This week, you can: help solve climate change; celebrate David Hockney’s birthday; learn about the history of KCRW; cruise the boulevard of lowrider culture; and fill your soul with jazz and art.
This week: take a film journey following the career of famed Finnish-American modern architect Eero Saarinen; hear about innovative hands-on design today; gasp in the wonder of Tyrus Wong’s kites; take a ride ‘back to the future’ of Googie design; and imagine yourself living in an historic Hollywood mansion designed for today’s contemporary lifestyle.
This week: Participate in a discussion about the role of art in the age of a 24 hour news cycle; learn how the young mayors of Compton and Long Beach are shaping their cities; See artworks by young talents at two Bergamot Station gallery shows in Santa Monica; Explore the art of the Metro Red Line and five remodels on LA’s Eastside; and catch the end of an exhibit featuring rock star-clothing designer Rick Owens’ foray into furniture.
More and more people want to live in “tiny houses” — to escape the “debtors prison” of a 30-year mortgage, to live with less stuff or to join communities of fellow tiny house dwellers. Now this house is about to be raffled off at CAFAM. Would you live in it and would you be allowed to?
This week: explore downtown LA as an actor in a live-art experience, hear from cutting-edge LA architects Tom Wiscombe and Lorcan O’Herlihy, and Mexico’s Tatiana Bilbao, hear artists reach across the political/cultural divide at the Art-Past-Present discussion series, and experience dance as cultural dialogue in Santa Monica.