Streetscape.Diversity.Impact : A Designing in Color Discussion About Cultural Asylums in LA
“…Los Angeles, as cities go, is an especially tough nut to crack.”– Christopher Hawthorne, LA Times
Hosted by Designing in Color, the kickoff small talks:LA will focus on the cultural, economical, and environmental diversity of Los Angeles and unpacking the asylums that discourage interaction amongst our communities. Through various forms of engaging media, the goal of this forum/mixer is to rally up and stir conversation that can make change. Come join a diverse group of architects, artists, engineers, urban planners, and more, in an evening of conversation about our city. We want people to think, pair, share, and organize to make better spaces for all people. Don’t miss the first small talks:LA installment!
small talks:LA originated as a response to the current demand for political/social organization among motivated individuals who care for the diversity and future of our cities. In contrast to a conventional lecture series, small talks:LA promotes the collective over the individual and allows for equal participation/engagement among all participants.
Refreshments will be available
Limited Capacity - RSVP on Eventbrite – Parking is Limited