Happy October! Wondering where design-inclined folks are gathering around Greater Los Angeles? This week, revisit the old Bauhaus question: “How do we want to live?”, hear from some of the design industry's leading ladies, learn about Downtown L.A.'s 2040 rezoning plan through a game of mini-golf, and watch (or rewatch) the Stanley Kubrick-directed “The Shining” with special guest Jan Harlan. Read on for Bustler's latest architecture event picks for L.A., and check back regularly for more event recommendations.
Looking back on 100 years of Bauhaus, listen in on Berlin Lab Downtown LA's discussion panel that revisits the old Bauhaus question: “How Do We Want to Live”? Panelists include Thomas Willemeit (founding partner at Graft Architects); Van Bo Le Mentzel (architect and activist, curator of “Tiny Bauhaus Campus”); and blogger and writer Theresia Enzensberger.
The AIA|LA's POWERFUL conference celebrates the rise of women in the design field. Taking place at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion this year, the panel features Gabriela Carrillo (Taller de Arquitectura Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo); Dana Cuff (founding director of cityLAB); Marsha Maytum (Founding Principal, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects); and Amy Elaine Wakeland (political strategist, public policy expert, and advocate for children and families).
Whether you've seen this movie multiple times or not, don't miss this particular screening of “The Shining” with special guest Jan Harlan, who was Stanley Kubrick’s producer from 1975-1999.
Play the most educational round of mini-golf in “The Back 9”, which features a golf course particularly about the Downtown Los Angeles 2040 rezoning plan that will have dramatic effects on Skid Row.
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