Milton Green Street – Grand Opening
City of Los Angeles Councilmember Mike Bonin, Baldwin Hills Conservancy, Baldwin Hills Regional Conservation Authority, and L.A. Mountains Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority. Invite you to the Grand Opening of Milton Green Street. As the 3rd green street in Los Angeles, California this project will improve water quality in Ballona Creek and Santa Monica Bay while beautifying the neighborhood. This event will include a Mini Eco-Fair and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Light refreshments will be provided. Street parking near the event will be availabl
When: February 1, 2018, 12 PM – 2:30pm
Where: 12500 Milton St, Los Angeles, CA 90066-6760

Visualizing Language: Oaxaca in L.A.
Visualizing Language celebrates the rich social fabric of Los Angeles through the lens of the city’s vibrant Oaxacan community — specifically, the Zapotec communities which make up one of the largest Indigenous groups in Mexico and Los Angeles. Oaxacan artist collective Tlacolulokos has created a series of new murals for the Central Library’s historic rotunda that explore language and culture as a key lifeline sustaining the shared experience between Mexico, Los Angeles, and beyond, with a look at how migration and the socio-political environment shape identity and cultural traditions.
When: Thru August 31, 2018
Where: Central Library, Second Floor Rotunda

Rock the Blvd: Renew Eagle Rock Boulevard
Help Envision the Future of Eagle Rock Boulevard. Come and give your thoughts on the public spaces on Eagle Rock Boulevard. The City of Los Angeles invites you to join Councilmember José Huizar in partnership with The Eagle Rock Association and the Bureau of Street Services, for the launch of Rock the Boulevard.
When: January 30th 7:00pm—8:30pm
Where: Center for the Arts, 2225 Colorado Blvd, Eagle Rock

LA River and Beyond: The Future of Open Space in LA
With significant projects for the LA River, Pershing Square, Hollywood Central Cap Park, among others, LA is undergoing an unprecedented renewal of the City’s Open Spaces. Revitalization of the LA River alone will directly bene t the 390,000 housing units and 35,000 businesses within the 32-mile LA River Corridor — indirectly bene tting all of LA by demonstrating the value of open space to our communities while spurring major development in their midst. Join us to hear how LA is building towards that new tomorrow!
When: February 8, 2018, 5:00pm
Where: The California Club – 538 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90071

Wu Nin’s Ten Views of a Lingbi Stone
The exhibition focuses on the most extraordinary painting of a stone ever created in China: Wu Bin’s Ten Views of a Lingbi Stone (1610), a Ming dynasty handscroll comprising 10 separate views of a single stone from the famous site of Lingbi, Anhui Province. Also including superb examples of Lingbi and Taihu stones and contemporary Chinese ink paintings depicting stones, this exhibition explores the history of collecting strange stones in China and the relationship between stones, Daoist cosmology, and classical Chinese poetry.
When: Thru June 24, 2018
Where: LACMA, Resnick Pavilion

Jose Davila: Sense of Place
Fully assembled, Sense of Place consists of an eight-foot square cube sculpture comprised of 40 unique concrete forms. Initially installed in West Hollywood Park in September 2017, the modular pieces of Sense of Place transition into temporary locations for a period of two to six months through May 2018. LAND and Dàvila will situate five of these forms at Union Station for two months beginning on January 10, 2018 promoting interaction with the public, who will ultimately decide on the final function of the artwork.
When: Thru March 10, 2018
Where: Entrance to Union Station’s South Patio


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