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Kelley Lindquist, president, Artspace
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Launching an ongoing series of explorations of the role of creativity in everyday life, CalArts President Steven D. Lavine hosts a panel discussion with Kelley Lindquist, president of Artspace in Minneapolis; Eui-sung Yi, a principal at Morphosis Architects; and Olga Garay-English, director of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

From the REDCAT website:

Together, they explore issues of gentrification, reclamation and the artists' influence and impact on today's urban fabric. In addition, the panel examines the ideas and opportunities driving the Broadway Arts Center, a proposed mixed-use development containing a black-box theater, an art gallery, creative commercial space and affordable housing for artists in downtown Los Angeles.
Note: The architect Thom Mayne, who was orginally schedule to participate in the program, will not appear.