This week: See a new public artwork waving in the sea breeze by Patrick Shearn, say Yes to ADUs, find out how Luis Barragán’s ashes became a diamond ring, follow artists as they make “place” in four unincorporated LA County neighborhoods, and check out the work of 200 zine-makers in Pasadena.
This week: discuss decarbonizing transportation in LA; celebrate fictional events from an invented parallel world; celebrate Venice artists while supporting a good cause; explore LA’s rail, storm, and pedestrian infrastructure; and see cultural artifacts from Soviet hippies and Cold War Hungary.
At SCI-Arc’s annual gala MAIN EVENT, DnA host Frances Anderton will be celebrated for her work expanding the public dialogue surrounding architecture, design, and urbanism through her unique blend of journalistic experience in politics and current affairs as well as design. She explains why an architecture education is worth investing in.
See art and design by Angeleno talents at the Schindler House and Barnsdall Art Park; go to a SCI-Arc gala (honoring Frances Anderton, supporting students); see rare 19th century drawings of planets at the Huntington Library; dream up architecture in the virtual world at UCLA; and shop for vintage pieces at Modernica’s Downtown Modernism sale.