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9th Annual CANstruction Orange County Design/Build Competition
“CANstruction Orange County combines the fun of a design/build competition with an ingenious way to help feed hungry people. Local prominent architectural, engineering, planning, and design firms, and students mentored by these professionals, create phenomenal structures built entirely out of canned food. The structures go on view to the public at South Coast Plaza and ARTIC throughout the month of September in conjunction with the Festival of Children”
When: September 22, 2016, 6:00 – 8:30pm
Where: 16 Structures Will Be on View September 3-25 across Orange County; locations information here. Awards show at PIRCH – South Coast Collection, 3303 Hyland Ave, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

2016 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: Not in My Backyard
“Canberra is one of the very few, fully planned cities in the world. The 2016 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: Not In My Backyard will be hosted in Canberra from 27-30 October and aims to connect the public with landscape architects. With over thirty events developed by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and Festival Creative Director, Richard Weller (USA), the four-day program will include a Conference, National Landscape Architecture Awards, Festival Party and a host of public and industry tours, exhibitions, city activations, screenings and talks.”
When: October 27-30, 2016
Where: TBD, Canberra, Australia

Silver Lake Reservoir Complex Community Meeting
From the office of City of Los Angeles Councilmember David Ryu (District 4): “Please join my office and Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell of the 13th Council District in conjunction with LADWP for a community meeting regarding the Silver Lake Reservoir Complex. LADWP will provide a reservoir construction update, discuss restoring water to the reservoir and improvement options with the community. For more info on the project, click here.”
When: Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 6:30-8:30pm
Where: John Marshall High School Auditorium, 3939 Tracey Street, Los Angeles

Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life
“The Broad’s first special exhibition is a comprehensive survey of the work of artist Cindy Sherman. Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life is the first major museum show of Sherman’s work in Los Angeles in nearly 20 years, and the exhibition fills The Broad’s first-floor galleries with 120 works drawn primarily from the Broad collection with key loans from other institutions … Most well-known for photographs that feature the artist as her own model playing out media-influenced female stereotypes in a range of personas, environments, and guises, Sherman shoots alone in her studio, serving as director, photographer, make-up artist, hairstylist, and subject. Her decades-long performative practice has produced many of contemporary art’s most iconic and influential images.”
When: Through Sunday, October 2, 2016
Where: The Broad, 221 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles

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

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