landscapeasnecessity

Landscape Architecture as Necessity Conference
“As climate change rapidly takes its place at the forefront of contemporary global challenges, landscape architecture is becoming an ever more urgent necessity. Landscape architecture is uniquely able to synthesize ecological systems, scientific data, engineering methods, social practices, and cultural values, integrating them into the design of the built environment. At the same time, its creative capacities, and its visual and spatial vocabularies contribute to shaping questions and formulating novel approaches in more exclusively scientific or data-driven fields. This three-day conference intends to promote intensive debate by bringing together complementary and contrasting positions that have recently arisen around the politically charged issue of global climate change. ”
When: September 22-24, 2016
Where: University of Southern California, School of Architecture, Los Angeles


California Incline Grand Opening

“The historic California Incline is set to reopen on Thursday, September 1 after 17 months of reconstruction. The project would not have been possible without funding from the Federal Highway Trust Fund administered through the Federal Highway Administrations’ Highway Bridge Program and Caltrans’ Division of Local Assistance. The now seismically upgraded and stronger bridge boasts a 16-foot-wide separated shared pedestrian/bicycle path, a reflection of Santa Monica’s commitment to multi-modal living.”
When: Thursday, September 1, 2016, 10am-2pm
Where: Ocean Avenue at California Avenue, Santa Monica


The Taste

“Five events will showcase the chefs and restaurants at the heart of L.A.’s food and dining culture and include unlimited tastings from the city’s best restaurants, specialty drinks, wine seminars and live demos. Featuring a focused collection of tastings, distinctive cocktail and wine offerings, Opening Night is a unique chance to mingle with all The Times’ hosts and many of the weekend’s participating chefs and bartenders. Hosted by Noelle Carter, Jonathan Gold, Jenn Harris and Amy Scattergood.”
When: September 2-4, 2016
Where: Paramount Pictures Studios, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles


Take a Trip on the Red Car: A Lecture & Slideshow by Red Car Maven Historian Alan Fishel

“Take two virtual rides on the electric trolley cars from Los Angeles to the Beach with Alan Fishel. The first railway servide into Venice was in the 1880s with a connection in Inglewood through Venice on its way to Santa Monica. In the 1890s more lines were built to service Santa Monice, Ocean Park & Venice.  The once-daily & ever-popular service along the beach ended in 1950.  Learn what happened in between.”
When: 7:00 p.m. August 31, 2016
Where: Oakwood Recreation Center, 767 California Ave, Venice, CA 90291, 310-452-7479

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