the fields of documentary photography, photojournalism, and participant media. These programs augment Venice Arts Gallery’s presentation of “Injustice, Power, & Unusual People,” a retrospective exhibition of work by Pulitzer Prize-nominated Photographer Jim Hubbard. On view through November 30th, the show tracks Jim’s development as a young Photographer at the “Detroit News” covering the 1967 Detroit Riots, through his most current work from Southern Africa and Palestine. The Public Programs are a joint presentation of Venice Arts and USC Institute for Photographic Empowerment. All events are free and open to the public.