It's almost summer in Los Angeles, and it's the perfect time to venture out into the city. Wondering what architecture and design events are happening around town? Bustler put together a snappy list of architecture and design events coming up this week. Our latest picks: a discussion about “The Mobility of Modernism in 1920s Latin America” at LACMA; the 2018 LA Design Festival (including a conversation between Sharon Johnston, Mark Lee, and Archinect founder Paul Petrunia!); and a panel about the emerging “Silicon Beach” in Playa Vista. Read on for our latest weekly event recommendations.
Taking a novel approach to Latin American modernism, this lecture and talk will address how a remarkably mobile generation of artists in Latin America envisioned modern art as a tool for resisting colonialism and celebrating new subjectivities.
Now in its 8th year, the LA Design Festival is the only citywide festival of its kind, featuring over 50 events throughout LA. From architecture and interiors to graphic, industrial, fashion, set, costume, and experiential design, the LA Design Festival showcases the best of the local design scene as well as some exciting national and international voices.
In this free LA Design Festival event at the new ROW DTLA, listen in on a conversation featuring Sharon Johnston, Mark Lee, and Archinect's founder Paul Petrunia!
This panel will center on the rise of Silicon Beach as a major US tech hub and how it is supplying Los Angeles with new investment, new architecture, and new jobs. Panelists will address the socio-economic implications Silicon Beach could have over the long term as more moneyed tech workers settle into Los Angeles.
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