We could've sworn on Frank Lloyd Wright's ghost that October barely started, and yet Halloween is already upon us. Planning ahead for another busy week in Los Angeles? This week, the A+D Museum will have a two-day symposium about the ever-perplexing contemporary airport, and the L.A. Forum for Architecture and Urban Design will celebrate their 30th anniversary. Over in Chinatown, Mandarin Plaza will be temporarily taken over by local artists in “DOPIUM.LA”.
Join the A+D Museum for this two-day interdisciplinary symposium examining the architecture, technologies and cultures of the contemporary airport. Panelists include Hernan Diaz Alonso, Benjamin Ball, Mario Diaz, Curt Fentress, Christopher Hawthorne, Cynthia Nikitin, Blake Scholl (keynote speaker), and Bruce Upbin. Admission is free.
In light of their 30th anniversary, the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design will be hosting their 2017 biennial celebration and fundraiser at the Modernica Factory.
Developed with some of the minds behind One Night Stand LA, DOPIUM.LA is a one-night exhibition that “aims to preserve the original beauty of Chinatown, while showing its inspirational influence on an emerging community in Los Angeles”. Local artists will take over the historic Mandarin Plaza to “create an experience that explores the intersection of creativity and collaboration.”
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