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Leonardo Bravo

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Leonardo Bravo is an artist, educator, and curator. As Director of School Programs at the Music Center he oversees the implementation of Visual and Performing Arts Education programs for schools and districts across Los Angeles County. He is also the founder and organizer of Big City Forum, an interdisciplinary project designed to bring together creative practitioners over issues related the social dimension of art and creativity. When he is not utterly exhausted from all this activity he manages to put paint to paper and exhibits his humble works is galleries and art fairs. Leonardo Bravo received his MFA from the University of Southern California and his BFA from Otis College of Art & Design.

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Big City Forum: Peter Zellner, Analia Saban, Adriana Cuellar and Marcel Sanchez-Prieto

In conjunction with the exhibition "Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie," Big City Forum presents an event that examines how we respond to public space.
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Big City Forum: Spaces In-Between at WUHO

Spaces In-Between is a community led project intended to advance broader participation in public discourse.
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Big City Forum: November Almanac, A Book in Space

November Almanac is an installation at the WUHO Gallery that examines our greater understanding of where and how we are fed by L.A., the city where our food so mysteriously grows.
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Big City Forum: The Hub at WUHO

BCF: The Hub presents three separate collaborative presentations focusing on ideas and social narratives around the concept of space and envisioning our relationship to change both at an intimate, personal level and at the urban scale.
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