1) Love in enough time of Corona — an in-gallery exhibition and virtual reception. What’s life in LA without memorial openings? So bG at Bergamot Station invites one to go surfing at 5pm Saturday for your virtual opening of the group exhibition “Love in enough time of Corona / a Social Distancing Art Exhibition”. Dress social distancing casual, mingle with other at-home guests and gallery staff and start to see the art through bG’s streaming platforms at Zoom or on the Instagram live stream @bggallery. Also head to Dotred through the opening reception to check out pre-recorded interviews along with the artists, who include Dan Busta, Ryan Schude, Ellen Schinderman, Ted Gall, Peg Grady and Serge Hamad. Some of the arises from this exhibit will head to benefit Meals On Wheels West. When: Virtual Reception, bG Gallery, Bergamot Station: Saturday, March 28th from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM. Tickets: Free. Just click here to find out more.
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Want to look at some fabulous new architecture from couch? Watch Westworld Season 3. Fans on the show could be bewildered because of the dramatic switch from your Western theme park (filmed in Santa Clarita) and viewers that are rejoining the show following a hiatus will dsicover the story a little clunky, but lovers of cool buildings are certain to get a significant ride. The action zips between hypermodern structures (played by: Santiago Calatrava’s City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain and multiple landmarks in Singapore like the the Helix Bridge, made to evoke a DnA strand) that together soon add up to a futuristic LA. The show also still comes with an amazing title sequence, created by Patrick Clair. Where: Watch with subscription on Hulu, HBO and YouTube TV. 3) Technology Conversation: “Technology may be the Answer–But THAT WHICH WAS the Question? Within the last 2 decades, the emergence of computation and digital fabrication has caused many design schools to spotlight generating and and fabricating complex forms and material constructs.
In parallel, the planet is experiencing unprecedented disruption because of Covid-19, together with geopolitical shifts, environmental crises, and housing shortages. How do design research leverage technology to respond and build relationships wider health, social and environmental issues to affect positive change on the planet once we know it? Learn, when USC School of Architecture hosts and online webinar combining co-moderators Alvin Huang and Kyle Konis, with panelists Larry Sass, from MIT; Texas Tech’s Ersela Kripa; and Dana Cupkova from Carnegie Mellon. That is one of the events which have been converted into Webinars. Also this Wednesday, March 25, you will see a Generation Next presentation of alumni work (including past DnA guest Dan Brunn). Where: Online. It is possible to sign up for the Webinar here. As shelter set up drives us to boredom or creativity (cooking? DIY? making?), Craft in the us involves the rescue using its Peabody Award-winning video content featuring a huge selection of stories of makers and artists.
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Tap into Craft in America’s vast library of 13 many years of video content and educational tools free of charge, and meet up with the leading, innovative artists living and working over the entire country today. Learning much more concerning the video library here. With Covid-19 front and center, we’re able to excuse ourselves if for an instant we weren’t taking into consideration the 2020 election. But as candidate rallies fall away, advertising and social media marketing have become a straight a bigger little bit of the messaging. On Feb 13, 2020 the Hammer Museum hosted a panel discussion on what spending has changed in political elections within the last 2 decades, how social media marketing and Citizens United affect the equation and whether all of the money is effective or destructive for the democratic process. You will catch the conversation, featuring Dr. Fernando Guerra, Director of the guts for the analysis of LA at Loyola Marymont University and John Thomas, a high political strategist and host of this political podcast, The Thomas Guide in the discussion moderated by Jessica Levinson, a Professor of Law at Loyola Law School and regular commentator on KCRW’s Press Play.
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