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  • ... Christopher James Alexander, the Getty's recent exhibition Overdrive : L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940-1990 set out to be the first ... who lived in the housing project. Perhaps the most engaging aspect of the exhibit is how it inspires one to make a venture ...
  • ... Street building to look into the past and future of L.A. Chicano art. They stared at an art-archeological artifact, the ... with her family in the 1940s and realizing that the only public modern art museum was the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park. ...
  • Play the LA River features 51 weeks of play along Los Angeles' 51-mile long river, offering a diverse range of public programs for over a year. ...
  • ... It also shapes our world in tangible ways by creating spaces where we live, work, and play in relative safety and comfort. ... us into interesting projects, unlocking architecture for a generation that values design but wants to learn more. He asks obvious ...
  • ... by Los Angeles murals in the last 30 years and you will find a structure of civic policy that combatively drove the city's visual ... Angeles before World War II influenced the way the city engages with art in public space ? The art movements of ...
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  • SaySay, a Tagalog expression that means both "to have intrinsic value and to declare," ... and take on presenting itself outward to the general public as a sequential goal. A second effective reason is that the ... to set up the multimedia production effort at various spaces across the region where Filipinos communicate and gather. This ...
  • ... and reflects on people's relationship to the land as a colonized space . [scald=76119:kl_image_original_context ... of local, indigenous, and personal history, photography, public practice, ethno-botany, and her own poetry, Chumacero told fragments ... in Los Angeles" addressed the stakes for work that engages in the space of art and politics. Chats About ...
  • ... from the Los Angeles River School to re-imagine the L.A. River and the surrounding communities as part of the Northeast Los Angelels Riverfront Collaborative . The students ...
  • Satellite Space offers a platform for artists to engage with a more theatrical environment that is the exact opposite of the typical white cube gallery space . ... Drops " project, which installs USB drives into walls in public areas, allowing anyone to upload or download content. "Dead Drops" is ...

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